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Freedom of Religion: The Contribution of Contemporary Iranian Reformist Scholars
This article examines a specific line of thinking shared by several contemporary reformist Iranian religious scholars who present arguments in favor of freedom of religion. Focusing on the ideas of five prominent reformist Iranian scholars—Abdolkarim Soroush (b.1945), Muhammad Mujtahed Shabestari (b.1936), Hasan Yousefi Eshkevari (b.1950), Mohsen Kadivar (b.1959), and Ahmad Qabel (d.2012)—the article argues that these thinkers' defense of freedom of religion is based not only on theirdoi:10.3390/rel12060384 fatcat:jdqlzry6nvb6jp6cex25u43ir4