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Iran to reveal evidence on heads of Takfiri terrorism ME

Iran to reveal evidence on heads of Takfiri terrorism ME

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says there are solid evidences showing policies by sponsors of Takfiri terrorism in the Middle East, which he is going to present to the international bodies.
“Iran will present accurate documents to international bodies on the dangerous role of the supporters of Takfiris in crimes [carried out] in Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria and other countries,” Zarif said in a Sunday message on his Facebook page.
“Leaders of the extremist Takfiri groups have created heinous scenes of killing and massacre through public deception,” the Iranian minister added.
He emphasized that such criminal acts run counter to the spirit of Islam and spawn no reaction but resentment and disgust.
The top Iranian diplomat pointed to his recent five-nation visits to Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Syria and Russia and said he has expressed Tehran’s readiness for dialog and cooperation with all countries in the region and across the world to uproot terrorism and extremism.
Zarif noted that all officials and people of these countries are also determined to fight the dangerous mindset of extremism and its supporters.
He further expressed hope that the “small group” which is shortsightedly and misguidedly supporting extremism and factionalism in the region would renounce its ways and take up the path of dialog and understanding and strengthen the bonds of unity among Muslims.
Syria has been witnessing one of the worst violent conflicts the Middle East has suffered in recent history, with hundreds of Takfiri and exremist groups fighting against Syrian people and government to form their own state.
Syria has been witnessing one of the worst violent conflicts the Middle East has suffered in recent history, with hundreds of Takfiri and extremist groups fighting against Syrian people and government to form their own state.
The deadly war has been featured with heinous atrocities that caused human rights group warning of new levels of violence committed against people in the Arab country.
Iraq has also recently fallen victim to another Takfiri insurgency, after a group of militants linked to al-Qaeda attacked Fallujah in al-Anbar province and occupied the whole town.
The was in Syria has left more than 130,000 people dead while more lives are being lost in Takfiri-related violence across Iraq and Lebanon.

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