Messgae of Ayatollah Ramazani to Secretary-General of United Nations

Messgae of Ayatollah Ramazani to Secretary-General of United Nations
Messgae of Ayatollah Ramazani to Secretary-General of United Nations

 

 

 

Ayatollah Reza Ramazani, the Secretary General of the Ahlulbayt (a.s.) World Assembly, sent a letter to the UN Secretary-General, thanking him for issuing a responsible statement and “warning of a tsunami of hatred in the world following the outbreak of the coronavirus.”

 

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA)

 

Ayatollah Reza Ramazani, the Secretary General of the Ahlulbayt (a.s.) World Assembly, sent a letter to the UN Secretary-General, thanking him for issuing a responsible statement and “warning of a tsunami of hatred in the world following the outbreak of the corona virus.”The full text of message is as follow:

 

In His Name, Who is the God of Compassion and Generosity

 

His Excellency, Hon. Mr. Antonio Guterres

 

Distinguished Secretary-General of the United Nations

 

With my best compliments and sincere greetings;

 

Your Excellency’s responsible statement and the warning about the ‘tsunami of hate’ in the wake of coronavirus pandemic is a worthy and commendable step. You have well pointed out some of the dangers and troubles, which I hope will be noticed by the world.

 

Today, the international community is under threat in many ways.

 

The security threats that threaten peace, the economic threats that cause the collapse of social systems and the development of poverty, and the health threats posed by the coronavirus that endanger the health of many people.

 

This is one of the most important concerns of countries in today world. Most threats are posed by arrogant states, but it is people who suffer from harms, especially those living in developing or less developed countries.

 

Now that humanity is plagued by the global outbreak of the ominous coronavirus, it must first be seen as a pervasive popular problem far from political considerations.

 

Secondly, a collective and global action is to be taken to create a culture of altruism, justice and peace in the world. Today, more than ever, humanity is tired of the oppressive and arrogant pressures, and thirsts for justice, peace and peaceful coexistence.

 

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