عنوان مقاله [English]
Mahdavi society has transcendental characteristics such as comprehensive faith, comprehensive religion, comprehensive welfare, comprehensive comfort, as well as comprehensive security, defense, and resistance. The aforementioned characteristics, especially the characteristics of security, defense and resistance, which have been established and modeled by the waiting (for Imam Mahdi) society, i.e. the society of the Wali Faqih (guardianship of the Islamic jurist) in the era of occultation, their consistency and continuity depend on principles such as the leader focusing on justice, interaction, unity and charisma. Each of these axes, as principles and foundations, provide the context for social characteristics such as comfort, tranquility, welfare, resistance, security, and defense. Because with spread of justice, the public's trust in the system will increase, and through focusing on interaction, the people's serious presence in the society will increase. Moreover, by focusing on unity, the comprehensive and public participation of people in society becomes more serious, and with the charismatic role of the leader, people's love, and interest in the system and its political leaders deepens. The current study focuses on the main question: "What are the foundations of the social-security and defense culture of the society in the era of occultation based on the idea of Mahdism thought?" and it analyzes and explains the issue through anecdotal method along with narrative evidence.