عنوان مقاله [English]
The path of the Islamic Movement of Iran, led by Imam Khomeini sometimes had become so complicated that understanding its leadership move - especially at the motivational stage - is not for everyone in complete line with the requirements of Islamic Shari'ah and raises questions in this regard in his mine. One of the important questions that this research seeks to answer in a descriptive-analytical way is how this boom uprising was led by Imam Khomeini - who needed to disrupt the existing order in royal authority - with the requirements of "rule of the necessity of preserving the system and not its disruption” is consistent. In response, it can be said that, at the beginning of the movement, the leadership was committed to adherence to the aforementioned rule and by accepting the primacy and rule of its provisions over other religious duties, in a way that would not entail disruption to people's livelihoods, but the widespread corruption of the royal government was such that it was made clear that the saint was not at all satisfied with it, and that the rule would be eliminated. It was people's livelihoods that, in turn, called for a correction to keep the social order from collapsing.