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Published Date: Saturday 10 August 2019 - 08:25:01
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Ayatollah Khamenei condoles with Afghans on demise of senior Shiite cleric

Ayatollah Khamenei condoles with Afghans on demise of senior Shiite cleric
IRAN  - Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei extended his condolences to the Afghan people on the demise of senior Shiite Cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Mohammad Asif Mohseni.

Ayatollah Khamenei extended his condolences to followers of Ayatollah Mohseni on his death.

In his message, Iran's Leader hailed Ayatollah Mohseni's efforts in the Islamic country of Afghanistan in political and cultural areas as well as the valuable spiritual legacy that the prominent Afghan cleric left after his death.

He further wished Allah's blessing for the deceased Afghan religious scholar.

Ayatollah Sheikh Mohammad Asif Mohseni, the head of Afghanistan's Shiite Ulema Council, passed away on Monday in Kabul due to an illness.

A huge crowd of people among them his students and people from all layers of society from across the country took part in his funeral.

Ayatollah Mohseni was a distinguished figure among Shiite Marja Taqlid (sources of religious emulation).

 

News Code: 28036
Published Date: Saturday 10 August 2019 - 08:25:01
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