۲۸ آبان ۱۳۹۸ |٢١ ربيع الأول ١٤٤١ | Nov 19, 2019
Ayatollah Arafi

Ayatollah Arafi praised the spirit of brotherhood between the Shias and Sunnis of Indonesia while attending the mourning of the Prophet's death (PBUH) and the martyrdom of Imam Hassan Mojtaba (AS).

Hawzah News Agency (Jakarta, Indonesia) –Ayatollah Arafi, General Director of Iran's Islamic Seminaries, attended an event of Shia and Sunnis in Jarkarta during his second trip to Indonesia, the ceremony was a mourning event for Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and Imam Hassan Mojtaba (AS). He gave a speech, followed by a number of speakers from Indonesia.

In his remarks, Ayatollah Arafi thanked the Indonesian government and nation for providing an intimate atmosphere between Sunni and shia brothers, praising it as an honor for the Muslim world and praising the spirit of brotherhood in the most populous Muslim country.

The head of the Islamic seminaries of Iran continued to explain the personality of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) from the point of view of Imam Ali (AS) and their words in Nahj al-Balagha and said: “The closest and most knowledgeable companions of the Prophet (PBUH) were none other than Imam Ali (AS) and the book of Nahj al-Balagha is very important for that matter.”

He pointed out: “The Muslims of Indonesia can better understand teachings of the Qur'an and Islam by reading this book.”

Ayatollah Arafi went on to describe the Prophet's attributes: “The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)was a personality at the height of spirituality and ethics who was able to develop the world with his lightness and spirituality.”

In the final part of his remarks, he emphasized: Today, the Muslim world needs to model the personality of Prophet Akram (PBUH) and put the features of their Prophet in all aspects of life, and if today Muslims, especially Shias do that,     In today's world, they can present a transcendent and luminous image of Islam to today's tired humanity which is hungry for spirituality and ethics.

Ayatollah Arafi during his trip to Indonesia Also attended and lectured in Islamic Seminaries of al-Mustafa, Khatam al-Nabiin and al-Sadiqa al-Zahra Hawzah.

He also went to see Dr. Sayed Abdul Rahman Eidros, one of al-Mustafa's graduates and one of Indonesia's most prominent cultural and political figures.

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