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2022-June-17  19:55

Zainulabideen Gaddafi: Nader Talebzadeh Spiritual Transformer

TEHRAN (FNA)- Zainulabideen Gaddafi, human rights activist, says the late Iranian filmmaker, Nader Talebzadeh, utilized arts and culture to guide people around the world into “heightened consciousness”.

Speaking in an interview with FNA. Gaddafi said, “By utilizing the vastest mechanism of influence to reach the consciousness of people, the great Talebzadeh has highlighted the importance of having enlightened individuals as leaders in this field, to positively influence the trajectory of humanity and further the scope of using all platforms to enhance the cause of humanity.”

Zainulabideen Gaddafi is a South African Islamic seminary student, human rights activist, teacher, organizer and coordinator at the Zakazy Foundation South Africa.

Below is the full text of the interview:


Nader Talebzadeh

Q: Along with his works at Cinema and holding conferences, Talebzadeh ran weekly TV programs including “Asr” (the Age) and “Raaz” (the Secret). How do you find Talebzadeh's activism in the field of media?

A: The Late Talebzadeh has proven to be not only an acclaimed media personality, producer, director, filmmaker and researcher, but also most importantly a spiritual transformer, utilizing the spaces of arts, culture, digital and creative media, to guide and purify the global direction of humanity in line with the sacred teachings of Islam, liberation theory and heightened consciousness. By utilizing the vastest mechanism of influence to reach the consciousness of people, the great Talebzadeh has highlighted the importance of having enlightened individuals as leaders in this field, to positively influence the trajectory of humanity and further the scope of using all platforms to enhance the cause of humanity. Talebzadeh in his wisdom championed this movement as encouraged by the leader of the Islamic Revolution who states people should use all platforms in support of the oppressed, in defense of Islam and opposition to tyranny.

Q: What is his legacy for the people, especially for the youth?

A: The death of Talebzadeh is a loss for all of humanity, however, he leaves a rich legacy of activism through his works which continues to positively impact the lives of youths and all those who strive to make the world a better place. Among the many important aspects of the legacy of Talebzadeh, his life teaches us the impact media and cinema can have in promoting truth as opposed to using conventional methods only. People of various talents are inspired by him, to enter the field of cinema and media and effectively use their creative skills for the cause of liberation against the West and their deceptive evil. Though he is gone, he lives on in the hearts and efforts of all those he has inspired and his name will forever be synonymous with the great movement of destroying Western hegemony through the creative arts.

Q: How do you think he would be followed by the future generations?

A: We believe that every great leader inspires others to become great leaders. Every great action inspires others to take great actions. Talebzadeh was a great leader, innovator and role model who already inspired an entire movement to follow in his footsteps while alive and we believe that this movement will only grow stronger after him.

Like Talebzadeh who became a great leader in his own field, being inspired by Imam Khomeini (ra) and taking the command of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Imam Khamenei (ra), others are filling roles of leadership whilst inspired by Talebzadeh and his noble works. As he transformed the spheres of creative arts, other revolutionaries like him are following in his footsteps and are modeling his revolutionary ideology.

The Islamic Revolution produced a great gift in the form of Talebzadeh and in turn, he has strengthened the many followers of the Islamic Revolution in the noble struggle of the soft war.