To form Islamic civilization, delineating Quranic teachings is a must
"To form a new Islamic civilization, we e should explain the teachings of holy Qur'an and the Household of Muhammad Prophet (PBUH) without prejudice," stressed Friday Prayer Leader of Hamoun in Sistan and Baluchistan.
Publish date : Monday 13 November 2017 09:29
Friday Prayer Leader of Hamoun in Sistan and Baluchistan, Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Azizollah in an exclusive interivew with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) detailed his views on the prime importance of promoting unity discussing the standing means to that end.
The religious cleric stressed religious cleric urged clerics not to exclude particular sect or even Muslims from religious principles and teachings.
"To promote the current situation, it is advisable to unite the standing centers and institutes working actively in the affairs of the Islamic religions in the region," underlined the religious cleric.
"To this end, holding meetings of intellectual assistance attended by regional scholars and thinkers can be very effective," pointed out Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Azizollah.
The religious cleric placed emphasis on this telling point that Takfiri groups like Salafi, Wahhabi and so forth and so on have nothing to do with divine Islam, parting these extremist groups from the Sunni community.
"To form a new Islamic civilization, we should explain the teachings of holy Qur'an and the Household of Muhammad Prophet (PBUH) without prejudice," stressed religious cleric noting, "It is also very important not to exclude particular sect or even Muslims from religious principles and teachings."
Elsewhere in his remark, Friday Prayer Leader of Hamoun beckoned to the role of religious jurisprudents in promoting unity noting, "The presence of jurisprudents and clerics in different regions of the country and holding meetings with their attendance can also be helpful."
"Finally, informing cultural activists, such as religious groups, scholars, students, etc., about the schemes hatched by organized groups is a must upon authorities," the seasoned religious cleric concluded.