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Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, Ayatollah Rouhollah Khomeini, Savak & Savama, dictatorship, democracy and freedom
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22 Bahman 1357, the 1979 Revolution, Monarchy regime, Islamic Republic Government, Mehrabad Airport & Shah's exile

Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh, the Iranian National Hero, the Prime Minister of Iran (elected by the parliament), 1951-1953 The Shah, the leader of monarchy dictatorship, Newsweek Magazine, November 20, 1978 Amir Abbas Hoveida, the Shah's Prime Minister, 1965-1977 Jaffar Sharif Emami, the Shah's Prime Minister, 1977-1978 General Gholam Reza Azhari, the Shah's Prime Minister, 1978 Dr. Shapour Bakhtiar, the Shah's last Prime Minister, 1979 Ayatollah Rouhollah Khomeini, the leader of the 1979 Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Mahmoud Taleghani, the leader of humility and integrity in the Revolution Mehdi Bazargan, the first Prime Minister of the Revolution Dr. Abolhassan Banisadr, the first President of the Revolution Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the second President of the Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamanehei, appointed by Ayatollah Khomeini as the supreme leader of Islamic dictatorship Ayatollah Mohammad Khatami, the third President of the Revolution Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadi Nejad, the fourth President of the Revolution

Democracy in Iran
BEFORE and AFTER the 1979 Revolution

Democracy has never been served to the Iranian people, neither by the Shah's regime nor by the present government. Most of the Iranian people, especially the youth, only receive news and information related to Iran’s current serious issues, but they have no clue about the corruption and oppression in the Shah’s dictatorship and are getting misled. This informational independent site will talk about the pure facts regarding the severe violations of a non-existing democracy, injustice, and the corruption during the most recent regimes in Iran.

Don't get mislead by Slave Minded SHAHOLLAHIs, the naive followers and bribed sycophants of the Shah's dictatorship and Savak, or by HEZBOLLAHIs, the followers of the Islamic dictatorship and Savama. They need to be UNDER a DICTATOR.
Open Letter to Reza Pahlavi (in Farsi)! Open Letter to SHAHOLLAHIs (in English)!

Life-time supreme leader, SHAH or IMAM = Dictatorship + Oppression !!

Keeping people in the dark by use of censorship and secret police forces is the fundamental method to prolong the existence of the dictatorship. People in the dark may drop into a big black hole such as Islamic regime over and over.

The imperialists do their best to keep the people's social and political knowledge as minimal as possible. They replace the legends with puppets in many third world countries, by either assassinating them or coup d'état. The imperialists appear as human rights supporters, but they build secret police forces with horrific torture methods and techniques to support dictators. They teach and guide their puppets how to govern and mislead people under phony elections, heavy censorship on the public media, torture and execution of dissenters.

One of the important factors that could educate us not to be driven by the imperialists and their puppets is to study, pinpoint, review, analyze, publicize and discuss the facts and roots of the problems that happened in the past and are taking place now and search for solutions for the future. Otherwise, the problems and the puppets would remain unknown and would repeatedly come and go under different faces.

The devils try to mislead people by shamelessly telling "don't analyze the past... don't review the history... the history is dead... don't educate yourselves…". Don't let the puppets and their naďve followers mislead you. We need to educate our political and social knowledge as much as possible to be able to recognize the devils and build a democratic independent future.

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Open Letter to Reza Pahlavi
Letter to SHAHOLLAHIs !!
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Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh and the Oil Nationalization Bill
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Savak, the Shah's secret police force
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The participants and causes of the 1979 Revolution
Life-time supreme leader, SHAH or IMAM = Dictatorship + Oppression
The Iranian expectations of the present regime

The Iranian people could never forgive the Shah and Pro-Shah activists (Saltanat-Talabs) for the 1953 bloody coup d'état against the Iranian national hero, Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh, the Prime Minister of Iran who was elected by the parliament, the Iranian legend who enforced the Oil Nationalization Bill to terminate the British ownership and influence on the Iran's oil industry in 1951. The 1953 coup d'état was designed by the CIA and fulfilled by the Shah’s military forces and supported by a large number of bribed uneducated hooligans headed by Shaban Jaffari also known as the Shaban-bi-Mokh (the brainless Shaban), organized by the traitors, the pro Shah activists, the Shah’s hand kissers (the Saltanat Talabs) . Thereafter, the Iranian people deeply suffered under the Shah's dictatorship, corruption, phony elections, heavy censorship, torture and execution of thousands of dissenters until the 1979 Revolution.

Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh, on the cover page of Time Magazine, January 7, 1952 Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh,
the man of the year 1951
The Shah's troops at the looting of Dr. Mossadegh's house, August 19th, 1953 The Shah's troops at the looting of
Dr. Mossadegh's house, August 19, 1953
Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh, in the Shah's military court Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh
in trial by the Shah, 1953

The Iranian people did not fight to replace the Shah's regime with the current dictatorship in 1979. They fought to death for freedom and democracy, but the Shah's brutal secret police force, Savak, had already destroyed most of the political organizations in Iran, including the nationalists. The current regime was the only untouched organization in the Shah’s dictatorship, with the head quarter in Qom and thousands salaried members in the mosques all over the cities and villages throughout the country. They easily came to power during the aftermath of revolution and assembled a new semi-monarchy Islamic constitution for themselves.

Shah in a ceremony amongst the Ayatollahs Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi in a ceremony amongst
the Ayatollahs
Shah was leaving Iran for exile, Mehrabad Airport, January 16, 1979 The Shah's departure into
exile, January 16, 1979
Blood and fire in Iran, 1999 Blood and fire in Iran by the
religious dictatorship, 1999

The monarchy was toppled in Iran on February 11th, 1979 (22nd day of Bahman 1357, Persian calendar). Savak dissolved and the Iranian people, along with the political prisoners, tasted the blossoms of freedom (Bahar-e Azadi) for a few months. The banned and forbidden newspapers, magazines, and books started re-publishing until the religious dictatorship took place and then Savama was created that resembled Savak in different forms of oppression.

If you would like to share your information with us regading the following subjects, please feel free to send any documents (in English or Farsi) and/or pictures to our email address: home_iran@yahoo.com

  • Early 60s, Shah gave up Bahrain to British (Bahrain was Iran's 12th province)
  • Late 60s to early 70s, the Shah’s military forces in Vietnam helped U.S. forces against Vietnamese
  • Mid 70s, the Shah’s military forces in Yemen against Yemenis freedom fighters, via U.S. order