عنوان مقاله [English]
Obviously, with the victory of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard of Iran in 1357 and subsequent events that were most affected by the victory of the revolution, Shi'ism became one of the most important and influential factors in the geopolitical world. The formation of a Shiite government led by religious scholars in a large country with a Shi'a majority has never occurred in the past. In this way, the Iranian revolution focused on the resurgence of Shiite religious identity and, even more generally, the Muslim religious identity of Shiism and Islam at the heart of the events and world news.
Undoubtedly, the Islamic Revolution of Iran is one of the most important and most prominent revolutions in the world in the last century. The revolution is not a closed process, which has only revolutionized a part of the country's administration, but is a fundamental all-out transformation. Until all aspects of a fundamental transformation take shape, there will never be a revolution. The Islamic Revolution is no exception to this rule; in the course of the revolution, all the social, cultural, political, and economic pillars of the past regime have undergone a radical transformation.
Islam is the main focus of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, and the Shi'a school, with its rich and valuable content, is the backbone of the belief and the goal of this revolution.
In the present article, in order to clarify the discussion, the concepts of revolution, Islam, the Islamic Revolution and Shi'a as the key words of the text are explained in order to clarify the discussion. In the following, the analysis of Shiite function in the Islamic Revolution and the reversal of the Islamic Revolution to Shiism are discussed. .