Prayer leader of the Sunni inhibited city of Sanandaj in Iranian province of Kurdistan in Iran called for vigilance of all Muslims against the enemies underlining Islamic solidarity as the most important factor for the future of Islamic nation.
Mamusta Hesam el Din Mojtahedi, Sunni prayer leader of Sanandaj, in his weekly sermon urged Muslims to be vigilant against hostile intrigues of the enemies and note that unity is among the most critical issues for the future of Muslims, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He added,” Iran, home to people from different religions and sects is a true manifest of Islamic proximity in the world and this is achieved in the light of following the guidelines of the Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution as well as vigilance of the Muslim nation.”
Representative of Kurdistan people in the Assembly of Experts also hailed the ideology of Baseej (Mobilization Movement) and said,” This can turn the intrigues and sanctions into opportunities and open the ways amid cultural intrigues.”
Sunni prayer leader also referred to the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Sajjad (AS), fourth Shia Imam and noted,” All Islamic denominations pay special tribute to Ahlul Bayt (AS), household of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) same way that the Sunni people in Kurdistan recognize affection to Ahlul Bayt (AS) as an important part of their ideologies.”
Mamusta Mojtahedi stated,” Undoubtedly following the lifestyle of Ahlul Bayt (AS) enlightens the path of Muslims in all eras and their glory is due to this thought.”
He denounced the efforts of the enemies to undermine the unity of Muslims and highlighted the necessity of knowing the enemies and increasing insight and vigilance among Muslims in a bid to stand against intrigues.”
Friday prayer leader of Sanandaj stressed protecting unity among different Islamic denominations in the country and said,” Qur’an is the constitution for all Muslims and all intrigues can be foiled in the light of performing Qur’anic teachings turning them into opportunities for promotion and development.”