عنوان مقاله [English]
From 2000s onward, dilemma of security has been complicated by expansion of globalization and development in social movements. In the region of Middle East, we have seen more complexity in security and identity-based violence duo to reasons such as: incensement of involvement and negative role of regional and Trans -regional powers and ethnic, religious and Takfiri groups. In this study, by explanative – analytical method and future study, the authors try to answer this question: how would be the future of security in Middle East in post ISIS? The hypothesis IS: Middle East in the era of post Isis would have seen the continuance of insecurity by takfiri (ex-communicative) groups due to these reasons: institutionalizing and rootedness of fundamental minds and continuity of social contexts for formation of Salafi- ex-communicative Groups because of humiliation and religious threats by globalization and globality of western values and cultures, poverty, economic- class inequality and gaps due to globalization of neo-liberal economy, in-efficient governments, dependency to foreign powers and so on. Findings of this study shows that, due to continuity of above- mentioned contexts and dissatisfactions, in future we have been faced to ISIS and ex-Communicative thought in the masses, so falling of ISIS, necessarily doesn’t mean the ending of violence. Perhaps we can decrease temporarily the Ex- communicative groups’ violence in this region by international political and military actions, but this actions is not eternal. So the permanent peace need to necessary social and mind preconditions by formation of trans- regional social movement and recruitment from peace elite and activists beyond of religious, ethnical and national prejudice as well as the mind and belief reformation in the masses.