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Fundamentals of Islam in International Relations

  • Ali Akbar Alikhani

Abstract

Human beings are dissimilar in their tastes and attitudes, as a result of which their outlook, ways of thinking, and their understanding of issues and phenomena can be completely different. On the other hand, according to Muslim philosophers, all human beings are essentially social. Due to these characteristics, different societies have emerged and each society has developed its own beliefs, then different political systems, each consistent with a given society’s beliefs, attitudes and structure. Historical and geographical factors have also played a significant part in the form and structure of societies. What is important in this process is that human beings’ interests and demands grow in different and even conflicting ways. If we, in light of these characteristics, consider the differences in interests and demands as normal, we can try to address and solve them constructively.

Keywords

International Relation Human Dignity Political Arena Muslim Country Religious Minority 
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