राम मंदिर विवाद पर इराक ने जारी किया फतवा कहा मस्जिद बनाओ अयोध्या में नह...

The 26-year-old Ayodhya temple dispute has now crossed the country's borders and reached the world level. The Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, the highest religious leader of the Shia community, has issued a fatwa and said that the construction of the temple or any other religious site on the property of the Waqf can not be allowed.

What is the highest religious leader of the Shia community

In fact, Wasim Rizvi, Chairman of the UP Shia Waqf Board, had proposed in the Supreme Court regarding the grant of Waqf property for the construction of Ram Temple. After which Shia Buddhist, Dr. Mazhar Abbas Naqvi in ​​Kanpur, demanded issuing fatwa by sending mail to the Sistani office in Iraq. This statement of Sistani has come in the wake of statements made by the UP Shia Waqf Board Chairman, Wasim Rijvi for the continuous construction of the temple. Sistani said that the mosque was built by Shi'a rulers. Therefore, rights on property are waqf.

Waqf board under international pressure

On the other hand, Rizvi has said that the Shia Waqf Board has international pressure on the fact that it supports the people who filed the lawsuit against the Babri Masjid. This fatwa issued by Ayatollah is part of the strategy. Shia Wakf Board will run according to the rules of the Constitution of India. Not under the pressure of a terrorist or a fatwa. We are not obliged to follow Ayatollah's advice.

What did Rizvi say in response to Fatwah

Rizvi said, 'The construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya is connected to the faith of Hindus. Shia Waqf Board is worried about the development of the country and society. Hindus should get their rights and Muslims should avoid snatching the rights of others. Even if all the Muslims of the whole world stand up against us, the Shi'a Waqf Board will not go back on its decision.