Quranic Strategies in Facing the Challenges of Political Independence of Islamic States from the Perspective of the Supreme Leader

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Independence-seeking" in international relations has been one of the most important challenges of independent states in different periods. This article poses the question of what are the Quranic strategies in facing the challenges of political independence of Islamic states from the perspective of the Supreme Leader? (Question). The hypothesis of the article is formulated as follows using the documentary analytical method (method): “in the opinion of the Supreme Leader, attention to Islamic principles and values, awareness and vigilance of Islamic nations, expediency, dignity and wisdom; Unitarianism of the Islamic Ummah, lack of trust in oppressors, anti-arrogance, non-dependence on foreigners, strengthening of political relations between Islamic states, creation of a joint Islamic defense force, are the most important strategies to overcome the challenges of political independence of Islamic states”  (hypothesis). If these strategies are implemented by the Islamic states, their effects will appear in the network of theoretical and practical outputs in the policy-making and foreign policy of Islamic states.

Journal of Crisis Studies of the Islamic World, Volume:10 Issue: 3, 2024
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