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Enemies unearth differences, seeking Muslims’ disunity

n00129613-bHead of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought underscored that sharing takes and thoughts provides a solid foundation for increasing unity among Muslims.

Speaking in a meeting with a Kazakh delegation, Head of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought Ayatollah Mohsen Araki expatiated on the incandescent effect of upholding unity, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).

The religious savant spotlighted that what makes western countries superior is not laid in their powers but, in effect, it stays in their unity and collaboration.

“Muslims blessed with high potentials and capabilities but their knacks and bent are not unified,” said Ayatollah Araki

The senior cleric added, “The enemies target this foible and through unearthing the minute differences seek a wide gulf in the Islamic world and unfortunately they succeeded in doing so, in some societies.”

In his impassioned speech, the religious scholar expressed his hope for having a united Ummah in which Muslims working in tandem.

Ayatollah Mohsen Araki contended all the religious leaders should take the cognizance of this very fact that the routes for fulfilling objectives pass from unity.

In another line, Ayatollah Araki beckoned to the present condition of Muslims and non-Muslims in the Islamic Republic of Iran, stressing that Iranian people from different religions get along well with each other, teaming up in various realms and fields.

Head of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought wrapped his speech up by cherishing the nation of Kazakhstan for their genteel demeanor and their role for conserving unity.

The well-versed scholar appreciated Kazakh officials for their attendance in different unity-related confabs, seminar and meetings.

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