عنوان مقاله [English]
This article reviews the impact of Islamic revolution of Iran on Islamic resistance in Lebanon from the perspective of clarifying indexes of religious sense of duty in Islamic revolution. Having studied Islamic revolution leaders' opinions and Hezbullah of Lebanon's opinions, this hypothesis is proved that the element of religious sense of duty has exerted serious influence on the formation and continuatoin of Hezbullah Islamic Resistance in Lebanon which indicates this reality that both in the start and victory of Islamic revolution and the emergence of Hezbullah in Lebanon and its victories, the only factor emphasized by leaders of these two movements is to act upon divine assignment. Hezbullah has accepted the principle of welayate faqih [jurisprudent ruler] from Islamic teachings perspective and considers obeying wali faqih, jihad and resistance against Israel and preserving the Islamic republic of Iran as its duty and religious obligatoin on one hand and in the ruling based on welayate faqih in Iran acting upon divine assignments is the basis of the ruling on the other hand. Therefore Iranian leaders consider comprehensive defence ofHezbullah Islamic resistance in Lebanon as their religious duty.