Rasa – The revered source of emulation said that defending the foundations of the Islamic ‎Revolution is one of the inherent duties of the seminaries and the clergy and added, “The ‎pursuit of diplomatic negotiations is completely wrong.”‎

RNA – Grand Ayatollah Hoseyn Nouri-Hamadani met with a group of scholars, teachers, ‎scholars and seminarians at Tehran’s Chizar Seminary, referred to the duties of scholars and ‎the clergy and said today, “Today, it must be known that the duties of the scholars is ‎heavier and larger among all the various groups of the people.”‎
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The revered source of emulation stated that being a seminarian is the best job of the world ‎and said, “We are facing two stages in our seminary studies, the first stage is the stage of ‎teaching and learning and the second stage is taking steps in the social arena.”‎

He noted, “We must develop with the principles of religion and narrations and take steps in ‎the social arena.”‎

Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani said, “Today we must know that familiarity with the principles of ‎the Islamic Revolution and defending of them are among the inherent duties of the ‎seminaries and the clergy. We must move along the path of the Revolution.”‎
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His Eminence considered sincerity, ambition, seriousness and effort, strong will, piety and the ‎avoidance of materialism are among the most prominent characteristics of a seminarian and ‎added, “Those who enter the seminary for material reasons will ultimately oppress religion.”‎

He noted that the pursuit of diplomatic negotiations is completely wrong, he said, “Today, ‎it’s necessary to know that the West is seeking political, cultural, economic and social ‎dominance, and each day the volume of hostilities increases.”‎
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Ayatollah Nouri-Hamadani ‎emphasized, “Undoubtedly from now on, every day, the tensions ‎and challenges of the Islamic system with the West and the arrogant powers will increase ‎and their relations will be more complicated and more difficult.”‎

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