Sunnis and Shias will both remain casualties unless we get joined together: Iran
TEHRAN: Iran on Tuesday denounced three suicide bombings that shook Saudi Arabia, one of them focusing on Masjid-i-Nabawi, Islam’s second holiest spot, in Madina.
“There are not any more red lines left for terrorists to cross. Sunnis and Shias will both remain casualties unless we stand joined as one,” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Twitter.Four security gatekeepers were executed in the Madina besieging.
Alternate assaults on Monday focused on the US department in Jeddah and a Shia mosque in Qatif.
“Terrorism knows no fringe or nationality and there is no arrangement with the exception of making a global and territorial solidarity against this wonder,” Foreign Ministry representative Bahram Ghasemi told state supporter IRIB.
There were no prompt cases of obligation regarding the assaults.
Iran and Saudi Arabia are secured an undeniably strained rivalry for territorial impact, and back restricting sides in local clashes, incorporating into Syria and Yemen.