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In the present world, one of the rival patterns of the Mullasadra’s Transcendental Policy (Siasat-e Motealieh) and the emerged pattern from the monotheist principles of Islam is the political pattern of Al-e Saud political system thatchants the slogan of monotheism and worshipping God with the help of Vahabis. During its three periods of statesmanship, especially during the governance of the third government in the past eight decades, Al-e Saud dynasty, with knitting its political and ground development policies to religious perspective of Ibn-e Abdul Vahab has profited from penetration and verification of the Vahabi scholars in capturing many parts of the Arabic peninsula and dominating different tribes and religions.The main question of the present article is “how different contemporary Vahabi movements have been used by the Saudi governors to continue the power of the political system in the past eight decades?”.
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