Iranian schools to encourage “culture of martyrdom”
The decision was announced by the head of the Basij paramilitary group and was taken in concert with the Ministry of Education which announces ten thousand Quran schools. The Basij also want more involvement in scholastic formation.
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Teheran (AsiaNews) -Â The expansion of the culture of martyrdomis the “decision” of General Mohammad-Reza Naghdi, head of the Basij paramilitary group – which operates under the command of the Revolutionary Guard and has distinguished itself in the violent repression of opposition demonstrations – taken together with the Ministry of Education.
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The general addedÂ that he was pursuing the goal adding “values of divine defence of the Iranian nation” into the classrooms and books. The “Divine defense” (defae moghadas) is a term coined to refer to the 8-year war Iran had with Iraq for most of the 1980s, when tens of thousands of children and young people, used as the first wave of attacks, lost their lives. (Asia News it)
Following are excerpts from a religious program featuring child-preacher Ammar talking about Jihad. The program aired on Al-Rahma TV on October 8, 2010.Child-preacher Ammar: A child must be raised on the love of Jihad, and on the desire to be martyred for the sake of Allah. The tree of Islam is irrigated with blood, not with water.
Embedding the spirit of Jihad within the soul of the child is one of the most important things that educators should deal with, especially in this day and age, when the law of Islam is absent from the Islamic countries, a time when the sun of the glory of Islam has set, a time when sovereignty is in the hands of the tyrants, when the Islamic Caliphate has been abolished, and when the Islamic countries have become a target for all the greedy people.