“We will not see peace if we do not establish justice among us”
SANLIURFA - Speaking during the iftar program organized by Şanlıurfa Provincial Directorate of the Party, HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu said, “We will not see peace for as long as we do not establish justice among ourselves.”
HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu participated in the iftar program organized by his party Şanlıurfa Provincial Directorate.
Representatives of non-governmental organizations, Syrian tribal leaders, local authorities, opinion leaders and members of the press participated in the iftar program organized at the Teacher's House.
In the program that started with Quran recitation, HUDA PAR Şanlıurfa Provincial Chairman Lokman Yalçın made a short salutation speech.
Making a speech to the invitations after the iftar, HUDA PAR President Zekeriya Yapıcıoğlu talked about the injustice in Syrian civil war which is continues for more than 6 years and the injustice among Muslims said, “We will solve all our problems if we return to our own civilization, our own essence and our nature.”
“Children die hungry”
Yapıcıoğlu pointed out that children were killed because of the lack of access to food and fresh water due to the domestic disturbance in the Islamic towns said, “There is a civil war in Syria, just next to us continues for more than six years. More than half of the Syrian population had to displace. Because of the domestic disturbances in some Islamic countries, access to food and clean water has become impossible and children are starving to death.”
“We fight each other because we did not act justly to each other”
Stating that Muslims siding their tribes and sects fanatically, watched the oppressions and that they were subjected to the persecution of the distorted system of the West when they moved away from the Qur'an, Yapıcıoğlu continued, saying, “We have no peace since the day we fight each other.”
“Surely Allah commands us justice. Since we have removed this divine command, we have fallen out with each other because we have not treated each other with justice. However, our book wants us to be right in order to keep the right of superiority and to keep justice alive. The Book ordering us not to leave justice, even if it is against our best friend.”
Iftar program ended after the prayer. (Ramadan Casuk - Hüseyin Sayhar – ILKHA)