22 February 2019 - 12:30
News ID: 443569
Ayatollah Shabzendehdar‎:‎
Rasa – The jurisprudent member of the Guardian Council‎ called the protection of the Islamic ‎Revolution a universal duty and said, “If the Islamic Revolution is damaged, Islam and the ‎Islamic Seminaries will suffer heavy damage and the enemies will no longer give respite.”‎

RNA – Speaking during his ethics class in Qom’s Grand Mosque, Ayatollah Mohammad-Mahdi ‎‎Shabzendehdar, a ‎jurisprudent member of the Guardian Council, ‎referred to excerpts from ‎the supplication Makarim al-Akhlaq and said, “The world is a confrontational place and when ‎a person becomes occupied in an issue, inevitably, he remains open to addressing other ‎matters.”‎
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The member of the Society of Seminary Teachers of Qom added, “One of the obstacles in ‎the pursuit of knowledge is the desire to live and earn money. Many people have to work ‎for a small amount of welfare and livelihood needs that are overshadowed by activities. Man ‎must manage his affairs on the basis of the importance of actions and when an important ‎issue is targeted, they must avoid aggravating it as much as possible.”‎
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Ayatollah ‎Shabzendehdar ‎argued that sometimes talented forces have a bright future for ‎various works in the Islamic Seminaries, said, “There are many talented people in the ‎seminaries but many talented individuals have become busy with other things.”‎

His Eminence said, “If a person is serious about his purpose and his job, and he seeks help ‎from God Almighty, the means will surely be provided to him. Everyone has duties that he ‎must perform properly, because if divine obligations are to remain on earth, we will be ‎questioned.”‎

He noted, “If the collective obligation of ijtihad is to remain, they will ask us, the divine ‎revolution is carried out. If, God forbid, it’s destroyed and the tyrants dominate again, Islam ‎and the seminaries will be severely damaged and the enemies will no longer give respite.” ‎

Ayatollah ‎Shabzendehdar ‎considered the maintenance of the Islamic system and the Islamic ‎Revolution as a universal duty and added, “We can protect the Revolution when we have ‎well-educated scholars and clerics and that the seminaries must meet the needs of the ‎Islamic system of government.”‎

Rasa News Agency



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