Islamic Revolution is closely associated to Imam Khomeini

Islamic Revolution is closely associated to Imam Khomeini

A prominent lecturer of the Islamic history says the emergence of the Islamic Revolution in Iran has been different from all other movements of contemporary history and is closely related to great name of Imam Khomeini.

Comparing between the contemporary movements, Dr. Mahdi Goljan, an Islamic history lecturer at professor training university said in a recent interview that the French Revolution wanted to accomplish equality, while the movement in Russia aimed at elimination of the class difference.

The scholar went onto say that all of these movements happened in different regions of the world over the past decades and have had certain similarities but attention should be also paid to existing differences among them. 

The movements led by Gandhi and Mao were based on philosophical views and can be interpreted within the context of certain regional circumstances. However, the Islamic Revolution led by Imam Khomeini was founded on philosophical, religious and divine aspects which have greater universal aspects, the scholar noted.

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei once said that the Islamic Revolution is not known anywhere in the world without the name of Imam Khomeini.

Imam Khomeini established the Islamic Republic on genuine and dynamic teachings of Quran and Hadith and founded the Islamic-Democratic system which brought independence, freedom and prosperity to Iranian nation and boosted the objectives of the oppressed nations.

Imam Khomeini followed footsteps of the holy prophet of Islam and wanted to revive his conduct. The founder of the Islamic Republic wanted to revive the ethic, morale and manners of the holy prophet and intended to conquer the hearts of the masses with affection and virtues.

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