“Theory of Governing in Islam” by Ayatollah Araki and “Islamic Revolution; principles and features” by Mohammad Haghi have been published in Indonesian.
Both of the books have been translated upon orders by AhlulBayt (AS) World Assembly and published with the cooperation of the Jakarta Islamic Center.
Haghi’s book has been translated by Mohammad Shams al-Maarif. Consisting of eight chapters, the book talks about the nature of the Islamic Revolution, the necessities of establishing an Islamic government, Imam Khomeini’s thoughts, a theoretical model of the Islamic Revolution, Velayat-e Faqih (guardianship of the Islamic jurist), and religious democracy among other topics.
Translated by Nasser Damiaz, “Theory of Governing in Islam” is the result of a series of Kharij Fiqh classes by the author on governance from the perspective of Islam, in which various aspects of the subject are explored.
In the book, the author intends to examine the intellectual foundations of Islamic thought and different views on the issue of governance. He has tried to compare the different views on governance with the view of Islam in this regard, with a brief reference to the main concepts and their arguments.
The topics of the seven chapters of this book are “The main roots and foundations of the idea of governance”, “Religious domination from the perspective of the Quran”, “The divine prophets as the main rulers over the people”, “The appointment of the Prophet (PBUH) as leader and ruler”, “The rightful rule of the Imams (AS) after the Prophet (PBUH)”, “The rule of just jurists during the occultation of Imam Mahdi (AS)” and “The theory of the council in Islam”.