The friendly relationship between the people of India and the Iraqi people should be focused on within the right religious framework

FROM THE INDIAN CITY OF LUCKNOW

The friendly relationship between the people of India and the Iraqi people should be focused on within the right religious framework

8/3/2020




The strength and integrity of humanity and Muslims and the Shiites of Ahlulbait (PBUH), are provided by our commitment to religion.

The delegation of the Central Office of His Eminence (may Allah prolong his life), responded to the invitation of the late Husseini Speaker’s family, Mirz A. Muhammad, who showed one of the largest preachers of the Imam in the Republic of India to participate in the memorial council, which was held on his soul by the two great Husseini Speakers, the Mirza scholar Muhammad Athar and Mirza Muhammad Ashfaq, in the Indian city of Lucknow.

The speech of His Eminence (may Allah prolong his life) was delivered by the Religious Scholar Sheikh Mahdi Mirza there.

The speech emphasized the prestige and greatness of preachers and missionaries, while performing the sublime message of Islam, and what they have of great importance, especially the concerned two great preachers.

The speech presented a message containing the importance of peaceful coexistence in the Republic of India and the spread of the culture and tolerance that was emphasized by the Messenger of Humanity Muhammad bin Abdullah (PBUH&HF).

This message stressed the importance of strengthening social and cultural relations between the sons of Iraq and India, as well as the importance of preserving the great and great heritage established by the scholars of Islam from the Shiite Scholars there, which established their prayers for love and preserving the authentic origin of Islam as well as adherence to the line of the Great Prophet and his pure family (PBUH&HF) and revive their cause.

The necessity has been indicated of preserving the generations and the youth segment through the fulfillment of everyone's duty towards the new generations.


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