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Media and cyberspace have a decisive role in creating culture at the community level, especially among the young generation, which is necessary for the Zeynabiye Mosque in Istanbul.

Hawzah News Agency –The head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, during a meeting with members of the Turkish Jaber Ulema Union, stressed that the new era of Muslims began upon formation of the Islamic Revolution in Iran adding that Islamic Revolution has some unique features which distinguishes it from other revolutions taking place in the world.

According to the Public Relations Department of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organizations (ICRO), President of the Union of Shiite Scholars of Turkey (Jaber), Hojjatoleslam Seyed Sajjad Karakush and the accompanying delegation met with Chainman of ICRO, Hojjatoleslam Mohammad Mehdi Imanipour at organization Headquarters in Central Tehran on Sunday December 5.

Hojjatoleslam Imanipour in his discussions with the visiting Turkish religious delegation, while emphasizing the need for creating empathy and unity among all Muslims, said in any nation, the unity and solidarity of the people creates a joint effort to achieve national goals and prevent upheavals and resentments.

The head of ICRO, referring to the history of Turkish civilization in the history of Islam and the effective impact of the Zeynabiye Mosque in Istanbul, called the construction of a mosque a valuable asset of the Islamic world and added thar another worthy action and clever move of the Zeynabiye Mosque in Istanbul is the construction of a mosque, for which more investment should be made available.

Mohammad Mehdi Imanipour, emphasizing on elaboration and conveying religious culture with modern literature to the young generation, said providing present day knowledge and literature to the youth and scientific elites of Turkey will help them to take long and fundamental steps towards the future.

He also pointed to the role of cyberspace in attracting young people and creating serious communication and interaction with users and audiences saying media and cyberspace have a decisive role in creating culture at the community level, especially among the young generation, which is necessary for the Zeynabiye Mosque in Istanbul to use it with a serious religious perspective and reduce your distance from the youth by promoting social skills and up-to-date knowledge.

The head of the ICRO talked of the Islamic Revolution as a living and dynamic current with unique characteristics that distinguish it from other revolutions in the world. In fact, it was a necessity for Islam, it was a necessity for Muslims and it was a divine tradition to preserve the religion.

Emphasizing that the Islamic Revolution belongs to all free thinkers in the world, he said the new era of Muslims began after the formation of the Islamic Revolution, and according to the Supreme Leader, we are in the second step of the revolution, the difference with the first step is that we must be smarter. Let’s take a step because it paves the way for the realization of a new form of Islamic civilization.

Emphasizing the development and strengthening of academic cooperation between the two countries, he announced the readiness of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization to cooperate in holding special education courses for students and the Turkish scientific community, especially the youth of Zeinabiye.

Hojjatoleslam Seyed Sajjad Karakush, President of the Union of Shiite Scholars of Turkey (Jaber), for his part presented a report on the activities of the union, saying that about 10 years ago, this union was formed by a group of Turkish Shiite scholars as an association. This union has built nearly 50 mosques in different cities of Turkey.

He added performing scientific, educational, religious, Quranic, research and publicity, as well as translating, publishing and writing books in Turkey are among the activities of this union.

Hojjatoleslam Husein Moradi, Dolatabadi, Vice President for Admission and International, Al-Mustafa International Short-Term Training Center, gave a report on the activities of the Zeinabiye Mosque in Istanbul and the religious, cultural and charitable activities of scholars, publishing and translation.

He also called for the cooperation of ICRO in holding short-term training courses to introduce more Iranian-Islamic culture and literature to the world in person and virtually with the participation of Iranian cultural envoys abroad.

Following the meeting, Abolhasan Khalaj Monfared, Acting Deputy Chairman for International Cultural Relations of ICRO spoke about ways to expand cooperation between the two countries in the fields of science and academia, media, scholarships and film productions.

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