The role of the Islamic Revolution of Iran in strengthening Shiite movements of Pakistan

Document Type : Original Article

Abstract

The concept of issuance revolution is synonymous with the expansion of revolution that it was considered by Imam at at beginning of the revolution. Before the revolution western countries's effort and program involved in the dried roots of Islam in different countries and reduced the concepts and doctorins of it. Because of this the most important influence of Islamic revolution was. Series of changes that occurred in the Iranian revolution, in addition to fundamental changs in the Iran's political system and society, beyond the borders of Iran swept and had a major influence in the Arab and Muslim world.
In pakistan, Iran's revolution leads to the promotion of intellectual and political vision of Shiite youth generation and strengthen »Movement enforcement law parsley« and »Imamia students organisation« that the revolution is the same horicon. But befor Islamic revolution, Pakistan Shiite clerics had little presence in the political and social social scenes and more shaped up on traditional ceremonies, banquet and feasts infallibles and especially mourners seydalshohada, and didn't have constructive role in this affairs too ;Because during these activities were more attentive to diffrences between Shia sunni.But after the Islamic Revolution, Shiite clerics on their religious and social movement, people were invited to participate in politics.

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