Iran, Saudi Stress Muslim Unity

August 5, 2007

Author: Staff Writer

Source: PressTV

Iran and Saudi Arabia have called for unity among Muslims, emphasizing the value of bolstering friendly relations among Islamic nations.

President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah stressed strengthening unity among Muslims, in a telephone conversation on Saturday, reported Mehr News Agency.

"Officials of Islamic countries including Iran and Saudi Arabia should cooperate with each other to thwart enemies' conspiracies, "Ahmadinejad said, referring to the intention of the enemies of Islam have to cause a strife among Muslims.

King Abdullah responded by saying that Tehran and Riyadh should not allow their enemies to hatch plots and interfere in the mutual relations of the two countries or any other Muslim nation.