عنوان مقاله [English]
Hamadan, as one of the oldest cities in Iran, and the center of the Median state, which undoubtedly has been the "heart of Iran" in popular thought since the Achaemenid era in terms of geography. In the late Sassanid era, it was easily subjected to invasion, and with its conquest by the Muslims, Islam came to this city. This study attempts to examine the process of forced or compulsory entry of Islam into the city of Hamadan and attempts to reject the theory of forced acceptance of Islam by Hamadan people on the one hand and to criticize the idea of easy acceptance of Islam by Hamadan people. This study examines the following: (a) The people of Hamadan have shown strong resistance to the Arabs, but this does not mean that Islam has also been forced into the Hamadan culture. B) The Islamisation of the Hamadans has not been rational and deliberate everywhere, but other psychological, social, economic and political factors have also influenced their Islamization. C) Adoption of Islam did not necessarily mean acceptance of Arab culture, but the core of Islam as a text (Qur'an) penetrated among the Hamadans, and they were able to understand this revelation, and finally to fit it with their human possessions and to mix it with the truth. Heavenly Islam, cultural objectification. heavenly truth of Islam a cultural object.