General Secretory of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought spotlighted the leading role of leadership in the Islamic society.
Speaking in a program, Aftab Sharqi (Eastern Sun) broadcasted at Channel one, General Secretary of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought, Ayatollah Mohsen Araki placed accentuation on the leading role of leadership in the Islamic society, reported Taqrtib News Agency (TNA).
“The first conspicuous issue and eye-catching point regarding the Islamic society is the presence and existence of Piet leaders in the Islamic society,” said the grand Ayatollah placing stress on the necessity of following command issued by such leaders.
“There stand a fundamental relation between the role of leadership and the society which accepts this role,” said the senior cleric, stating it would be incumebent upon people to treasure their relations with well-deserved leaders.
General Secretory of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought beckoned to the identity of each society and underscored,” this identity is crystalized in leadership.”
The seasoned cleric went on to stress the importance of piety in characteristic of the leaders and stressed on this very line that a society whose leader not act based one humane principles is not recommended in divine religion of Islam.
The grand Ayatollah touched upon this line that society in which people should abide by orders of leaders, as such, are titled as oppressed societies.
General Secretory of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought mentioned those of people and nations whose leaders are tyrant should stand against this oppression.
In his term, “in such situation, people are not shouldered (based on religious instructions and teachings) to follow the orders and command of their leaders.”
Elsewhere in his remarks, General Secretary of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought urged Muslims to abide by the religious principles and follow the orders of Piet leader and religious jurisprudence.
With rapturous devotion to their duty, leaders try their utmost to abide by the teachings and precepts of divine religionof Islam. Given that their presence can be counted as a divine gift for human being.
Give the above line, according to Ayatollah Mohsen Araki, it would be incumbent upon Muslims from different Islamic denominations and sect to follow the commands of thier leaders and not be ingrate toward god’s kindness and blessing.