The Islamic Revolution of Iran, like many other revolutions, has had domestic, regional, and international consequences. One of the transnational consequences of the Islamic Revolution was that it was able to breathe new life into the body of Muslims in the world and to help revive political Islam. Factors such as cultural and religious proximity are seen as an important factor in accelerating the spread of the values of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Therefore, Yemen was one of the countries where the Islamic Revolution was reflected. Inspired by the Iranian Islamic Revolution, Yemeni Shiites have been very active in Yemen and have emerged as an effective force in the social and political field. This descriptive-analytic article attempts to examine the impact of the Islamic Revolution on the Shiite movements in Yemen and its reflection within the country and in the region, especially Saudi Arabia's policy towards Yemen. The findings of the research show that with the onset of the Islamic Revolution, a new spirit has sprung up on the Yemeni Shiite movements and they have added to the Shiite geopolitics by modeling the victory of the Islamic Revolution and following the values of the Islamic Revolution. Therefore, concerns by some countries in the region, especially Saudi Arabia, about the impact of the Islamic Revolution on Yemen have made it difficult to intervene in Yemen's internal affairs.
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