تاريخ التسجيل: Apr 2010
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In a meeting with thousands of university students:
Imam Khamenei Stressed The Need For 'Freedom of Thought' in Universities
Ayatollah Khamenei underlined that 'going to extremes' is not the right way to deal with any issue, including disciplinary matters. / Debates should be held there over various issues. / Differences of opinion should not lead to divisions and friction.
The Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution says the brain drain usually takes place because of the promises made by overseas.
"Some of these promises are tainted with anti-Iran motives," Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei told thousands of university students in Tehran on Sunday.
Ayatollah Khamenei underlined religious and divine motives can make expatriate elite return as some of them have actually returned to serve their country, reported the Leader's website.
The Leader further laid emphasis on unity and spiritual purity in the society, and added," the society won't be purified by pressure and radical moves."
Elsewhere in his remarks, Ayatollah Khamenei highlighted the importance of 'cultural products', adding the necessary infrastructure should be established to that end.
The Leader continued by highlighting that the presence of university students in popular and student circles abroad can play a key role in 'exporting pure thoughts and messages of the Revolution.'
The Leader further said universities are the target of enemy plots, so due regard should be paid to the issue of 'discipline' in universities. Nevertheless, Ayatollah Khamenei underlined that 'going to extremes' is not the right way to deal with any issue, including disciplinary matters.
The Leader then stressed the need for 'freedom of thought' in universities, and said debates should be held there over various issues.
Ayatollah Khamenei urged students to distance themselves from political wrangling in the country, adding differences of opinion should not lead to divisions and friction.
The Leader then urged students to 'analyze and adopt a stance on' key issues facing the country, including the Tehran Declaration, the UN Security Council resolution on Iran sanctions and Washington's unilateral sanctions against Tehran.
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