Research code: 162391219
Ethics code: 162391219
Clinical trials code: 162391219

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Department of Sports Science, Imam Khomeini International University, Iran. ,
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Background & Aims: sport has a close relationship with spiritual health. The current research was conducted with the aim of studying the psychological and non-psychological dimensions and investigating the solutions of the negative effects of war on the society.
Materials & Methods:  The current research is applied research and in terms of the data collection method, it was conducted in the field. The statistical population included experts knowledgeable about sports and politics. After identifying these people (n=34), all these people were identified as the research sample based on the whole number sampling method. In order to identify these samples, the purposeful sampling method was used. The research tool was a researcher-made questionnaire, whose validity and reliability were confirmed. The whole research data analysis process was done using Superdesign and BT Topsys solver software.
Results: The results showed that 87.5% of the participants in the study were men and 12.5% were women. Also, 81.22% had a doctoral degree and 18.78% had a master's degree or lower. Also, psychological war has an effect on the image of Middle Eastern sports by -0.387. According to the results of BT TopSis SoLver method.
Conclusions: The results showed that military war has an effect of -0.198 on the image of sports in the Middle East i.e., war has a negative and significant relationship with the image of sports, which in itself has a bad psychological effect on the sports community. it was found that creating a sports network covering sports in Islamic countries is the best way to manage and control war and terrorism in order to improve the image of sports. 
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical Psychiatry

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