Molavi Abdulhamid’s only response to people is patience

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Molavi Abdulhamid's only response to people is patience

Molavi Abdulhamid says the only thing that people respond to is power.

Molavi Abdulhamid, the Sunni Friday prayer leader in Zahedan, said in today’s Friday prayer sermons that if a government does not have the support of the people, it has no value for its people. This region has also failed to secure itself, and it is the people of the province who have maintained the security of the region.

He also addressed the government officials and said, ‘Know that force does not work. The only thing that people respond to is power. This region is filled with different factions, and the larger faction has never been able to impose its power on the smaller faction. Ultimately, they have come together through talking and negotiating with each other.’

The Sunni Friday prayer leader of Zahedan referred to the incident that happened to Armita Ghorband, a student who is in a coma after the Tehran metro incident, and said that all Iranians are concerned about her health, and the whole world is following her news. It must be pursued and dealt with the offending official. The only thing that can satisfy these people is the establishment of justice and the punishment of the guilty.

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