عنوان مقاله [English]
The Islamic Revolution of Iran has transnational consequences that could breathe new life into the body of Muslims around the world, especially Shiites. One of the most important of them is Shiite groups in the Republic of Azerbaijan. Shiites make up the majority of the country's population, making it the second largest Shiite country in the world. The focus of this article is to answer the question of what effect the Islamic Revolution of Iran had on the convergence of the Shiite groups of Azerbaijan. Iran has revitalized the Shiites of the Republic of Azerbaijan, who in the past decades, under the influence of the ruling secular political system of the country, and far from the idea of political Islam and religious movements. Findings and results show that the reflection of the Islamic Revolution of Iran on the Shiites of Azerbaijan, through the transmission of displacement, transmission and hierarchy due to the cultural, religious and geographical proximity of Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan and the alignment of leaders of Iranian Shiite parties and groups with the leaders of the Islamic Revolution. It has been more influential than any other factor in the origin, destination, and subject matter of the broadcast.