specialty journal of politics and law
Study of the Place of Peace in Imam Musa Sadr's Thoughts
Maryam Gomshad, Rasoul Safarahang
What is unique to Musa Sadr's idea is to avoid the absurdity and understanding that the world has become aware of today. Imam Musa Sadr believes peace and tranquility in the present world is possible through dialogue in a diverse religious community, in which all religions, sects, and all parts of the nation are contributing. Imam al-Sadr, by avoiding absolutism, through dialogue among the religions and cultures through the prophets. Injustice, the spread of poverty and the lack of attention to human freedoms were considered as a factor in creating violence in society. Love and affection in the words of the Imam have turned to the goal of building national capital, which has brought people closer together and brought them together to form and promote a powerful society. This paper uses the library method to examine the issue of peace with Imam Musa Sadr's thought.