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Hujjat al-Islam Sayyid Sadruddin al-Qubbanchi delivered the sermons of Friday prayer of Najaf, Iraq, during which he addressed the US ambassador to Iraq and said, "Ms. Ambassador, Iraq's primary threats are ISIS, terrorism, and internal crises. We do not have militias; instead, we have an official Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) that collaborates with security and military forces to safeguard Iraq's security."

Hawzah News Agency- During Friday sermons delivered at Hosseinieh Azam Najaf Ashraf Hujjat al-Islam Sayyid Sadruddin al-Qubbanchi, the Friday prayer Imam of Najaf Ashraf, stated that Saudi Arabia should first apologize to God Almighty and secondly to Islam and Muslims for the shortcomings that occurred during this year's Hajj season and previous years.

“The death toll of pilgrims this year has exceeded a thousand in a situation where medical services and care were limited, which calls for the condemnation of the Saudi government for its failure to manage the Hajj season,” he lamented.

Addressing the newly appointed US ambassador to Iraq, the Friday prayer Imam of Najaf Ashraf clarified that the ambassador's primary mission in any country is to organize relations between two countries.

He expressed grave concern over the ambassador's remarks during her Senate session, where she said she would exert all her efforts to curb militias in Iraq and Iranian influence, as Iran represents a malevolent element in Iraq, and this country and the militias it supports are the cause of destabilization of security in Iraq.

Hujjat al-Islam Sayyid Sadruddin al-Qubbanchi emphasized that such statements are unbecoming for an ambassador.

He further said, "Ms. Ambassador, Iraq's primary threats are ISIS, terrorism, and internal crises. We do not have militias; instead, we have an official Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) that collaborates with security and military forces to safeguard Iraq's security."

"Iran, like other neighboring countries, is a neighbor with which we share borders and common interests," he underscored

The Friday prayer Imam of Najaf Ashraf called on the Iraqi government not to approve this ambassador.

In another part of his speech, he noted, "There are four million Iraqi refugees outside of Iraq and innocent citizens who have been forced to leave their country due to circumstances. We call for their return to the homeland that opens its arms to them, except for those who have criminal records."

During the religious sermon, Najaf Ashraf's Friday prayer Imam addressed the week of Wilāya and great Eid al-Ghadir, saying three divine decisions were made on Eid al-Ghadir:

The first one is the allegiance of Ghadir in which definitive divine decree that cannot be postponed was issued, as stated in the Quran: یا ایها الرسول بلّغ ما انزل الیک من ربک وان لم تفعل فما بلّغت رسالته O Apostle! Communicate that which has been sent down to you from your Lord, and if you do not, you will not have communicated His message. Here, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) announced the divine decision regarding the appointment of Imam Ali (PBUH) to the Imamate and succession.

The Imam of Najaf’s Friday prayer went on to explain, “The second decision is this word of God who says:

Today the faithless have despaired of your religion. So do not fear them, الْيَوْمَ يَئِسَ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا مِنْ دِينِكُمْ فَلَا تَخْشَوْهُمْ وَاخْشَوْنِ. That is Islam is preserved and the Wilāyah of Imam Ali (PBUH) has safeguarded Islam forever”

“The third decision is that Islam has been completed in such a way that Almighty God says, ‘الیوم أکملت لکم دینکم واتممت علیکم نعمتی ورضیت لکم الإسلام دینا Today I have perfected your religion for you, and I have completed My blessing upon you, and I have approved Islam as your religion,” he clarified.

Concluding his remarks, the Friday prayer Imam of Najaf Ashraf said today in Iraq, the government's political decision regarding Eid was issued, according to which Ghadir has been declared an official and national holiday in Iraq; this is the victory of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

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