Iran: Grand Ayatullah Javadi Amoli Voices Support for Pakistan

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Published in Iran
Saturday, 03 December 2011


iraniAyatollah Javadi Amoli, one of the most senior religious clerics and jurisprudents in Iran, voiced support and solidarity with the Pakistani nation in the confrontation with international pressures.     

Speaking to the President of the International Islamic University (IIU) of Islamabad, Mumtaz Ahmad, in Iran's central city of Qom on Friday, Ayatollah Javadi

Referring to some recent developments in Iran and Pakistan, he said, "While Islam teaches us not to oppress others, it also teaches us not let others oppress us." 

Ayatollah Amoli sent his greetings to the intellectuals, scientists and religious leaders of Pakistan "who are making great efforts towards the development of their nation", and hoped that their contributions in science, technology and Islamic thought would be available to other brotherly Muslim countries as well. 

"I hope and pray that the tomorrow of the great and noble nation of Pakistan will be better and brighter than today," he said, an IIU press release said. 

Mumtaz Ahmad conveyed the greetings of IIU Rector Professor Fateh Muhammad Malik and of the university community and assured the host that the IIU would not lag behind in pursuing the goals of the Muslim world unity that was the hallmark of his Foundation for International Education and Research.

"> Aamli said he was "fully confident" that the government and the "brave people" of Pakistan will be able to withstand the pressures of the Western powers and will protect their "honor, independence, and freedom with dignity and perseverance". 

Referring to some recent developments in Iran and Pakistan, he said, "While Islam teaches us not to oppress others, it also teaches us not let others oppress us." 

Ayatollah Amoli sent his greetings to the intellectuals, scientists and religious leaders of Pakistan "who are making great efforts towards the development of their nation", and hoped that their contributions in science, technology and Islamic thought would be available to other brotherly Muslim countries as well. 

"I hope and pray that the tomorrow of the great and noble nation of Pakistan will be better and brighter than today," he said, an IIU press release said. 

Mumtaz Ahmad conveyed the greetings of IIU Rector Professor Fateh Muhammad Malik and of the university community and assured the host that the IIU would not lag behind in pursuing the goals of the Muslim world unity that was the hallmark of his Foundation for International Education and Research.

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