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Publish Date: 15:22 - 10 September 2013
Tehran, YJC. Professor has said that the Islamic world resembles barbarity in its lack of unity, 
 Speaking in reaction to the vibe of attack on Syria , Emad Afroogh said " Disagreements in the Islamic world resemble what is expected of barbarity, a world with no sign of civilization, while centuries have passed in the Islamic civilization. But they fasten bombs to themselves and commit acts of terror against their religious brothers . "
speaking with a local news agency, the former Lawmaker Emad Afroogh said" A large number of NAM countries are Islamic states , why do they allow such threats against Syria? why do things have to get this far? If they had warned Assad from the beginning things would not have turned so.

Afroogh stressed that Assad must have respected civil rights more, adding " But that makes no warren for attacking Syria or thinking that the salafi stand for human rights. "

He added "If the Islamic world had been more united there would have been a more unified stance . "

 Pointing to Hashemi's recent statements, he said " Except for one case where an official took a contrary stance and then denied it for certain considerations, the national media even asked security officials to pursue those who spread the news, but I say such things were said because I closely witnessed the story ."
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