Danish tourists visit Imam Khomeini’s ancestral house

Danish tourists visit Imam Khomeini’s ancestral house

A number of tourists from Denmark have visited ancestral house of the late founder of the Islamic Republic in the Iranian city of Khomein.

The foreign tourists were deeply impressed by Imam’s simple life-style and asked a range of questions about Imam Khomeini and the history Islamic Revolution 

They were also briefed about Imam Khomeini’s biography and his theological works during the visit.

In recent months, hundreds of foreign tourists from the United States, Germany, Australia and several other countries have paid visit to the site attributed to Imam.

Imam Khomeini opted to live at a very simply built residence in the Iranian capital, Tehran after becoming the founder of the Islamic Revolution in 1979.

Sites attributed to Imam Khomeini are visited by a large number of pilgrims and tourists from across Iran and various parts of the world each year.

Imam’s divine oriented simply life style, his piousness; wisdom and knowledge will continue to appeal believers and followers of all faiths for centuries to come.

The victory of the Islamic revolution under the wise leadership of Imam Khomeini confronted colonial conspiracies, strengthened the oppressed people and changed the balance of power in the in interests of the Muslim world.

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