RNA – Speaking at the Islamic Seminary for Women’s second national convention on cyberspace, Hujjat al-Islam Jamshidi, the head of the Iranian Islamic Seminaries for Women, stressed on the importance of cyberspace and said, “10,000 female clerics are working to create and share useful online content for people to use.”
“One of the important works done in the field of cyberspace by the Islamic Seminaries for Women is creating one of the most advanced Islamic data centres in Iran and the Middle East,” he said.
Hujjat al-Islam Jamshidi added, “What proved the special place of the women’s seminaries was female clerics, themselves. They proved they could do such an effective work in the field of cyberspace.”
The head of the Iranian Islamic Seminaries for Women mentioned “Kowsar.net” as the largest network of religious, educational and research content for women and stated, “Kowsar.net has 100,000 graduates, while there are 75,000 female clerics studying in the Islamic Seminaries for Women, 15,000 at Jami’at al-Zahra University and 5,000 at al-Mustafa International University, which is over 95,000 female seminary students, overall. If they join forces they could achieve the greatest goals in the world.”
He expressed, “The development of information technology has created such a great opportunity. Clerics should use this opportunity to convey God’s message to the world.”
“Today, if we do not resolve the doubts of the Muslim men and women around the world, we would have no excuses at the resurrection day, because today we can use this cyberspace in the best way to spread God’s teachings,” Hujjat al-Islam Jamshidi concluded.