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Iran Calls for More Unity among Muslims to Defuse Enemies' Divisive Plots

Politics - Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani warned against the repercussion of growing ideological disputes and conflicts in the region, particularly in the Islamic states, and asked for the enhancement of Muslim unity as a top priority of all Islamic states.

Addressing the 27th International Islamic Unity Conference in Tehran on Sunday, the Iranian president warned against enemy plots to sow discord among Muslims and halt their progress and noted that Islamic nations must promote their unity based on their religious commonalities and mutual interests.

Rouhani called for the elimination of the roots of differences and noted that Muslims must join hands to revive the Islamic civilization by fighting discrimination, religious intolerance and different aspects of cultural and economic poverty.

The 27th International Islamic Unity Conference which started work in Tehran on Friday wrapped up on Sunday night after issuing a statement.

The conference was opened with a speech delivered by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

The participants of the conference held 20 working sessions in a period of three days.

More than 300 prominent Muslim scholars and thinkers from 58 countries participated in the three-day conference.

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