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Ayatollah Mohsen Araki: “Unified Islamic nation will be born soon.”

A top Iranian cleric referred to the present events across the world and promised the birth of a unified Islamic nation as a new power in the international arena. 

Ayatollah Mohsen Araki, Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought attended the presser held on the 22nd anniversary for formation of the Muslim unity center calling the current events in the world as promising since they will end in the birth of a unified Islamic nation which will turn into number one power in the world, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA). 

He hailed the uprising among Muslim countries and called Islamic Awakening as the beginning step for emergence of unified Islamic nation. 

Iranian cleric referred to the Islamic Awakening as a movement among Muslims with a common culture derived from holy Qur’an following the lifestyle of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). 

“This is the unified nation which spreads across the world which will be present in the world as number one power in the world.” 

On the reason for recent anti-Islamic movements he said, “Since Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is the perfect sample and that Qur’an is the source for theory of a perfect life, they have become the target for those who are against a better life for humanity.” 

Ayatollah Araki called Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) as the example of mercy, sacrifice and honesty and said, “Prophet of Islam is mercy for the people across the world; therefore, Muslims have to be merciful for all the people around the world.” 

Attacks against Prophet of Islam (PBUH) is a preplanned schedule to prevent the formation of unified Islamic nation.” 

He also related on the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought and said the strategies of the center are in line with formation of the unified Islamic nation. 

This religious figure stressed the future programs for the center to be more practical and said everyone will witness social, commercial and sports activities among other axis for this center.