Ba’athist, Wahhabi thinking behind Iran’s consulate attack in Iraq
Mashad, An Iraqi cultural activist, said that there are no ISIS, Saddam, and Ba'ath party in Iraq today, but Ba'athist, Wahhabi and ISIS thinking can be seen in the country and this thinking is behind the attack on the Iranian Consulate in Basra.
In the Iraqi students' meeting at Imam Reza International University in Mashhad on Sunday on the issue of 'dividing between the two nations of Iran and Iraq', Abdul Karim Nisi added, 'We see around the city of Kazemein that the hijab is not respected due to morality And Ba'athist thinking, and our army and our forces in this battle are active on social networks such as Instagram, YouTube and Telegraph.'
This Iraqi cultural activist said, 'One of the officials in the Zionist regime's army has said that the talent is not we kill Muslims, but our talent must be to kill Muslims by the hands of Muslims.'
An Iraqi student of Applied Sciences also said, 'It is necessary to reflect the truth as the elite of the community, and we have been treated friendly in Iran.'
'We apologize for the burning of the Islamic Republic of Iran Consulate in Basra and, in fact, we are the main sufferers of this issue, because anyone who wants to come to Iran should contact through Iranian consulate in Iraq,' he said.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA