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Published on 12 Dec 2015 | Category : #letter4u (1&2), Politics

Letter4u heralding globalization of Islamic Revolution: Cleric

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TEHRAN, Dec. 11 – The interim leader of this week’s Friday Prayers of Tehran hailed the letter of Iran’s Leader to the West’s youth.

The letter is a book of thought, exposition of truth, and a kind of invitation for all mettles to the realities of Islam, said the interim leader of Tehran Friday Prayers, Ayatollah Kazem Seddighi, referring to the second letter of Iran’s Leader addressing the youth of the Western countries.

The cleric made the remarks in the second sermon of the weekly ritual on December 11.

He held that the letter draws a distinct line between the right and wrong, as well as, hypocrisy and truth to alert the youth of Iran and the youth of the whole world of the dangers of the cotemporary world hazing the appreciation of the truth.

It is up to us to identify the hypocritical hands and restore the religion of nature; we have to investigate the history to find the exact time of terror on Muslims; to know the source of instability and insecurity in the world, asserted the grand cleric.

Referring to the huge gathering of 27 Muslims in the Iraqi holy city of Karbala in last week, Ayatollah Seddighi praised all who attended the event and appreciated the Iraqi government and nation for generous hospitality offered to pilgrims.

Turkey’s military attendance in Iraqi soil is of harm for both the Turkish and the whole region, underlined the interim leader of Tehran Friday Prayers pointing to Turkey’s deployment of troops to the north of Iraq.

He described the move senseless and dangerous for Erdogan’s domestic approval.

Why are the Turkish making a mistake that would never be forgotten by Muslims, asked the cleric warning the Turkish politicians no to defame their reputation in the history.

The Grand Ayatollah also warned the secular government of Azerbaijan to be respectful to the religious beliefs of its nation.

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