The Concept of Justice in the History of Iran's Islamic Revolution
The concern of the emergence of an equitable life has always been with mankind throughout the history. Therefore, different approaches and how to implement the concept of justice in society have raised, especially among Islamic and Western scholars. One of the scholars who have studied the issue of justice in Islam is Imam Khomeini. A question that arises is: What is the interpretation of justice in the thoughts of Imam Khomeini? This paper will describe the characteristics of justice through the thoughts of Imam Khomeini. Imam Khomeini, is one of the greatest thinkers of the Islam’s world who has an Islamic interpretation of the meaning of justice and how it is realized in society, with the influence of Islamic thoughts in Qur’an and the Prophetic and Alawi’s behaviors or manners. He knows justice as a natural thing in human nature that the great God puts it in human’s nature. Imam Khomeini describes the indicators of justice in a society in this way: Respect to the talents of people in the society, being moderate in the affairs, The priority of social Interests on the individual interests; Establishment of truth and justice in society and having a fair view to the human and the alleviation of poverty and exclusion from society.
Justice; Imam Khomeini; Islamic thoughts
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