Cyberspace activists meet AQR chief custodian

Cyberspace activists meet AQR chief custodian

The enemy has waged a massive war against Islamic Republic of Iran through cyberspace aimed at weakening religious and cultural beliefs of the nation.

Announcing the above at a meeting with cyberspace activists, Hoj. Ahmad Marvi, the chief custodian of Astan Quds Razavi stated: “The enemy in Lebanon and Iraq has also created sedition using cyberspace technology”.

He added: “The mission of cyberspace activists is to instill hope in society and to express the country's achievements because the enemy seeks to induce inefficiency in the Islamic system”.

Emphasizing the importance of ethics in cyberspace, AQR chief custodian went on to say: "It is not proper to insult or slander anyone who opposes us, but you have to work in a way to restore the ethics and Islamic virtues of the society”.

“Islam has progressed with ethics; moreover, the Prophet (pbuh) and his Infallible Household (AS) have attracted people to Islam with good morals and the secret behind our success is our morality and spirituality; so these characteristics should not be ignored,” Hoj. Marvi further noted. 

Asserting the need for increased visibility and deepening of the community's vision, he said: “Try to give the community the power of analysis and insight into different issues. An in-depth understanding of the issues provides the community with the right to distinguish between right and wrong and to choose the right path from the wrong, and this is the responsibility of the media”.

Elsewhere, he asked more involvement of the media activists in social issues. 

He suggested the cyberspace activists to get involved in promoting the Islamic lifestyle as well. “This is something the Leader of the Islamic revolution has repeatedly emphasized, although it is yet to be addressed well.”

Astan Quds Razavi (AQR) is the body in charge of Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine.

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