The Iranian (Islamic) Revolution...

When we look further back, Iranian people try to industrialization fastly after the Iranian Revolution. After the White Revolution, lots of peasants started to sell their land to prevent themselves against to pressure. Iran started seen as importing country. Foreign capital increased gradually in Iran and in Middle East. After that lots of tourists started to come Iran thus Western culture started to spread all country. Religious groups began to displease about this situation. All these different groups which are against all changes that comes from the White Revolution are caused to deal with the Ayatollah.

Jalal Matini's unfair judgements on the role of nationalists in the 1979 Revolution Hassan Behgar
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A panel discussion was held on the status of the revolution in Iran thirty years after the return of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. The panel emphasized the dynamic…


A main part of the Iranian revolution was when the U.S.

On the premiership of Shapour Bakhtiar 37 days before the 1979 revolution S.H. Jalili
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After the revolution the government became an Islamic republic This change was led by khomeini, who was in power Globally the percentage of Muslims today is slightly over 10% but in Iran roughly 89% of the population are Islamic.


Rewriting the Iranian Revolution | New Republic

The trailer 'Argo' is a real film about the Iranian Revolution when Iran invaded the U.S embassy however it is in America's point of view and Iran disagrees with what took place within the film.

The Iranian Revolution of 1979 - ThoughtCo



Before the revolution, Khomeini himself had been exiled from Iran for roughly 15-20 years by the previous King (Mohammad Pahlavi’s father) because; during 1962 to 1963 Khomeini began to try and overthrow the king but wasn’t as powerful.

The New Iranian Revolution | Sparta Report

Sayyid Ayatollah Ruhollah Mostafavi Musavi Khomeini was the famous Iranian, Islamic leader and politician who led the Iranian Revolution to overthrow the Shah.

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The exile of the royal family and the imprisonment of those who remained provided the opportunity for Khomeini to assume control of governmental institutions and to implement his programs (Hooglund 58). Immediately, Khomeini set up Bolshevik-style revolutionary committees that initiated acts of cruelty against political enemies. Establishing himself as head of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Khomeini ruled by the principle of "government of the expert" (Halm 138). His lieutenants, assuming free reign, began executing hundreds of citizens including members of Parliament, bankers, government employees, and land owners. The executions, often occurring in the streets, became a commonplace event. Khali, one of Khomeini’s ministers, carried the Koran with him as he condemned anyone who caught his eye to immediate death in the streets (Farmanfarmaian 455). Working with the Revolutionary Council, a group of powerful Ayatollah’s, Khomeini established the Pasdaran, a new security force that helped Khomeini carry out his rule of terror. According to Farmanfarmaian, Khomeini used religion to achieve his purposes: