( Irna ) - IRI President pointing to violating sanctity of Imam Hassan Asgari's holy shrine in Samarra, Iraq, said here Wednesday, "Wild attack against that noble shrine was not attacking the minarets of a building, but an assault against center of justice and justice seeking."
Speaking before the beginning of the provincial cabinet session of his government during his 30th and last provincial visit, President Ahmadinejad emphasized that the noble predecessor of Imam Hassan Asgari would one day fill the world with justice, adding, "Such a harsh conduct is aimed at the justice seekers, and justice seeking." The president described the attackers of Imam Hassan Asgari as wolves clad as humans", arguing, "Such people have not the slightest resemblance to human beings and those who insult the religious sanctities cannot be called humans."
Emphasizing that the justice seeking savior of the end of the time would finally uproot the oppressors, Ahmadinejad reiterated, "The first message of these monsters is that they are opposed to justice and are the enemies of justice seeking."
The president considered sowing the seeds of discord among the Muslims as another objective of the barbarous move and shameful insult against Islamic sanctities, adding, "Those who have committed this nasty crime have absolutely no belief, merely seeking to foment crises and sow seeds of discord among Muslims."
Ahmadinejad meanwhile reiterated, "The Muslims are alert enough and able to figure out the enemies' complicated plots, so those that insult our sanctities would never achieve their goal, that is nothing, but creating disputes and enmity among Muslims."
The President considered the occupiers of Iraq "fully reasonable" for that country's security, adding, "That is what the international convention on occupied countries stresses."
Ahmadinejad said, "The occupiers of Iraq should not permit assaults against the cultural heritage, the symbols of spirituality, and the replicas of worshipping God in Iraq in such a way." The President added, "If the occupiers of Iraq are after exiting from the situation they have created there, and to rid themselves alive of the whirlpool they have made for themselves in that country, they should seek to gain the satisfaction of the nations, and to respect the nations' wills."
Ahmadinejad emphasized, "The occupiers of Iraq must arrest and punish the involved criminals in this hideous crime and to block the path for the occurrence of such wild moves."
Emphasizing the need for safeguarding the unity and solidarity among Muslims, the President said, "The entire Islamic nations are the followers of and in love with the infallible household of the Prophet (PBUH), and react to such issues with high sensitivity."
He said, "The plots hatched by the Muslims' enemies aimed at sowing the seeds of discord among them, have so far backfired, thanks to the alertness of the Muslims, leading to tighter solidarity and unity among world Muslims."