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Journal:   ISLAMIC REVOLUTION STUDIES   FALL 2012 , Volume 9 , Number 30; Page(s) 59 To 77.
 
Paper: 

STUDYING THE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS OF SEMINARY CURRENTS’ STANCE ABOUT THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION (1962-1979)

 
 
Author(s):  ARJINI HUSSEIN*
 
* ISLAMIC KNOWLEDGE UNIVERSITY
 
Abstract: 

To analyze seminary currents’ stance from 1960s till the victory of Islamic revolution, a different theoretical framework can be put forward. Western writers often speak of three currents: “completely political”, “moderate” and “radical”. Some internal writers mention three currents; “conservative and nonpolitical”, “moderate” and “revolutionary”. According to most Shiite jurisprudents’ who consider the revolution against tyrant rulers permissible or even mandatory, “revolutionary” current by Imam Khomeini’s leadership and the “anti-shah” current with ayatollah Golpayegani and ayatollah Najafi’s guidance. However, the viewpoint which does not sanction the uprising during the age of twelve Imam’s occultation, is not supported by jurisprudential bases and is mostly influenced by a dominant viewpoint in Qom seminary which recommends refrainment from politics.

 
Keyword(s): SEMINARY CURRENTS, REVOLUTION, REVOLUTIONARY CURRENT, ANTI-REGIME CURRENT, REFRAINMENT FROM POLITICS CURRENT, MODERATE CURRENT, DEPENDENT CURRENT
 
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