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Iran For Proper Treatment Of Religious Minorities

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Armenian bishop urges world to take lesson from Iran for proper treatment of religious minorities

Isfahan, Jan 31, IRNA – Head of the Armenian Diocese of Isfahan Archimandrite Babken Charian said the international community should look at Iran as a role model for proper treatment of religious minorities and respecting them.

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In a meeting with Governor General of the central province of Isfahan Alireza Zaker-Esfahani Wednesday evening, the bishop praised the Islamic Republic for having managed to establish a very good interaction with members of religious minorities.

Turning to the current situation in Syria and massacre of defenseless people there, he said the calamity is resulted from ignoring teachings of divine religions.

On the special ceremonies Armenians held in Isfahan on the occasion, the bishop said his congregation prayed for establishment of peace all over the world including Syria.

Zaker-Esfahani, for his part, stressed the need for promoting interaction among divine religions as the major needs of the human community today.

He said the evil plans of enemies will certainly fail if all divine religions adhere to foster unity.

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I reckon Bahais are not counted among religious minorities. They are a "deviant cult" and hence treated like one.

Good gracious bishop. You have scored the points sire.

A deviant cult with colonial roots and a destructive issue. If you read a little then you would understand why they are treated as such and not make comments attempting to undermine an obvious truth. Religious unity is not something they teach in Western society and wannabe-Western society, that's why you think this was a "point scoring" exercise.

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A deviant cult with colonial roots and a destructive issue. If you read a little then you would understand why they are treated as such and not make comments attempting to undermine an obvious truth.

The obvious truth is that a whole people are stigmatized and oppressed constantly for the religion they follow. So statements such as coming from the concerned Bishop make up for one's dose of daily amusement.

Religious unity is not something they teach in Western society and wannabe-Western society, that's why you think this was a "point scoring" exercise

Of course. Middle Eastern countries are beacons of "religious unity". That's why religious and sectarian affiliations are never an issue there. All live peacefully like brothers. It's all hunky dory. It's in the inglorious West where minorities have no rights and no safety in law.

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