Aqamiri, a member of the Tehran City Council, believes that no one should prevent the construction of a mosque in the park

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Aqamiri, a member of the Tehran City Council, believes that no one should prevent the construction of a mosque in the park

Mr. Aghamiri, a member of Tehran City Council, stated that no one should obstruct the construction of a mosque in the park.

The head of the Construction Committee of Tehran Islamic City Council stated that we should not hinder charity work for building a house of God. He mentioned that anyone who opposes this good deed, even with a single word, will face consequences in this world and the hereafter.

According to the website City, Seyyed Mohammad Aghamiri, in the 224th session of Tehran City Council, mentioned that the discussion of building a mosque in Qeytarieh Park was raised on social media with many controversies but lacked significance. He expressed that since the beginning of the sixth urban management term, they aimed for parks to be suitable spaces for citizens. The approval of building mosques in parks dates back to the council’s decision in 2004, with 43 mosques built in parks, including Laleh Park, Nahj al-Balaghah Park, and Polis Park.

He pointed out that aerial images of Qeytarieh Park show that the nearest mosque is 450 meters away from the park. He emphasized that if we were to walk to the nearest mosque, the distance would be 600 meters. In the past, when villa houses were built, a mosque was constructed every 200 meters.

The head of the Construction Committee of the Tehran City Islamic Council, Babian, stated that misconceptions have arisen that trees have been cut down. He said that the mayor and council members visited the site and only trees with low branches have been relocated, and no trees have been cut down.

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