24 August 2019 - 16:28
News ID: 446731
Hujjat al-Islam Mirdamadi:‎
Referring to the Statement on the ‎Second Phase of the Islamic Revolution as a leading ‎document, the teacher in the Islamic Seminary of Qom emphasized, “The Supreme Leader’s ‎attention to academia and research in this statement is accurate and evaluative.”‎

RNA – A conference has been held at Rasa News Agency with the approach of explaining ‎the ‎mission of the Islamic Seminaries and clergy in response to the Statement on the ‎Second ‎Phase of the Islamic Revolution, which has been drafted by the Supreme Leader of the ‎Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei. ‎

Speaking at the conference, Hujjat al-Islam Sayyed Mojtaba Mirdamadi, a teacher of ‎philosophy in the Islamic Seminary of Qom, said that the Statement on the ‎Second Phase of ‎the Islamic Revolution was a leading document for executive agencies and legislative bodies ‎and can be used as part of a serious agenda to the extent of the law.‎

Noting that some parts of this statement contains important and serious points, the member ‎of the World Assembly of Shi’ah Studies said, “Some parts of this statement have focused ‎on academia and research. In accordance with the directives of the Supreme Leader, ‎academic work and research has been initiated because academic work and research must ‎always be up-to-date and the Islamic Seminaries have done good work in this regard.”‎

He emphasized, “Another issue is the issue of spirituality and morality, that is to say, ‎spiritual intelligence and moral conscience must be expanded in society, an important part of ‎this conscience is through the noble teachers who are active in the field of religion and the ‎Islamic Seminaries.”‎

Hujjat al-Islam Mirdamadi noted that the media can play a role in the issue of spiritual ‎intelligence and moral conscience and added, “This issue will be a good place to implement ‎spirituality.”‎

His Eminence emphasized, “Another issue that comes out of this statement and is related to ‎the Islamic Seminaries is the economic issue. In this regard, we have good theories and ‎views and executive agencies must properly consider the economic complexes of the ‎country in consideration to the progressive views of economic leaders who have studied the ‎economy through a religious perspective.” ‎

Hujjat al-Islam Mirdamadi said, “There has been good work in the area of justice and in the ‎fight against corruption. The new activities of the judiciary are promising, but more ‎importantly, they can properly eradicate the roots of corruption by considering the Islamic ‎perspective and legal frameworks that automatically combat corruption.”‎

Rasa News Agency


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