IWPF’s Statement on the Occasion of Eid al-Fitr

On the occasion of the Eid al-Fitr, the Islamic World Peace Forum (IWPF), congratulating this auspicious feast to the Leader of Islamic Revolution, the Muslims, both Sunni and Shia bothers and sisters, as well as the freedom fighters of the world, considers this feast a reward for the virtuous servants of God, who during one month of obedience of God and worship had linked their hearts to the celestial world.
The month of Ramadan is the camp of resistance, month of worship, obedience of God, honor, virtue, piety, compromise, tolerance, coexistence, empathy, kindness and collective life. Ramadan is a furnace that burns man’s egoism and turns him into a new being with a new spirit, and, hence, the Eid al-Fitr is emergence of a new human being from his/her own ashes. The IWPF considers Eid al-Fitr a great feast at the end of the Divine Party, when the true believers and fasting Muslims receive the reward of their resistance and their endeavor to sincerely obey and worship God.
Eid al-Fitr is the festival of returning to man’s pure nature in the light of one month of pure worship and attempt to remove the dusts of sin, wrongdoing, and ignorance from hearts and souls. The Eid al-Fitr, for those who have appropriately appreciated the month of Ramadan, is the day of announcement of victory over the idol of carnal self and the day of thanking the Divine Court for inviting us to His Divine Party and guiding us during this party.
Today, the world, due to excessive demands of the West and some of their lackeys, faces lots of challenges and problems. These problems have created several tensions in the Muslim world to the extent that the world of Islam is faced with problems such as sectarian and religious conflicts, pseudo mysticisms, pogrom of the Muslims, etc. Without any doubt, the enemies of Islam too, while creating and intensifying domestic, regional and international crises, try to fish from this troubled water and make maximum use of it.
The IWPF, as a non-governmental organization, active in the field of establishment of just peace in the world, considers Islam as a religion of mercy, forgiveness, equality, just peace and peaceful coexistence among all religions and servants of God. Hence, beseeching God to accept the worships of all Muslims of the world and those of the believers and fasting people, the IWPF considers the Eid al-Fitr as the beginning of fundamental changes in the lives of worshippers of God, pious people and freedom fighters of the world and calls on them to refer to the true teachings of Islam and join hands to make the world free from injustice, oppression and fratricide.


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