۱۴ تیر ۱۴۰۱ |۵ ذیحجهٔ ۱۴۴۳ | Jul 5, 2022
Ahmad Marvi

The failure to identify real enemy is the biggest problem of the Islamic world now, says Hoj. Ahmad Marvi, custodian of Imam Reza shrine, in a meeting with Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Pakistani foreign minister, in Mashhad.

Hawzah News Agency- Hoj. Marvi said: “Arrogance creates insecurity in Islamic countries by forming terrorist groups such as ISIS on one hand and creates a wave of Islamophobia by reflecting crimes of these terrorist groups on the other hand”.
He stated: “Some insecurities in Islamic countries are created by Muslims themselves; the enemies of Islam particularly the United States and the Zionist regime deceive ignorant people so that they kill Muslims in the name of defending Islam”.
Custodian of Imam Reza shrine said: “We hope all evils of the enemies will turn back to themselves through more awareness and awakening of Muslim people and their leaders in a way that complete security could be seen in all Islamic countries”.
He added: “No teaching of holy Quran or Prophet Mohammad (bpuh) urges Muslims to harm others just because of their different views. One of the honors and achievements of the Prophet (pbuh) was creation of security among different people and tribes”.
Talking about bilateral issues and holy shrine’s special services for Pakistani pilgrims, Marvi stressed: “A special portico has been considered for Pakistani and Urdu speaking pilgrims so that they can hold various cultural programs such as speeches, mourning, and eulogies in their native language”.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, for his part, pointed to deep relations between two nations, saying: “Iranians and Pakistanis are not simple neighbors, rather they are religious brothers and sisters”.
Bhutto noted: “A large number of Pakistanis travel to Mashhad to visit Imam Reza holy shrine; Pakistani government is grateful for the hospitality of the holy shrine managers towards people of Pakistan”.
Pakistani top diplomat concluded by saying, “I will do my best to facilitate Pakistani pilgrims’ travel to Mashhad as soon as getting back to Islamabad”.
In addition to a government official, Imam Reza shrine hosted a 25-member student-professor group from Pakistan’s Misbah-Ud-Dujja University coming to exchange views and opinions over various scientific issues with their counterparts in Razavi University of Islamic Sciences. The two sides agreed to initiate scientific and research collaborations in various fields.

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