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Defending the Downtrodden and the Deprived

(Wise Sayings of Imam Khomeini)

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o Defending the downtrodden is the way of Islam!

 

o In following the great Islam, we support all the downtrodden people. o I doubt if a worship loftier than service to the deprived exists!

 

o My dear friends! Prepare yourselves for service to Islam and the deprived nation. Prepare yourselves to serve the servants of God, which is service to Him!

 

o I advise all to make every effort for the welfare and relief of the deprived

     classes, for your goodness and reward in this and in the next world lies in

     helping the deprived of the society.

 

o What a worthy thing it would be if the well-to-do classes volunteer to

      provide relief and housing for the slum dwellers for it would constitute

      their good deed and reward for this life and for the hereafter. It is unfair

that one owns scores of apartments and so many others do not have a roof over their heads!

 

o That day is our day of festivity when our needy and deprived people

      acquire decent living and welfare, and gain proper Islamic-humane

      training.

 

o The important point is that the downtrodden stratum would receive the

      most attention.

 

o God forbid the day when it becomes our policy and that of the authorities

     of the country to abandon our defense of the deprived and turn to the

     support of the capitalists.

 

o Islam has come for the downtrodden; its attention is essentially focused on

     them.

 

o This century, by the will of the Almighty God, is the century in which the

      oppressed overpower the arrogant and the truth smashes falsehood!

 

o Serve the oppressed, the needy and the slum-dwellers for they are our

      benefactors!

 

o No service is worthier before God, the Blessed and Exalted, than service

      to the slum-dwellers!


Source: 'Wise Sayings of Imam Khomeini" book 


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