The Integration of the Muslim World and Revival of Islamic Civilization

Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 Assistant Professor of International Relations, Imam Sadiq (a.s) University

2 MA student of Islamic Studies and Political Science at Imam Sadiq University

Abstract

The formation of Islamic civilization based on its universal achievements is considered one of the most important turning points in the history of mankind. Throughout history, this civilization has experienced many ups and downs. The elements and factors shaping Islamic civilization have always tried to revive this civilization and universalize it throughout the time. With the collapse of the bipolar world order and the strengthening of regionalism in the international arena, Islamic countries are provided with a good opportunity to restore Islamic civilization and raising the concept of Islamic Ummah as an important pillar of power in the future world. The realization of this issue, however, requires the unification and integration of Islamic countries as main players of the revival of Islamic civilization.

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