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Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’s thoughts still guide for today’s Muslim nations, VP

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By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: Reconstruction work of Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’s mausoleum at Kabul University was opened by Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh yesterday.
In a ceremony held on this occasion with participation of government officials, a number of representatives of people in national assembly, chancellor and lecturers of Kabul University and Indonesian ambassador to Kabul, Second Vice President while praising for the step taken for reconstruction of Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’s mausoleum spoke related to thoughts, struggles and cultural and academic activities of Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan.
Considering Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan as a knowledgeable figure, Daensh said Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’s thoughts were still the guide for today’s Muslim nations and Afghanistan people.
“If we consider the time and era of Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan, he topped the knowledgeable figures, reformists and liberals,” Danesh said. According to Second Vice President, Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan had never thought of hatred, discrimination, excommunication and violence as well as religious discrimination as his thoughts were not pro-extremism.
Danesh added that Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan was against religious discrimination and even hate to speak of any discrimination between Sunni and Shia. At the end of his speech, Second Vice President asked the country’s scientific and academic institutions to publish and introduce Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’s reforming thoughts to new generation of the country, saying that the country’s academic and scientific institutions have neglected as they have not done anything to introduce his personality and thoughts to others.
In the ceremony, minister of urban development and land Mohammad Jawad Paykar in his speech briefed about reconstruction work of Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’s mausoleum, stressing that the ministry was determined to reconstruction of the country’s historic monuments in coming years.

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