Taking neutral stance against enemies' crimes, not accepted in Islam
"The message of divine Islam regarding fraternity, peace and coexistence does not mean silence against aggression and oppression," Religious Seminary instructor underlined.
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Addressing a group of seminary students, Hojjatol Islam Naser Rafiei Mohammadi lectured certain Islamic countries for falling silent in facing enemies' crimes and vengeance in the World of Islam and against defenseless people noting, "The message of divine Islam regarding fraternity, peace and coexistence does not mean silence against aggression and oppression", reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
"Merely expressing concerns over the standing plagued situation is not be enough and taking a neutral stance, instead, against the increasing oppression is not reccommended," stressed Hojjatol Islam Mohammadi.
The religious cleric touched upon the current crimes perpetrated by arrogant world on top of which stands the regime of Zionism, urging Muslim nations to make a move and stop enemies in fulfilling their willful objectives in the region.
Along with Hojjatol Islam Naser Rafiei Mohammadi, other Iranian religious clerics believe key to achievements made by Muslim nations is solidarity and unity among different Isalmic sects and ethnic groups, but in the meantime their resistance agianst the common enemies of divine Islam.
In their line, the honor of Muslim nations can be gained in the light of resistance, unity and solidarity.