In spite of various interpretation of globalization, it can be understood in the path of periodical evolutions of modernity. Globalization, in its challenge with cultural identities tries to suspend these identities, and give them a new definition in the direction of western history. This essay with studying the major aspects of islamic Revolution of Iran as a phenomenon that occurred in religious identification direction of Iranians, mention to capacities of islamic Revolution and its constructed identity discourse that estranges it from internal contradictions of this era (globalization) in establishing a purposive civilization. In order to this purpose, this essay compares different dimensions of islamic and modern identity paradigms and evaluates their potentials for arising a new age in the human’s destiny. First, the materialistic and secularized ontology of west is inspected in front of monotheistic view that dominates in islamic Revolution of Iran. Then western discontinuous with oracle epistemology that is captivated in deadlock of relativity has been put in front of epistemology of Islam that is continuous with oracle and Ijtihad tradition. In teleology, capacities of Shia's historical prospect that emerges in the discourse of Mahdaviat will be evaluated in front of different and periodical deadlocks of modernity. At last, western anthropology (humanism) is considered and it is tried to explain the answer of islamic identity to the question that "Is the human the criteria for everything"? Of course in these fields has been shown the continuity of modern assumptions that are involved in globalization discourse.