Tehran, YJC. Iranian scholars and university professors have addressed the Egyptian President in a letter, conveying their readiness to transfer scientific knowledge to Egypt.
Drafted on the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, the letter is signed by 17 Iranian scholars and academics, suggesting to lay the scientific and governmental foundation of Egypt on Islamic teachings and to use Irano-Islamic wealth of knowledge and expertise in doing so.
Mentioning a number of achievements and exemplary developments Iran has made in various areas under a religious government, the letter provides comments on the West's recognition of religion in the management of social norms as well as individual's well-being in family and society where religiosity is being considered as a robust axis. They have considered a return to religion as the result of deadlocks created by developments without religion and extensive social crises.
The letter reads "From the beginning the Islamic Republic of Iran set off by assigning the presence of Islam in the entirety of the system and all executive, legislative, and jurisdictional matters."
The most important constitutional principles are its first and second ones in which the foundation of the Islamic Republic of Iran on Islamic belief and rules is made clear.
Authors of the letter stated that in political, economical, and cultural development there have been great and astonishing measures by which, despite 8 years of imposed war as well as sanctions, today Iran is honored to have uprooted poverty in rural and urban areas to gain a respectable position in science and technology, thanks to the wise leadership of Imam Khomeini and Ayatollah Khamenei.
In this regard Hojjat Ol-Islam Ahmad Ahmadi, member of the Supreme Council of Cultural
Revolution and a co-author of the letter, has said that the letter has been
written to open a cultural ground.