Students day reminds of universities' contribution to Islamic Revolution

Students day reminds of universities' contribution to Islamic Revolution

The ceremony for commemorating “Student Day” in Iran has been held at Tehran University to mark national student day.
Student Day is commemorated annually for the three students of Tehran University who were killed on December 7, 1953 at the university, four months after the Iranian 1953 coup d'état.

The day falls on the anniversary of the murder of the students by security forces in the former Pahlavi regime.

Those attending the ceremonies slam the global hegemony and renew their commitment to the fight against bullying powers.

Over the past two decades, some high-ranking U.S. officials have agreed with views of historians that one of the most important factors behind Iranian hatred for the American political system and its fruits in the Islamic Revolution of 1357 was the 28 Mordad coup.

On March 17, 2000, Madeline Albright, U.S. Secretary of State during Bill Clinton’s presidency, President Barack Obama’s first speech on June 4, 2009 in Cairo, and then Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State of the Obama's government, on October 26, 2011, accepted the intervention role of the U.S. government in the coup d'état of Mordad 28. 

The rage of the Iranian people against the U.S. and its allies, mounted on December 7, 1953, as three students were killed at the Tehran University. In the years 1962-63 with the Imam Khomeini movement, Iran entered a new stage which resulted in the victory of the 1979 revolution. 

The Iranian Revolution, participated by the absolute majority of society, became the most popular revolution in the new history of the world. The fruit of this revolution was the establishment of a new political system whose main message was the rejection of the dependence and political, economic, and cultural return to the original native identity in accordance with the requirements of the time.

In the course of its 40 years, the Islamic Republic has gradually become more and more stable and experienced, and by passing through storms, Iran has turned into a great regional power today. However, this is still the beginning of its journey.



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