“Unity, biggest demand of Muslim world” Sunni cleric
Mamusta Molla Ghader Ghaderi, attended the ceremonies for birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and the Islamic Unity Week saying the name of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) has always reminded blessing, kindness, fraternity, moderation and avoiding violence, intrigues and extremism, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He stressed all programs in Islam including Eid prayers, Friday prayers and other Islamic conventions are in a way recommendation for unity and that Muslims know each other and the issues in the world of Islam.
He referred to the ceremonies for the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) as an introduction to lifestyle of the prophet of Islam and expansion of kindness saying,” The output of these celebrations should shed light on the high character of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), glory and honor of Islam.”
Prayer leader of Paveh city expressed regret over the present crisis in the world of Islam and the massacre, destruction and insecurity in the Islamic states and that colonial and arrogant powers should make decisions for Muslims.
He called for vigilance of the Muslims to prevent infiltration of enemies in our domestic issues.
Mamusta Ghaderi also referred to influences of the Islamic Unity Week on boosting ties between Shia and Sunni communities and stressed,” The objectives of this solidarity should not be confined to a week or it will lose its effects.”