11 January 2019 - 09:13
News ID: 442946
Hujjat al-Islam Dirbaz:‎
Rasa – The representative of West Azerbaijan in the Assembly of Experts said that the errors ‎by some clergymen and seminarians must not be blamed on the seminaries and added, ‎‎“Serving the Islamic Revolution and the Islamic system is the inherent duty of the Islamic ‎Seminaries.” ‎

RNA – In an exclusive interview with Rasa News Agency, Hujjat al-Islam Askar Dirbaz, the ‎representative of the people of West Azerbaijan province in the Assembly of Experts, ‎referring to the fact that the Islamic Revolution originated from the Islamic Seminaries and ‎said, “After the Islamic Revolution, the seminaries fully served the Islamic system of ‎government and evidence of this is the presence widespread of clerics in the battlefields of ‎the Imposed War [Iran-Iraq War] and their help of the warriors of Islam.”‎
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The dean of the University of Qom explained the role of the seminaries after the Imposed ‎War and stated, “After the Holy Defence era, the clergy played important roles in various ‎fields such as building and trying to achieve the ideal of justice.” ‎

Hujjat al-Islam Dirbaz argued that the errors by some clergymen and seminarians must not ‎be blamed on the seminaries and said, “The clerical institution has been at the service of the ‎Revolution and the Islamic system from the outset and this is the inherent duty of the clerical ‎society. The clerics’ efforts are always to protect the manner of the seminarians and to ‎strengthen their social connections.”‎

Emphasizing that the sympathy of the clergy with the people is evident in the current ‎conditions facing society wherein the people are suffering from economic constraints, His ‎Eminence said, “The living standards of many scholars and seminarians are lower than the ‎living standards of many low-income groups in society, but at the same time they are on the ‎side of the people and they are defending their interests by reminding the government and ‎the authorities.”‎

He said that the leaders of the three branches of government must resolve the people’s ‎livelihood problems through solidarity and unity and said, “The authorities must know that if ‎the economic process of the country does not change and the problems of the people are ‎not resolved, then the Islamic Revolution will be damaged.”‎

Hujjat al-Islam Dirbaz pointed out that the crisis of inflation, unemployment and other social ‎damage must be curtailed and said, “We have a positive and clear vision that and with its ‎implementation in the near future, the situation of the society will improve. The most ‎important and best solution to the problems of the country and reaching a clear horizon is to ‎follow the directions of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution [Ayatollah Khamenei].”‎


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