۱۹ آذر ۱۴۰۱ |۱۶ جمادی‌الاول ۱۴۴۴ | Dec 10, 2022
Ayat Arafi

Ayatollah Arafi said,” In Nahj al-Balagha, there are about forty citations of the Holy Quran, and many virtues have been expressed by Amir al- Momenin (PBUH) in relation to this divine book.

Hawzah News Agency- Head of Iran’s Seminary Ayatollah Alireza Arafi explained the importance and high position of the Holy Quran in a meeting with the managers of the mosque centers held in the seminary headquarters in Qom on Sunday, October 2.

He said,” In Nahj al-Balagha, there are about forty citations of the Holy Quran, and many virtues have been expressed by Amir al- Momenin (PBUH) in relation to this eminent divine book.

Friday Prayer Imam of Qom stated that more than 50 Quranic principles were expressed in one of the sermons of Nahj al-Balagha and added,” The Holy Quran cannot be described from only one angle or through the expression of only one simile, rather it must be explained from various angles of this divine book and its interpretation.”

"After the Islamic Revolution, many activities have been done in relation to the Holy Quran, and in one of my speeches, I mentioned more than twenty areas of the Quran that have been taken care of after the Islamic Revolution." he added.

Ayatollah Arafi emphasized,” Great attention to the Holy Quran is one of the important achievements of the Islamic Revolution, of course, efforts should be made to familiarize all members of society, especially teenagers and young people, with this holy book.”

"The human soul will prevent many deviations by itself with the help of Holy Quran, and it has been proven by experience that those who are familiar with the Holy Quran will remain more protected." He added.

In another part of his speech, Friday Prayer Imam of Qom city further emphasized the necessity of using divine art to convey Quranic concepts and said, “Holy Quran is a book of art and it can be interpreted using various forms of art and its noble concepts can be conveyed to others.”

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