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    The word Khomeinist and Khomeinists, derived from Khomeinism, are also used to describe members of Iran's clerical rulers and differentiate them from regular Shia Muslim clerics. Under Khomeini's leadership, Iran replaced its millennia-old monarchy with a theocratic republic. Khomeini brought about a major paradigm shift in Shia Islam.

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    Khomeinism also refers to the ruling clerical class of Iran after 1979. It can also be used to refer to the radicalization of segments of Shia populations of Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon, and the recruitment by the Iranian government of Shia minorities in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Africa.

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  4. Jun 5, 2014 · Khomeini’s transition from quietism to constitutionalism was prompted by the fear of secularism undermining the traditional role of the ulema in society. During this period, as long as the shariah was enforced, the form of government was of little concern to Khomeini. However, Khomeini began to change his position in the 1970s.

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    • 2014
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  6. Oct 29, 1993 · Khomeinism: Essays on the Islamic Republic. "Fanatic," "dogmatic," "fundamentalist"—these are the words most often used in the West to describe the Ayatollah Khomeini. The essays in this book challenge that view, arguing that Khomeini and his Islamic movement should be seen as a form of Third World political populism—a radical but pragmatic ...

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