عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the most rudimentary principles of Islam is the principle of "peace". Muslims, from the beginning of Islam, have benefited from this principle in the development of Islam. After the Islamic Revolution, the Islamic Republic of Iran has also been developing its relations with other countries by accepting the principle of peace in the
constitution. Some Islamic societies seek to reconcile with hostile countries with religion and the Islamic system, supposing that this principle applies to all enemies of the Islamic system. But traditionary, rational and objective evidence suggests that this principle applies only in cases where the enemies of the system are not in the wake of a war or conspiracy against the territorial integrity of the system, and in cases where the enemy is exposed to all existing weapons, such as the assassination of scientists and the types of sanctions Economic, social,
political, etc., it does not apply. So the first principle against this kind of enemy is resistance and fight, not peace. The present study, by examining verses, narrations and some historical evidence, seeks to prove the priority of the principle of "resistance and struggle" against sanctions, relative to the principle of "peace" in confronting the hostile enemy.