عنوان مقاله [English]
Since the Islamic world is the strategic depth of the Islamic revolution, it seems to be a strategic necessity to pay sserious attention to the development of Islamic movements through the hegemonic plans of the domination system. A network of revolutionary activists in the world arena, influenced by these teachings and within the framework of the axis of resistance against the domination system, are active. Although the axis of resistance as a concept accepted in the political space has always been a subject of discussion, but this axis has been considered as a combination of strategic alliance, security society and ideal network, considering its long-standing anti-hegemonic view against the United States and its regional allies are known in West Asia. What holds this complex coalition network together is a broadly shared normative vision of regional order that exists in member-centered discourse, guided by an ideal heritage, and actualized through spatial practice. The question of the research is raised as follows: What factors strengthen the link between Iran and Hezbollah and the axis of resistance in general? The authors' argument is that the historical-cultural links along with the simultaneous use of intelligent power in West Asia have not only strengthened the relationship between Iran and the resistance front and stabilized the battle of the war fronts ,but also by using the principles of Nomos (religion, religion-law-principles) and key places in southern Lebanon bordering the Zionist regime, J.A. Iran has been able to deepen its strategic influence and deterrence at the regional level. In this article, the spatial concepts of resistance and memorial spaces created by the two actors of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Hezbollah are discussed. Our argument is that nomos (religion-law-principles) is useful as an alternative conceptual tool for understanding the manifestations of order alongside more mainstream approaches.