Ahlul Bayt World Assembly Will Write a Letter to Azerbaijan President to Solve Shia Problems


JNN 03 Jan 2011 : In a meeting with the head of Ahlul Bayt World Assembly and delegation of Azeri Shias, the difficulties and problems of Ahlul Bayt followers in Azerbaijan have been considered.

In the meeting the ex leader of Azeri Islamic Community “Haj Ali Ikram Aliuf” presented a reports of the situation of the oppressed Shias and their bravely resistance on the ban of Hijab in universities.

The delegation severely condemned the Azeri government and said: the government illegally banned the Hijab in universities without parliament permission just because of testing the community’s tolerance against anti-religious activities.

“The people of Azerbaijan never give up their religion – especially zealous woman – and will strongly resist against anti-religious and Islamphobia.”  the delegation affirmed.
The head of Ahlul bayt World Assembly said: No power in the world can eliminate Islam and Ahl ul Bayt, because Islam is in the soul of mankind.

“Shias during the Period of Communist, difficulty protected their faith and now they should be in welfare and freedom to do their rituals.”  Akhtari said.

At the end Akhtari stressed that in near future Ahlul Bayt World Assembly  would write a letter to the Azerbaijan president “Elham Aliuf” and will explain him the most important problems of Shia Muslism.

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Senior Sunni Cleric of Al Azhar University Severely Condemns Wahhabi's Holding Feasts on Ashura


JNN 03 Jan 2011 : Al-azhar university cleric severely blasts Wahhabis for holding feasts on Ashura, mourning day for the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS).

Senior Sunni cleric Sheykh Khalid Muhammad Kamal al-Shazli in a speech in the Egyptian capital of Cairo pointed to the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (AS), the third Shia Imam and grandson to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and said that holding mourning ceremonies on the day of Ashura is one of the best ways of worshipping God.

A professor to Al-azhar university, Sheykh Khalid Muhammad Kamal al-Shazli said,” In the holy books of the Sunni, there are references to the catastrophes of Imam Hussein (AS) and holding feasts and parties on this day is absoulutely out of one’s ignorance and if Muslims do so, they have to change their way.

Wahhabi-related media every year in the mourning month of Muharram recite uncertain narrations which introduce Ashura as the day of feast and parties thinking that one has to hold a party on this day and double the blessings of the day by fasting.

Noteworthy to say that the Egyptian and people of Cairo in particular, including Shia and Sunni have a special attention to Imam Hussein (AS) mosque believing that the head of Imam Hussein (AS) [decapitated after his martyrdom] was carried by one of the daughters of Imam Hussein (AS) to Egypt as a way of protection from the enemies.

The place is now considered a holy place and much respected by both Shia and Sunni.

Senior Sunni Cleric of Al Azhar University Severely Condemns Wahhabi’s Holding Feasts on Ashura


JNN 03 Jan 2011 : Al-azhar university cleric severely blasts Wahhabis for holding feasts on Ashura, mourning day for the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS).

Senior Sunni cleric Sheykh Khalid Muhammad Kamal al-Shazli in a speech in the Egyptian capital of Cairo pointed to the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (AS), the third Shia Imam and grandson to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and said that holding mourning ceremonies on the day of Ashura is one of the best ways of worshipping God.

A professor to Al-azhar university, Sheykh Khalid Muhammad Kamal al-Shazli said,” In the holy books of the Sunni, there are references to the catastrophes of Imam Hussein (AS) and holding feasts and parties on this day is absoulutely out of one’s ignorance and if Muslims do so, they have to change their way.

Wahhabi-related media every year in the mourning month of Muharram recite uncertain narrations which introduce Ashura as the day of feast and parties thinking that one has to hold a party on this day and double the blessings of the day by fasting.

Noteworthy to say that the Egyptian and people of Cairo in particular, including Shia and Sunni have a special attention to Imam Hussein (AS) mosque believing that the head of Imam Hussein (AS) [decapitated after his martyrdom] was carried by one of the daughters of Imam Hussein (AS) to Egypt as a way of protection from the enemies.

The place is now considered a holy place and much respected by both Shia and Sunni.