عنوان مقاله [English]
The political structure of the Islamic Republic is based on the republic and Islam. The main question is whether this structure can manage social conflicts? The answer to this question depends on examining the quality of the combination of the republic and Islam and the prevailing order as to whether the two are compatible or whether the republic and Islam are in conflict. There are two views in this regard: First, the theory that the combination of republic and Islam is homogenous. The second is the view that the Islamic government is in conflict with the republic and the people. The result of this view of religious government is the inability of the state to manage social conflicts, but this style of government itself gives birth to unresolved conflicts. The decline of social harmony is one of the consequences of the decline of democracy. This article reinforces the first view by analyzing the concepts of "province", "Islamic government", "republic" and "social conflict" and by examining religious texts. In the end, he considers the pillar of the republic as a condition for the efficiency of the Islamic system and a reduction of social conflicts. The status and necessity of this debate becomes apparent when some raise the suspicion that the Islamic Republic is not efficient enough. This is a topic we did not find a background on. Therefore, designing it is the first step in designing the issue.