Hawzah News Agency (Qom, Iran) - In an interview with Hawzah News, Hujjat al-Islam Abdurarusl Hajari stressed on the necessity of forming seminary’s scientific associations and said, "From the very first, one of the main messages of Islamic revolution was that Islam is a school that can manage human society in a way that its material and otherworldly needs and welfare will be fulfilled."
He asserted, "Islamic revolution tried to place Islam at the center of the political and social system.” Hujjat al-Islam Hajari added, “The Islamic system therefore should be able to clearly state its ideas regarding politics, the relation between people and the government, economy, the banking system, etc."
He said the founders of Iran’s revolution faced a wave of scientific questions in said areas, so the Islamic seminaries entered the area of specialized courses to help the revolution in such matters."
In another part of his remarks, head of seminary's secretariat of scientific associations said, "In total, we have 19 specialized scientific associations with 5000 active members." He added, "In fact these associations are formed by clerics and students of Islamic fields who are specialized in specific majors."