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Sociological analysis of Mukhtar Thaqafi’s movement
Fatemeh Motamed langrudi, Mohammad Reza Barani
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Mukhtar’s anti Umayyad and anti Zubayri movement was a social-revolutionary movement to seek Imam Hussein's (AS) revenge and establishing a justice government. Therefore, a sociological study of this movement can greatly help in evaluating the movement. This research after collecting historical data analyzes the sociology of this movement based on four fundamental axes: the process, structure, and relationship with the actors of the movement, beliefs and the role of active forces. The result of this research indicates that after Mawalis achieved their rights, Mukhtar, as a charismatic leader, could accompany Mawals and the Shiites, but due to the incompatibility of the beliefs with plans and goals, Non-institutionalization of the movement in Iraq, and also Mukhtar’s desire to gain power, this movement was led to crisis and due to the lack of confirmation of Imam Sajjad (AS) eventually failed
Keywords: Social Movement, Mukhtar al-Thaqafi, Mawali, Imam Sajjad (AS)
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/01/27 | Accepted: 2020/01/27

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