عنوان مقاله [English]
From the existing narratives and documents, it appears that the public atmosphere of the Najaf area during the years of Ayatollah Khomeini’s deportation to Iraq was not very much in line with his political and campaign policies and his student disciples. But this disagreement or noncompliance did not necessarily mean direct conflict. In most cases, Ayatollah Khomeini’s relations with the Najaf authorities and the virtues of mutual respect have been reported despite differences in policy and thought.
But the same narrations show that this was not the case with Ayatollah Seyyed Mohammad Rouhani, a Najaf educator, and he was the most important center of conflict and hostility with Ayatollah Khomeini and his militant followers.
In this article, we have tried to provide a comprehensive picture of this confrontation and the impact of the revolutionary view on how it arose and intensified by comparing and evaluating the remaining narratives of this conflict. An image that ultimately reflects, to a certain extent, the struggle of the revolutionary and the dominant view of ethics in the performance of the revolutionary and revolutionary clergy at that time.