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That the French Revolution defended itself victoriously against a Europe up in arms was due to the fact that it had founded, not a new system of government, but a new religion. Invincible Rome herself had to bow before the armies of nomad shepherds illuminated by the faith of Mohammed. For the same reason, the kings of Europe could not resist the tatterdemallion soldiers of the Convention. 8 32 DYNAMICS OF SIKH REVOLUTION A political or religious belief constitutes an act of faith elaborated in the unconsciousness over which, in spite of all appearances, reason has no hold.
Humanitarian Values The most significant item shared by religion and revolution, which makes them sail in the same boat, are the humanitarian values. It has been seen that the very raison d’etre of a revolution is the abolition or radical reconstruction of a de facto system of stratification in favour of the downtrodden and the oppressed. A revolution, thus, aims at closing the gap between what their actual condition is, and what it should be. This is what makes revolution idealistic, and its concern for the poor and the weak makes it humanitarian.