(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Head of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought, Ayatollah Mohsen Araki underscored that the divine religion of Islam is based on the unity and rapprochement among people. Speaking among some of Pakistani scholars and elites, Ayatollah Mohsen Araki underscored that Islam is built on proximity but the fake Islam proposed by the U.S and western countries is based on dispersion and disagreement among Muslims. The senior cleric pointed to the present condition of Muslims and underlined that Muslims are at this situation in which their enemies discover the real power of Islam and potential of this religion. The religious scholar pointed to the main difference stand between the real Islam and the one proposed by western countries especially the U.S. “The first feature of the divine religion of Islam is that Muslims should abide by the orders of God in all the conditions and in different realms of politics, economy and social this fact should not be fallen on deaf ears,” Ayatollah Araki pointed out. The religious scholars underscored that in the real religion of Islam, Muslims love and respect their Ahlalbayt and also the holy prophet of Islam (PBUH), “said the religious elites stating that the enemies of this religion and Ahlalbayt are actually the enemies of Muslim nations. Head of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought underlined that in the faked religion projected and offered by the U.S, everyone has this right to announced himself and a reference for the Islamic rules and instructions and even ex-president of the country, Gorge Bush gave himself this right to issue Fatva. The religious scholar underlined that such kind of religion (the fake one) is based on just praying and crying out some mottos but the true religion of Islam is a practical and pragmatic religion.End item/ 149
Head of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought underscored that the divine religion of Islam is based on the unity and rapprochement among people.