Imam Khomeini spread revolution message worldwide from Neauphle-le-Chateau

Imam Khomeini spread revolution message worldwide from Neauphle-le-Chateau

This French town was the last residence of Imam Khomeini, before his triumphant return to Iran in 1979.

Imam Khomeini's different interviews and meetings with groups, reporters, the intellectuals, and the foreign students disclaimed his perspectives regarding the Islamic government and the future movement objects for people.

Therefore, many people of the world got familiar to Imam Khomeini's thoughts and movement. From this small village (Nofel Loshato), Imam Khomeini led the most critical periods of movement in Iran.

Neauphle-le-Chateau is a commune in the Yvelines department in the Ile-de-France region in north-central France. Upon the Imam's arrival the media followed him and the Imam was frequently in the headlines of newspaper and on the news. 

Students, activists and supporters of Imam from all across Europe and from other parts of the world used to travel to the French city to meet and listen Imam’s speeches and messages.

Outside Imam’s residence, a site and place were allocated where they were served and a carpeted tent with pillows was made available for their rest and convenience.

In this way, they could carry Imam’s message and used to spread his divine universal message across Europe and Iran.

Imam’s message was made widespread via volunteers, devotees and activists, who contributed to the victory of the Islamic revolution despite opposition by the world colonial powers.

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