Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Ceremony commemorating the fourth anniversary of the death of Grand Ayatollah Mohaqeq Kabuli (RA), the 12th
anniversary of Hazrat Ayatollah Taqaddosi (RA) and the third anniversary of Hojjat-ul-Islam wal-Muslimin Mohseni (RA) passed away yesterday (Friday, June 9) was held by the Islamic Protection Party of Afghanistan with the presence of scholars, clerics, political figures and dozens of people from different walks of life at the party's headquarters in Kabul.
Nader Shah Bahr, the Executive Chairman of the Islamic Protection Party of Afghanistan in Kabul, says that unity and integration among the Afghan society, especially the Shia community, is the only solution to the problems in this country.
Nader Shah Bahr said, "Islamic Protection Party of Afghanistan has organized an annual meeting for these personalities because of their enduring functions".
According to the words of the Executive Chairman of the Protection Party, Ayatollah Grand Ayatollah Mohaqeq Kabuli (RA) has smoothed jurisprudence and authority for the community of Afghan scholars.
He also added that Ayatollah Taqaddosi (RA) had many students, as most of the scholars of Kabul were students of Ayatollah Taqaddosi (RA), he added that Ayatollah Taqaddosi (RA) attached special importance to teaching and for this purpose he did not stop teaching until the end of his life.
According to Bahr, Islamic Protection Party of Afghanistan has been a circle of gathering of scholars and personalities, and even now, great personalities are members of this party.
The executive chairman of the Protection Party says that this party has always taken steps in reforming the society and seeking unity is the main principle of this party.
According to Nader Shah Bahr, the main problem of the current Afghan society is division and the large number of addresses.
He suggested to other parties and elders of the Shia community to extend the hand of friendship to each other and solve the problems of the society in a single line.
On the other hand, Mohammad Amini, the second deputy of Afghanistan's Islamic Protection Party, said that in the past century, the leaders of the country's history have been scholars.
He added that Afghan scholars have tried for years to invite people to religion and equality and have succeeded in this through religious education.