عنوان مقاله [English]
Shi'ism has been the official religion of Iran since the sixteenth century. Beliefs, leadership, and Shi'a institutions have played an important role in Iran's foreign policy, and Shi'a Islam has been mixed with politics from the outset; so we can say that Shiite history and beliefs are underpinned by the ideology of the Islamic Revolution and has been one of its most important roots. On the other hand, after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, the issue of the issuance of the revolution and the influence of the Islamic Revolution of Iran on the Shiite communities was highlighted. This research, using a descriptive-analytical method, attempts to answer this question: firstly, what was the effect of Shi'ism on the victory and continuation of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, and what impact the Shiite Islamic revolution has had on the Shi'a geopolitical. In the end, it is concluded that the values and principles of Shiite jurisprudence have led the Iranian Shiite people to react to the present situation through the help of the powerful Shiite leadership and create the Islamic Revolution of Iran. On the other hand, the Islamic Revolution of Iran has also contributed to the expansion of the Shia influence in the Middle East.