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News ID: 1446
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Publish Date: 9:06 - 23 June 2013
Tehran, YJC. The Ayatollah has demanded Yusuf al-Qaradawi to stop stirring conflict in Syria.

Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools Ayatollah Mohsen Araki in a conference in Tunis asked the Islamic Scholar Yusuf al-Qaradawi to keep from stirring war in Syria, Mehr reports.

Speaking at the conference on Unity of the Muslim Nation, Araki said "Enemies of Islam have planned a devilish scheme to disintegrate the Islamic nation. They stir ethnic clashes in order to divert attentions from the real enemy, which is the Zionist regime.”

Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools stressed the need for the Islamic nation to be vigilant before such schemes and blasted the disintegrating procedures adopted by some outwardly religious figures of the Islamic world.

He said "Would it not be better if Yusuf al-Qaradawi and his like instead of contributing to war and bloodshed in Syria bid people’s attention to the real enemy, the Zionist regime?”

Peyman Jebeli, Iran’s Ambassador to Tunisia also stressed the importance of Islamic unity in his speech and stated "Today the Muslim expect to hear from their scholars what would strengthen their lines against the real enemy, that is, the Zionist regime, not words that would contribute to sedition and disagreement.”

In the sidelines of the conference Ayatollah Araki met with Moncef Marzouki President of Tunisia.

In this meeting Moncef Marzouki stressed his opposition to any sort of foreign interference with Syria’s internal affairs and the need to peacefully resolve the Syrian crisis.

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