عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the prominent aspects of the Islamic revolution has been the role-playing and presence of religious forces in the development and formation of all stages of struggles and developments aimed at the victory of the Islamic Revolution. Kermanshah has always been one of the most important centers of activity of religious movements. Although the history and geographical and social environment of Kermanshah has been a platform for various activities of revolutionary currents such as different and plural strata within itself, such as various social forces, including tribunal, religious, urban, nomadic and rural groups, and traditional strata of merchants and traders, scholars, artisans and marketers and new classes and forces such as educators and teachers, workers and soldiers were all active in the cities and were able to find a favorable ground for their demands in the context of the developments of the Islamic Revolution; But the clerics had the role of the social forces. Among the clerics, some immigrant (non-native) clerics who resided in Kermanshah or were temporarily invited played an effective role in the development of militant and revolutionary thinking by participating in religious circles. This research is descriptive-analytical and relying on historical sources, shows that immigrant clerics and Missionaries played a major role in the revolution struggles of Kermanshah people.