Shaikh Abdol-Hamid alluded to the plots of the enemies to spread their cultures and customs and make Muslim countries ‘suspicious’ about each other in his latest Friday sermon of 3rd Nov. 2017.
He said: “As the people in the Middle East and region have been awakened, enemies of Islam want to divert the direction of Islamic awakening and create domestic scuffles.”
“The enemies and strangers have been struggling to spread their cultures in Muslim states and impose their customs and standards on Muslims. The trips of leaders of ‘super powers’ is a clue that big powers want to make Muslim states suspicious about each other finding a market to sell out their weapons. As well as they work hard to impose their opinions and cultures on Muslim societies,” chairman of the Coordination Council of Sunni Seminaries in Sistan-Baluchistan said.
Shaikh Abdol-Hamid concluded his points: “Muslims of different countries should not be afraid of each other; rather they should know it is one of the most important plots of enemies to make them suspicious about each other. Muslim leaders should stand before such plots and react against them.”