Karim Najafi Barzegar, delivering a speech at the webinar for the International Islamic Unity Conference, said that when the Islamic countries become closer, they can benefit from the scientific, technological, and economic capacities of each other.
He referred to the science and technology committee of the universities of the Islamic world (COMSTECH), which has been created on the basis that Islamic countries can be influential in the development of their infrastructure, especially in the universities of the Islamic world.
He noted that if the unions of scientists and academicians are activated, one giant step is taken towards preserving and boosting Islamic unity.
Secretary General of the InterIslamic Network for Virtual Universities said that modern civilization is one of the most critical issues for the Islamic Republic of Iran and added,” the orientation of all these movements is to create a new Islamic civilization that can address all different aspects of human life under its umbrella.”
He also touched upon the issue of Palestine, for which the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has established a special committee to prevent further Zionist attacks against Jerusalem al-Quds.
He expressed satisfaction that defense for Palestine has gone beyond the Islamic countries and that non-Muslim governments are also voiding solidarity with the Palestinian nation.
Secretary General of the InterIslamic Network for Virtual Universities expressed his views in a webinar specially held on the issue of Palestine during the International Islamic Unity Conference.
World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought scheduled the Islamic Unity Conference for October 19-24, ending with the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUHAHF), also known as the Islamic Unity Week.
The issue of Palestine and honoring the leading proximity figure, the late Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri, were discussed in two separate webinars at this event.