Enemy intelligence services plotting to divide Muslims: Iran

Iran's Intelligence Minister Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi
Iran's Intelligence Minister Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi

Because the enemy cannot harm Islam through war, it tries to cause discord among Muslim countries through its intelligence services, Mahmoud Alavi said.

Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi has said the intelligence services of enemy states seek to cause discord among Muslim nations and harm them.

“Since the enemy cannot harm Islam through armies and military hardware, it tries to cause discord among Muslim countries and bring them to their knees through its intelligence services,” Alavi said on Tuesday.

He added that the enemy spy agencies are securing the survival of the Israeli regime by sowing discord among Muslim countries.

Alavi said the enemy switched from deploying military to psychological warfare for protecting the Israeli regime after Tel Aviv’s defeats in its military adventures.

He said that such plots have failed to harm Iran thanks to the valuable guidelines of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, stressing the importance of maintaining unity and security in Iran.

“Irrespective of ethnicity and religion, the Islamic [Republic of] Iran has not hesitated to help Muslims every time an adversity has befallen them. [That is] because the sacred establishment of the Islamic Republic of Iran knows no ethnic and religious bounds.”

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