02 May 2020 - 17:37
News ID: 450068
Secretary of Pakistan’s Majlis-e Wahdat-e Muslimeen:‎
Hujjat al-Islam Baqir Abbas Zaidi stressed the need to assist workers due to the present ‎circumstances of the Coronavirus era and called on shopkeepers not to sell goods at high ‎prices.‎

RNA – In a speech marking the holy month of Ramadhan, Hujjat al-Islam Baqir Abbas Zaidi, ‎the Secretary of the Majlis-e Wahdat-e Muslimeen in Pakistan’s Sindh province, called the ‎holy month of Ramadhan the month of blessings, mercy and forgiveness and said, “In this ‎month, God Almighty has allowed his servants to reach their highest levels by fasting, ‎performing prayers, holding ceremonies to recite supplications, sending blessings on ‎Muhammad and the family of Muhammad and other acts of worship.”‎

The Pakistani cleric stated that we can’t achieve great goals only through outward and ‎physical actions, said, “Patience, toleration, brotherhood, expressing helplessness and ‎inability before God Almighty are other ways to achieve great goals.”‎

Hujjat al-Islam Zaidi added, “Due to the problems of the Coronavirus and the implementation ‎of a public quarantine, workers and the needy must be taken care of and shopkeepers must ‎also avoid selling goods at expensive prices.”‎

He stressed that fasting is not just about starving and said, “The prayers of those who ‎harass and annoy others aren’t answered and these people are deprived of the spiritual ‎benefits of fasting.”‎

At the end of his speech, he prayed for the end of the Coronavirus all over the world, ‎especially in Pakistan.‎

Rasa News Agency



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