The last factor that influences on the tendency to

The second reason for the retardation of rulers compared with people in Islamic countries in accepting and adapting to changes in the modern world is the degree of religious interference in social, economic and political laws. Although there are a religious affiliation for laws in all Islamic countries, its quality depends on the type of government and its ideology. In the traditionalist structures like Saudi Arabia, laws are more closed and biased compared to secular governmental order like Turkey.
    Traditional governments reject the features of the modern world or accept it with caution because they are always concerned about reducing their absolute authority and missing their sphere of influence, whereas the majority of the young Muslims have questioning spirit and review different views in the free environment of Internet. This has caused forming movements to change towards moderation and new approaches toward a more open society. The recent success of these change movements was in late 2017, in which women found the right to drive in Saudi Arabia.     The last factor that influences on the tendency to change in younger Muslim generation is the quality of freedom and democracy in their country. Young people generate a substantial amount of social media activity and Internet interaction. As a result of these information exchanges, they have found out that some of their demands not only do not contradict religion, but in some cases, Islam recommends them. In addition to gender equality and participation of women in political decision making, they are seeking to improve the standard of life in their countries. They seek to improve the increase individual, social and political freedoms, and in this respect, compare their conditions with the accepted global standards in the advanced countries such as civil liberties index, happiness and well-being level, corruption perceptions index and political freedom index.