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234 MPs condemn sacrilege of Islamic sanctities

Service : Politic
Tehran, May 5, (ICANA) – The Iranian Majlis (parliament) in a statement on Sunday strongly condemned the desecration of the shrine of two prominent Shia figures in Syria and Jordan by Wahhabi extremists.
Sunday, May 05, 2013 4:40:16 PM
234 MPs condemn sacrilege of Islamic sanctities

The statement, signed by 234 MPs, came after Wahhabi extremists desecrated the shrines of two highly-revered Shia figures in Syria and Jordan earlier this week.

Meantime, Vice-Speaker of the parliament Mohammad Hassan Aboutorabi-Fard in an open session of the parliament on Sunday condemned the Wahhabi moves in desecration of Shia sanctities, saying that " Hujr ibn Adi had an outstanding status among all Islamic sects and in the Muslim World which is quite known to everyone".

The Wahhabis attacked the mausoleum of Ja'far al-Tayyar, a close companion of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and the brother of Shia Islam's first Imam, and torched his grave in Karak province in Southern Jordan on Saturday.

The desecration of al-Tayyar's grave came only a few days after the Wahhabi-backed Nusra Front attacked the mausoleum of Hujr ibn Adi in the Damascus suburb of Adra and exhumed his grave taking his remains to an unknown location. Hujr was a close companion of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and also a companion of Imam Ali (PBUH).

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