Imam Khomeini Highlighted Significance of Ethics in Politics

Imam Khomeini Highlighted Significance of Ethics in Politics

The great Imam himself narrates that Pakravan, the then chief of the State Organization for Security and Information (SAVAK approached him and said...

Friday, April 05, 2013 12:19

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Marzieh Dabbaq: The Imam’s letter to Gorbachev was monotheistic not diplomatic

The effects of the Imam’s letter to Gorbachev

Marzieh Dabbaq: The Imam’s letter to Gorbachev was monotheistic not diplomatic

Marzieh Hadidchi also known as Tahira Dabbaq, who was a political prisoner and an armed activist during the Pahlavi regime, started her anti Pahlavi activities in 1971. She escaped from the country with a fake passport in 1975 after being arrested and tortured by the SAVAK twice. She joined in food strikes in France and England for the freedom of Iranian political prisoners. In Saudi Arabia she spread Imam Khomeini’s announcements between the pilgrims. However most of his activities outside of Iran were related to training the Lebanese and Syrians in guerrilla fighting. During Imam Khomeini’s stay in Paris, she joined him and after the victory of the revolution she had some positions like the commander of Hamadan’s IRGC (Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, Sepah-e- Pasdaran) and manager of Tehran’s women prison. She was the first IRGC commander of the west of Iran after the revolution, three times MP, head of the women branch of Basij of I. R. Iran and the founder of the Intifada defenders union. She participated in this interview with Jamaran news agency despite her illness.

Wednesday, January 04, 2012 04:22

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 The holy city of Qom

The holy city of Qom

Tuesday, August 16, 2011 07:19

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 Bursa

Bursa

Tuesday, August 16, 2011 07:15

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The start of political confrontations

The start of political confrontations

Tuesday, August 16, 2011 04:20

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The attack on Faydhiah School

The attack on Faydhiah School

Tuesday, August 16, 2011 04:18

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