Politics 13item Is according to Islam religion separate from politics? How can a Muslim take part in politics? What is a proper behavior for a Muslim in politics and from what kind of activities should be refrained? Is some type of activity haram? Backbiting is prohibited in Islam. So how a man can raise his voice against cruel person or tell other people about the wicked nature of any person or system? If the wicked person was an oppressor ruler, is backbiting such a person permitted? How do you see the relations of the Islamic world with the west? Please clarify the position of Islam on democracy? Please clarify Islam`s view on democracy? Has Islamic referred to any special form of government? What are the borders of the Islamic Government from the political view of Islam? What is the relationship between people and government in Islam? Does Islam give any rights to the people that they can demand from the government? What is the relationship between the governments that was formed by the Prophet of God (s) with the inner God seeking nature of the people of that time? If Islam is supposed to rule, it has to be secularized - a thing that does not comply with the secrecy of Islam as a religion. Islamic commandments are unchangeable whereas politics is changeable. How can one reconcile between the two? How far is "enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil" [amr bi’l-ma‘rūf wa nahyi ‘an’il-munkar] accepted in a religious administration as regards administrative affairs?