Member of Supreme Council of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thoughts severed any tie between the religion of Islam and measures committed by DAESH.
The Member of Supreme Council of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought, Molavi Nazir Ahmad Salami in an exclusive interview with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) rapped extremist groups severing any possible tie between the divine religion of Islam and willful measures perpetrated by the Takfiri group of DAESH.
The religious cleric underscored Islamic teachings and principles gave consummate attention to the prime importance of unity and all divine religions shared same principles enjoying many a commonality in various areas.
Molavi Nazir Ahmad Salami went on to stress religious differences only lie in minor issues, given that people from all religions and denominations should refrain from highlighting these points which in turn lead to disunity and dispersion among Muslims worldwide.
"Scientifically speaking, proximity refers to get closing to each other, removing and sorting out conflicts and not placing stress on minor differences," pointed out The Member of Supreme Council of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought demanded people to make a move for boosting unity and solidarity.
According to Molavi Nazir Ahmad Salami, Muslims should promote proximity despite their standing differences which should not be held as criteria for making decision and a justification for writing or commenting against each other.
The representative people of Sistan and Baluchistan at the Supreme Leader's Assembly of expert beckoned the current vandalism the world is mired counting unity as a way for going through this and putting an end to the plagued milieu people worldwide are wrestling with.
In his line, Muslims and people from other divine religion should behave with each other magnanimously and treasuring their brotherhood and friendship so as to be able to make head way and counter terrorism in the World.
"The divine religion of Islam is against violence and given quite a few narrations and Quranic verses around this issue, we can infer Muhammad Prophet (PBUH) stood against extremism of any type and sort and placed emphasis on the necessity of unity, solidarity and proximity among people."
"Those of people resorting to violence and terror disguising themselves as Muslims have no conception of the divine religion of Islam," concluded the Member of Supreme Council of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thoughts urging Muslim to preserve unity so as to reach a perfect amity among nations.