Tehran (IP) - Robert Biglarian representing the Armenian Christian community of southern Iran in the Iranian Parliament said that the coexistence of religious minorities and Muslims in Iran is an experienced fact and beyond peaceful coexistence.

Iran PressIran News: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press on Tuesday, Robert Biglarian stressed that looking at the commonality of the divine religions, mutual respect for religions and at the same time mutual understanding is the first helpful step that shows religions came to power according to the principles and can live together with constructive interaction.

Regarding the violation of the rights of the Palestinians, Biglarian said "as long as the rights of a nation are violated, peace and tranquility cannot be felt and witnessed, and the realization of the rights of the oppressed Palestinian people is a duty."

The representative of the Armenian Christian community of southern Iran referred to the French president's insult against the Holy Prophet of Islam and added that French President Emmanuel Macron's anti-Islamic rhetoric has been painful because it stirs up the atmosphere.

French President Emmanuel Macron has said in a statement that France will continue to publish insulting cartoons against the Prophet of Islam.


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