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The needs of mosque children in society
Hojjat-ul-Islam Shabbiri Zanjani said: "When we see the emergence of new structures and institutions every day, mosques and its institutions, such as cultural, artistic and Basij, can be more effective than in the past."

Shabestan news agency- Hojjat-ul-Islam Shabbiri Zanjani said: "When we see the emergence of new structures and institutions every day, mosques and its institutions, such as cultural, artistic and Basij, can be more effective than in the past."

Hojjat-ul-Islam  "Sayyid Jafar Shabbiri" in an interview with Shabestan News Agency stated that when a person or structure has originality, no change or crisis can take it away from its nature. He said: Due to its connection with the existential nature of Islam and Quranic originality, the mosque never loses its role, but because of its religious functions and approvals, it can be more effective every day due to the proper functioning of its pillars.

The seminary professor added: "When we see the emergence of new structures and institutions every day, mosques and its institutions, such as cultural and artistic clubs and Basij, can be more effective than in the past, as we still see children and youth attracted to mosques."

Rejecting the claim that mosques have been emptied of young people, Shubiri Zanjani said: "In the past and today, there were mosques in which the presence of the general public, including the youth, was low, but the general mosques of our country were well received by children and youth."

 

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