Document Type: Original Article
Islamic Azad University, garmsar Branch, Iran
Islamshahr Branch, Islamic Azad University, Islamshar, Iran
Garmsar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Garmsar, Iran
Today, tourism does not belong to a particular group, and everyone can explore places and enjoy leisure, knowledge and experience depending on their financial strength and interests. As a result, tourism has become one of the largest economic sectors in the world. However, the problem most Muslim countries face to the development of the tourism industry is the Islamic law that governs these countries.In this research, four main factors: 1- Trade with Muslims and presence in the business market. 2. Enjoy freedom in holding national and religious ceremonies. 3. Freedom to perform sentences and actions based on religion and religion. 4. Immunity and safety in terms of mortality, financial and occupation. As legal and legal challenges, the presence of non-Muslim tourists in Iran has been identified. After analyzing and prioritizing these factors using the AHP method, we obtained the following results. The most important challenge we face is the freedom to carry out the acts and actions on the basis of religion and religion, and the least important issue is the trade with the Muslims and the presence in the business market. 1- Freedom to perform ordinances and acts on the basis of religion. 2. Freedom to hold national and religious ceremonies. 3. Immunity and security in terms of mortality, financial and occupation. 4. Trade with Muslims and presence in the business market.