This report vaguely refers to “the enemy.” But what “enemy” would Muslims in general — from Morocco to Indonesia — have if not their famous nemesis and natural counterpart, the infidel? Had Ahmadinejad urged national or regional unity, the enemy could be more particularized, more “temporalized.” But no, Ahmadinejad’s is simply a call to unify the umma, Shia and Sunni, perhaps in preparation of the “Hidden Imam,” and the ushering of global “justice” — sharia style.
“Ahmadinejad urges Muslim unity against enemy,” from Press TV, February 24:
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has called on Islamic countries across the world to build a united barrier against the ‘enemy plots’.
“Unity and cooperation between Muslim states will thwart the enemy plot to sow discord between Muslims and spread hegemony over them,” President Ahmadinejad said in a meeting with President of Djibouti Ismail Omar Guelleh on Tuesday…