The Islamic world should be grateful to the martyr Soleimani
A well-known Pakistani researcher calling General Qassem Soleimani a symbol of resilience said Muslim nations should be grateful for the sacrifices of this great hero of Islam.
AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): A well-known Pakistani researcher calling General Qassem Soleimani a symbol of resilience said Muslim nations should be grateful for the sacrifices of this great hero of Islam.
Dr Tariq Sharifzada, principal researcher and CEO of Seerat TV, in an interview with the IRNA news agency on Sunday, said on Sunday that before the martyrdom Soleimani was known as a hero to the Iranian nation, but after his assassination , the world has witnessed the sacrifices of this heroic commander.
Sharifzadeh added that without a doubt, the actions of martyr Soleimani in the fight against oppression and terrorism are examples of defending the rights of the oppressed and fighting against arrogant powers.
“This is why anti-Islamic and colonial forces joined together to assassinate him,” he said.
This Sunni figure and expert in religious affairs said: General Soleimani is a hero and model of loyalty to the younger generation, especially the Islamic youth, and this has made enemies fear the popularity of the character of this high martyr rank. .
He said that Martyr Soleimani played an important role in promoting the status of Islam and awakening Muslims, so we and all Muslims around the world should be grateful to him.
The Pakistani researcher stressed that the Islamic world should not forget this beloved and devoted hero, because only the nations who do not forget their myths and their beloved rulers and go on their way will remain.
IRGC Quds Force Commander Lt. Gen. Qassem Soleimani and Deputy Commander of Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), known as Hash al-Shaabi, Abu Mahdi Al-Mohandes were martyred by states United in a targeted airstrike against their motorcade at Baghdad International Airport on January 3, 2020.
Following this terrorist act in the White House, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps fired several ballistic missiles at the US base of Ain al-Assad in the Iraqi province of Al-Anbar, which caused d huge losses to American forces.