Saudi rulers will perish: Khamenei
Tehran [Iran], May 28 (ANI): On the occasion of the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said that "Saudi rulers are going to perish".
He further added that the Saudi rulers "are too harsh on Muslims, yet kind to the disbelievers. They are giving special handouts to the US. To whom does all this wealth belong? This is the Saudi people's wealth, which they give away to disbelievers and their people's enemies."
"Among the Muslim world, a group of worthless, inept and villainous people are ruling over a community of the Muslim nation, namely the Saudi government. The fools actually think they can gain the friendship of Islam's enemies by providing them with money and assistance. There is no friendship there; as they say themselves, they are 'milking them' like cattle. They oppress their own people in this manner, and oppress the people of Yemen and Bahrain in other ways. But they are going to perish."IRNA news agency quoted Iran's supreme leader as saying.
After re-elected for a second term, Iran's reformist president, Hassan Rouhani asserted that unity and consensus is the solution against the terrorism.
The era of interfering in other countries' affairs, waging wars and funding terrorism is over and fighting terrorism is the only way ahead, he added.
Iran's leader also reminded his audience on the experience of the Iranian nation's victory over the eight-year imposed war; adding that the Iranian nation triumphed during the eight-year war as the 'underdog.'
Referring to the afflictions of the Islamic world and disputes imposed on the Muslim states, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on leaders of the Islamic world to undertake further responsibility regarding unity of the Islamic nations. (ANI)