Characteristics of the Islamic Revolution of Iran

The Islamic Revolution

It overcame a regime which was opposed to Islam and brought an Islamic regime to power

1-It overcame a regime which was opposed to Islam and brought an Islamic regime to power
2-It eradicated a dictatorial and despotic regime, and established a regime of people's rule instead
3-It eliminated the subordination which our country suffered from for many years, and it granted the people complete independence
4-It put an end to the terrible suppression and injustice inflicted upon our people, granted [them] freedom, and enabled citizens to freely state their opinions and words. The atmosphere became one of freedom.
5-The revolution overcame the spiritual weakness and the inferiority complex of our people, and replaced it with national self-confidence.
6-Our people were isolated, turned away from political affairs, and did not are for the events in the country. The revolution…turned us into an aware and political nation.

-Supreme Leader, Sayyed Ali Khamenei

The Revolution in the Words of Imam Khomeini

The aims of the Prophets -through their risings and revolutions- were not worldly. Their aims were divine, and they rose in order to spread justice in society. That aim and motive is what differentiates these revolutions from one another.

This revolution rose for the sake of Islam and not for the country or people. It did not rise in order to gain power but to save Islam from the evil of arrogant powers and foreign perpetrators.

Iran presented the duty of safeguarding the revolution to believers, and the revolution is now advancing at the hands of those believers.
You are in the right and you have risen against falsehood. Truth will certainly be victorious!

Our great Islamic revolution is a moral and spiritual revolution before being a political and social one.

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