Based on the released documents, during the past three years, roughly $ 3 billion supplied to channels which aim at triggering hatred among Muslims. The majority of these helps and financial support have been done by intelligent services and organizations in some Arabic and western countries. In this regard former Parliament minister of Bahrain had an exclusive interview with Taghrib News Agency (TNA) over the issue and delineated the hows of forwarding this malignant aims by these countries.
“Recently some research conducted over the nature of some Islamic channels which are anti-Islamic ones in disguise,” said the political face stating that the research shows more than 70 channels which project themselves as religious ones broadcast programs which all aim at the standing unity and rapprochement among Muslims and furthering dispersion among them.
“Given that, roughly 23 TV channels broadcast anti-Shia and Sunni programs around the clock and 50 or so others indirectly ignite dispersion among Islamic denominations and sects,” said Jalal Firouz.
former Parliament minister of Bahrain went on to add, “Based on the released documents, during the past three years, roughly $ 3 billion supplied to channels which aim at triggering hatred among Muslims.”
It is worthwhile noting that to many political analyst and clerics the issue of unity is a generic term consisted of many parts, and the enemies try to aim at each dimension with different perspectives.
According to them, the proliferation of Anti-Islamic advertising and their recent batch of reports are patent lie against Muslims. These channels belie their tension and bent on defacing or demonizing Muslims and tarnishing the name of Islam, trying to project a noisome picture of Muslims.
To forward this aim, extremist moves received blanket coverage on television. Given that, in analysts’ and clerics’ lines, Muslims should try their utmost so as to unveil their malediction against Muslims.
It is incumbent upon Muslims to cleave to religious principles and not letting enemies tempering their enthusiasm to move forward and uphold unity.