عنوان مقاله [English]
The entire world was shocked by news was released in media at 2014: a semi state called Islamic State was founded by AbuBakr Al-Baghdadi who was reviving the golden age of Islamic Government, and asking men and women Muslims to swear allegiance to his state. This declaration caused western men and women to abandon family, education and bright future and migrate to Iraq and Syria. Although the state believes firmly in tradition of early Islam, it uses social media to impact on the people. Western Immigrants women recruit new members by means of narrating normal and Utopian aspects of ISIS. Everyday life theory and specifically Henri Lefebvre’s theory are used and developed from normal situations into abnormal and unaccustomed ones. This research explains narrations and re-presentations of 38 western immigrants (using ISIS-focused reports) released in social networks about western societies, ISIS territory and also its Utopian aspects. The findings on the narration of western women immigrants show that everyday life in western societies was apparently ideal before migration, but these societies couldn’t fulfill their spiritual needs. Based on their narrations, when they got closer to ISIS version of Islam, they assumed to found out the real meaning and the objectives of the life.