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Grand Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi calls all against Takfir


Grand Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi, senior Iranian cleric, called Muslims to unite against Takfiri (excommunicating) terrorists describing that not difficult once Muslims join each other.

Grand Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi, Shia jurisprudent, issued a message to condemn the recent terror attack in Kuwait’s Imam Sadeq (AS) Mosque by Takfiri members calling all not to take a neutral stance against such incidents, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).

Slamming the recent killing of fasting Muslims in Imam Sadeq (AS) Mosque in Kuwait, top Iranian cleric warned against expansion of Takfiri threats saying,” All should beware that if these criminals find the opportunity, they will not have mercy on anybody be it their own supporters.”

Professor at Qom Seminary added,” This heinous crime proved that Takfiri terrorists know no border in their brutal crimes to the point that even in the month of Ramadan and during the Friday prayer in a sacred place like mosques, they can kill praying civilians.” calling that the peak of violence which has not happened in the whole history of man.

Ayatollah Makarem stressed if Muslims united then it is quite easy to uproot Takfiri terrorists and that it is better to do that today rather than tomorrow.

Prominent Shia cleric also demanded Kuwaiti government to seriously investigate into the incident.

Iranian jurisprudent concluded his message with condolences for the families of the victims in this terrorist attack and hoped for prevalence of justice and punishment of the criminals in this incident.

At least 26 people have been killed and more than 220 others injured in a bomb attack at Imam Sadiq (PBUH) Mosque in Kuwait City.

The Kuwaiti Interior Ministry announced the number of casualties from the bombing, which was carried out during the weekly Friday prayers at the mosque in the Sawabir district of the Kuwaiti capital.
This is while the Takfiri ISIL terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

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