عنوان مقاله [English]
Despite the relative weakening and destruction of systematic and logistics cores of ISIS and Al-Nusra in Iraq and Syria, the crisis of neo-terrorism still can lead to insecurity in different parts of the Middle East. Over the past years, various researches have been conducted to identify the reasons for the formation and formulation of the forms and dimensions of terrorism. In line with these studies, measures have been taken or are in place at the governments and international level or to restrict terrorist acts. However, according to the researchers of the current study, existing researches and measures to control terrorism have not entered the realm ofidentity insecurity yet. Using a qualitative research method and descriptive-analytic approach, the present study seeks to answer this question: What are the impacts on national identity insecurity on the development of neo-tourism in the Middle East? According to the authors, because of the fundamental role of "religion" innational identity planning in the Middle East,there is an important relationship between identity insecurity and disrupted continuity of religious narratives.This relationship suggests thatthe selection of componentsof biographical narratives and their full monitoring by religious activists inside Iraq, added to creating identity insecurity, has given rise to or exacerbated the anxiety caused by shame in the beliefs and behavior of domestic actors, monitored business integrity policy, and in a seemingly unplanned way, the development of neo-terrorism in Iraq.