عنوان مقاله [English]
In the Islamic movement led by Ayatollah Khomeini, Hamadan clerics played a significant role from the very beginning (1342) until his arrest and detention and the migration of scholars to Tehran and exile from Iran and entering Iraq by creating a communication corridor between the revolutionaries and Ayatollah Khomeini. Because of these activities, Hamadan clerics were arrested, arrested and imprisoned during the Islamic revolution and were exiled to remote parts of the country on the eve of the victory of the revolution. The problem of this article is to investigate the causes of exile, the extent of the influence of the political-social activities of the exiled clerics of Hamedan against the regime and the outcome of their work. The research method in this research is descriptive-analytical, which was done using archival-library sources and oral history.The hypothesis of the article is that there is a significant relationship between the climate, beliefs, activities of exiles, the degree of influence and social acceptability in their native habitat and their forced residence. The findings of the research show that the activity and political-social and religious beliefs of militant clerics, along with popular acceptance, were related to the choice of their places of exile..