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Of the Most Difficult Nights in the Life of the Imam

The night when they shifted the Imam to a solitary confinement cell in the prison, the agents of the Shah’s regime would torture the Imam mentally by torturing an inmate in the cell facing his. His cries and sobs rent the air. The Imam made a divine covenant so that they would stop torturing that inmate. Later he stated to me that: “That night was the most difficult night of my life.”


* By: Sayyid Ahmad Khomeini

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