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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.63
The present article is concerned with some of the questions relating to the divine obligation of enjoining good and forbidding evil in order to explain and revise this issue and show whether or not the term “enjoining good and forbidding evil” includes such things like guiding the ignorant, taking preventive actions in cultural and non-cultural affairs, judgement, exercising divine punishments and jihad (holy war).
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.62
Wilayah (guardianship) is considered one of key words of Islamic political thought. Having a clear and proper understanding of the meaning of this term is the key to understanding the political system in Islam and the theory of the guardianship of Islamic jurist in particular.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.61
Key questions have been raised about Irans constitutional movement, which are also a subject of inquiry and speculation today. One of these questions is about defining the political status of faqih in the discourse of the constitutional movement era.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.60
The distinction between political thought in Islam and other political thoughts in explaining divine rule and the priority it has over them regarding the key role of the element of divine permission and its rational relation with the true rule or the very Turth is something hidden.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.59
Akhun­d Khorāsāni is one of the religious scholars who believes in absolute guardianship of Muslim jurist during the Occultation (Ghaybah) period.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.58
The principles of Islamic Government’s foreign policy turns around the free and mutual relations with other states, nations and groups, for the Islamic mission is a global one and Islam as a religion addresses the whole human beings regardless of their ethnicity, color or culture to which they belong.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.57
In this article a discussion is raised as to the general conditions of guardianship, which is a complementary discussion in relation to the previously mentioned five conditions presented in part one in the last issue of the quarterly.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.56
Mans intellect commands that governing a society requires certain conditions, without which it is not possible for one to become a guardian for the nation.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.55
The guardianship of a religious jurist has been established by many intellectual proofs. Imam Khomeini and the late Ayatollah Khois opinions about this matter are based on two of these intellectual proofs.
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The Quarterly Journal
Islamic Government No.54
A sovereign’s will cannot be binding without being legitimate, a condition which constitutes the basis of a sovereigns power and its nature. This differs from the legitimacy of man’s voluntary behavior or the legitimacy of man’s will (stemming from human behavior).
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