۲۷ فروردین ۱۴۰۳ |۶ شوال ۱۴۴۵ | Apr 15, 2024
The late Davoodi was one of the trained women in the Islamic Revolution's doctrine.

A member of the Policy Council of the Women Seminaries, stating that the late Ms. Davoodi initially corrected her relationship with  God, and this led God to correct her relationship with others.

Hawzah News Agency- A member of the Policy Council of the Women Seminaries said: "The doctrine of the Islamic Revolution does not seek to educate traditional women nor to educate modern women but aims to educate revolutionary women, and the late Ms. Davoodi is an example of being trained according to this idea and doctrine."

According to the news and media website of the Women Seminaries (Kowsar), Ms. Fariba Alasvand stated in the commemoration ceremony of the late Mrs. Davoodi, which was held in the Ayatollah Shari Hall of the Women Seminaries Management Center: The doctrine of the Islamic Revolution does not seek to educate traditional women and not to educate modern women, but to educate revolutionary women, and the late Ms. Davoodi is an example of being trained according to this idea and doctrine.

She added: The late Ms. Davoodi was one of the educated women of the school of Islamic Revolution and had all three dimensions of "timely marriage and childbearing", "social role-playing" and "slavery and servitude (towards God)" and was one of the women who were progressed to high scientific and social levels, blessed by the Islamic revolution.

A member of the Policy Council of the Women Seminaries, stating that the late Ms. Davoodi initially corrected her relationship with  God, and this led God to correct her relationship with others, continued: She was a distinguished figure who worked hard in the community, and She was Abd of God, and while She was a manager, She was also a servant. (towards God)

She pointed out: "Before taking over any management, Ms. Davoodi was the director of human resources in the Women seminaries, in the sense that she tried to keep people and inform them of their abilities."

Emphasizing that Ms. Davoodi had motherly management throughout her management and dealt with all maternal issues and people, Ms. Alasvand said: Ms. Davoodi was a person who progressed day by day and became transcendent in ethics, character, work, management, etc.

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