Maulvi Abdul Hamid: More than 20 Baloch people have been executed in connection with drug crimes, which government kills its own people? Stop these killings.”
Now/ Maulvi Abdul Hamid, in his Friday prayer sermons on May 05, Zahedan strongly protested the widespread execution of Baloch citizens and considered these executions against Islamic and international laws.
While protesting the large-scale executions of Baloch citizens in recent days, Imam Juma of Ahl-e-Sunnah Zahedan said that in less than a week, more than 20 people have been executed in connection with drug crimes, and said that there is no trust in someone who kills his nation. “Why should they say that you have the highest number of executions in the world?
He called for an end to executions in the Islamic Republic and said that all these people have resorted to this work due to unemployment and economic problems and the government is responsible for them. And does he take care of their children? “What sin have their families committed that they have to endure such suffering?”
In the continuation of his speech, Maulana Abdul Hameed pointed to the life of the Prophet and the rightly caliphs and said that Hazrat Ali did not kill even a single captive. And only because of 500 thousand to 1 million tomans, they turned to drugs and were executed. Meanwhile, the state authorities of Sistan and Baluchistan, where the majority of the population is young people, have not provided employment and education opportunities.
Maulana Abdul Hamid pointed to the letters and messages of some government officials and said: “Some people have sent me messages that you (by speaking against the leader) crossed our red line. I say that you crossed our red line before and in the religion of Islam. We don’t have a red line, everyone slips and the approval of the experts and the council of jurists is not a divine revelation. “Nobody should be a red line in the world.” He gave himself as an example and added, “When you don’t let anyone criticize me, Abdul Hamid, you have done the greatest injustice to me.”
Referring to the many deprivations in Sistan and Baluchistan, including the water crisis, agriculture and employment, he addressed the authorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran and said, “Have you created a factory for the people?” Has the potential of the sea of mines been activated in the borders? Did you provide job opportunities for young people when you execute people?
He criticized the lack of criticism of the heads of the government and the imprisoning of protesters and the government’s inability to lift sanctions, and while pointing to the lack of listening to the voices of the elites and experts, he said: “The country is facing a dead end and challenges, all trade unions are protesting and Iran’s currency is devalued.” The laws are neither in line with international laws nor with Islamic laws. Some laws approved in the Islamic Republic of Iran in the last 44 years have challenged and paralyzed the country, while these laws are not a divine revelation and can be amended. This path they have taken will come to a dead end, unless they talk to the people, the value of the national currency will return, the elites who left Iran will be called back, political stability will be established in the country, and the people’s satisfaction will be obtained.
Maulana Abdul Hameed said to the government officials: “Stop beating someone who protests and is unarmed.” Don’t imprison anyone who has a say. He considered the solution to the problems to be a dialogue with the people and experts, and referring to the Islamic Republic of Iran’s wasted opportunity in the nuclear agreement, he said: “How valuable was a nuclear that brought Iran here?”
Maulawi Abdul Hamid further pointed out that the sanctions are profitable for the government’s affiliates and added that the sanctions were in the interest of individuals, individuals and nobles who took Iran’s oil to the black market and sold it, but it was not in the interest of the Iranian nation. He also said to the government officials that you were able to fight corruption and embezzlement and the country’s treasury was empty. This is not the way to become a state. Imprisonment and killing will not solve your problem. An influential Sunni cleric, while pointing to the deprivations in Sistan and Baluchistan province, including the water crisis, agriculture and employment, addressed the authorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran and said, “Have you created a factory for the people?” Are the sea potential of the mines activated in the borders? Did you provide job opportunities for young people when you execute people?
– حال وش
مولوی عبدالحمید: بیش از ۲۰ نفر بلوچ در ارتباط با جرائم مواد مخدر اعدام شدهاند، کدام دولت، ملت خود را میکشد؟ این کشتنها رامتوقف کنید.” حال وش/ مولوی عبدالحمید، در خطبههای نماز جمعه ۱۵ اردیبهشت زاهدان به تندی از اعدام گسترده شهروندان بلوچ اعتراض کرد و ایناعدامها را خلاف قوانین اسلامی و بین المللی دانست.