عنوان مقاله [English]
Freedom as a human reality, freedom as a right, and freedom as a basic need in human life, have historically been one of the fundamental human rights concerns that have always been addressed in all religions and schools of thought and thought. Therefore, the concept of freedom means human reality embedded in the structure of creation and development of man, which undoubtedly has many types of freedom, one of which is freedom of opinion. The present study, with the approach of Islamic Religions and the Laws of Afghanistan and Iran, compares the concept and content of freedom of opinion. While examining the components of freedom from the point of view of Islam and Western schools of thought, the researcher describes their fundamental differences and finally describes and analyzes the view of the Qur'an, the way of the Prophet and the Muslim caliphs.
Investigating the Status of Freedom of Thought from the Perspectives of Islamic Religions and the Laws of Afghanistan and Iran and Reflecting it on Religious Thoughts and Religions is an issue that the leading article deals with with a descriptive-analytical approach to answering this key question: Freedom of Thought and Concepts What was its place in the Islamic religion and the laws of Afghanistan and Iran?