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Judiciary head: Saudi crimes edge those of Zionists

Iran's Judiciary Chief, Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani

TEHRAN, Apr. 22 (MNA) – Iran’s head of Judiciary has said the Shias have never welcomed terrorism, as the true Sunnis detest terrorism by virtue of being Muslims.

Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani who was addressing a meeting of Judiciary high-ranking officials on Wednesday, told the meeting that Wahhabism, Salafism, and Takfirism were fostered by the colonial powers, displaying a violent face of Islam through bare savagery, which “is not the true face of Islam;”

“They commit crimes which edge those of the cruellest of the fiends,” Amoli Larijani depicted Salafist-Takfirists as such.

He also believed that a violent face of fundamentalist terrorists and Takfirists provided testimony to the righteousness of Shia as the faith of rationality and human empathy to the world public; “neither Shias nor Sunnis, if truly as such, would resort to terrorism and violence to advance political ends; the abominable actions of the ISIL and Takfirists have nothing to do with authentic Islam; they are creations of the ‘bloodthirsty’ regimes,” said the head of Judiciary.

Amoli Larijani cited Syrian, Iraqi and Yemeni crises as the most disturbing current issues of Islamic world. He said Saudi crimes in Yemen edged those by the Zionist regime; “Saudi regime had announced that they had a pre-planned objective in Yemen which all had been realized; it is very unfortunate that devastation of a country’s crucial infrastructures and death of defenceless and innocent women and children are set as objectives of an attacking country,” Ayatollah Amoli Larijani objected.

He also described Yemeni nation as a ‘resistant and oppressed’ nation, and emphasized that no ruler could rule forever through tyranny and oppression; “these crimes in Yemen are condemned and unacceptable for Islamic Umma; the patience would come to an end somewhere in the future, when Saudis would understand well that centers of evil would someday be vanquished,” he asserted.

He denounced the silence by international community and organizations and some European countries and the US in tacitly supporting Saudi Arabian crimes as ‘shameless and a source of shock and awe.’

“It is a source of shame that the claimants to human rights have turned a deaf ear and a blind eye to Saudi crimes in Yemen; they should know that Yemenis have found their own true path; the best solution to the crisis in the country is that those so-called human rights advocates leave Yemenis alone in deciding for their own future and government,” Amoli Larijani concluded.

By Mehr News Agency

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