- Firing squad: Imperial Army Generals, Kurds and Baluch.
- Human Rights representative, Marry Robinson complaints.
- A man stoned to death. Iranian Jews are imprisoned.
- A women bleeds to death suspended from a cliff.
- Heads of Islamic Justice review Robinson's complaints.
- A women is stoned to death.
- More people are hanged.
of society at all stages of the political decision-making process on which
the destiny of the country depends. In this way, during the course of
human development towards perfection, each individual will himself be
involved in, and responsible for the growth, advancement, and leadership
of society. Precisely in this lies the realization of the government of
the mustad'afun upon the earth (in accordance with the Quranic verse "And we wish to show favor to those who have been oppressed upon earth,
and to make them leaders and the inheritors" [28:5]).
The Velayat of the Just Faghih In keeping with the principles of governance [Velayat al-'amr] and
the perpetual necessity of leadership [imamah], the Constitution provides
for the establishment of leadership by a Faghih possessing the necessary
qualifications [jami' al-shar- a lit] and recognized as leader by the
people f this is in accordance with the hadith "The direction of [public] affairs is in the hands of those who are
learned concerning God and are trustworthy in matters pertaining to what
He permits and forbids" [Tuhaf al-'uqul, P. 176]).
Such leadership will prevent any deviation by the various organs of State
from their essential Islamic duties.
The Economy is a Means, Not an End In strengthening the foundations of the economy, the fundamental consideration
will be fulfillment of the material needs of man in the course of his
overall growth and development. This principle contrasts with other economic
systems, where the aim is concentration and accumulation of wealth and
maximization of profit. In materialist schools of thought, the economy
represents an end in itself, so that it comes to be a subversive and corrupting
factor in the course of man's development. In Islam, the economy is a
means, and all that is required of a means is that it should be an efficient
factor contributing to the attainment of the ultimate goal.