Scientific ties with neighboring countries a must for AQR’s educational centers: Chief custodian
Monday , 05/03/2021 - 7:50
Scientific ties with neighboring countries a must for AQR’s educational centers: Chief custodian
Astan Quds Razavi’s educational centers must pay attention to neighboring countries in their scientific and educational activities, says AQR chief custodian Hoj. Ahmad Marvi in a meeting with teachers and instructors of AQR’s educational institutes on the occasion of the Teachers’ Day.

“The neighboring countries are very important and we should not ignore the sinister role of the United States in opening educational centers and trying to change the lifestyle and thoughts of the youth living in these countries,” Marvi said.  
He added: “AQR is an establishment belonging to the scholar Imam from Prophet Mohammad’s (pbuh) family and it has many strong scientific and cultural capacities. This body is able to affect Iran and the whole world culturally and scientifically”.  
Introducing cultural affairs as his main focus in his tenure, AQR chief custodian stated: “Ayatollah Khamenei’s main concern was cultural affairs when I met him before leaving his office for managerial post of Astan Quds Razavi. The first priority of AQR with respect to its facilities is to deepen and promote cultural affairs while supporting the poor”.
Hoj. Marvi also talked about future perspectives of AQR’s educational activities, saying: “AQR does not intend to do school keeping as is prevalent among profit and non-profit sectors.  Educational centers of this organization should be a model for all schools and universities of the country and they should nurture needed personnel for the Islamic establishment”.