Ayatollah Emami Kashani who led this week’s edition of Tehran Friday Prayers said unity of Lebanese tribes in the current circumstances would neutralize Al Saud’s plot to cause turbulences inside the region.
Tehran’s Interim Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Mohammed Emami Kashani referred to the earthquake in the western part of Iran saying “regrettably, the bitter incident occurred and may God bless those killed and heal those injured.”
He later thanked the whole great nation of Iran for the help and aid they sent to the earthquake-stricken people; “It is a good thing that our people are so kind and affectionate.” The cleric emphasized that real Muslims will always care about plight of other Muslims and urged those who are able to construct a shelter for quake-hit individuals.
Sadly, in today’s world, at a time when an earthquake of this magnitude emerges, certain villain states encourage others not to assist the victims, highlighted the official asserting that it was a misfortunate sign the American president to speak so spitefully. “It is also a sign of misery and humiliation when a country who claims to be an advocate of Holy Shrines commits crimes in the name of al-Saud and has evil plans for Islamic countries by providing the Israeli regime with a budget to attack Muslims.”
Referring to the resignation of Saad Hariri, he said the measure indicated the large number of plans hatched by the enemy for Islamic countries. “Although they seek to create seizures in the region and Lebanon, the people and tribes of Lebanon are alert. I thank all the Lebanese people, especially Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, who said if Saad Hariri will be welcomed by everyone in case he returns to Lebanon. His remarks managed to neutralize conspiracy of Al Saud.”
Ayatollah Emami Kashani said “the conditions of the world are sensitive today and Muslim nations need to find unity against enemy plots. The enemies want us to return to ignorance, but the call of Mohammad the Prophet was keep away from ignorance, which would be accomplished only through unity.”
He urged people to keep distance from cruel rulers underlining that it was a duty for all Muslims to unite against the enemy.