Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Iran Revolution threat to Middle East. It needs to be at least 7750 words.Download file to see previous pages… In addition, in April 1925, Reza S

Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Iran Revolution threat to Middle East. It needs to be at least 7750 words.

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In addition, in April 1925, Reza Shah Pahlavi, King of Iran, occupied The Arab State of Ahwaz and annexed to Iran.4 In the contemporary times, Iran asserted its claim over the disputed island of Abu-Musa with United Arab Emirates.5 More recently, an Iranian military key figure declared that Persian Gulf is a property of Iran.6 Hence, Iran’s ambition to dominate the Middle East is driven by the glorious history of Persian Empire. From the Iranian perspective, Iran is raising power, while Arab nations are declining. The Arab leaders are not eligible to lead the Islamic nations. They could not defend their own countries rather than defending the Islamic nations. Palestine is occupied by Jews and Iraq is occupied by the Christians. Therefore, Arab leaders have stepped down and given the leadership of Umma to Iran to lead the Muslims to victory. 7 I would argue that Iran seeks to dominate the Middle East by exporting the revolution, by supporting the terrorism and militarily by expanding its hegemony in the region. The paper, firstly, will focus on why Iran is interested in exporting its revolution to the Middle East and what the targeted countries are. Then it will expand on Iran’s influence strategy by which it gains the heart and the mind of the Middle East population in general and Shiites in particular. …

The Iran nuclear ambition will be discussed as well. Finally, the paper will conclude with the discussion at hand. EXPORT OF REVOLUTION The principles of the Islamic revolution were based on Khomeini, the former Iranian supreme leader, a symbol of the Islamic government. Khomeini’s conception of Islamic government stems from the Persian Ideology and Islamic law. He perceived Islam as the best instrument to counter the Western influence in Iran.8 Hence, from Khomeini’s perspective, the Iranian resistance against the Shah should be an Islamic type revolution. Khomeini’s Antagonism against monarchical system was not limited to the Shah in Iran but also against the monarchical absolutism across the Islamic world.9 Khomeini’s perception of the Islamic State as non democratic type government was governed by clergy.10 Khomeini transformed Islam into anti-Western ideology and rejected the Middle Eastern border drawn by the Western power.11 From Khomeini’s perspective, the Islamic government calls for justice and should not be limited to Iran only. Therefore, it has to be exported to the Muslim world. Soon after toppling the Shah’s regime and assuming power in 1979, Khomeini implemented the Islamic Revolution Principles by calling upon the world wide Muslim community to take action against unjust, harsh, secular and nationalist rulers. And also called on Arab Gulf States to emulate Iran’s revolution model and serve the relation with the ‘Great Satan’. In addition, Khomeini called on the Saudi people to overthrow the House of Saud.

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