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The auspicious personality of Imam Khomeini (R) is an ocean of lessons that serves as a practical guide even in our present-day. Yet, what are the societal and the spiritual aspects of Imam Khomeini (R) and the Islamic Revolution, sometimes referred to as the Socio-Spiritual aspect of the Islamic Revolution? And what are two books authored by Imam Khomeini (R) that are highly suggested to be read by us? What aspects of Imam Khomeini (R) are witnessed in the aforementioned books that have been authored by Imam (R)? And did the great spiritual status of Imam Khomeini (R) prevent him from being an active leader who created and led one of the greatest movements of humanity? Is there a contradiction between deep spirituality and taking a proactive and \'on the ground\' stand on socio-political issues? Did the holy Prophet Muhammad (A) and the divinely appointed Imams (A) merely sit in their houses and/or the Masjid to worship Allah and that\'s it? What are some examples in the history of the Muslims that depicts the real and untainted stance of the previous divinely appointed Prophets (A), the holy Prophet Muhammad (S), and the Immaculate Imams (A) when it came to societal matters? What is the meaning of a \"vacuum/hole\" as it appears in the well-known tradition that when a religious scholar dies, a vacuum/hole is created that cannot be filled up? And what aspects of the Ahl al-Bayt (A) should be represented by us in our capacity as a good Muslim, as a devout Mo\'min, and as a righteous religious scholar? In reality, do we create our own spirituality or is there another ultimate source which endows us with spirituality? And what is the ultimate goal and purpose of creation as it relates to a Towheedi society? Did Imam Khomeini (R) bring about any innovations in Islam or was that which Imam Khomeini (R) preached, the original and pure Islam? What is the role of the governmental establishment when it comes to the nurturing of the people\'s spirituality? And in this regard, is there anything such as a neutral government? And are governments such as those in America, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and etc., considered to be neutral or so called \'secular\' governments? The fact that people can organize rally\'s for the LGBT people, but a Muslim woman cannot wear a Hijab, shows what fundamental attribute of the West? What effects did Imam Khomeini\'s spirituality have on great individuals such as Shaheed Mutahhari and on the people in general? How is it possible for a human being to be both at the epitome of spirituality and courage, simultaneously. And finally, why were the superpowers of Imam Khomeini\'s time and the superpowers of the present-day afraid of Imam Khomeini (R), the school of thought of Imam Khomeini (R), and the successor to Imam Khomeini (R), the current Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Sayyid Ali Khamenei? In order to answer these questions and more, we decided to invite Sayyid Muhammad Hashemi from the Islamic Republic of Iran to discuss \"Imam Khomeini & The Socio-Spiritual Revolution\". #IslamicPulse #IPTalkShow #ImamKhomeini #Khomeini #IslamicRepublic #IslamicRevolution #Revolution #Justice #Truth #ImamKhamenei #Khamenei #Iran #Oppressed #Tyrant #Taghut #Socio_Spiritual #Culture #Shia #Erfan #spirituality #Akhlaq #PureMuhammadanIslam #Islam #AhlulBayt #Quran #Allah

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