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News number: 8805281252

16:31 | 2009-08-19

Culture

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Cultural Officials Responsible for Monitoring Enemy's Soft Threats

TEHRAN (FNA)- Monitoring enemy's soft threats is among the most crucial responsibilities of the cultural officials, an Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) General said on Wednesday.



"The propagation officials should prevent or fight these threats," Deputy Representative of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution to IRGC General Mohammad Ali Asoudi said.

Asoudi described propagation as the most comprehensive field of activity of his department and the main pillar for the growth and promotion of any organization.

He also urged cultural directors and propagation officials to fulfill their responsibilities with utmost vigilance.

Earlier, the IRGC Commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari called for comprehensive efforts in all the cultural, economic, political and social grounds to confront the soft threats posed against the Islamic Republic.

"IRGC's strategy for confrontation with soft threats comprises preventative measures, full intelligence information on the type of a given threat and the time of its occurrence and plans for preventing its occurrence and formation," Jafari noted.

"Confronting soft threats in all the cultural, economic, political and social arenas is the most important need of the (Islamic) ruling system," the commander added.