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Hujjat al-Islam Ramezan Toqeer said,” Iran and Pakistan are victims of terrorism. Islamic countries and their people can no longer tolerate terrorism.”

Hawzah News Agency- Hujjat al-Islam Mohammad Ramzan Toqeer, the vice-chairman of the Pakistan Shia Ulema Council, said on Sunday, January 21,” Our region and the Islamic world are facing numerous problems. In such a situation, the anti-Islamic forces will use their facilities and mercenaries to spread tension and chaos more than before to sow discord and hatred.”

He pointed out the harms of the current tensions and said,” these tensions will affect the goals of Al-Aqsa storm to support and show solidarity with the oppressed people of Palestine; Both Islamic countries do not want to add to the problems of the oppressed Palestinian people.”

He went on to say that the people of the two countries have a lot in common historically, religiously and culturally. The neighboring country of Iran has always supported and helped the oppressed people of Islamic countries with love, brotherhood and harmony. Now the two neighboring countries should end the tension with tolerance and have diplomatic negotiations in order to resolve all issues including trade and borders through reconciliation and friendship.”

The vice president of Pakistan's Shia Ulema Council further emphasized, “This tolerance and peace will reach the public opinion of the two countries so that colonialism cannot succeed in its sinister goals. Both countries are victims of terrorism and Islamic countries and their people can no longer tolerate it.”

Hujjat al-Islam Muhammad Ramezan Togheer welcomed the decision of the high-level meeting on tensions between Pakistan and Iran under the chairmanship of the acting Prime Minister of Pakistan as a good event and said,” Diplomatic ties between Pakistan and Iran will be established soon. And they will eliminate enemies, terrorists and anti-Islamic elements with mutual cooperation and protect their borders.”

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