عنوان مقاله [English]
Terrorist-takfiri groups, including ISIS, are one of the obstacles to the realization of the strategies of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the horizon of 2025 in the surrounding area. The research literature indicates; ISIL, like other terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda, continues to carry out "terror" and "takfir" in connection with the countries of the resistance for two main reasons: Curbing the political Islam of the Islamic resistance by extremism and curbing the goals of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Islamic world and the West Asian region until 2025. On the other hand, the threats of ISIS from the western borders against the Islamic Republic of Iran have decreased and the defeat of ISIS has been caused by the series of operations of the Resistance Front so that transfer its terrorist-takfiri terrorist cells from the western borders of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the neighboring countries of eastern Iran. Now it's essential to ask this question “How (weak, possible, probable) is it possible for ISIS to become a state in Afghanistan by 1404?" Therefore, the main purpose of this article, is to investigate the possibility of state-building of ISIL, especially in Afghanistan as one of the countries that is suffering from political instability; The findings of this study are based on the analytical-descriptive method and future research indicates it; ISIL's statehood in Afghanistan, as one of Iran's eastern neighbors, is possible based on the country's geopolitical and field conditions. However, the ideology of ISIL is illegitimate and unacceptable in Afghan society, and this terrorist group does not have the same social status and historical background in Afghanistan as the Taliban. However, factors such as the presence of ISIL in this country, the political instability of Afghanistan and the possibility of ISIL allying with other takfiri and extremist groups, make it possible for ISIL to become a state in Afghanistan. Ultimately, confronting ISIS from the perspective of elites and research resources in the surrounding environment, including Afghanistan, is in the light of the application of material, institutional and ideological strategies.