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Programs to be advanced in the Ten-Day Dawn festivities

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Hojjatol Islam Val moslemin Seyyed Hamed Alam Al-Hoda, Head of the Daheye Fajr Committee formed by the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought delineated the programs to be advanced and forwarded during this span of time, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).

Giving speech in his press conference, the religious cleric slammed sacrilegious measures which aim at defiling Islamic holy faces and concept. Hojjatol Islam Val moslemin Seyyed Alam Al-Hoda stressed insulting to Islam Prophet hurt all Muslims worldwide.

“Although Insulting to Islam Prophet (PBUH) counted by west as a freedom of Speech, but it is a religious take and withstanding such move is literally difficult,” said Head of the Committee.

Elsewhere in his remarks, the unity activist deplore willful measures committed by Takfiri and extremist groups in Muslims countries and underscored one of the programs religious clerics and Islamic unity activists try to fulfill is desisting enemies in committing misdeeds and crimes in Muslim countries including Iraq.

Hojjatol Islam Val moslemin Seyyed Alam Al-Hoda went on to clarify the programs the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought organized for the Ten-Day Dawn festivities or “Daheye Fajr”.

According to him, different gatherings, seminars and meetings will be held in various provinces including Oroumiyeh, Fars, Khorasan and etc. to mark this propitious time.

“The religious cleric underscored this committee arranged different programs for Shia and Sunni people in 12 provinces of the countries,” said Hojjatol Islam Val moslemin Seyyed Alam Al-Hoda.

On the twelfth of Bahman in Iranian calendar or January the 31st, the first day of the festivities, millions of Iranians celebrate the return of the late Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Revolution to Iran from exile.

After more than three decades, Imam Khomeini’s thoughts and beliefs continue to inspire millions of Muslims across the globe. Imam Khomeini spent more than 14 years in exile, mostly in the holy city of Najaf in Iraq.

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