Iran lashes out at 'anti-Islamic' Germany meeting

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September 4, 2008 16:58

 
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The Foreign Ministry has urged France as the current EU president to block what Teheran described as an "anti-Islamic" gathering in Germany later this month, Iran's state radio reported on Thursday. The radio said a top French diplomat in Teheran was summoned to the ministry to hear Iran's complaint over the "growth of anti-Islamic sentiments in Europe." The report refered to an "Anti-Islamification" conference by a small right-wing organization of about 400 members, due on September 19 in Cologne. The right-wingers have petitioned against the construction of a mosque in the German city and against what they call the "Islamization" of Europe - not the existence of Islam.

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