Now Iran's supreme chief Ayatollah Khamenei threatens India on Delhi violence

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Iran's Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif just lately created a storm in India, criticizing the riots in Delhi. Just a few days later, Iran's supreme chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei mentioned that if the Indian authorities didn’t cease the bloodbath of Muslims, Islamic international locations can isolate India. He mentioned "Muslims of India have been deeply saddened by the massacre of Muslims in India."

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                 Earlier on Tuesday, the Indian Foreign Ministry summoned the Iranian ambassador to New Delhi, Ali Chegeni, to protest the remarks made by Iran's international minister, Javed Zarif.

Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar mentioned "Iranian Ambassador to India Ali Chegeni was summoned on the remarks made by the Iranian Foreign Minister and a strong protest was lodged against the unfair protest."

Kumar mentioned "It has been reported that his selective and gentle characterization of recent events in Delhi is not acceptable. We do not expect such comments from a country like Iran." Iran's international minister criticized India for the riots in Delhi. Zarif mentioned in a Twitter post, "Iran condemns organized violence against Indian Muslims."

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