News ID: 333789
Publish Date: 29 January 2012 - 05:37
Islamist Activist:
Navideshahed: The recent revolutions in Arab and Islamic countries which toppled dictatorial regimes have changed the public attitude towards Muslims in the western countries and westerners are now trying to establish closer ties with these revolutionary nations, a prominent Islamist activist said.

Speaking to FNA on Saturday, Undersecretary General of the Islamic European Conference Salaheddin al-Jafarawi pointed to the recent popular uprisings in the Middle-Eastern and North African states, and noted, "(Western) Nations believe that people's conditions in the revolutionary countries will be improved after the overthrow of the former regimes."

As a result, Jafarawi said, the westerners are trying to establish closer ties with these countries.

"This, in turn, will leave positive effects on the life of the Muslims living in Europe," he added.

He further expressed the hope that the revolutionary nations could survive challenges and problems and defuse enemies' divisive plots through unity and solidarity.

In relevant remarks, a top military advisor to the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution expressed confidence about the growing power of the Muslim nations and the decreasing influence of the US and the Zionists in the world, and said the world conditions are changing in favor of the Muslims.

"In the 21st century, the US and Europe's power will decline and Zionists will become very weak and the weight of Iran and Islamic countries will grow and Americans and Zionists will lose weight," Supreme Leader's Advisor for Military Affairs Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi said in September.

He pointed to the change in the world power and security orders during the last two decades as well as the recent popular movements in the region, and said, "The US Empire's dream for becoming the only power in a monopole world did not come true."

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Source: Fars News Agency

Speaking to FNA on Saturday, Undersecretary General of the Islamic European Conference Salaheddin al-Jafarawi pointed to the recent popular uprisings in the Middle-Eastern and North African states, and noted, "(Western) Nations believe that people's conditions in the revolutionary countries will be improved after the overthrow of the former regimes." As a result, Jafarawi said, the westerners are trying to establish closer ties with these countries. "This, in turn, will leave positive effects on the life of the Muslims living in Europe," he added. He further expressed the hope that the revolutionary nations could survive challenges and problems and defuse enemies' divisive plots through unity and solidarity. In relevant remarks, a top military advisor to the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution expressed confidence about the growing power of the Muslim nations and the decreasing influence of the US and the Zionists in the world, and said the world conditions are changing in favor of the Muslims. "In the 21st century, the US and Europe's power will decline and Zionists will become very weak and the weight of Iran and Islamic countries will grow and Americans and Zionists will lose weight," Supreme Leader's Advisor for Military Affairs Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi said in September. He pointed to the change in the world power and security orders during the last two decades as well as the recent popular movements in the region, and said, "The US Empire's dream for becoming the only power in a monopole world did not come true." The End Source: Fars News Agency
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