عنوان مقاله [English]
Objective: The Islamic Revolution of Iran has a religious and cultural nature. Given the discursive nature of the revolution, it has created tremendous changes in the political and value system and has had an impact on its peripheral countries. The culture of sacrifice and martyrdom in contemporary history began with the movement of Imam Khomeini, and expanded at the time of the imposed war and reached its peak at national and national levels. After the end of the eight-year imposed war, not only the culture of martyrdom has not been forgotten, it has continued, and found wide scope in the "axis of resistance" and beyond. The purpose of this study is to evaluate its impact.
Methods: The present article deals with the role and effect of the martyrdom of the Islamic Revolution, and seeks to answer this question, what has been the role and effect of the Islamic Revolution's sacrifice culture and martyrdom, and how these effects have acted. This paper is written using the qualitative research methodology analysis and the research is instrumental in analyzing value-comprehension.
Result: The research findings indicate that the culture of martyrdom at the national level has implemented the ideological and theoretical context of the Islamic Revolution since the beginning of the movement so far in the history of the Islamic revolution. On the regional and world levels, has provided the field of Islamic world convergence and expanding and strengthening the axis of resistance. On the surface of, and in the international arena, the field of anti-terrorism and countering international terrorism has provided a wider scope.
Conclusion: According to the research question, the result of the research shows that the martyrdom culture has had an impact on the regional, trans-regional and international levels, but most important achievement was the fight against ISIS, "International Terrorism."