Urging on protection of law & order in the province of Sistan-Baluchistan, Iran, Shaikh Abdol-Hamid asked the elements who want to destabilize peace in the region to adopt peaceful ways for their demands.


Khateeb of Sunnis said on Friday, 10 Oct. 2014, “Different classes of people in Sistan-Baluchistan want to see their province peaceful and stable. Security is must for development and elimination of poverty from this region.”

Alluding to the ‘Week of Police’ in Iran, Shaikh Isma’eelzahi congratulated this week to the personnel of police. He said that peace was one of the greatest blessings of Allah; material and spiritual advancements are possible only if there is peace. Seminaries, universities, industry, agriculture, commerce and etc. can observe any development only in peaceful societies.

“We should know the value of peace and strive to maintain it; all should play their role to protect peace as they can,” he added more.

Pointing out to murder of some policemen in Saravan district near Pakistani border, Shaikh said, “I condemn the terrible attack on police where some personnel lost their lives. Such crimes, regardless to the groups or individuals who were behind them, are shabbily and cowardly.”

He further said, “Our province shares border with Pakistan and Afghanistan; these two states which are very respectable for us, suffer from insecurity. We should not wait to see insecurity entering Iran; rather we should export peace to other countries.”

Shaikh underlined, “I am sure the government and people who live in frontier areas do not allow anyone to create anxieties. Security is the first step for development and decreasing the rate of poverty. It is good the current government of ‘hope and discretion’ and governor of Sistan-Baluchistan are determined to utilize the capabilities of people from different backgrounds; certainly participation of different sects and ethnic communities in the management of the country boost unity and durable peace.”

“Insecurity in the region follows by more intervention opportunities for the strangers. Nowadays, the enemies of Muslims in Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen and other states where insecurity creates problems for people misuse the situation; people suffer from anxieties as they have been hearing the boom and peal of bullets, explosions and bombardment of fighter jets. By the blessings of Allah, in Iran we enjoy a good situation of peace and security which should be protected; if anyone has any demand, he should follow up his case by legal and licit channels”, Khateeb of Sunnis in Zahedan urged.

He expressed his satisfaction from the role of security authorities in Sistan-Baluchistan who show sagacity to deal with different issues in the province, as Shaikh said. He emphasized relying on people, trusting on ethnic and religious communities and responding to their demands positively make states ‘powerful’ as they would be able to resist the pressure of superpowers despite lack of facilities.”

Intelligence Ministry should recognize facts impartially & analyze groups and policies correctly
In another part of his speech on the Friday gathering for prayers in Zahedan, Shaikh Abdol-Hamid congratulated the foundation anniversary of the Intelligence Ministry in Iran to the personnel of this important ministry.

He said in this regard, “Every country needs information; otherwise it would suffer from complicated crises. The Intelligence Ministry of our country enjoys a much higher rank in experience and development comparing with the regional countries.”

Reminding some responsibilities of the Intelligence Ministry, the rector of Darululoom Zahedan stated, “It is very important point about the responsibilities of the Intelligence Ministry that facts and realities unbiasedly to the pertinent authorities who make decisions. As well as, correct and just analyses of the events and facts is very considerable; otherwise the officials may make wrong decisions about national and international issues based on wrong information and analyses.”


Published on : 11 October, 2014

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