Mawlana Abdol-Hamid forbade Muslims from committing sins and he considered sins the result of ignorance. He also warned of the dangerous consequences of sins in his Friday speech of January 3, 2020.
The Friday Imam of Sunnis in Zahedan said in the presence of thousands of worshipers: “Unfortunately some people are busy with illegal transactions and trades such as selling narcotics and alcohols which have a dangerous consequence for the society.”
“Drinking alcohol and use of it are forbidden in Islam as it is a bad habit that drives a person away from the path of Allah. Those who do not avoid committing such crimes are ignorant who have forgotten their real Lord and the Hereafter”, he added more.
The Iranian Sunnis leader forbade people from illegal business deals and transactions saying: “Don’t be concerned about your livelihood because Allah has guaranteed your living; earn Halal and believe that Allah provides rizq to everyone; to human beings, animals and plants. It encompasses everything on the earth.”
“Earning Halal income is a part of worship, so earn Halal and choose appropriate and legal jobs; those who make money through illegal ways, they will feel the negative impacts of illegal incomes on their lives,” the president of Darululoom Zahedan urged.
Shaikh Abdol-Hamid pointed out to the two big sins, looting orphans’ properties and violating the heritage rulings emphasizing on fair distribution of heritage after burying the dead.
He said that after the death of a person, the best act is to distribute heritage. In this regard don’t pay attention to remarks of people.
“War, bloodshed, murder, adultery, etc. are big sins which destroy societies”, The Imam of Grand Makki mosque said.
He said that Muslims should avoid sins to gain Allah’s satisfaction.
We denounce Soleimani’s assassination
In the second part of his speech, Mawlana Abdol-Hamid reacted to the assassination of the major general Qasem Soleimani and said: “General Suleimani was martyred on Friday in an attack carried out by US drones in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.”
Mawlana Abdol-Hamid offered his condolence termed general Soleimani a famous, veteran and experienced commander.”
“The US has committed an awful crime; we strongly condemn this heinous crime”, the Iranian outstanding Sunni leader said.
At the end of his speech, Shaikh Abdol-Hamid expressed his condolences and sympathy with Mufti Mohammad Qasem Qasemi on the death of his son. He also remembered Mufti Nazar Mohammad Zaeemi, who passed away in a road accident recently.