TEHRAN: Iran has proposed the development of an alliance of Muslim nations to battle psychological warfare and help monetary collaboration that would incorporate its territorial opponent Saudi Arabia.
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani told a security meeting on Sunday that the two nations, alongside Turkey, Egypt, Iraq and Pakistan, ought to hold hands to advance "provincial peace in light of Islam, protecting the Palestinian individuals, battling fear mongering and [boosting] monetary interests".
Iran and Saudi Arabia are sharp opponents, and support inverse sides in the common wars in Syria and Yemen. Saudi Arabia cut discretionary ties with Iran in January after Iranian demonstrators raged Saudi political offices in dissent against the execution of a conspicuous Saudi Shia pastor.
Larijani said Saudi Arabia and different countries ought to realize that Iran "is not their foe". He said Iran was against "warmongering in Syria and Yemen" and needed to determine provincial clashes through "national solidarity governments turning to popularity based techniques".
"Iran is not subsequent to making a realm and administration in the locale," he said. "Our perspective is gone for enhancing solidarity."