Iran made dramatic progress under Imam Khomeini's leadership

Iran made dramatic progress under Imam Khomeini's leadership

The revolutionary movement of 1979 under the wise leadership of Imam Khomeini in Iran emerged victorious when millions upon millions of people cried out their opposition to the dictatorial regime of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. Iranian nation made drastic progress since the victory of Islamic Revolution.

 Imam Khomeini spent more than 14 years in exile, mostly in the Iraqi holy city of Najaf. He also spent some time in Turkey and France before his return to Iran.

This year Iran will mark the 39th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. Although this was a great turning point for Iran when the Shah was ousted from power, it also represented how nations should stand up to oppression, like in Palestine, Bahrain, and Yemen, countries which Iran has fully backed throughout the decades.


The triumph of Islamic revolution that’s been indebted to the leadership of Imam Khomeini, wide presence of descent people and the inquisitive lessons of Shia’s school of thought , has highly affected local, regional and global metabolism. This century’s miracle of God kept the world devours and oppressors’ hand away from our country on one hand and on the other lightened the light and sparks of hopping for Islam’s renaissance’s in the hearts of the world’s Muslims.

Today at the dawn of 39th year of this incredible event for a better and deeper retrospect and reinvestigation of the Islamic revolution we survey through some of its most important achievements in different fields of social, cultural, political, economic, and scientific and others.

The most outstanding social Achievements of the Islamic Revolution:

  • Implementation of most of Islamic precepts and measures in the society.
  • Challenging the ranting system related to the Pahlavi dynasty.
  • Strengthening Islamic cooperation and brotherhood.
  • Expanding social security and services.
  • Challenging social and moral corruption
  • Prevention of instrumental abusing of women in every ground.
  • Confronting discrimination and deprivation from facilities and opportunities. 
  • Facilitating the attendance of majority of people in social institutes.
  • Increasing civil institute, popular councils, guilds and expert organisations etc. in quality and quantity.
  • Privation improvement in rural areas.
  • Efforts in equalisation of utilising welfare – social services in urban and rural areas of sources like wide distribution of electricity, water, telecommunications, gas and others.     

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