نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی
عنوان مقاله [العربیة]
The issue of exporting the Islamic Revolution has been one of the most controversial issues in the history of the Islamic Revolution of Iran. Some intellectuals, such as Mehdi Bazargan, have viewed it critically. The present study uses a descriptive-analytical method to examine his critical view of the policy of exporting the revolution and its evaluation. The research findings show that Bazargan had two views on this issue; in his initial stance he agreed with this issue and in his later views he is considered as one of the serious critics of this idea. He points to issues such as the imposition of the issuance of the revolution, the flight of nations from the revolution, the isolation of the Islamic Revolution, the departure of Muslims to the ranks of infidels, etc. as factors in his claim to oppose this issue. In response to this view, we can also point to issues such as the naturalness of the export of the revolution, the attraction of many nations to the Islamic Revolution, the lack of isolation of the Islamic Revolution due to the awakening of nations, and the conversion of young people to religion and etc.