Document Type: Takhasosi
Assistant Professor of Islamic Jurisprudence/ Islamic Azad University (Najaf Abad Branch)
Doctor of Islamic Jurisprudence in Islamic Azad University (Najaf Abad Branch)/ Professor of Al-Mustafa Open University
The responsibility of a religious government in cyberspace can be divided into two parts: measures related to economic development and scientific, spiritual and ethical development; The Virtual Development and High Council holds the government responsible for developing measures to expand e-government and e-commerce, as well as defending, defending against hackers and cyberattacks; There is a common view among thinkers and they all emphasize the need to develop cyberspace in these areas. have.
What is at stake for some is the second part - the necessity of government responsibility in the spiritual and ethical spheres and the Islamic sciences; according to Islamic rule, one of its primary duties is to promote religious principles and to safeguard and protect them. There are various ways to do this; however, some still question whether protecting ideological boundaries is an inherent duty of government, which raises the question: Does Islamic jurisprudence and Islamic law have a duty to protect and protect citizens' ideological boundaries in cyberspace?
Accordingly, the hypothesis of this study is that: According to the philosophy of religious rule formation and jurisprudential arguments - the well-known and prohibited denial, the necessity of education, the jurisprudence of jurisprudence - as well as the principles contained in the laws of Iran, one of the The duties of the religious government are to protect and protect the ideological boundaries, one of which is to protect and protect cyberspace to prevent harming citizens' beliefs as a negative task - such as filtering - and to promote and promote religious beliefs in cyberspace. The task is positive.
To prove this hypothesis, a descriptive-analytical method has been used in the present study.