The Muslim Representative of Senegal:

Imam Khomeini Was Against Injustice and Oppression

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Imam Khomeini Was Against Injustice and Oppression

The representatives of Syria, Senegal, Venezuela and Bahrain talked about the impact of the Islamic Revolution of Iran and the advices of Imam Khomeini on the recent raising of the world’s Muslim at the Al-ghadir hall of Zanjan University.

According to Jamaran news agency’s report from the ISNA, Dr. Heidar Abbasi, the representative of Syrian Muslims talked at this session: “Today’s Islam is different to the pre Iran’s Islamic Revolution era and the only reason for that is the establishment of the pure and noble Islam of Mohammad against the excommunication Islam of the West by Imam Khomeini.”

During this meeting, Mohammad al-Amin, the representative of Senegalese Muslims, by emphasizing that reading books about Imam’s childhood, teenage hood and his activities will help us to analyze his character, said: “These books aren’t just from Muslim authors, but any human who believes in beneficence and justice, his mind won’t refuse the presence of an honest and scholar like Imam Khomeini.”

He stated: “Imam Khomeini was an honest man and he was against injustice and oppression and alot of results from his fighitings against injustice are left for the oppressed people of the world; and all this is while he never used the materials of this world for himself.”

Sheikh Hassan an Indonesian Muslim, another lecturer at this ceremony, said: “Imam Khomeini, not only raised himself up in studying the Principles of Islam and Fiqh and reaching to the Ijtihad degreem but he was also a scholar in logical activities like Kalam, Philosophy and Mystics.”

“Imam Khomeini not only was an expert in all human dimensions, but he also was an expert in Islamic Mysticism and also in Islamic Science.”

At the end of this session, Shaikh Hassan Qassab, the representative of Bahraini Muslims by issuing that the Islamic awakening had starred in Bahrian from 230 years ago and at the time that the Al Khalifa starred their ruling with the oppression of the Arab tribes and it raised to its peak at the time of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, said: “One of the honors of the Bahraini people is that they have accepted together Islam and the Leadership of Imam Ali and they are among the the Muslim believers.”

He added: “The impact of Iran’s Islamic Revolution on the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf region were viewed in Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.”