عنوان مقاله [English]
The power of Islamic Revolution in Iran is not because of its military or economic power, but because of its cultural and spiritual aspect of the revolution. Iran's Islamic Revolution is an example of a true spiritual discourse in politics or the presence of religion in politics that we can see nowadays some of its effects in the Muslim countries uprisings that is called the Islamic Awakening. This idea has not transferred to them by coercion and force, but this is the soft power of Islamic Revolution of Iran that spilled over in these countries and rooted in common Islamic beliefs of all Muslims. The question of this article is:" what are the main characteristics of the Islamic Revolution’s soft power and how it reflects in the Arab region and North Africa". The hypothesis of the article is: "Islamic Revolution's soft power relies on the Islamic ideology and preaching of presence spirituality in politics which recognized by Imam Khomeini. This power on the brink of these movements understood by the people of these countries and caused waves of Islamic awakening. The appearance of Iran’s soft power can be witnessed in the rise of revolutionary slogans and practical actions in these countries. This hypothesis will be evaluated based on the theoretical framework of the Theory of Cultural Export of Revolution.