Muslims' integrated plan spoils enemies' plots: Palestinian envoy
Tehran (IP)- The representative of the Palestine Islamic Jihad Movement in Iran said any joint plan and action by Muslims can spoil the US and Israeli regime's plots in the region.
Iran Press/ Iran news: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press on Thursday, the Representative of Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement in Iran, Nasser Abu Sharif said that the Islamic Ummah can prepare a plan to solve the Palestinian issue as well as other problems of the Muslim world.
Certainly, the lack of unity and a unique leadership among the Islamic Ummah is considered a significant problem, while the Muslim communities enjoy frequent sources including manpower, oil, gas, agriculture, and waterways, he added.
Abu Sharif referred to the West's colonialization of the Islamic countries in the last century and said that most of their rulers were dependent on foreign powers, suggesting that a plan is devised for the unity of the Islamic Ummah and so that the Islamic countries could decide for themselves.
Iran can lead the Islamic Ummah
He also referred to Iran and remarked that in spite of the heavy cost the country has paid and the patience it has exercised since the Islamic Revolution, Iran can be a powerful country in the region within the coming years, leading the Islamic Ummah.
"It is true that the Western countries are powerful, but as President Rouhani said, their power is not greater than ours; our nation is more powerful than the West and our capabilities are greater than theirs," the Palestinian official said pointing out to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's speech in the conference.
Currently, he said, that the Iranian president has presented an integrated plan to the Persian Gulf states (known as Hurmuz Peace Endeavour) which is capable of spoiling all US-Israeli cooked plots.
A plan for Justice in the world
Abu Sharif finally said that the Islamic plan is the very model of Justice and kindness and it is a plan which shows goodness to others and invites all of the people to good affairs in the world and hereafter.
"Now we need unity; we must have an integrated plan, and working together to implement it, and as we have been advised in the Holy Quran to cooperate in good work and not in the sin and aggression," he noted.
The representative of the Palestine Islamic Jihad Movement on Iran made that remarks on the sidelines of the 33rd International Islamic Unity Conference in Tehran.
The international conference is held every year during the Islamic Unity week in Tehran and is organized by 'the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought'.104/205