“Ayatollah Taskhiri, rare character and rolemodel in Muslim world”, aide
Deputy of Iran at World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of lauded the high character of Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri, advisor of the Supreme Leader as an international character globally known for his contributions to the world of Islam.
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Mohsen Meschi, special deputy at World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought Thought in an interview with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) hailed the ethics and contributions of the recently demised cleric Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri as a role model and rare character across the world of Islam.
He referred to the different positions the late cleric had served in Iran and the international relations he had with religious and political figures in the world.
“The endeavors by late Ayatollah Taskhiri, his trips, knowledge, studies and charismatic figure, ethics and spirit of the great scholar had made him a prominent figure who is hard to be replaced or paralleled by some one else” said the special aide in Iran affairs.
“I personally believe that Ayatollah Taskhiri was an international figure and a rolemode” stressed the deputy at world forum and added that several Iranian organizations and institutions are globally known due to their relation with the late scholar who hadpreviously served in them in acertain time.
According to Mohsen Meschi the former secretary general of world forum was independantly known to various international gatherings rather than standing for a particulalr center or organization.
Mohsen Meschi also praised endeavors by late Ayatollah Taskhiri in line with boosting solidarity in the world of Isla, respect for different religions and denominations, avoiding tensions and confrontation with Takfiri (excommunication) groups.
Ayatollah Mohammad Ali Taskhiri, aged 76, passed away following over five decades of endeavor for promotion of Islamic teachings.
He was globally known for his efforts in line with boosting unity among differernt Islamic denominations. He was the former secretary general of World Forumfor Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought.