Imam Khomeini Urged Humanity to Follow Conduct of Imam Ali (PBUH)

Imam Khomeini Urged Humanity to Follow Conduct of Imam Ali (PBUH)

The founder of the Islamic Republic urged the whole human societies to follow footsteps of Imam Ali (peace be upon him) and other truthful successors of the holy prophet of Islam in order to gain prosperity and salvation.

Imam Khomeini attracted the attraction of entire Muslim nations and human societies to study and analyze the patterns of social justice set by Imam Ali and his the people of his holy household (peace be upon them).

It is noteworthy that Imam Ali never preferred an Arab to a non-Arab or an aristocrat to an ordinary man. He never compromised with the chiefs of tribes nor with the kings.

The founder of the Islamic Republic send regular messages on birthday anniversary of Imam Ali and invited all government officials and masses to follow footsteps of the truthful successor of the holy prophet in all perspectives of life.

The contemporary figure of the Muslim world maintained that legacy of Imam Ali (PBUH) should be preserved in all fields of human societies.

In the early days of Islam, the ideal Islamic government ruled twice: first at the time of the Holy Prophet Muhammad  and secondly when Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (peace be upon them) governed the Muslim societies and set unprecedented divine patterns.

 They were the only two examples that the immaterial values dominated. In other words, they were governments of justice in which the rulers had never violated the law. During those two periods, a government of law was in control and perhaps we will never find another government of law with such qualities all over the world.

A government whose head was equal to the simplest citizen living there before the law.
It happened in the government of the early Islam. In such a government all are equal before the law because the Islamic law is a divine one and all – whether the ruler, the Prophet, the Imam or the common people.

The Islamic leaders such as the holy prophet and his infallible successors such as Imam Ali (PBUH) were sitting among the people in small mosques and listening to their words.

 Those who had the country's destiny in their hands were meeting the common people in the same mosque in such a way that when somebody entered the mosque could not differentiate the leader and government officials from the populace.

 They were just like people in their dress style and association. Justice was so applied that if a citizen from the lowest class of the society took a legal action against the first person in the country, the judge used to summon the leader who would attend the court.

The Noble Prophet of Islam and Imam Ali (peace be upon them) were also following the law, the Divine law.

The founder of the Islamic Republic frequently said  that if the human societies preserve Imam Ali’s legacy, they could be prevented from social and moral decline and a viable and  fair social justice could be established across the

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