07 July 2020 - 11:10
News ID: 450360
Majlis Wahdat-e Muslimeen: ‎
Pakistan’s Majlis Wahdat-e Muslimeen condemned the insult to Ayatollah al-Sistani by the ‎Saudi-owned al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper and said, “The Saudi regime has crossed all red ‎lines.”‎

RNA – Pakistan’s Majlis Wahdat-e Muslimeen, in a statement issued by secretary-general ‎Hujjat al-Islam Raja Nasir Abbas Ja’fari, condemned the insulting cartoon published against ‎Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali al-Sistani in the Saudi-owned London-based daily “al-Sharq al-‎Awsat” newspaper on July 3rd.‎

In the statement, it was stated and said, “This is not the first time that the Saudi regime has ‎crossed all red lines and insulted the Iraqi Shi’ah people and tribes. This is an insult to all ‎Muslims in the world.”‎

The Majlis Wahdat-e Muslimeen said, “The world is well-aware of the great role of Ayatollah ‎al-Sistani in protecting the unity and protecting Iraq against the terrorist forces of‏ ‏Daesh.” ‎

The message reads, “We live in a time when we hear the voice of unity and empathy ‎following the insult to this great authority, who is a source of honour and pride for Muslims ‎and Iraqis.”‎

They stressed that the House of Saud’s abominable action is a factor in inciting sedition and ‎is an attack on religious officials and this indicates the weakness of the House of Saud.‎

In conclusion, the Majlis Wahdat-e Muslimeen declared that we stand with the Iraqi people ‎and the religious authorities and condemn these repetitive insults, and call on all the ‎honourable people of the world to stand by us in all possible ways, as well as the dear Iraqi ‎people. We call for vigilance and insight in the face of the sedition that global arrogance is ‎doing in the region.‎

Rasa News Agency



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