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  • The Islamic Revolution in a Nutshell *
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How did this Islamic Revolution happen at all? The answer is simple: the Character assassination of the Shah, a man in an autocratic country who catapulted Iran within a few decades from the Middle Ages into the 20th century by the entire  Western world and its media, collectively as a ‘brutal dictator’. It was the lies, they spread in an unprecedented media campaign which was spread and spread until the last man in the world was convinced that the Shah of Iran was a brutal dictator. All of them had united against the Shah, the western oil cartels, the left wings around the world, the so-called 'reformers', the former ruling elite of the Turkic Qajars, and the Islamic spirituality.
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Khomeini promised the people free houses, an Islamic welfare state, etc. - he did not fulfil any of these promises. Even today, 40 years after the overthrow of the Shah, the Pahlavi Dynasty is still being condemned as dictators and puppets of the West, which must directly lead a layman to the idea that Iran was allegedly a ‘total free' country before the Pahlavi Dynasty, and that order and prosperity allegedly existed in Iran too. But the truth is that before the Pahlavis Iran was plagued by the inability, dictatorship, anti-Iranism, backstabbing and treachery of the Turkic Qajars, with their capitulation and concession rights policy, which had damaged Iran so much that the British did not even bother to make Iran their colony. The land reform, the strengthening of women's rights and the fight of the Shah against the international oil cartels for a reasonable price of crude oil had 1979 finally sealed the end of the Pahlavi dynasty.
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  • The Islamic Revolution in a Nutshell *
    -
    How did this Islamic Revolution happen at all? The answer is simple: the Character assassination of the Shah, a man in an autocratic country who catapulted Iran within a few decades from the Middle Ages into the 20th century by the entire Western world and its media, collectively as a ‘brutal dictator’. It was the lies, they spread in an unprecedented media campaign which was spread and spread until the last man in the world was convinced that the Shah of Iran was a brutal dictator. All of them had united against the Shah, the western oil cartels, the left wings around the world, the so-called 'reformers', the former ruling elite of the Turkic Qajars, and the Islamic spirituality.
    -
    Khomeini promised the people free houses, an Islamic welfare state, etc. - he did not fulfil any of these promises. Even today, 40 years after the overthrow of the Shah, the Pahlavi Dynasty is still being condemned as dictators and puppets of the West, which must directly lead a layman to the idea that Iran was allegedly a ‘total free' country before the Pahlavi Dynasty, and that order and prosperity allegedly existed in Iran too. But the truth is that before the Pahlavis Iran was plagued by the inability, dictatorship, anti-Iranism, backstabbing and treachery of the Turkic Qajars, with their capitulation and concession rights policy, which had damaged Iran so much that the British did not even bother to make Iran their colony. The land reform, the strengthening of women's rights and the fight of the Shah against the international oil cartels for a reasonable price of crude oil had 1979 finally sealed the end of the Pahlavi dynasty.
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  • Iranian revolutionary fighters during the Constitutional Revolution of 1905-1909. At the turn of the 20th century, Iran was ruled by the Qājār dynasty. There was much activity against the perceived despotic rule of Nāṣer od-Dīn Shāh (1848-1896), for which many had lost their lives. When Nāṣer was assassinated in 1896, the crown passed to his son Moẓaffar od-Dīn Shāh. Moẓaffar was forced to issue a decree creating a constitution and an elected parliament in August 1906. The first legislative assembly, the Supreme National Assembly, was formed. Moẓaffar died in January 1907 and was succeeded by his son, Moḥammad ʿAlī Shāh, who, with the aid of Russia, attempted to rescind the constitution and abolish parliamentary government, making him very unpopular. Capitalizing on the unrest, Russia and Britain entered a pact to settle their own differences, effectively dividing Iran into two areas of influence for their respective countries. In June 1908, Moḥammad ʿAlī imprisoned the leaders of the constitutional movement, save for one who managed to escape, and placed Majlis under siege, ordering its bombardment by artillery fire. The revolutionary fighters were galvanised once again and captured many cities over the course of the next year. The best attempts of the Russians and British failed to stop the advance of the fighters. Russian troops were dispatched to contain Gilan fighters, who were moving towards Tehran, in July 1909. Ignoring Russian warnings, Gilan freedom fighters advanced towards Tehran, and met up with Bakhtiari forces near Karaj. Using the element of surprise, the forces moved through the lines of the government forces, entering the capital amid welcoming cheers of their sympathizers. By July 16, 1909, the capital was under the complete control of freedom fighters. On the morning of July 17, 1909, Moḥammad ʿAlī and several of his supporters, under armed escort of Russian soldiers, took asylum in the Russian Embassy. The National Consultative Assembly held an emergency session and deposed Moḥammad ʿAlī, naming his 13-year-old son, Ahmad Mirza his successor. On September 10th, 1909, Moḥammad ʿAlī left the Russian Embassy and went into exile in Russia.
  • Iranian revolutionary fighters during the Constitutional Revolution of 1905-1909. At the turn of the 20th century, Iran was ruled by the Qājār dynasty. There was much activity against the perceived despotic rule of Nāṣer od-Dīn Shāh (1848-1896), for which many had lost their lives. When Nāṣer was assassinated in 1896, the crown passed to his son Moẓaffar od-Dīn Shāh. Moẓaffar was forced to issue a decree creating a constitution and an elected parliament in August 1906. The first legislative assembly, the Supreme National Assembly, was formed. Moẓaffar died in January 1907 and was succeeded by his son, Moḥammad ʿAlī Shāh, who, with the aid of Russia, attempted to rescind the constitution and abolish parliamentary government, making him very unpopular. Capitalizing on the unrest, Russia and Britain entered a pact to settle their own differences, effectively dividing Iran into two areas of influence for their respective countries. In June 1908, Moḥammad ʿAlī imprisoned the leaders of the constitutional movement, save for one who managed to escape, and placed Majlis under siege, ordering its bombardment by artillery fire. The revolutionary fighters were galvanised once again and captured many cities over the course of the next year. The best attempts of the Russians and British failed to stop the advance of the fighters. Russian troops were dispatched to contain Gilan fighters, who were moving towards Tehran, in July 1909. Ignoring Russian warnings, Gilan freedom fighters advanced towards Tehran, and met up with Bakhtiari forces near Karaj. Using the element of surprise, the forces moved through the lines of the government forces, entering the capital amid welcoming cheers of their sympathizers. By July 16, 1909, the capital was under the complete control of freedom fighters. On the morning of July 17, 1909, Moḥammad ʿAlī and several of his supporters, under armed escort of Russian soldiers, took asylum in the Russian Embassy. The National Consultative Assembly held an emergency session and deposed Moḥammad ʿAlī, naming his 13-year-old son, Ahmad Mirza his successor. On September 10th, 1909, Moḥammad ʿAlī left the Russian Embassy and went into exile in Russia.
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  • Our new anime featuring the evergreen couple! Double tap if you liked !♥️ @kajol #SRKajol
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  • #Shah#Yasin

یاسین که باشی ...
دوست نداری
 دل احدی ب ش ک نه
اما دل خودت شیشه خورده س

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  • #Shah #Yasin

    یاسین که باشی ...
    دوست نداری
    دل احدی ب ش ک نه
    اما دل خودت شیشه خورده س

    yasinbikas.m.98
  •  12  0  6 hours ago
  • Я подал ей руку, а она отдала мне свое сердце. ⠀
Тот самый момент 😍😍😍 Симран бежит к Раджу , признавайтесь плакали на этом месте ???🤔🤔
@iamsrk @kajol
  • Я подал ей руку, а она отдала мне свое сердце. ⠀
    Тот самый момент 😍😍😍 Симран бежит к Раджу , признавайтесь плакали на этом месте ???🤔🤔
    @iamsrk @kajol
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  • #SHAH AALAM
  • #SHAH AALAM
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