TEHRAN (FNA)- Supreme Leaders’ senior advisor Ali Akbar Velayati referred to the recent developments in the Middle-East and North Africa, and said the arrogant powers can no more stand against the new world order being shaped by the Islamic Awakening.
“The world is witnessing a change and tilt in power equations towards the Muslim world with the rapid growth of developments in West Asia and North Africa and this important event has basically created the new regional order, and the world of arrogance is and will no more be able to confront this new order,” Velayati told FNA on Tuesday.
“What is being plotted and implemented by the hegemonic system, the Zionists and their supporters is actually a desperate attempt to stop this trend which of course will never be materialized and the new Islamic civilization and the Islamic world will grow more powerful as mentioned by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution (Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei),” he added.
Velayati underlined what has happened in the Muslim world is the growing flourishing of the Islamic Awakening which cannot be stopped and destroyed despite its ups and downs.
His remarks came after Ayatollah Khamenei said on Thursday that the West lacked the might and awe it enjoyed in the past as its representative, the Zionist regime of Israel, lost the battle against the small population of the Muslims in Gaza.
“The current world order cannot continue and a new order is emerging,” Ayatollah Khamenei said in a meeting with members of the Assembly of Experts in Tehran.
“The realities in the region and the world show a serious uncertainty in the West’s principles of power and might; therefore, we should understand the realities correctly to prevent wrong analyses,” he added.
Ayatollah Khamenei referred to the failure of the Zionist regime in its recent war against the Palestinians in Gaza Strip, and said, “The recent war in Gaza was an example of miracle; a small region with limited capabilities accomplished a task that brought the Zionist regime, as the symbol of the West’s power, to its knees.”
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