نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
دکترای تاریخ ایران بعد از اسلام و مدرس گروه تاریخ، دانشگاه بینالمللی امام خمینی (ره)، قزوین، ایران.
عنوان مقاله [English]
The victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran was the result of the presence of different social groups and classes with the guidance and support of marketers and clergy in different cities. During the Islamic movement, the interaction and cooperation of marketers, unions and scholars with religious and cultural motivations played a prominent role in the political mobilization of the people and managing of revolutionary struggles. The historical city of Qazvin with famous marketers and scholars was one of these centers. Explaining the performance of these two social layers in the continuance and victory of the revolution and the mobilization and class consciousness of the people in the years 1978-79 is the main subject of the present article. This article, with a historical approach and relying on published documents, memoirs, newspapers and interviews, tries to answer the question “what was the role and performance of Qazvin clerics and marketers in the Islamic revolution campaigns?” The findings show that the two traditional market and spiritual strata were active in different stages of the Islamic movement from the beginning to February 1979 in opposition to the non-religious policies of the Pahlavi regime and played a prominent role in mobilizing the people, managing the struggles and the victory of the Islamic revolution in this city.