Imam Khomeini revived divine-oriented human rights

Imam Khomeini revived divine-oriented human rights

The late founder of the Islamic Republic maintained through his speeches and works that divine religions can guarantee the genuine human rights, freedoms and civil liberties.

Monday, July 22, 2019 11:38

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Which experienced American politician went to see Imam in Nofel Loshato? Which subjects were discussed in that visit?

Which experienced American politician went to see Imam in Nofel Loshato? Which subjects were ...

In the Carter administration he was one of the U.S. foreign policy advisors but he did not have an official post. And when the coup against Mossadeq took place he was also an employee of the U.S. embassy in Iran and now having an earlier appointment and he had gotten that from Dr. Yazdi he had come to see Imam.

Thursday, July 04, 2019 09:34

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US DOWNING OF PASSENGER PLANE

US DOWNING OF PASSENGER PLANE

Tuesday, July 02, 2019 10:13

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Western-backed groups committed act of terrorism in Iran

Western-backed groups committed act of terrorism in Iran

The Hafte Tir bombing, which killed over seventy senior Iranian officials, including Chief Justice Dr. Mohammad Beheshti, then Iran's second-highest official. Two months later of the same year, former President Mohammad Ali Rajaei and then-Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar, also lost their lives in a bombing in the capital, Tehran, 36 years ago.

Thursday, June 27, 2019 02:28

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International Quds Day turning into humanitarian event

International Quds Day turning into humanitarian event

Quds Day is a far cry from a casual Islamic religious event. It is, indeed, a human rights event open to both Muslim and non-Muslims alike. Millions of people in Iran and other Muslim and non-Muslim countries worldwide hold rallies in solidarity with the Palestinian people.

Friday, May 31, 2019 03:15

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Saudi Arabia executed nearly 40 people: Here is who they were

Saudi Arabia executed nearly 40 people: Here is who they were

A Shia academic, a disabled protester and a number of detained minors were among 37 people that Saudi Arabia executed in its recent mass execution on "terrorism" charges, a new report has revealed. Human rights groups state that at least 33 out of the 37 individuals executed on Tuesday were from Saudi Arabia's persecuted Shia minority, the Middle East Eye reported Thursday.

Friday, April 26, 2019 11:19

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