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Silence of Saudi scholars on Zionist regime termed sad

KARACHI: The silence of Saudi scholars on the crimes of the Zionist regime is sad and against the Quranic principles. Scholars and pilgrims of the House of God should express hatred against polytheists during the Hajj season, says a Press release.
Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran Karachi organized a special thoughtful conference during the days of Hajj with the cooperation of the Iranian Consulate in Karachi, with the title “expressing hatred against polytheists on the occasion of Hajj from the perspective of the Holy Quran”. Conference was participated by the famous Pakistan Intellectuals, religious figures, and university professors.
Head of Khana-e-Farhang Islamic Republic of Iran-Karachi, Saeid Talebi Nia, said in his address that the leader of the Islamic Revolution, in the context of the massacre of Palestinian Muslims in Gaza and Rafah by the Zionist government and its supporters, named this year’s Hajj “Hajj Baraat”. This year, as we are witnessing open atrocities and killings of Palestinian Muslims by the Zionist regime and its allies, all pilgrims and Muslims should stand against the brutal persecution of Palestinian Muslims, taking advantage of this auspicious occasion, following the fundamental teachings of the Holy Quranic.
The cultural attaché of Iran in Karachi described the silence of Saudi scholars in the face of all these barbaric crimes of the Zionists as sad and contrary to religious and Quranic basic teachings and asked the scholars and all pilgrims of the House of God to use all possible means during the Hajj season to express their hatred against Zionist regime.
In another part of this conference, the Consul General of Iran in Karachi, Hassan Noorian, emphasized the unity and solidarity among the Muslims of the world to stop the genocide of the Muslims of Gaza and Rafah by the Zionist government. Other speakers who participated in this session through mentioning the crimes of the Zionist government in Gaza and Rafah, highlighted the need for Shia and Sunni unity to defend the oppressed people of Palestine, and especially through expressing their hatred against the polytheists
during the Hajj Ibrahimi.
Prominent personalities participated in the meeting emphasized the fact that from the perspective of the Holy Quran, the purpose of Hajj is not only to gain personal reward, but to increase awareness among Muslims about each other is one of its main goals. Given the current situation in Palestine, pilgrims this year need to focus on this issue more than ever. They should announce openly to keep distance from the polytheists particularly from the Zionist regime and its Western allies as their top priority.
Speakers participating in the event described the act of stoning Satan on the occasion of Hajj as a sign of modern-day protest against the oppressive Zionist government and its supporters and asked Muslims around the world to pay more attention to these issues.
In the continuation of this meeting, the attendees paid tribute to the great services of the martyrs of the helicopter crash incident in Iran and recited Fatiha for the peace of their souls. Finally, a resolution was unanimously passed and issued in support of the oppressed people of Palestine and condemnation of the Zionist government, which was signed by all the people present at the meeting.
The religious scholars, professors and important socio-political figures participated in this event included: Sheikh Hasan Salahuddin, Sheikh Saleem, Sheikh Ahmed Nahvi, Central Secretary General of Shia Ulema Council of Pakistan Allama Shabir Hasan Maithmi, President of the Board of Imamia Imams and Scholars, Maulana Muhammad Hussain Raisi, Secretary General of the Board of Imamia Imams and Scholars Maulana Asghar Shahidi, famous religious scholar Maulana Asghar Durs, Director of Minhaj-ul-Quran Educational Complex in Karachi and Khatib of Rahmaniya Masjid Mufti Ijaz Qadri, Deputy Secretary General of Jamiat-e-Ulema Pakistan Maulana Molana Syed Aqeel Anjum, President of Muttahida Ulema Mahaz Pakistan Maulana Abdul Khaliq Faridi, General Secretary of Muttahida Ulema Mahaz Pakistan Maulana Amin Ansari, President of Muslim League (N) Ulama Wing Sindh Syed Azhar Ali Shah Hamdani, Dean of Islamic Studies, University of Karachi Professor Dr. Zahid Ali Zahidi, lawyer of Supreme Court of Pakistan Mir Khalid Nawaz Marwat.

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