“A divided nation will never empower”, Pakistani cleric
It is clear as daylight that disagreement will lead no nation to power. Members of a group might picture themselves to be powerful for a while but to be a mighty Shia group, all members should unite.
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Hujjat-ul-Islam Mohammad Amin Shaheedi, head of Pakistan’s Wahdat Muslimin Party, stressed affection for Ahlul Bayt (AS) as the axis which should be maintained to unite all Muslims, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He stresses spirituality rather than politics as the solution to unite Pakistani people.
The cleric counted disagreement as a shortcoming since once a nation is dispersed their power is divided and the nation will disintegrate and is eventually easily beaten by enemies.
Pakistan and Middle East issues analyst noted that if Shia Muslims are disagree amongst themselves then they should call for help from non-Shia and that might turn to temporary help but will finally weaken them against enemies.
Former member of Islamic Ideology Council touched upon jurisprudence as the commonality of all Shia groups vowing their further predicaments if they do not join based on the principle of jurisprudence.
Hujjat-ul-Islam Shaheedi expressed regret over several plots hatched against Shia Muslims and noted that the objective of his party is to stand against enemies of Shia in Indian Subcontinent.