استادیار دانشگاه معارف اسلامی
عنوان مقاله [English]
One Islamic teaching, partially reflected in IRI Constitutional Law, is the way of acting and behaving towards non-Muslims. The fourteenth principle of IRI Constitutional Law, on the eighth verse of chapter Mumtahana, has regarded good manner of behavior, justice in action and observing human rights towards non-Muslims and as a duty of IRI state and Muslims. This principle shows IRI`s moral manner of interaction towards non-Muslim. Though pluralists for proving
their own view, speak of good manner of interaction towards all followers of religions, one may find a considerable distinction between theirs and this principle of IRI Constitutional Law. Such meaning of pluralism had been put forward in Islam; yet, it does not lead to epistemological and salvational pluralism. The paper has critsized pluralists` view in the field and described fundamental deference of that principle with the mentioned view.