Iran not to yield to excessive demands

TEHRAN, Jul. 03 (MNA) – Preaching Tehran’s Friday sermons, Ayatollah Imami Kashani reiterated Iran’s negotiating team’s stance.

The Friday prayers ritual of Tehran was held at noon as Ayatollah Imami Kashani led the prayers and preached the congregated worshipers of Tehran in Imam Khomeini Grand Musalla.

During his second sermon, the Grand Ayatollah addressed the opposite side of the nuclear talks saying that Iran will never bend over unconventional demands and will keep its national honor.

 The top cleric referred to the sensitive age of cyber warfare in which the social media and networks are the battlefields where Islam is under attack.

The world of Industry is against the values of humanity, he said pointing to poisonous anti-Islam propaganda on-line.

In another scene, the war is real as Takfiri terrorists, engineered by the arrogant and oil rich powers, beguile the deceivable youth into joining them and distort the true image of Islam, the Grand Ayatollah added.  

He asked the Friday prayers leaders across the globe to awaken the Muslims and introduce the pure Islam which is against violence and terror.

The interim Friday Prayers leader also lamented that “some Middle East countries are manipulated by Zionist regime,” referring to Saudi Arabia “sponsoring ISIL in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon, and attacking civilians in Yemen”.

He expressed hope that the supporters of ISIL soon be challenged by it and be punished by their own plots.

Approaching the international event of Quds Day as the legacy of the late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Kashani elaborated on it as one of the programs devised by Imam Khomeini to build the brotherhood among Muslims all over the world along with Unity Week.

In Unity Week Muslims celebrate Prophet Muhammad’s birthday. Since Shia and Sunni Muslims have two different narratives of Prophet Muhammad's birth date with nearly a week between the two, Imam Khomeini named the days as Week of Unity among Muslims and invited them to celebrate it to share more commonality.  

Every year on the last Friday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, worldwide rallies are held to commemorate the Palestinian people’s resistance against Israel and their struggles to liberate their territories which have been occupied by Israel for decades. Millions of pro-Palestinian demonstrators, including Muslims and non-Muslims, take to the streets to denounce Israel’s atrocities against the people of Palestine and to show solidarity with the Palestinian cause. This year’s Quds Day rallies will be held across the world on Friday, July 17 and in some countries on Sunday July 12.


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