Hajj aims to forge unity among Muslims against arrogance

TEHRAN, May 17 (MNA) – Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the Hajj rituals aim to forge unity among the Islamic Ummah in the face of the Israeli regime and global arrogance.

The Leader made the remarks in a Wednesday meeting with Iranian officials in charge of Hajj pilgrimage affairs and people who will travel to Saudi Arabia’s holy cities of Mecca and Medina to perform the annual rituals.

Ayatollah Khamenei said the Hajj pilgrimage is meant to reinforce unity among Muslim nations in the face of profanity, oppression, arrogance, human and non-human idols and all those things that Islam seeks to destroy or confront.

"If there is no Hajj, the Islamic Ummah will collapse," he stressed, considering the Muslims' denounce of the Zionist regime's crimes as one of the worldly benefits of the huge gathering.

The Leader added that the entire Muslim world must gather and send a message against the Israeli regime.

The influence of arrogant powers is the current issue of the world, the Leader stated, emphasizing that all should demonstrate their power in the face of hegemonic powers.

Hajj is a great opportunity to get to know the nations and global issues and fight against the spread of false news, Leader underlined elsewhere in his remarks.


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