Islamic Revolution

The Islamic Revolution in 1979, lead by the Ayatollah Khomeini, brought about a regime change in Iran by overthrowing Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran. It has been a defining point in the modern history of Islam.

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  • ...the Islamic Revolution of Iran, was anything but a progressive movement. This was a conscious assault on the 2500 year old Persian Empire and the progressive Iranian people in the twentieth century. This untimely revolution outrageously installed the most oppressive theocratic Islamic system known to the history of mankind. With that, it renewed an era of Islamic terrorism and the revival of its never-ending passion for world domination.
  • After the Islamic revolution in Iran many people became interested in Islam, which was, hitherto, a very obscure religion usually associated with the Arabs, the poor, and the Blacks.

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  • God willing, the 21st century will see the defeat of the U.S. and the Zionists, and the victory of freedom-seeking nations of the world. The final goal of the [1979] revolution is to create global Islamic rule and a regime of law to be led by the Imam Mahdi.
    • Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi, Commandant, Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps

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