Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei about Grand Ayatullah sistani

Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei about Grand Ayatullah sistani

I one of the letter to Grand Ayatullah sistani…leader Ayatullh khamenai said…
For the past many years, you have always been a strong spiritual and moral support for the oppressed Iraqi nation, and praying for your health is praying for the well-being of the Iraqi nation.
I also pray to the Almighty for an end to the presence of aliens and occupiers in Iraq and other parts of the Islamic world. “

http://www.khamenei.ir/EN/Message/detail.jsp?id=20040811A

More violence in Iraq as Baghdad death toll hits 215

November 24, 2006
Two bombings killed 22 people in northern Iraq on Friday as the death toll from yesterday’s attacks in Baghdad’s Sadr City reached 215.

Friday’s explosions, in Tal Afar, 260 miles northwest of Baghdad, also wounded 26 people, police Brig. Khalaf al-Jubouri said, expecting the casualty figure to rise.

Reuters news agency quoted a police officer as saying the 22 who died were shopping at a market.

Iraqi officials say more than 215 people were killed and 257 wounded in Thursday’s multiple car bomb blasts, the deadliest in Iraq since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.

In an immediate response, the Iraqi government imposed an indefinite, 24-hour curfew in Baghdad. The country’s international airport has also been closed to commercial flights until further notice.

The only people and vehicles allowed on the streets on Friday were those taking part in the funeral processions for the victims of Thursday’s attacks.

Meanwhile, Shia, Sunni and Kurdish leaders in Iraq appealed for calm in a show of unity.

Iraq’s most prominent Shia cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, urged people “not to react illegally and maintain self-restraint”, one of his officials said.

In the western Sunni city of Falluja, cleric Khaled Muhammed told worshippers on Friday: “I call on the people of Falluja to send money, food and clothes to our brothers in Sadr City and Adhamiya — we have a common enemy who attacked them to spark sectarian strife between us.”

Prime Minister Nouri Maliki also urged Iraqis not to resort to violence. “We denounce sectarian practices that aim to destroy the unity of the nation,” he said.

Despite the appeals and the curfew, several mortar rounds struck the Um al-Qura mosque, the headquarters of Association of Muslim Scholars in western Baghdad, wounding four guards, police said.

Three mortar rounds also exploded near a major Sunni mosque in Baghdad, injuring one guard, according to the Associated Press.

* Sadr’s bloc threatens to boycott gov’t

The group led by Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr threatened to boycott the parliament if the prime minister met the U.S. President George W. Bush in Jordan next week.

Sadr’s political bloc, until now a key supporter of Iraq’s Shia-led government, said that U.S. occupation forces were to blame for Thursday’s attacks because they failed to provide security.

“We have asked Maliki to cancel his meeting with Bush as there is no reason to meet the criminal who is behind terrorism in Iraq,” Faleh Hasan Shanshal, one of Sadr’s top political aides in parliament, told Reuters.

“We will suspend our membership in parliament and the cabinet if he goes ahead,” he added.

Al-Sadr’s followers hold six cabinet seats and have 30 members in the 275-member parliament. Their withdrawal would deal a major blow to Maliki’s already shaky government, correspondents say.

Meanwhile, the UN envoy to Iraq, Ashraf Qazi, warned that yesterday’s attacks could push Iraq “into a cycle of uncontrollable violence threatening the very social fabric of Iraq or any prospects for a future of peace, tolerance and unity.”

Violence surged in Iraq after the Feb.22 bombing of a major Shia shrine in the northern city of Smarraa.

On Wednesday, the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) said more than 3,709 Iraqis have been killed in October, the highest death toll in the war-torn country since the invasion. It also stated that Iraqi citizens were fleeing the country at a pace of 100,000 each month, and that at least 1.6 million Iraqis have left since the war began

Video and Photoes funeral prayer of Ayatollah Tabrizi (last Journey)

Ayatollah Tabrizi Returns to his Lord

Al-Marje Al-Alaa Grand Ayatullah Haaj Sheikh Mirza Jawwad At-Tabrizi has been laid to rest in the holy shrine of Karimeh Ahlel Beit Hazret-e-Fatimeh Al-Masumeh (AS) in the holy city of Qom on Wednesday.Hundreds of thousands of weeping mourners from all walks of life participated in the funeral procession which began at 0900 AM from Al-Imam Al-Hasan Al-Askari (AS) Mosque and culminated at the holy shrine of Hazret-e- Masumeh (AS). Grand Ayatullah Sheikh Vahid Khurasani led the funeral prayer while crying in deep grief.

 

FOR VIDEO OF LAST JOURNY VISIT

 

For Photoes Of Last journey

 

For Six rare video Of

Ayatullah Haaj Sheikh Mirza Jawwad At-Tabrizi

 

Message of Condolence and Boography.

 

Ayatollah Assayyed Ali Al-Sistani was in London for a heart operation, and there he met Ayatollah Mirza Jawad Tabrizi.

 

Video Ayatullah Tabrizi Shahdat Al Zahra

 

Video on Shahdat Al Sadiq

 

Jawad Tabrizi – Majalis Video

 

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More than 140 killed in Baghdad’s Sadr City

More than 140 killed in Baghdad’s Sadr City
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) — A savage string of apparently coordinated bombings erupted Thursday in Sadr City, a Shiite slum of Baghdad, killing more than 140 people. Police called it the deadliest single strike in Iraq since the war began more than three years ago.

Police told The Associated Press that the death toll was expected to rise.

Bombs and mortar shells struck Sadr City at 15-minute intervals, beginning about 3 p.m., according to the AP, with the first bombing hitting a vegetable market. (Watch flames, chaos in Sadr City )

Shiites responded almost immediately, the AP reported, firing 10 mortar rounds at the holiest Sunni shrine in Baghdad, the Abu Hanifa Sunni mosque in Azamiya. The attack killed one person and wounded 14 others, the AP said.

Witnesses told CNN that people on loudspeakers at Shiite mosques in urged residents to donate blood for the wounded in Sadr city.

Police had different numbers for those killed and wounded, but Iraqi Health Minister Ali Shummari said the death toll was 144, with 206 wounded. He said there were six car bombs and a missile fired.

The Interior Ministry imposed a curfew for Baghdad starting at 8 p.m., an hour earlier than the usual overnight curfew begins. It’s unclear how long the curfew extension will last.

Thursday’s violence came a day after a U.N. report about Iraq that underscored the unbridled sectarian violence in Iraq. The report said that 3,709 civilians were killed in violence in Iraq in October — the highest monthly toll since the war’s start. (Full story)

Thursday’s attacks, launched within the course of half an hour, were part of a spasm of violence that shook two Baghdad bastions of support for anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr — the Sadr City slum in the Iraqi capital’s northeast and the Health Ministry compound, controlled by the cleric’s political movement.

At least 30 gunmen thought to be from a Sunni neighborhood attacked the Health Ministry, police said.

U.S. military commanders suspect al-Sadr’s movement is at the center of sectarian fighting in the capital over the past year.

There were no immediate details about casualties at the ministry compound, which is in central Baghdad’s Bab al-Mudham area.

At least three mortar rounds landed inside the compound, police said, and the gunmen tried to break into it and fought with ministry security guards.

A Health Ministry official said the attackers came from the nearby Sunni neighborhood of Fadhel and that they also struck the Shiite Endowment, which manages Shiite institutions around the country.

There were other attacks earlier this week on Health Ministry officials. A deputy minister was kidnapped Sunday, and another official escaped injury Monday when gunmen opened fire on his convoy and killed two of his guards.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/11/22/iraq.report/index.html

Ayatullah Al-Shaikh Mirza Jawad al tabrizi. Returns to His Lord.

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INNALILLAH-E-WA INNA ILAIHE RAJEUN

Ayatullah Al-Shaikh Mirza Jawad al tabrizi.

Returns to His Lord.

(Passed away ON 28th SHAWWAL 1427(20th NOV 2006 and has been laid to rest in the holy shrine of Karimeh Ahlel Beit Hazret-e-Fatimeh Al-Masumeh (AS) in the holy city of Qom on <!–[if !vml]–><!–[endif]–>Wednesday.)

 

We extend our Deep Condolences to the Imam of Time, and the Muslim world on the sad demise of Ayatullah Al-Shaikh Mirza Jawad al tabrizi.

Please recite Suratul Fateha for Ayatollah Tabrizi and all those scholars who have returned to their Lord.

 

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bayan_mirza_javad.gifObituary message on the departure of ayatollah Tabrizi From Ayatullah seestani.


In the name of Allah, the merciful the beneficent
We received with deep sorrow and sadness, the news of ayatollah agha haj Mirza Jawad Tabrizi’s departure from this temporary life.The loss of such a personality who had served as a great scholar in the seminaries of Najaf and Qum, and as a frontier guard for religion and creed is immense.His position in defending the imamah and wilayah was clear to all, and he will be remembered for his efforts in teaching and training.On this heartfelt occasion, I offer my condolences to our great leader and saviour of our time imam Mahdi -may we be his ransom- and to all scholarly seminaries, especially the holy hawzah of qum, to his honourable sons, relatives and to all believers, praying to Allah almighty to grant this great scholar the lofty status, and inspire the family with patience.There is neither might nor strength but in Allah.
Ali Al-Hossaini Al-Sistani
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QOM, Nov. 22 (MNA) — Featured below is a selection of images of the funeral ceremony of Ayatollah Haj Mirza Javad Aqa Tabrizi here Wednesday.

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