Hujjat al-Islam Mesbahi-Moqaddam stated that it’s essential that the seminaries to provide ‎answers to the issues and problems of the system and therefore, the dominant view of ‎jurisprudence in the seminaries must be the ‘jurisprudence of governance’ and they must not ‎only engage in individual jurisprudence.” ‎

RNA – In an exclusive interview with Rasa News Agency, Hujjat al-Islam Gholamreza ‎Mesbahi-Moqaddam, a member of the Expediency Council, referred to the requirements of ‎the revolutionary seminaries and said, “The revolutionary seminaries are seminaries in which ‎seminarians study for the sake of God and with the motivation to serve the people in ‎introducing religion and righteous ethics.”‎
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The spokesman for the Combatant Clergy Association said that the seminarians in the ‎revolutionary seminaries have a sense of seriousness and are hard-working and stated, ‎‎“During and after completing their studies, the seminarians in the revolutionary seminarians ‎have self-control and dignity.”‎
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He pointed out that those who study in the revolutionary seminaries always have a sense of ‎self-dignity and don’t lose themselves to material things and added, “Revolutionary ‎seminarians will never sell their value and credibility for worldly interests.”‎
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Hujjat al-Islam Mesbahi-Moqaddam emphasized that the revolutionary seminaries are ‎seminaries that train students on the level and path of the late Imam Khomeyni and said, ‎‎“Being revolutionary in the sense of the seminaries means that the seminaries must enter ‎into issues related to the Islamic system of government and engage in efforts to solve the ‎problems of the system.”‎
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His Eminence emphasized that it the revolutionary seminaries must be answerable to the ‎problems of the Islamic system and noted, “The revolutionary seminaries are always trying ‎to solve those problems by observing the problems of the Islamic system.”‎

He added, “The revolutionary seminaries have always tried to solve those problems by ‎observing the problems of the Islamic system in order that the problems can be solved ‎through the jurisprudence of governance.” ‎

Hujjat al-Islam Mesbahi-Moqaddam stated that it’s essential that the seminaries to provide ‎answers to the issues and problems of the system and therefore, the dominant view of ‎jurisprudence in the seminaries must be the ‘jurisprudence of governance’ and they must not ‎only engage in individual jurisprudence.” ‎

In conclusion, he emphasized pointed out, “Today, we have issues in many fields which ‎have not been resolved yet, especially in the field of economics, and the seminaries must be ‎active in these arenas in a revolutionary manner. For example, the issue of ‘money’ is one of ‎the issues that needs to be updated because the issue of money in the books of ‎jurisprudence is very different from the issue of money used today.”‎

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