In a speech to a group of female seminarians, Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani emphasized the importance of the role of spirituality in social and political issues.
In a meeting with a group of seminary students from the Women’s Islamic Seminary of West Azerbaijan province, Ayatollah Nouri-Hamedani emphasized the importance of the active presence of scholars and seminarians in various social and political fields, stating: “We must be knowledgeable and aware of current issues, especially in relation to the threatening role of our enemies,” reported Rasa News.
His Eminence explained that Islam is a religion of struggling and striving. Those who remain silent in the face of the tragic events, oppression and the crimes of the “global arrogance” throughout the world have not understood Islam.
Pointing to the attacks of the enemies in various spheres, including the cultural, political, military and economical affairs of the Islamic world, Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani said that the aim of Iran’s Islamic Revolution is to awaken and unite the oppressed of the world against the plots of the enemies.
Ayatollah-Nouri Hamadani emphasized the important role of women in the Islamic system of governance and said that thanks to the Islamic Revolution, the women who used to stay at home and were isolated from society have entered the seminaries and universities and have been able to deliver the message of the great scholars of Islam to society. He explained that the study of religious knowledge and propagation of Islam are considered a form of worship and that seminarians must strive hard to spread the teachings of Islam to the world.
He emphasized the necessity and importance of studying ethics along with the study of jurisprudence and its principles. He said that seminarians must take advantage of the ethics of the Infallible Imams (A) so that they can reach the position of the He greatest scholars in this world and in the hereafter.
The renowned source of emulation concluded by stating that the success of seminarians depends on their moral and spiritual growth. He added that throughout history, the scholars who have reached the highest levels of knowledge and piety have been those who had taken advantage of the ethical teachings of Islam.