Aims and Scope

The Journal of the Socio-Political Thought of Islam is a scholarly contribution to the socio-political ideology within Islam, characterized by a multidisciplinary and international perspective. This journal comprehensively covers subjects related to political philosophy, political fiqh/law, socio-political sciences, methodologies of Islamic political studies, and comparative analyses between Islamic and Western political sciences.

To fulfill our objectives, the journal is committed to the following principles:

  1. Publishing cutting-edge hypotheses and ideas on the socio-political philosophy within Islam.
  2. Introducing and analyzing Islamic socio-political thoughts by fostering international discourse.
  3. Providing an academic platform for scholars, educators, and students to exchange ideas and insights on various aspects of Islamic socio-political sciences and philosophy.

Content Coverage of this Journal

  1. Socio-political Philosophy
  2. Socio-political Fiqh
  3. Socio-political Sociology
  4. Islamic Jurisprudence in Politics
  5. Scientific Production of Islamic Socio-political Studies
  6. Methodologies of Islamic Socio-political Studies
  7. Political Ideas in the Quran and Traditions
  8. Shiite and Sunni Islamic Jurisprudence in Politics
  9. Political Studies of Islam in the West
  10. Democracy in the Political System of Islam
  11. Legitimacy Power in the Political System of Islam
  12. Women in the Islamic Political System
  13. Political Geography of Islam
  14. Political Culture in the Islamic System
  15. Government in the Islamic System
  16. Islamic Political Movements
  17. Sovereignty and Political Participation in the Islamic System
  18. Identity, Ethnicity, and Emmett in the Muslim World
  19. Intellectual Forces and Political Ideology in the Islamic World
  20. Political Thoughts of Leaders and Elites in the Islamic World
  21. Recent Research and Review of the Field of Socio-political Studies of Islam
  22. Criticism of the Latest Political Events in the Muslim World
  23. Terrorism and Extremist Groups in the Muslim World
  24. Religious Sects, Ethnic Minorities, and Social Classes in the Political System of Islam.
  25. Islamic Revolution of Iran
  26. Political System of Islam and Developments in the Middle East
  27. Political Literature of the Muslim World
  28. Political Crisis of Islamic Countries
  29. Political Relations of Islamic Countries
  30. Political Life of the Muslim World
  31. Addressing Islamophobia
  32. Foreign Policies of the Muslim World
  33. Political Ideas of Khomeini's Imam
  34. Revolutions and Movements in the Muslim World

This journal aims to be a leading source for scholarly discourse on the socio-political thought within Islam, fostering understanding, and contributing to the global dialogue on Islamic political studies.