A senior Iranian official, Hussain Sheikholislam has emphasized that without justice there can be no peace.
In an exclusive interview with Iran Press on Tuesday, Hussain Sheikholislam, deputy head in charge of international affairs of the world assembly for proximity of Islamic schools of jurisprudence, emphasized that peace and justice are intertwined and that peace is unstable, without justice.
The deputy head in charge of international affairs of the world assembly for proximity of Islamic schools of jurisprudence emphasized that the Yemeni people are being oppressed and killed, and it is unfair asking them "not to defend themselves, not to fight for justice, and not to rise and fight for their rights."
In further remarks, Hussain Sheikholislam said: "Those who are oppressed will rise and fight for their right because, fighting for your right is something natural. Justice is more fundamental and more radical in comparison with peace. Yes, when there is no justice, there can be no peace either."