Basirat Exhibition at mausoleum of Imamzadeh Abdollah

As the representative of the families of Iranian terror victims, Habilian Association held Basirat Exhibition at the mausoleum of Imamzadeh Abdollah, one of the descendents of Imam Musa Kazim, in Gorgan.

During the opening ceremony of the exhibition, attendees among whom were Governor of Gorgan, and some other political and cultural figures of Gulestan province heard the speech of Habilian Association Secretary-General Seyyed Mohammad Javad Hasheminejad about the Hojjatieh perverted sect.

In 1950s the so-called Hojjatieh Mahdavieh Charity was set up in Tehran under the pretext of fighting with Baha’ism; however, they finally opposed Ayatollah Khomeini.

Hojjatieh teaches that it’s impossible to create an Islamic Government since the reappearance of Imam Mahdi (a.j.), the last and 12th Shiite Imam which Shiite Muslims believe had disappeared but will return before the day of Judgment and fill the Earth with fairness and justice; therefore, they believe in the complete submissiveness towards tyrant rulers and dictators, as the Pahlavi dictatorship. Thus, they did not join anti-Shah revolutionaries in late 1960s and early 1970s.

Following the Imam Khomeini’s speech on July 12, 1983 in which he indirectly warned the group of its ideologies, perverted Hojjatieh sect announced its dissolution through a statement fraught with intellectual and doctrinal disagreements with Imam Khomeini.

Under its statute, Hojjatieh society has a fixed and unchangeable object and purpose until the advent of Imam Mahdi (a.j.). In actual fact, they did not halt their activities but transformed Hojjatieh society into an underground organization and they still practice their sectarian beliefs, such as a simmering enmity with Sunni Muslims, and not believing in the Wilah al-Faqih (guardianship of a virtuous jurist).


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