Rasa – Ayatollah Mousavi-Jazayeri‎ referred to the arrival of the intense heat of summer and ‎called for the solving of problems and provision of air conditioning units for the flood victims ‎in Iran’s southwestern Khuzestan province. ‎

RNA – In an exclusive interview with Rasa News Agency, Ayatollah Sayyed Mohammad-Ali ‎Mousavi-Jazayeri, the representative of the people of Khuzestan province in the Assembly of ‎Experts, stated, “Through divine favour and blessings, people from different areas and cities, ‎the sources of emulation and the Islamic Seminary of Qom have answered our call to help ‎the flood victims and our tongues is unable to name and give thanks. ‎In this regard, we ‎offer our infinite appreciation for them and pray for them.”‎

The head of the Islamic Seminary of Khuzestan stated that one of the most painful issues ‎for us is the hot weather and said, “It’s now April and the weather is a bit tolerable but if the ‎flood problems last up to one or two months and the air temperature reaches 50 degrees or ‎more, given that many of the flood victims live in tents, and it’s not possible to install air ‎conditioning units in the tents nor are such tents available, so what should we do next?”‎

Ayatollah Mousavi-Jazayeri‎ stated that the building of houses for the flood victims may last ‎for more than one or two years and added, “In this regard, what is the task of the flood ‎victims in that extreme heat with the lack of air conditioning units‎? Should the flood victims ‎who survived the flood die in the heat?”‎
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His Eminence said that the country’s managers and planners must think about measures to ‎resolve these issues. At the same time, we are asking all the countrymen and statesmen for ‎assistance.‎

He added, “Within two months, the heat of Khuzestan won’t be tolerable but rather it will be ‎fatal and it will be even more deadly for the children, the weak, the elderly.”‎

In conclusion, Ayatollah Mousavi-Jazayeri expressed his hope to see answers and immediate ‎solutions to these problems.‎

Rasa News Agency


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