عنوان مقاله [English]
Contemporary dissidents and enemies believe that the soft threat in the cultural sphere can change people's beliefs and attitudes in religious societies, especially the Islamic Republic of Iran, and then pave the way for their confrontation with the ruling political system and thus challenge the security of the country. In this research, the discussion of "deviation of human societies from religion and divine nature" is first considered as one of the assumed dimensions of soft cultural threat and it has been attempted to identify and identify its components by studying Islamic sources and specifically, the Holy Quran and prophetic traditions. The type of research, theoretical and applied-development and its research methodology is the foundation data (grounded theory) qualitatively. Its data were collected in a library and field form, using fishing tools and interviews by referring to the statistical population of the research including verses and interpretations of the Holy Quran with a cultural-educational approach and prophetic books, and its validity and reliability have been confirmed by 44 experts and experts through discovery and inspection in three stages of open, pivotal and selective coding. The findings show that the discussion of "deviation of human societies from religion and divine nature" is one of the dimensions of the soft cultural threat that is used against the Islamic security authority, and its components include "spreading prostitution and denial in society", "conditions for people's deviations", "promoting artistic programs and destructive entertainments", "cultural and propaganda invasion against religion", "heresy and innovation in religion", "preventing the growth of religious awareness and insight" "Hypocrisy in speech and actions", "aristocracy and worldlism", "seduction", "deviation in society", "division and division" and "fueling religious and religious differences".