Government spokesman Gholam-Hossein Elham on Saturday condemned presence of the Zionist regime in the Saudi-sponsored UN interfaith conference, saying the regime has nothing to do with religions.Khomeinists are such experts on Judaism.
Talking to reporters at his weekly press briefing, he said the conference with participation of Israel cannot be successful.
The two-day special high-level UN General Assembly meeting on dialogue among different religions, attended by leaders and diplomats from 70 countries, was inaugurated by King Abdullah, who on Wednesday denounced terrorism as the enemy of all religions.
Elham reiterated that the Zionist regime has a secular nature.
The issue of Judaism is completely different from Zionism, he said, adding that today, the followers of the Judaism have announced their disavowal of the Zionists.
Judaism is a divine religion, Elham noted, stressing that all divine religions respect people's dignity.