عنوان مقاله [English]
Objective: The Islamic world is suffering from various crises in the current situation, and we have not spoken exacerbatedly if the prevailing strategic dominant position of the Islamic world is a destabilizing and inappropriate space in terms of sustainable development indicators. The purpose of this study is to present a model of the geopolitical crises of the Islamic world in the format of internal and international crises on two levels between the countries of the Islamic world and other countries.
Methods: The research methodology is descriptive-analytic. The required information is collected using a library method and by referring to authoritative sources, books and articles. The main question of the research is which of the actors and at what level are involved in the crises of the Islamic world?
Results: The creation of a crisis at various levels throughout the Muslim world, especially in the Middle East and North Africa, has prevented the Islamic states from becoming powerful. Most of the geopolitical crises exist on the surface between the Islamic world countries, and secondly, between the West and the Muslim world. This point reflects the geopolitical interests of many Western countries in the Muslim world, which do not easily ignore this part of their national interests.
Conclusion: The results of the research indicate that since the crises of the Islamic world have two internal and external origins and fields, and has spread to different levels and dimensions in this region, unfortunately in the current situation, a clear vision for reducing and resolving conflicts and going towards Islamic unity and coherence does not exist.