Habibi, a man of morality and moderation
February 12th is the anniversary of the death of Hassan Habibi, who had been in various political positions for many years, but was well-versed in orbital ethics, Sadrism, and moderation in speech and behavior.
Last year, on the first day of the Fajr decade of the Islamic Revolution, our country lost one of its renowned political and cultural figures. Hassan Habibi, widely known by many as his first vice president in the fifth to seventh administrations, died last February at the age of 76.
The main characteristic of Habibi was the view of many politicians and cultures of friends, moderation, orthodoxy and Iranian friendship.
Hassan Ebrahim Habibi was born in Tehran in 1315 AH. While studying at the school, he also learned some common lessons in the field with his father and several professors.
As a teenager, Habibi also encouraged his father to work while studying; familiarity with the workplace, relationships, and some of the difficulties he encountered made the experience valuable to him.
He first studied law at the University of Tehran and then went to France, where he received a doctorate in sociology and law at the Sorbonne; he was fluent in English, French and Arabic.
Hassan Habibi joined the roaring wave of the nation’s prideful struggle against the Pahlavi regime, and was not unaware of his years abroad.
With the deportation of Imam Khomeini to France, Hassan Habibi used his guides in his meetings with Imam to continue the struggle, and, along with other French students, organized protests against the violence and repression of the Pahlavi dictatorship. Kurdish.
He also came to Tehran from Paris with Imam Khomeini on February 12, 1977, and until the end of his life, he had always been a source of service to the sacred system of the Islamic Republic.
Imam Khomeini exiled Hassan Habibi, a law graduate, at the time of his deportation to Noufle-Louchatou, France, to draft a constitution. He also wrote texts using the laws of some countries, and in 1979, a year after the glorious victory of the Islamic Revolution in preparing the final text of the constitution, he, along with a number of other jurists, held regular meetings in the Hosseinieh of Guidance. Within a month, he drafted a constitution. The draft was put to the public referendum on December 12, 1979 and approved by the nation.
He was also nominated in the first presidential elections of the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979, but eventually came in third place after Abolhassan Bani Sadr and Ahmad Madani.
Hassan Habibi also served as Minister of Culture and Higher Education in the interim cabinet of the Revolutionary Council and under the presidency of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. In the fifth, sixth, and seventh governments, Habibi served as the first vice president of the Islamic Republic.
He is also the President of the Foundation for Iranian Studies, Honorary and True Member of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution, Chairman of the Academy of Persian Language and Literature, Member of the Parliamentary Library Library Trustee, Member of the Arbitration Tribunal (Hague) and Member of the UNESCO National Commission. It has expediency.
The Academy of Persian Language and Literature is one of the four Iranian Academies in various fields of science, literature, and art in Iran and the Persian language domain. Hassan Habibi was named the first president of the academy.
Hassan Habibi’s scientific scholarship of Iran includes valuable works such as “Dialectics or Controversy and Sociology”, “Afzal al-Jihad”, “Dialectics and Methodology”, “Principles of Legal Sociology”, “Social Algebra and Human Freedom or Powers”, ” Remembrance of the Companions, “The Testament of the Qur’an and Science”, “Islam and Muslims in Russia”, “Two Sources of Ethics and Religion”, “Theoretical Ethics and Science of Science”, “Islam and the Crisis of Our Age” and … The souvenir is left.
He has also worked on law issues such as “Debates of International Law”, “Comparative Law and Sociology”, “In Search of Roots”, “An Old Student Now”, “A Letter from Thousands” and ” International Public Law ».
Hassan Habibi, a fighter for the right of way, finally, after a lifetime of service to the Islamic Republic of Iran on February 12th, 2012, while hospitalized in CCU ward of Tehran’s Farhangian Hospital, died at the age of 76, after suffering from heart failure and stomach surgery. Farewell and hastened to the right visit.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, said in a message on the occasion of the death of Hassan Habibi: “He was a faithful, pious and godly one; his history of service to the Islamic Republic began before the revolution and during the drafting of the constitution.” And it has continued for many years to become a member of the Revolutionary Council and then to assume other major responsibilities.
Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the chairman of the Expediency Council, who had Habibi as his first deputy during his presidency, said after his death that he was not unaware of a revolution and his mission; Habibi was a best friend and colleague while fighting abroad and in the country, and was not ignorant of his revolution and his mission for a moment.
On the role of the late Habibi in drafting the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Hashimi said: He had a leading role in this task, that is, until the end of the drafting of the constitution, he would continue his work and develop it like a child who wanted to be nurtured. , Take care.
Sayed Mohammad Khatami, who was in his presidency for a period of Hassan Habibi’s first deputy, said about Habibi’s personality traits: Perhaps the most important thing about Mr. Habibi is that he is from a cultural perspective into the world of politics. That kind of look at politics is what we need in society today