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News ID: 3251
Publish Date: 11:17 - 20 January 2014
Tehran, YJC. Araki says Islamic countries have to avoid sectarian conflict most of all.

"Zionism managed to show off its power to the region and today it holds sway over some Islamic countries," exclaimed ayatollah Mohsen Araki, Secretary General of the Islamic Proximity Forum.

He added "But the Islamic revolution disturbed all of the colonialists order and a new wave of Islamic awakening was formed within the region. The Islamic resistance beat the power of Israel for the first time."

"All the upsurges in the region could have resulted in the formation of the unified Islamic nation," he stated, adding "but disagreement and sedition struck out among Islamic countries. There came the scheme to set disagreement between the Sunni an Shiite."

"As a psychological tool, sectarian conflict can set people against each other. Sectarian clash is the biggest threat against Islamic countries. That is why we must be careful so that the media and satellites do not sometimes sow the seed of discord among muslims in the name of defense for the Shiite or the Sunni."

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