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مطالعات تاریخ اسلام 2010, 2(6): 151-173 Back to browse issues page
Religious Policy of the Right guided (Rashidun) Caliphs
Ali Mohammad Valavi *, Shahla Bakhtiari
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In newly established Islamic society, the Right guided (Rashidun) Caliphs designed 
And executed policies which indicated their kind of thinking and religious manners. The present writing has the intention of comparing  their policy-makings with religious teachings. It is supposed that the Hali Quran and the Prophet’s tradition (Sunnah) (May God Bless Him) are considered as sources of designating of the caliphs’ policies and a yardstick for measuring their religious manners. Methodically, the origin of the God’s Book and the Prophet’s Sunnah are considered as “standard principles” in measuring of the correspondence rate.
The studies point out in spite of resistance, some policies were made and followed, beside the pervious principles, as the Sirah of the two Sheikhs (Abu-Bekr and Omar). Giving preference and advantage to the Umayyads also, brought about appearance of questions and even protests by persons who tested the deeds of every body and especially of the Caliph based on religion. As a result, some of their acts were so far from the standard yardsticks  that Ali’s attempts to return the society to the state of the Prophet’s Period  and to persuade them practicing on the God’s Book and the Prophet’s Sunnah was not so pleasant for those who had attained superiority and possibilities. 
Keywords: religious policy, the Right guided Caliphs, religious manners, the Holy Qurne, the Prophet’s Sunnah.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Islamic History
Received: 2017/08/30 | Accepted: 2017/08/30 | Published: 2017/08/30 | ePublished: 2017/08/30

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