Iran’s SNSC: Takfiri Extremists Created to Promote Islamophobia

“The arrogant system’s pursuit of the Islamophobia policy by creating and magnifying the savage acts of the terrorist Takfiri groups is the other side of the coin in its fight against the Islamic Awakening,” Shamkhani said, addressing a ceremony in Tehran on Monday.

And this, he said, happened while Islam is the religion of kindness and the Shiite and Sunni Muslims assume defending the values and promoting humane concepts as their responsibility.

Shamkhani also stressed Iran’s commitment to defending the unity and security of the Muslims world, and said, “Today, the correctness and success of Iran’s policies for controlling and fighting the goals of the arrogant powers has been proved to the world nations more than ever, and it’s been proved that Iran’s efforts to create security in the Muslim world are real, effective and without any religious affiliation.”

In relevant remarks in November, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei warned that the bullying powers were using every method and tool to spread Islamophobia among the world people.

“The world expansionist and bullying powers are highly concerned about the attraction of Islam’s freedom message and the danger posed to their interests and have used all instruments, specially art tools, to intimidate the entire world people from Islam,” Ayatollah Khamenei said, addressing Iranian Army cadets in Tehran…


Takfir is the practice of one Muslim saying another is not a true Muslim at all. This is currently being used heavily by Sunni Islamic State against Shi’ites.

As per usual, it has nothing to do with Islam itself, but is a conspiracy by world’s (unnamed) “expansionist and bullying powers” to prevent people from seeing how the marvel of Islam. 

(SNSC: Iran’s Supreme National Security Council)

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    “Takfir is the practice of one Muslim saying another is not a true Muslim at all.”

    So they even have a word for that?

    • Frau Katze

      Of course! It’s been around for a long time.

  • ontario john

    And everyone must wear their underwear on the outside of their pants.

  • simus1

    “shamkhani?
    Perhaps we should run this past PR first to get a less “awkward” English language equivalent.”