Yemeni Cleric Views Takfiri Terrorists as "Global Threat"

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Middle East
Tuesday, 18 March 2014

takfiri globalthreatsA prominent Yemeni cleric said the Takfiri (extremist) terrorists not only jeopardize the Muslim nations, but also constitute a major threat to the entire world.
Speaking to the Tasnim News Agency on Saturday, Shamsuddin Mohammad

Sharafuddin cautioned against the growing menace of extremist terrorists to the world states.
Everybody is today aware of the threat of Takfiri approaches not only to the Islamic world, but also to the globe.
He stressed that all nations have now realized the dire consequences of Takfiri thoughts and have reached a consensus about how grisly the Takfiri measures are.
Sharafuddin, however, took a swipe at certain Arab states for supporting such infamous zealots who commit heinous crimes under the guise of Islam.
In relevant remarks on January 19, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei warned against the growing threat posed by the Takfiri groups to the Islamic world, and urged the Islamic nations to remain vigilant in the face of that “major threat”.
“Unfortunately, some Muslim governments are heedless of the consequences of supports for this (Takfiri) stream, and do not realize that the same fire (Takfiri current) will burn all of them as well.”
The Leader also argued that the Takfiri groups benefit from the financial and military backing of the security services of the arrogant powers and their proxies.
The growing trend in religious differences among Muslims and internal skirmish in the Islamic nations over the past few years has been indeed the global tyrants’ reaction to a surge in the Islamic awakening movements, the Leader explained.

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