Rasa – Hujjat al-Islam ‎‎‎al-Qubanchi ‎said that the United States’ tightening of sanctions against ‎Iran is another nonsensical move and said, “Ayatollah Khamenei said that Trump is ‎fleeting ‎and Iran remains.”‎

RNA – In his Friday prayer sermon delivered to a large and fervent crowd of believers in ‎‎the ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎Iraqi holy city of Najaf’s al-Fatimiyah al-Kubra Husayniyah, Hujjat al-Islam Sayyid ‎‎Sadruddin ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎al-Qubanchi ‎said that the tightening ‎ of the sanctions against the Iranian people is another ‎nonsensical move made by the United States and stressed that Iraq will not comply with the ‎decisions made by the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and added, “Ayatollah ‎Khamenei [the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution] said that Trump is fleeting and ‎Iran remains.”‎

The Iraqi Shi’ah scholar ‎valued the convening of a conference under the title “Our Blood Is ‎One” in Baghdad in honour of the Iranian martyrs whose blood was mixed with Iraqi blood in ‎battles against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.‎

While thanking the Popular Mobilization Forces for stressing this cohesion and solidarity, he ‎added, “This conference is a message to the world that Iraq isn’t abandoning its allies.”‎

Hujjat al-Islam ‎‎‎al-Qubanchi ‎also expressed his condolences to the victims of the series of ‎coordinated terrorist suicide bombings against three churches and four hotels in Sri Lanka on ‎Easter Sunday (April 21st) and warned that there are hidden hands of the colonist and ‎arrogant powers in order to create strife between Christians and Muslims.‎

His Eminence likewise denounced the tragic execution of 37 people in Saudi Arabia by the ‎sword, expressed his condolences to the families of the martyrs and condemned the criminal ‎act carried out by Saudi Arabia on false charges.‎

He called for the liberation of the Saudi people, both Shi’ahs and Sunnis and called for ‎patience by the Shi’ahs of Saudi Arabia over the injustice of the House of Saud.‎
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Concerning the law of the sanctity of Najaf, Hujjat al-Islam ‎‎‎al-Qubanchi ‎said that this law ‎doesn’t mean restricting liberties insofar as it’s a refinement of freedoms that Islam believes ‎in and called on young people to understand this matter and help in its implementation.‎

He added, “Islam supports polite and committed freedom and not uncontrolled freedom. ‎The law of the sanctity of Najaf doesn’t mean the restriction of freedoms as much as it’s ‎respect for the freedoms, emotions and religion and values of the people.”‎

Hundreds of residents in Najaf rallied on April 7th and called for a new law that would ‎‎“strengthen the sanctity” of the city of the holy city, which is home to the shrine of Imam ‎Ali.‎

Rasa News Agency


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