News ID: 365840
Publish Date: 22 September 2012 - 09:45
Tehran Friday Prayers Imam:
Navideshahed: Tehran's provisional Friday Prayers Leader Hojjatoleslam Kazzem Sediqi deplored the recent insults to Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), and called on the international community to take action against such sacrilegious moves as they insult all divine prophets.

"Jesus (PBUH) and Moses (PBHU) receive their credits from our Prophet and Quran and any insult to Islam's Prophet is an insult to all humanity and all good things," Sediqi said, addressing a large congregation of worshippers on Tehran University Campus on Friday.

The remarks by the cleric referred to a sacrilegious movie which was produced by an Israeli-American and a series of subsequent cartoons published by the French weekly, Charlie Hebdo, against Islam and prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

The cleric asked the international and legal bodies, elites, academics, art and media people to protest against these insulting moves leveled against Islam and divinity.

Referring to the driving force behind such insults to Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Sediqi said "these people have been frightened by the Islamic awakening which has cut off the hands of the Eastern and Western powers from Muslim lands in the region".

The anti-Islam film has drawn condemnation from numerous countries including Afghanistan, Egypt, Libya, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Iran, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Morocco, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, etc.

In Iran, millions of Iranians in Tehran and other cities across the country held nationwide rallies in protest against the recent desecration of Islam.

The Iranian protesters chanted "Death to the US" and "Death to Israel" slogans, expressing disgust at the US and the Zionist regime's anti-Islam policies.

The film called "Innocence of Muslims", previously called Desert Warriors and Innocence of Bin Laden, is a 2012 anti-Muslim movie which insults Muslims' Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The film has been financed by more than 100 Jews and produced by an American-Israeli man in the US.

The film was being promoted by a Florida pastor, Terry Jones, known for previous Quran-burning stunts that angered Muslims in various countries.

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Source: Fars News Agency

"Jesus (PBUH) and Moses (PBHU) receive their credits from our Prophet and Quran and any insult to Islam's Prophet is an insult to all humanity and all good things," Sediqi said, addressing a large congregation of worshippers on Tehran University Campus on Friday. The remarks by the cleric referred to a sacrilegious movie which was produced by an Israeli-American and a series of subsequent cartoons published by the French weekly, Charlie Hebdo, against Islam and prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The cleric asked the international and legal bodies, elites, academics, art and media people to protest against these insulting moves leveled against Islam and divinity. Referring to the driving force behind such insults to Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Sediqi said "these people have been frightened by the Islamic awakening which has cut off the hands of the Eastern and Western powers from Muslim lands in the region". The anti-Islam film has drawn condemnation from numerous countries including Afghanistan, Egypt, Libya, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Iran, Yemen, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Morocco, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, etc. In Iran, millions of Iranians in Tehran and other cities across the country held nationwide rallies in protest against the recent desecration of Islam. The Iranian protesters chanted "Death to the US" and "Death to Israel" slogans, expressing disgust at the US and the Zionist regime's anti-Islam policies. The film called "Innocence of Muslims", previously called Desert Warriors and Innocence of Bin Laden, is a 2012 anti-Muslim movie which insults Muslims' Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The film has been financed by more than 100 Jews and produced by an American-Israeli man in the US. The film was being promoted by a Florida pastor, Terry Jones, known for previous Quran-burning stunts that angered Muslims in various countries. The End Source: Fars News Agency
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