News on Mosul conference reveal the western-Arabic-Hebrew scenario planned by Saudi Arabia meant to divide Islamic countries has failed.
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Hussein Sheikh-ul-Islam, Iranian political expert on international affairs, referred to media feedback over Mosul conference on counter-extremism saying that the event foiled plots to divide Islamic states, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
Mosul since late has been recognized as a land of coexistence among different ethnicities, religions and denominations of Kurds, Arabs, Turkmen, Assyrians, Christians, Shia, Sunni and Jews.
To hold a proximity meeting in a city with such a background has been highly important.
Iranian expert referred to the feedback received on the two-day conference in Mosul and said,” The news is telling of failure of a western-Arabic-Hebrew scenario plotted by Saudi Arabia to divide Islamic countries and harassing Muslims in civil wars.”
He expressed hope that peace and stability prevails in Iraq and Muslims unite to rise against enemies of Islam.
The two-day Mosul conference was held by the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought participated by religious figures and elites from Muslim countries exchanging views on counter-extremism on June 30th -July 1st.