Imam monitored struggle for Islamic revolution during exile

Imam monitored struggle for Islamic revolution during exile

A memoirs by Hojjat al-Islam Ferdowsipour

The struggle for the Islamic Revolution was on its peak when Imam was sent into exile in France.

The first day of Muharram in Nofel Loshato coincided the time when Iranian people were chanting slogan such as “God is great” from their rooftops.

Meanwhile time on that night someone called from Tehran and said, "I will put the phone next to the window so that you can hear the sound of revolutionaries shouting slogan of God is great and the demonstrations were mixed with bullets. We recorded the sound and took it to Imam."

 But inside the room, Imam was found busy in divine remembrance while standing with the rosary in his hands reciting ziarat of Ashura.

This happened as we were a bit neglect of Muharram because of several other engagements.

But Imam was carrying out his religious duties despite monitoring struggle of the Islamic Revolution in very tough conditions from abroad.

(A memoirs by Hojjat al-Islam Ferdowsipour)

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