Iranian Sunnis largely attend ceremony to pay homage to martyrs of Saravan

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iran
Wednesday, 30 October 2013

miletryIranian Sunnis largely attended the ceremony to pay homage to the martyrs of Saravan, an Iranian city on border with Pakistan who fell prey to cross-border terror attack. High ranking officials and people from different walks of life also attended.

Molavi Nazir Ahmad Salami, Iranian Sunni representative at the Assembly of Experts attended the ceremony to tribute martyrs of recent terror attack in Sistan and Baluchestan Province and said those behind the recent incident will remain the ever hated figures in the history, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).

He denounced the hostile efforts against the Islamic Republic of Iran and noted,” Enemies, have been hiring ignorant thugs during the past three decades and have spared no effort to damage the sacred system in the Islamic Republic.”

He hailed the proper situation in Iran for coexistence of different Islamic denominations and stressed,” The critical situation in the region has changed in favor of the Islamic Republic of Iran turning that a secure island for fraternal life of Shia and Sunni together which is not favored by the US and Zionist regime of Israel.”

Molavi Salami counted true belief, boosting unity and maintaining the remarks of the Supreme Leader as keys to foil hostile efforts against Iran.

Hujjat-ol-Islam GHolamreza Dehghan, Shia prayer leader of Saravan, in this ceremony called Shia and Sunni communities to maintain their unity and try more to transcend religious and Islamic values in the area.

He warned against domestic clashes as an opportunity for the enemies and urged the people to foil the efforts to divide between different tribes or denominations.

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