Pedro Molina


发自华盛顿特区 —— 伊朗的教权主义政权一直以来都沿袭着一个简单的统治模式,那就是最令人畏惧者得天下。而“恐吓制胜”也是最高领袖阿亚图拉阿里·哈梅内伊在其演说中经常用到的比喻,事实上这也是解读此人政治哲学的一条可靠线索。

但这一观点的始作俑者并不是哈梅内伊,而是出自于《古兰经》和伊斯兰教什叶派的传统。比如伊朗革命卫队的制服上就绣有一段《古兰经》经文 —— “准备好一切武力和马鞭,去威吓神的敌人,你的敌人以及其它你所未知的敌对者;神知道他们(的行踪)。”此外,根据什叶派传统,马赫迪这位什叶派救世主所采用的策略,就是在他重新降临世界之时威吓一切敌人。


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