Minister visits Imam’s historic residence in Khomein

Minister visits Imam’s historic residence in Khomein

Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh, Minister of Industry, Mining and Trade of the Islamic Republic of Iran, has visited Imam Khomeini’s historic residence in city of Khomein.

  Nematzadeh and his accompanied delegation visited the historic house and were deeply impressed by simple life-style of late founder of the Islamic Republic and his ancestors

Imam Khomeini also opted to live at a simply-built small house in the Iranian capital in Tehran even after becoming the founder of the Islamic Revolution in 1979.

Sites related to Imam Khomeini are visited by thousands of pilgrims, tourists and intellectual each year from across Iran and other parts of the world each year. 

It is worthy to mention that Imam Khomeini distributed all of his ancestral lands among needy farmer in his hometown of Khomein

Imam’s divine-oriented simple life-style, knowledge and wisdom continue to attract millions of believers across the globe, and will continue to guide generations for centuries to come.

The victory of Islamic Revolution under Imam Khomeini’s leadership in 1979 changed balance of power in the interests of developing countries, revived rights of oppressed nations and confronted vicious agenda of colonial powers. 

Imam Khomeini, the world Muslim leader of contemporary history, revived divine values at a sensitive juncture of history when the world had been plunged into moral and social decline.

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