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Imam Homeini and the Islamic World

Author(s): Ali Dastani Biraki
Contributor(s): Muamer Kodrić (Translator)
Subject(s): Governance, Political history, Theology and Religion, Islam studies, Government/Political systems, Politics and religion, Politics and society, Post-War period (1950 - 1989), Politics and Identity
Published by: Naučnoistraživački institut »Ibn Sina«
Keywords: Ruhollah Khomeini;
Summary/Abstract: In the vision of Imam Khomeini, r. a., Islam is a world religion that spreads the shadow of its grace over all parts and regions of the world. The Imam’s ideas and words, inspired by the Qur’an, hadith, and sublime Islamic teachings, are life-giving teachings whose primary task is to meet the needs of society, solve social problems, and ensure worldly and otherworldly happiness for peoples. With his broad insight, Imam Khomeini considers the problems of all Islamic societies a common and unique pain, for the elimination of which we must act jointly and comprehensively. He is convinced that the backwardness of Islamic countries in economic, technological, social and cultural terms stems from the old concept of imperialism and colonialism, and cannot be overcome except by a divine movement aimed at awakening and raising awareness of all Muslims, Shiites or Sunnis. (text by the editors)

  • Print-ISBN-10: 9958-845-08-6
  • Page Count: 84
  • Publication Year: 2012
  • Language: Bosnian