Terrorists following no human code, ethics: Ghasemi

TEHRAN, Dec. 02 (MNA) – In reaction to terrorist attack in Pakistan, Bahram Ghasemi the Spokesman of Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the assault and said that the terrorism is in line with no code of conduct or ethics.

“Terrorism abides by no ethical or humanity principle,” said Bahram Ghasemi the Spokesman of Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday in reaction to Friday’s attack in Peshawar of Pakistan where a dozen were killed and around 35 were injured.

A group of heavily armed suicide assailants stormed a government agriculture research center and adjoining university dormitory in northwestern Pakistan on Friday when dozens of people gathered to celebrate Eid al Milad-un Nabi, a sacred Muslim holiday.

Condemning the terrorist attack, Mr. Ghasemi extended sympathies to the people, government and bereaved families in Pakistan. He described the incident a brutal and terrorist attack.

“Terrorist groups only think of realizing their sinister goals and, more than anything, to mere self-assertion, when they carry out a horrendous anti-humane act, and for this cause they take care of neither sacred places like mosques, nor academic venues like universities,” highlighted the Iranian diplomat.

“To meet their filthy objectives they are not afraid of victimizing innocent people, murdering women and children at public places or religious temples, and students at universities and dormitories,” regretted the Iranian diplomat.

“At such a situation, the only key to the success of the nations is to stay vigilant and shrewd, and keep unity against the measures and policies of the terrorist groups and their supporters,” Mr. Ghasemi called upon terror-hit nations not to fall into the holes plotted by the feeders of terrorist groups in the Middle East.

“Concurrent with the relentless fighting against terrorists, it is necessary to run cultural programs countering the roots of terrorism to let students and researchers, as booming and informative sources of society, muster the whole of their energy to identify and expose the roots, birth-givers, and proponents of this dangerous anti-human phenomenon in a constructive and effective endeavor,” said the spokesman of Iranian ministry of foreign affairs.

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