۲۸ مرداد ۱۴۰۱ |۲۱ محرم ۱۴۴۴ | Aug 19, 2022
News Code: 365453
4 August 2022 - 13:36
Mamousta Khodayi

In an interview with Hawzah News in Iranian Kurdistan province, Sunni scholar Mamousta Abdul Rahman Khodayi said,” Undoubtedly, Sunni Muslim’s love and affection for the Ahl al-Bayt (PBUT), especially Imam Hussein (PBUH), is similar to Shia Muslims since this Imam is a model of sacrifice and jihad for all of us.”

Hawzah News Agency - Mamousta Abdul Rahman Khodayi, the Friday Prayer Imam of Baneh city in Iran said in an interview,” Some people, out of ignorance and lack of insight, not only restrict the Ashura movement to a specific time, but also try to consider the grandson of the Messenger of God (PBUH) and his uprising to be exclusive to Shia Islam, which is a mistake; the enemies of Islamic unity are taking advantage of this wrong way of thinking.”

This Sunni scholar said,” Imam Hussain's (PBUH) movement against the tyranny is a global movement and it crossed the borders of Islam, so the school of Ashura does not only belong to the Shia and Sunnis, but also to all freedom seekers in the world.”

Mamousta Khodayi further stated,” Without a doubt, if the Sunnis did not have the love of the Ahl al-Bayt (PBUT) in their hearts, they would never have paid tribute to Prophet Muhammad in Salawat and said the world, ‘Peace be upon Muhammad and his holy family.”

The Friday Prayer Imam of Baneh city went on,” The Holy Prophet (PBUH) said about his Ahlul Bayt: ‘If someone loves me but is an enemy to my Ahlul Bayt, it does not make sense because the Ahlul Bayt of the Messenger of God deserves the same respect as him.’ According to this hadith, anyone who considers Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as the messenger of God will undoubtedly respect to his family as well.”

Pointing out that various fronts seek to sow discord among Islamic sects, he emphasized,” On the one hand, we are witnessing the British Shia and on the other hand, the American Sunni in the Islamic world, both of which are the product of the old British colonial think tank. Therefore, any extremism in religion would end up in deviant sects such as Wahhabism, ISIS, Al-Qaeda, etc.”

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