05 June 2019 - 06:42
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More significance is attached to Hijab by enemy than us/Clerics are passive concerning Hijab (Part 3)
Ms. Naima Islmloo, a researcher in the field of modesty and Hijab, and the chairwoman of Khaybar nongovernmental Institute, through a talk on the issue of Hijab and its impairment in the country, said, “Our children have fallen victims to such improper planning. The children and adolescences who haven’t learn how to manage the sexual desire.”

RNA - Ms. Naima Islmloo, a researcher in the field of modesty and Hijab, and the chairwoman of Khaybar nongovernmental Institute, through a talk on the issue of Hijab and its impairment in the country, said, “The topic of modesty and Hijab isn’t as shallow as it is generally considered. It refers to the natural importance of the man’s coverage and his/her lust, two factors that impact how the individual and social identity of the man is built and the public behaviour is managed.”

Here is Part 3 of this interview:

The researcher and activist of the field of modesty and Hijab added, “In such a situation, the proposal for the implementation of 2030 Document Act of Sustainable Development Goals is offered, though it is an outdated law in the Western countries related to their past 30 years prospect, and it is actually effective for the countries having experienced the free sexual relationships prior to their arrival in the phase of secure sexual relationships.”

Saying that governmental and cultural officials’ lack of a specific worldview towards modesty and Hijab is the cause of the wrong prescription, she said, “Our children have fallen victims to such improper planning. The children and adolescences who haven’t learn how to manage the sexual desire.”

Mentioning that we have formed a religious government after the pass of 1400 years, and accordingly, we are responsible for every second we pass under its umbrella, she said, “From among the aforesaid dimensions, due to its equipment and facilities, the government is expected to do better in this regard. Non-governmental organisations are not expected to perform the said tasks, and it is the natural responsibility of the clerics to involve in this area.”

The researcher on the field of modesty and Hijab announced, “As a person having responsibility in a non-governmental organisation, and having links with several similar institutes active in the field of modesty and Hijab, I have observed that although such institutions/organisations enjoy less equipment and funds, they have acted more effectively. Many governmental organisations have reached the said conclusion, and they are now vigilant that they should delegate the cultural issues to their non-governmental counterparts so that some negotiations and talks will be held among the people in this regard.”

She said, “If the non-governmental organisations are provided with the financial supports and the minimal facilities/equipment by the system, they will act effectively in this area. The enemies, such as Masih Alinezhad have recognised the efficacy of said method putting the people against people through the plan of White Wednesdays. And upon announcement of an optional wearing of Hijab by the system, because protection of modesty and Hijab have been among the bases of the revolution, the said enemies won’t stop putting the people against the people and revolution.”

Pointing to the research published in Javaheraneh book by Khaybar Institute, she stated, “A comparison between the free Western countries and semi-free countries such as Turkey, Malaysia and Lebanon and Iran will suggest that the rate of rape and pregnancy among adolescence in such countries is higher than that of Iran. For example, Turkey has the highest rate of adolescents’ pregnancy. The rate of homosexuality in Lebanon has also risen significantly. And thus, those attempting to omit the legally obligatory Hijab from the country of Iran should answer the question, why is the rate of sexual corruption higher in such countries? Based on the principles of democracy, in a country whose people founded a revolution due to their beliefs, is it accepted of the social rules to not be on based on beliefs?”

The researcher and activist of the field of modesty and Hijab finally maintained, “In the Islamic Iran, the government should be the implementer of the Islamic rules/orders. Yet, negligence and superficiality among the governmental officials have caused them put forth the same ugly words on this critical cultural issue as those uttered by base and illiterate enemies like Masih Alinezhad on.

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