عنوان مقاله [English]
The natural nature of human beings in Nafs-al-Amr tends to go towards goodness and good deeds, which turns individual goodness into common good only when the former is driven towards the logic running in the society and demands interaction and compromise for all alike. And this, supported by the fact that perversities are driven in the Nasut (the earthly world) by human beings according to their personal interests, creates a conflict or confrontation among human beings, which is rooted in the good and evil conflict embedded in the creation itself. These two concepts (good and evil) indicate that good is an existential entity and evil is an non-existent entity. It is in the very relation to this duality that the oppressor and the oppressed acquire their sense and identity. Further, if viewed from a political and theologian perspective, the parties to a conflict between the good and evil will turn to damn and curse each other, before the conflict proves to be an objective and practical case. In this research, as it is necessary to understand the identity and function of damnation with a political theological approach, the problem was explored with descriptive method of case study type and documentation with a historical analysis focus, where, considering the significance of one of the research applications, the down-with-America approach came to be contemplated in the form of a case study subjected to its political philosophy with 100 subjects, something that indicates an in-depth and rational way of damning. So, the findings of this research substantiate the positive and negative approach to damning and cursing enemies, a fact that is embodied in the meaning of “DOWN WITH AMERICA”.