۱۵ آذر ۱۴۰۱ |۱۲ جمادی‌الاول ۱۴۴۴ | Dec 6, 2022
Zahra Fakhr Rouhani

Women Seminary Professor Zahra Fakhr Rouhani, in an online conference called ‘Sympathetic family’, said, "In order to reform our lifestyle, we must first gain sufficient knowledge and then we need emotional stimulation, this must take place in Imam Hussain (PBUH) gatherings and ceremonies."

Hawzah News Agency – An online meeting called "Sympathetic Family" was hosted by the General Directorate of Public Libraries in Qom Province which was attended by Zahra Fakhr Rouhani, a professor at Women Islamic Seminary and an expert on women and family issues.

In this meeting, Zahra Fakhr Rouhani, an expert on women and family, said, “We are on a transition path from tradition to modernity, and as a result of cyberspace, and cultural differences our lifestyles have changed as well.”

She went on to say the problem is that although we Muslims are interested in Ahl al-Bayt (PBUH), we choose a different way of life which is not according to their teachings.

The professor at the Women Islamic Seminary explained, "In order to reform our lifestyle, we must first acquire sufficient knowledge in this regard and then we need emotional stimulation, this must happen in Hussaini gatherings and ceremonies."

Fakhr Rouhani further noted that one of the problems that prevented religion from entering our lives and becoming a religious behavior is the secular and minimal view of life.

At the end, she clarified, “Such perspective caused the people of Kufa to stop supporting Imam Hussain (PBUH) on the Day of Ashura when they saw their lives and well-being is in danger.

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