Beheading in Syria, France ‘rooted in the same mentality’

TEHRAN, Jul. 28 (MNA) – FM spokesperson has belatedly condemn beheading of a priest by ISIL-sympathizers in a church in France’s Normandy along with beheading of a child in Syria.

Bahram Ghasemi told reporters on Thursday that these two events had been rooted in the same mentality; “beheading of a child in Syria’s Aleppo and France’s Normandy are equally horrific, wanton, and source of condemnation at utmost level; the collective conscience of the humanity should be now in grief of this unfathomable cruelty and atrocity evident in these two acts of murder,’ he emphasized, during his official reaction to the event in Normandy.

“A line of perversion has fed these crimes and has transferred a single message of hatred: the begetters of Al-Qaeda and ISIL had spread the satanic seeds. Such crimes are condemned everywhere they are committed,” Ghasemi told the press. “General neglect of the public plights along with tacit agreements of the supporters and patrons of ISIL and their ideology has brought about a plague of violence, terror, and hatred to countries of the region.”

Ghasemi also believed that such crimes sought to provoke hatred among world people and that all countries should unite under an umbrella of spirituality and focus attempts to uproot the terrorism which had been the source of all crimes.


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