According to the website of the representative office of al-Nujaba in Iran, following the recent tragedy in Mazar-e Sharif and the shedding of the blood of dozens of Afghan Shi’ahs, the Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba Islamic Resistance Movement issued a statement condemning this terrorist act, stating, “This criminal act is not surprising in the Wahhabi ideology because they are the descendants of Ibn Muljam and this is a vicious hatred that targets only the Shi’ahs.”
This Resistance movement stressed that silence is no longer a solution to these aggressions and noted, “It is useless to talk to such a group whose hearts have been sealed by God Almighty due to misguidance, deviation and enmity with the family of the Prophet [Muhammad] (s) and his loved ones.”
The statement said, “While condemning this crime, we call on the international community, the Islamic world, as well as the government of Afghanistan to support the Shi’ahs of the Ahl al-Bayt (a). Otherwise, everyone must be aware that the forces of the Resistance Axis have the ability and forces to target the enemies of God at any time and place.”
At the end of this statement, the al-Nujaba Movement stated, “Supporting the followers of the Ahl al-Bayt (a) when the circumstances demand it is by no means a difficult and impossible mission.”
Nasr al-Shammari, the movement’s official spokesman, also took to Twitter to respond to the martyrdom of dozens of Afghan Shi’ahs, saying, “This horrific crime raises the level of savagery and brutality of the Al Saud and the United States.”
al-Shammari added, “We in Iraq sympathize with your calamities more than any other nation because we have always been saddened by terrorist and Takfiri explosions. We call on the government of Afghanistan to live up to its responsibilities and to identify this misguided group in all seriousness.”
It is worth mentioning that the Daesh terrorist group killed thirty worshipers and wounded eighty others at noon on Thursday, April 26, in a terrorist operation in the Sahdakan Mosque, which is the largest Shi’ah mosque in Mazar-e Sharif, in northern Afghanistan. This is while a Shi’ah educational centre in western Kabul was attacked by terrorists on Tuesday, April 19, which led to the martyrdom of 26 students.