“33rd Islamic Unity Conference to be held magnificently”, Ayat. Araki
Islamic Unity Conference is announcement of victory for the resistance front, unity discourse and Islamic Republic of Iran against Takfiri movements.
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Ayatollah Mohsen Araki, Secretary General of World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought, attended the meeting of executive committee for 33rd Islamic Unity Conference to hail the upcoming event as an effective measure for the entire world of Islam, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He vowed full force of the world forum to hold the 33rd Islamic Unity Conference including guests from across the world of Islam and also proximity activists from Iran and around the globe.
33rd Islamic Unity Conference will be held on November 14-16, 2019 in the Iranian capital of Tehran as the event will be participated by luminaries and intellectuals from across the globe.
The cleric said,” Islamic Unity Conference is announcement of victory for the resistance front, unity discourse and Islamic Republic of Iran against Takfiri movements” and stressed the annual event as influential for the entire world of Islam.
Ayatollah Araki slammed the hostile propaganda before and after the conference.
He hailed the Islamic Unity Conference as counter-sanction measure and noted,” This conference is capable of foiling anti-Iran measures taken by arrogant powers and their allies.”
Top Iranian scholar also underlined massive participation of different Islamic countries in the annual meeting calling that a renewal of alliance with the Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution and Islamic Republic diplomacies as well as voicing solidarity with the resistance front.
Islamic Unity Conference is annually held by the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought, currently directed by Ayatollah Mohsen Araki. The event is held concurrent with the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) also dubbed as Islamic Unity Week, an inspiration by the late founder of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khomeini (RA) in a bid to bring the different Islamic denominations closer.