"Regional stability built by Islamic unity", Khalil al-Hayya
Top Hamas official attending the opening ceremony of 35th International Islamic Unity Conference stressed that regional stability is achieved when Islamic unity materializes.
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Khalil al-Hayya, the deputy head of Hamas' regional political bureau in Palestine, in his speech at the opening ceremony of the 35th Islamic Unity Conference held in Tehran expressed regret over the current division in the world of Islam stressing that regional stability is achieved as a result of materializing unity among all Muslims, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He said," It is unfortunate that Muslim nation is divided since enemies are making the best of that to loot our wealth and spread oppression in Islamic states."
Palestinian political figure noted," We all agree on the same principles in our religion and we should not forget our numerous commonalities in comparison with minor disagreements."
International deputy of Hamas reiterated unity as the dire need of Islamic nation and called on all Muslims to fight any divisive factor including terrorism."
He called Palestine as the region mostly oppressed by enemies and said," Zionist regime has targeted the first Qibla of all Muslims in a bid to dominate the Islamic nation" adding," That is the reason for its constant aggression in Palestinian lands."
He called all Muslims as brothers in religion urging for unified stance against arrogant enemies.
Hamas representative at the 35th Islamic Unity Conference referred to Operation al-Quds Sword a humiliation for the Israeli regime.
He reiterated that regional stability is achieved when Islamic unity is materialized and called on Muslims to join hands and withdraw Israeli regime from Palestinian lands.
International deputy of Hamas expressed hope that the annual Islamic Unity Conference is soon held in Jerusalem al-Quds.
Khalil al-Hayya, the deputy head of Hamas' regional political bureau made the comments at the opening ceremony of the 35th International Islamic Unity Conference underway in the Iranian capital of Tehran with the theme of "Islamic Unity, Peace and Avoidance of Division and Conflict in the World of Islam."
Led by Hujjat-ul-Islam Hamid Shahriari, Iran's World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought has scheduled to hold the 35th Islamic Unity Conference on October 19-24, 2021 as more than 500 Muslim intellectuals, thinkers and religious experts will discuss their views on the latest issues in the world of Islam in 24 webinars.