Islam can form the moral code of the media

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Emphasizing that doubts such as the inefficiency and illegitimacy of the Islamic system must find an answer, especially in the media, the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as) said: “The task of the revolutionary media is to respond to suspicions against the Islamic Republic”.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Emphasizing that doubts such as the inefficiency and illegitimacy of the Islamic system must find an answer, especially in the media, the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as) said: “The task of the revolutionary media is to respond to suspicions against the Islamic Republic”.

On Thursday, February 10, 2022, during a meeting with members of the Media Mobilization in Gilan Province regarding media ethics, while stressing that the declaration of the second phase of the Islamic Revolution refers to ethics in various fields, Ayatollah Reza Ramazani said, “A moral society is one in which people are adorned with moral behaviors.”

Referring to deviant spiritualities in human society, the General Secretary of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as) said, “There are generally three types of spirituality: petrified spirituality, spirituality in which man accepts the oppression and worldly spirituality.

“We must promote the spirituality of the world and of another world according to principles”, he added, “Islamic spirituality pursues justice and the fight against oppression, and those who follow this spirituality want to promote the justice in society”.

“The month of Rajab is a good introduction to Sha’ban and Ramadan,” Ayatollah Ramazani stressed, “To promote spirituality and morality, we need to lay the foundations, and the media can do that.”

Making a film about the formation of the Islamic revolution is necessary

“So far, no film has been made about the formation of the Islamic revolution,” he said. “The events of the Islamic revolution from 1963 until the victory of the revolution, which was accompanied by the efforts of various walks of life, including students, has the potential to become a film

“The Supreme Leader considered the explanation of jihad to be the most important mission of the media today,” he said, “the enemies seek to ensure that the achievements of the Islamic Revolution are completely ignored.”

“The explanation of jihad means introducing the achievements of the revolution and the system’s philosophy of justice and foiling the plots of enemies by answering doubts,” Ayatollah Ramazani said.

“The achievements of Iran’s Islamic Revolution are many in various fields, but the dictatorship of the media has failed to properly explain these achievements,” continued the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as). .

“The media empire seeks to present the era of the Shah better than today,” he said, “Today we have made great strides in the field of education, research, science, etc. For example, the presence of women in different fields has grown and cannot be compared to the era of the Shah.

“One of the important tasks of the media and cyberspace is to document the achievements of the Islamic revolution,” Ayatollah Ramazani added, “the republican aspect of the Islamic system must be properly introduced, and an example is the holding of elections every year on average.”

“On the other hand, in America, which wants to be a democracy, we see that after the presidential election, frauds and riots take place under the direct direction of the president of the time”, he underlined.

Emphasizing that doubts such as the inefficiency and illegitimacy of the Islamic system must find an answer, especially in the media, the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as) said: “The task of the revolutionary media is to respond to suspicions against the Islamic Republic”.

In immoral media, immorality and vulgarity are promoted

“The media must respond correctly to the conspiracies that have been hatched over these 43 years to overthrow the Islamic system,” he said, “the conspiracies of enemies, monarchists, infiltrators, etc. must be foiled in the media”.

“Today, many recognize that the Supreme Leader has followed the path of the late Imam Khomeini (ra),” Ayatollah Ramazani said, “Islamic centers and the geography of resistance have spread around the world today. ‘today’.

“Today in Yemen, Bahrain, Argentina and other American and Islamic countries there is a call for justice,” he said.

“The dimensions of General Qassem Soleimani’s personality and background must be explained by the revolutionary media,” said the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as), “General Soleimani was the commander of peace, but the enemy seeks terror and promotes violence.

“Media literacy means the ability to use media for specific purposes,” he added, “media ethics is a set of rules that can be realized based on the call of nature and consciousness in professional work”.

“Media ethics is a subset of practical and professional ethics,” Ayatollah Ramazani stressed. “If media ethics is taken into account, it can affect the behavior of society.”

“If there is no morality in the media, debauchery will be promoted,” he said, “many foreign media, like the school of Machiavelli, do not adhere to any moral values.”

“In order to have bad propaganda, the system of domination holds more than 95% of the power of the media”, added the general secretary of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as), “the system of domination always seeks colonization and exploitation and does not allow wealth to be spread around the world, and 90% of the world’s wealth is available to 10% of the world’s population.

“Many believe that the consideration of ethics is not beyond the reach of the media. Therefore, the media must build trust and adhere to the principles of value, which are professional ethics,” he stressed, referring to the rising suicide rate in the United States and Europe.

“In the field of media, a global code must be developed,” Ayatollah Ramazani clarified, “the domination and tyranny of Western media does not allow this issue to be pursued in cyberspace.”

Islam can form the moral code of the media

“To regulate the media ethics system in the world, we must have ethical standards, and Islam can form that moral code,” he said.

“In media ethics, the use of clear words is very important. But unfortunately, vague words have entered into all areas,” said the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as), “If the media does not follow ethics, there will be colonization of the media and slavery. One of the tasks of the Islamic system is to deal aggressively and hybridly with media that seek media slavery.

“In the West, the term ‘free media’ is used to insult the sacred,” he said, “To prevent vulgarity, there must be moral rules in the media to prevent the media from becoming a kind of dictatorship.”

“In Islam, media ethics are based on honesty,” Ayatollah Ramazani said. “If the media becomes moral, it can also play a role in moralizing the international community.”

“If the media were to report facts, crimes and the use of the arms industry to increase wealth, there would be no reputation for global arrogance,” he stressed.

“Today, examples of media ethics from the perspective of Islam need to be identified. In order to seriously pursue media ethics according to genuine values ​​and human standards, we must take global ethics seriously and at least meet certain minimums,” said the Secretary General of the World Assembly of AhlulBayt (as ).

“The migration to cyberspace and media has made our media ethics requirements a necessity,” he added, “media space is responsible for creating safety in society. We We must take seriously the golden opportunities to create security in society in the field of the media.

“The lack of respect for ethics in the field of media can make society unsafe in various fields,” he mentioned, “negative propaganda can inject bad energy into society.”

“The media can play an effective role in instilling hope or despair in society. Opponents of the Islamic revolution use the media to instill despair in society,” he said. “Whoever instills despair in society does not adhere to moral principles and does not believe in the achievements of the Islamic system.

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