Iran's Zarif: No more red lines left for terrorists to cross; Sunnis, Shiites will both remain victims unless stand united

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Iran's Zarif: No more red lines left for terrorists to cross; Sunnis, Shiites will both remain victims unless stand united

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday condemned the Monday terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia, saying that the Takfiri terrorists have crossed all redlines.

AhlulBayt News Agency - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday condemned the Monday terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia, saying that the Takfiri terrorists have crossed all redlines.

"There are no more red lines left for terrorists to cross; Sunnis, Shiites will both remain victims unless we stand united as one," Zarif wrote on his Twitter account on Tuesday in reaction to the terrorist attacks in the Saudi cities of Medina and Qatif.

Two explosions hit two different parts of Saudi Arabia on Monday night.

The first explosion hit the Qatif region in the Southern part of Saudi Arabia, but except the suicide bomber no one was hurt in the explosion.

The second blast rocked outside Masjid Al-Nabawi (Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) mosque) when a suicide bomber blew up himself in the city of Medina on Monday night.

At least six people were killed in Medina bombing.

In a relevant development on Monday, Zarif called for collective efforts of all the world countries to fight terrorism and terrorist groups.

"The world countries should not give up fighting terrorism until the defeat of the ideology behind the creation of the terrorist groups," Zarif wrote in his Twitter account.

He reiterated that the world countries should not quit their anti-terrorism fight until those behind the terrorist attacks in Turkey, Bangladesh and Iraq are completely defeated.

Zarif had also earlier in June called on all Muslim states to increase unity and solidarity in campaign against terrorist groups.

"We, in the Muslim world, need to show how we can fight against terrorism which has entangled Islam and the Muslim world," Zarif said in Paris, addressing the Muslim countries' representatives and envoys.

He underscored the necessity for strengthening unity in the Muslim world against terrorism, and said, "We should decrease our differences to the least against attacks and violence."

Zarif also said that the most important injustice against the Muslim world is Israel's cruelty and injustice against the Palestinians.

Iranian officials have always emphasized the country's determination to support campaign on terrorism in every part of the world.



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