25 April 2019 - 16:16
News ID: 444468
The chairman of Policy-making Council of Women Seminaries
Ayatollah Muqtadaee called the women seminary a blessing provided by the Islamic Revolution and then said, “Officially, there was no women seminary in the past.”

RNA - Ayatollah Muqtadaee, visited by the member of the Policy-making Council of Women seminary, held in Asra institution, said, “The women seminary is a blessing provided by the Islamic Revolution, and in the past, except the women seminary of Isfahan, officially there was no other women seminary in Iran”.

He added, “After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini decided to found the women seminary, as it was required for women, and thus, grand Ayatollah Fazil Lankaran, Qoddusi and other scholars, as the members of the founding board of the said seminary established it”.

Ayatollah Muqtadaee stated, “Currently, the women seminaries are active across the whole country, run by the supreme council of the seminaries, the members of which are chosen and approved of respectively by the grand sources of emulation and the supreme leader of the revolution”.

He added, “Some specific conditions are ruling in women seminaries, therefore, an independent council, supervised by the seminary, was formed to administer it”.

Rasa News Agency


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