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khoramshad M, saedy K. Al-Nehza Movement, The Government Model of Islamists in Tunisia after 2011. پژوهشهاي سياسي جهان اسلام 2022; 12 (3)
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This research explains the “know-how” of the nature and government model of Alnehzah movement in Tunisia in 2011 and onward.
During this period, this Movement has entered in political arena and empowered politically by popular votes. Although there has been the possibility of establishing Islamic Caliphate by the Islamic Sunni movements, but the investigations regarding interviews, declarations and policies adopted by Alnehzah show that this movement has not been trying to establish an Islamic Caliphate.
According to the texts of Rashid-AlGhanoushi, the founder of the Movement, he not only recognizes the democracy and human rights officially, but also, he believes that these two are the goals and ideals of Islam which help to achieve and results in freedom and justice, and that is the real spirit of Islam. So, the Alnehzah is trying to make a system based on Secular Democracy and Secular-Political Islam in which all groups including Islamists, leftists, and seculars have the right to participate and act legally. In such a model of government of Islamic Alnehzah in Tunisia, Islamists would work as a political group whose activities would be based on secularism.
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/03/1 | Accepted: 2021/06/7 | Published: 2021/06/22

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