Nov 14, 2019 21:04 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Dec 09, 2019 14:09 Asia/Tehran]

Tehran (IP) - Head of IRIB world service, Peyman Jebeli stated that Iran's Islamic Revolution is a worldwide role model for all Muslims; and their unity must be a belief for media activists.

Iran PressIran news: Head of IRIB world service, Peyman Jebeli, while referring to the fact that the current week of unity is the first event held in the 4th decade of the Islamic revolution,  expressed hope that all of its aims and purposes would be achieved. 

He went on to highlight that the "Islamic Revolution is worldwide".

According to Jebelli, the Islamic revolution was born when prescription preferred by the US in all cultural, social, media and economic fields was imposed upon the world but then world Super Power was defeated.  

"Islamic Revolution has served to be the US' painstaking challenge plus the Islamic Revolution is a role model for Muslims which have lost their hopes," added he. 

"IRIB top official explained further that It is, in fact, the Revolution which has a universal identity, friends and even the universal enemies.

Unity among Muslims should not be just a motto but must be practical. Islamic World Unity must be a belief for media activists,",stressed Jebelli.

IRIB's Jebelli also said that "like the Islamic Revolution's enemies ( Arab, western association) we must use all our equipment and capacities.

"The cyberspace is not in our control and it must not be ignored, it is like a challenge for us for example if you search on YouTube for Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah or, for the Brigadier Major General Qasem Soleimani in a matter of wink it will be blocked, so it is a challenge and we must counter it," Jebeli concluded.

The first meeting of Muslim media activists was held on the sidelines of the 33rd edition of the International Islamic Unity Conference in Tehran, on Thursday.

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