Head of institute says Imam's personality is transnational and belongs to all

Head of institute says Imam's personality is transnational and belongs to all

Dr. Ali Komsari, the head of institute for compilation and publication of Imam Khomeini's works has said that all efforts should be seriously undertaken to promote various perspectives of Imam's personality and his dynamic works. And a wide-range coordination was needed to accomplish this mission.

Hojjat al-Islam Ali Komsari said that our new approach is to increase interaction with different institutions and departments in order to promote works and ideals of the late founder of the Islamic Republic

 Dr. Komsari said that we had defects regarding coordination in the past, but in new era we must move towards maximum interaction.

We must expand coordination with relevant units in order to introduce Imam’s works, thought and ideals to young generation, he said.

“It is because Imam does not belong to a certain or institution or a faction, but belongs to everyone,” he said.

Hojjat al-Islam further said that Imam had been a transnational personality and his ideals are being explored worldwide and loved and widely respected by all oppressed people and the freedom-seeking nations.

 “Imam does not belong to Iran either, Imam is a transnational personality,” the reputed scholar said

 “And today that we have succeeded and are working in this field, we must do our duty towards him.”

The scholar reiterated that Imam does not belong to an institution or a faction and belongs to everyone and coordinated efforts were needed to introduce his transnational personality to the youth and various layers of society at home and abroad. 

In order to carry out the mission and convey message to the youth, we have taken some initiatives, Dr. Komsari said. 

“In the new era of the institute, we have have relatively employed fundamental changes and transformations in the management and introduced young energetic personnel, “ Komsari said.

While maintaining and using the expertise of veteran and experienced forces, efforts were made to entrust the field responsibilities to younger personnel to move forward with more energy and dynamism, the scholar added.

Hojjat al-Islam Komsari concluded by saying that we were now moving in accordance with a five-year plan; which was approved by Ayatollah Hassan Khomeini.

The head of the institute made remarks ahead of his visit to holy city of Najaf where he was scheduled to hold meetings with prominent figures and a number of institutions in order to find dynamic ways to promote Imam’s ideals. 




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