عنوان مقاله [English]
The theory of the Islamic Awakening presented by the Supreme Leader concerning revolutions in the Middle East involves a reasonable methodology and is based on the simultaneous presence of people and Divine values in the society. This has been Imam Khomeini's view as well. Two elements may be regarded as dangers for the Islamic Awakening: 1- dogmatism, and 2- self alienation. Thus, the Islamic Awakening stands against these two extremes.
The theory of Islamic Awakening does not seek to seize revolutions in this region. What that has been always emphasized by the Supreme Leader is presence of people and Divine values. This point is based on the assumption that if people are freely present in the scene, they will go naturally towards Divine and Islamic values.
The theory of the Islamic Awakening concerns revolutions in the Middle East and stands against western views. The West seeks to bring such revolutions to a path in which demands and interests of the West may be fulfilled. To this end, it will not avoid military interventions (like what that happened in Libya). It is not acceptable for the West that governments like the Islamic Republic of Iran be established in the region. In more than three last decades, this has been always one of the priorities of the West in this region. To prevent establishment of other Islamic Republics in the region, the West has employed all its security, defensive, and invasive capacities. Nevertheless, what that has been developed is patterns of the Islamic Revolution of Iran. It is difficult to predict that of what characteristics the future governments in the Middle East will be. What that is clear is that in the future Middle East people will have more roles to play, and there will be no room for life-long and quasi-Republic governments.