Grand Ayatollah Hussein Noori Hamedani, senior Shia jurisprudent, met with a group of scholars, politicians, managers of Islamic centers and also academicians from Pakistan highlighting importance of knowing the enemies calling religious leaders to rise against a government surrendered to the US, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He said, “For centuries Enemies have been struggling to overcome Islamic countries in a bid to dominate their culture and economy.”
The cleric expressed regret over realization of plots to dominate Islamic countries and also domination of Pakistan by arrogant powers due to its deep ties with Saudi Arabia which is a puppet of the US and Zionist regime of Israel.
Ayatollah Noori Hamedani referred to crimes committed in Yemen and Bahrain by Saudi Arabia and noted,” Pakistani government at the demand of Saudi Arabia showed green light for attacking Yemen and had it not been for the Parliament, Pakistan would also join massacre of Yemeni civilians.”
Iranian jurisprudent expressed regret over loyalty of Pakistani Premier, Nawaz Sharif, and Parvez Musharraf, tenth President of Pakistan, to the US and Saudi Arabia and their silence over US drones attacking the country.
He hailed the solidarity of Shia and Sunni Muslims in Pakistan though some villainous figures are among the authorities.
He stressed Islamic unity as the only healing for issues of the Muslim world and added,” Government takes no step in regards to massacre of the Pakistani Shia community; hence, clerics should launch movements for serious measures to handle the issue.”
Iranian cleric criticized Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and Kuwait as puppets of the US and Zionists and stressed,” Saudi Arabia is funding Takfiri terrorists by its petrodollars under a religious pretext. This is while Al Saud prioritizes Jews and Christians over Shia Muslims; therefore, we should not expect improvements in the world of Islam.”
Top cleric added,” Honor of man is quite serious and we intend to safeguard our honor; therefore, here I announce that due to lack of security for pilgrims, this year Hajj is not a religious mandate.”