Iranian leader warns against enemy plots to provoke sectarian conflict among Muslims

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Tehran, Iran, Jun. 28

By Milad Fashtami - Trend:

The leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned against enemy plots to undermine a wave of Islamic Awakening.

"The enemies plan to provoke sectarian conflict among Muslims," he said, Iran's Mehr News Agency reported on June 28.

He said that the enemy is investing on waging domestic wars in the region.

"The enemies have clung to the hope that a Shia-Sunni war could subvert Islamic Awakening, for which reason they've been fueling civil conflicts in the region," he explained.

"That remnants of the former regime of Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and a bunch of ignorant people are perpetrating the crimes in the country," Ayatollah Khamenei noted.

He went on to note that the current crisis in Iraq is not a Shia-Sunni conflict, rather a war waged by terrorists and pro-West groups against opponents of terrorism and advocates of Iraqi independence.

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