Ayatollah Khomeini’s 28th death anniversary observed in Kashmir

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By Fast Kashmir on 04/06/2017. 1 Comment

Ayatollah Khomeini’s 28th death anniversary observed in Kashmir

Srinagar, Jun 04: Founder of Islamic revolution of Iran and contemporary great revolutionary figure Ayatollah Khomeini’s 28th death anniversary was observed by Jammu Kashmir Anjuman Shari Shian at University of Kashmir.

To commemorate the death anniversary a seminar was organized in Varsity that was presided by Anjuman Shari Shian President Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi. Renowned scholars and thinkers expressed their views and offered tributes to Imam Khomeini.
Other scholars and intellectuals who paid tributes to Imam Khomeini included Justice (Rtd) Hakim Imtiyaz Hussain, Moulana Khurshid Ahmed Qanongo, Syed Muhammad Hussain Mosvi, former Vice Chairman J&K Bank Tafazul Hussain and others.
The thinkers on this occasion pitched for unity among Islamic countries. Speakers at the Seminar paid rich tributes to Imam Khomeini and declared him as a leader who abolished thousand year old monarchy and established an Islamic system of government in spite of the opposition of world’s imperialist powers.
In his address Aga Syed Hasan declared Imam Khomeini as the charismatic leader of the century and paid tributes to him. He said that the purpose of the Iranian Revolution and Imam Khomeini was the divine purpose because it was for Islam and religion and Kashmir has to move towards the Iranian revolution when it comes to love and respect, brotherhood and unity would be established on the basis of religious and academic success as well. 
Aga Hasan said that the unity between Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan is in the interest of Islam. He expressed anguish that Islamic countries like Iran, Syria and Lebanon have been excluded in Muslim NATO Force. He said this has been done on the behest of United States of America that has a game plan to create disunity among Muslim countries. (KNS)


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