Islamic Revolution hoists flag of spirituality, challenges West’s philosophy
Thursday , 02/06/2020 - 05:18
Islamic Revolution hoists flag of spirituality, challenges West’s philosophy
Hoj. Ahmad Marvi, Astan Quds Razavi’s chief custodian, says Iran’s Islamic Revolution has challenged Western philosophy through hoisting the flag of spirituality in the world.

Speaking among a group of seminary students in Mashhad, Hoj. Marvi pointed to the qualities of Imam Khomeini (RA), saying: “Imam Khomeini (RA) was a real example of a faithful man with high levels of piety; he was so calm and decisive in the light of his faith and piety.”
Marvi referred to the firm faith of Imam Khomeini (RA) as a direct result of self-control and reliance on God throughout his lifetime, stressing that his heart had no room for darkness and hopelessness.
Introducing Islamic Revolution as another great incident after the Renaissance, AQR’s chief custodian said: “Islamic Revolution was not a simple and small incident. It was a movement in which a religious scholar raised the flag of Islam in the world”.
“The Islamic Revolution toppled sinister regime of Pahlavi and at the same time challenged the Western antireligious ideology and philosophy. The move destroyed 200-year-old plots of the West to remove religion from mankind’s social life”, Marvi added.
Noting that life of our salient leaders and experts are manifestations of many divine verses and traditions, Marvi referred to the life of Imam Khomeini (AS) and other renowned experts of Islam, saying: “The backbone of today’s seminary society is strengthened by great leaders such as Imam Khomeini (RA) and people who achieved success through years of endeavor and devotion”.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Marvi pointed to the importance of familiarity with current developments for the seminary students and said: “Seminary students and clergy community are responsible for safeguarding social thought and guidance of the society; therefore, they must be updated and gain full knowledge on current developments.
Hoj. Marvi asked the clerics to gain capacity to analyze incidents and identify areas for enemy’s infiltration. “Seminary students must know where the young people of the country are about to be attacked, as they are border guards of the society’s faith”.

 

 

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