15 May 2019 - 02:09
News ID: 444906
Ayatollah Seddiqi:‎
Rasa – The temporary Friday prayer leader of Tehran ‎described the countries economic ‎problems as a result of trusting the enemies and told the officials: “What sanctions did the ‎JCPOA remove which you want to select again?”‎

RNA – Speaking on a lecture during the holy month of Ramadhan at Tehran’s Shahid Beheshti ‎Mosque, Ayatollah Kazem Seddiqi said, “Man must not be negligent of himself. The ultimate ‎act of neglect of misguidance.”‎

The temporary Friday prayer leader of Tehran emphasized that all humans avoid oppression, ‎betrayal and deception in an intrinsic and rational manner and said, “God promised to man ‎both a promise of sustenance and a promise of knowledge. Therefore, if man has the fear ‎of God and does righteous deeds, God will grant him sustenance ‎and insight.”‎
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Ayatollah Seddiqi added, “The insightful man recognizes the enemies in a timely manner and ‎distinguishes sedition and knows that he must not take the promises of the enemies ‎seriously because he knows that the promises of the enemies are lies.”‎

He continued, “In regard to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [JCPOA], whatever the ‎enemies wanted, the negotiators did so beforehand, and they were very hasty to gain their ‎confidence. Now, it must be asked of these same negotiators ‘did this trust change the ‎enemies’ confidence in you or were they afraid of you?’ The same action taken by the ‎authorities in regard to the issue of the JCPOA didn’t allow the enemies to fulfill their ‎promises but Iran’s negotiating team did whatever they wanted before the deadline.”‎

He said that during the negotiations, the officials and the negotiating team promised the ‎people that the sanctions would be lifted from the day the agreement was signed and noted, ‎‎“Today, one must ask these same officials which one of the sanctions was lifted? These high ‎costs, economic problems, the lack of price controls, unemployment and production cuts ‎are all the result of trusting in the enemies.”‎
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Ayatollah Seddiqi added, “If you didn’t stretch out your hands to the enemies with the fear of ‎God, you would didn’t be facing an economic, political and social stalemate today.”‎

Rasa News Agency


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