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Qaderi A, Aghajari S H, Farastkhah M, Goljan M. Analysis Ghamidi Political Discourse in transition from Maududi: Religion State or Religion Society. MJSS. 2016; 7 (3) :51-73
URL: http://jhs.modares.ac.ir/article-25-4788-en.html
1- Ph.D. Candidate in Islamic History, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
2- Assistant Professor, Department of History Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
3- Associate Professor, Institute for Research and Planning in Higher Education, Tehran, Iran
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Since the beginning of emergence of Pakistan as an independent country, the conflict about Islamic state had begun between the secular and religious groups. “What is the role of Islam in the government?” was the question that Pakistan was facing in the last decades of 20th century. In response to the question, Muslim scholars proposed two answers: the first group suppose that Islam is equal to government and second group believe that the government in Islam has only one dimension and other dimensions of Islam are much more important than political dimension. .Ghamidi with passing from the first approach, that was evident in the opinions of Maududi and he was the chief spokesperson, placed his interpretation of Islam, Qur'an and Sunnah based on the second approach. From view of Ghamidi, politically Islamic society establishment is precedence over the Islamic government. This society is possible through an Islamic Revolution and Revolution will pave the way for an Islamic state. The Islamic state is combination of three groups: Muslims, Mu`ahids and Zimmis. Such a state based on pluralism in religion and politics.  
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