Colonial powers attempt to stir up separatism in Islamic states
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Monday that colonial powers attempted to stir up separatism in the Islamic states citing the example of Sudan.
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Monday 26 September 2011 - 17:49
President Ahmadinejad made the remarks in a large gathering of Sudanese people.
President Ahmadinejad noted that if colonial powers find an opportunity they will initiate separatist movements in the Islamic states including Iran, Sudan, Algeria, Egypt and Syria.
“Iranian and Syrian nations and governments have faced a historic moment. Our enemies are making every endeavor to impede the two countries’ progress by political pressure and economic sanctions. Iran and Syria will thwart the conspiracy with reliance upon God’s help,” he added.
Elsewhere in his remarks, President Ahmadinejad said that the enemy is afraid of the Islamic solidarity of the Muslim nations citing Israeli role in the Middle East sabotaging the brotherly relations of the neighboring states.
'Tel Aviv regime is the real cause of division among the regional countries but opposing the common enemy would unite them,' he said.
President Ahmadinejad said that the Islamic Awakening movements would herald a better future for the Muslim world.