Definition of Islamic government
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Islamic government Definition from Social Science Dictionaries & Glossaries
The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran
The plan of the Islamic government as proposed by Imam Khumayni at the height of the period of repression and strangulation practiced by the despotic regime, produced a new specific, and streamline motive for the Muslim people, opening up before them the true path of Islamic ideological struggle, and giving greater intensity to the struggle of militant and committed Muslims both within the country and abroad. The movement continued on this course until finally popular dissatisfaction and intense rage of the public caused by the constantly increasing repression at home, and the projection of the struggle at the international level after exposure of the regime by the 'ulama' and militant students, shook the foundations of the regime violently. The regime and its sponsors were compelled to decrease the intensity of repression and to "liberalize" the political atmosphere of the country. This, they imagined, would serve as a safety valve, which would prevent their eventual downfall. But the people, aroused, conscious, and resolute under the decisive and unfaltering leadership of the Imam, embarked on a triumphant, unified, comprehensive, and countrywide uprising.
Islamic government Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Islamic government may refer to:
- A form of government practised by states which call themselves Islamic republics.
- Varying proposals from Islamic Fundamentalism and Islamism for an Islamic Caliphate, Islamic democracy and/or Sharia Law.
- The book Islamic Government: Governance of the Jurist, by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini of Iran.
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