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Countries inked normalization agreement with Israel gained nothing but dishonor

Countries inked normalization agreement with Israel gained nothing but dishonor

Sunday, 08 November 2020

Hujjat-ul-Islam Mohammad Hassan Akhtari, head of Iranian pro-Palestine committee, censured the deal for normalization for ties with Israeli regime inked by some Arab countries stressing that the countries that inked the deal have gained nothing but dishonor and recession.


Iranian senior cleric, attending the webinar on "Sudanese against Normalization of Ties with Zionist Regime", called the normalization of ties as a humiliating and shameless process in pursuit of replacing the right with the wrong.


He said that a study into achievements of the countries which signed the normalization agreement in order to prove the humiliation and dishonor they have gained by inking the deal.


Iranian cleric addressed the Muslim and Arab nations, naming Bahrain and Sudan, calling them to show more thoughtfulness in regards to their future since the agreement will merely lead to regret and dishonor.


Representatives of Sudanese parties, political factions and media in this online meeting condemned normalization of ties with Israel and vowed to hold demonstrations in order to cancel the deal.


Hujjat-ul-Islam Akhtari stressed the full support by the Supreme Leader, Iranian nation and government for Sudanese nation in fighting the normalization of ties with Israel.


Top scholar called on the elites and intellectuals to continue their fight against normalization of ties with Israel and continue their path until total liberation of Palestine.

Iran's Velayati: Kabul University attack showed ‘cowardliness of criminals’

Iran's Velayati: Kabul University attack showed ‘cowardliness of criminals’

Wednesday, 04 November 2020

The adviser to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution on international affairs has strongly condemned a deadly terrorist attack on Kabul University.


“Attacking a university and killing people who move along the path of knowledge and science shows the cowardliness of the criminals who have targeted Afghanistan’s peace and security,” Ali Akbar Velayati wrote in a message on Tuesday.

"I offer my deepest condolences to the people and government of Afghanistan on the martyrdom of a group of professors and students in this unfortunate incident,” he said.


Velayati also wished speedy recovery for those injured in the terrorist attack.


Gunmen stormed Kabul University on Monday during an Iranian book fair, firing shots and sending students fleeing. The attack left 35 killed and more than 50 wounded.

Iran's Velayati: Sacrilege of Prophet Muhammad sign of French diplomacy collapse

Iran's Velayati: Sacrilege of Prophet Muhammad sign of French diplomacy collapse

Sunday, 01 November 2020

 A senior aide to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Saturday that insulting Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in France signifies collapse of diplomacy in the European state.


Ali Akbar Velayati, Ayatollah Khamenei's senior adviser for international affairs, said that France is no longer the former country whose presidents played an important role in the world, but the current president is a follower of the Zionists and he does this to satisfy the usurper Israel.


"Such behaviors have made Emmanuel Macron hated by the Islamic world, and if he continues this anti-Islamic practice, the Islamic world will put France and its president in his place, as the Muslims will stand up to this insult," he said.


Referring to the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia, Velayati hoped that the plot that the international seditionists have created in the South Caucasus region would be thwarted as soon as possible.

 

Pakistani revolutionary judge passes away

Pakistani revolutionary judge passes away

Saturday, 31 October 2020

Hujjat al-Islam Sayyed Qazi Niaz Naqavi former chairman of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) Assembly of Pakistan, member of the General Assembly of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly and vice-chairman of the Pakistan Shiite Schools Association, passed away in Qom.


He had been hospitalized in Amir Al-Momenin (a.s.) Hospital in Qom for the past few days due to coronavirus.


Niaz Naqvi has been providing valuable services in the Wefaq al-Madrasa Council of Pakistan to the seminaries of Pakistan for many years.


He also played an influential role in the field of Islamic unity in Pakistan and in the fight against extremists in the sensitive situation of Pakistan, and he tried to establish and strengthen Islamic unity and brotherhood in this country.

Ayatollah Mojtahed Shabestari: Muslims must sever ties with Paris if France not apologize

Ayatollah Mojtahed Shabestari: Muslims must sever ties with Paris if France not apologize

Wednesday, 28 October 2020

A member of the Iranian Expediency Discernment Council said, "If the French government doesn't apologize for its insults, Islamic Republic and Muslims must restrict and sever ties with this country."


“Global arrogance has not had good relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran since the victory of the Islamic Revolution, because Western countries have always been opposed to Islam, especially the countries that have more ties with the Zionists”, said Ayatollah Mohsen Mojtahed Shabestari, while speaking in an interview with Mehr News Agency.


“In this regard, France has the most and deepest relations with the Zionists among European countries,” he said and added, “Western countries sometimes reveal their opposition and hostility to Islam, that the latest example of which was the insult of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo to the Prophet of Islam (PBUH).


Stressing that the root of such issues can be traced to anti-Islamism of the Zionist Regime, he said, “The French government has a wide connection with the Zionists Regime, who seize any opportunity to weaken the Islam status in international level.”


“If the French government does not apologize, then the Islamic Republic of Iran should limit its diplomatic relations with this government,” he said and added, “Next, both Muslims and the Islamic Republic of Iran must sever economic ties with France.”


According to Shabestari, if Muslims stop reacting to the French government's offensive moves, these anti-Islamists will find a space for further insults to Muslim sanctities.

Ahmadi Tabar:

Ahmadi Tabar: "Ayatollah Taskhiri, man of commitment, endeavor, determination"

Senior Iranian cleric has hailed the late advisor of Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri, as a man of commitment, struggle for Islam and indefatigability who spent his life for promoting Islam.

 

Hujjat-ul-Islam Ahmad Ahmadi Tabar, deputy of cultural affairs at the World Assembly of Ahlul Bayt (AS), has lauded the former secretary general of World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought for his perfect behavior, commitment and relentlessness.

 

He praised the late scholar for his perseverance to promote Islam and said," When Ayatollah Taskhiri found it necessary to discuss with other Muslim clerics and settle misunderstandings, he would bear any difficulty to fulfill his mission because of his commitment."

 

Hujjat-ul-Islam Ahmadi Tabar highlighted the endeavors of the senior scholar for understanding Qur'an, Islam and teachings of Ahlul Bayt (AS), household of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and promoting his findings.

 

"Indefatigability was another feature in Ayatollah Taskhiri as he seriously pursued his responsibilities by all means possible" said the scholar referring to the physical weakness of the late scholar that did not dissuade him to reduce or stop hardworking until his very last days.

 

Cultural deputy at Ahlul Bayt (AS) World Assembly called Ayatollah Taskhiri as a soldier in the resistance front launched by late Imam Khomeini (RA) and followed by the Supreme Leader.

 

Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri, aged 76, spent over five decades of his life for promoting Islam and solidarity between Islamic denominations.

 

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