Fake movements launched to hijack Islamic Revolution
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Launching fake revolutionary movements which followed al-Qaeda, Taliban and deviate role models in the world of Islam aimed to hijack and stem revolutionary movements and prevent the younger generation joining that.
Ayatollah Mohsen Araki, secretary general of World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought warned of fake movements in ambush to hijack Islamic revolution and prevent it becoming the axis of Islamic movements in the world, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The cleric warned of fake revolutionary movements which targeted materialization of Islamic unity and the cultural and economic conflicts and fight for influence sparked to prevent that.
“The fight for influence was very critical”, said the cleric hailing the Supreme Leader for the insight and care into these fake movements.
He said,” By ‘influence’ we mean infiltration of foreign ideologies to weaken the principles of religion.”
Ayatollah Araki referred to an era marked with massive attacks against Islamic revolution and Islam in different forms; numerous readings of religion, questioning the efficiency of system or even questioning God Almighty and the prophets.
The cleric warned of deviate institutions, universities and professors seemingly loyal to the Islamic revolution in pursuit of provoking the students and younger generation against the Islamic Revolution.
Secretary general of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought also warned of efforts to divide Shia and Sunni provoking both of them against the other group praising the Supreme Leader for managing the crisis throughout years.