Ayatollah Khamenei's view on Egypt
What does the conflict in Egypt have to do with us? We are happy wherever Muslim people are wakened. We are happy wherever Muslim people clench their fists against the enemies of their religion. We are unhappy and feel responsible wherever Muslim people are beaten.
Last Updated (Friday, 04 February 2011 08:25)
Imam Khomeini's (SA) historic call on Egyptians to rise against Mubarak
The founder of the Islamic Revolution the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (SA) made the following historic call after the assassination of Mohammad Anwar El Sadat, third Egyptian president and the coming to power Husni Mubarak in 1981.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 02 February 2011 16:23)
The dawn of the Islamic Revolution
In early 1979, when the news concerning Imam Khomeini’s decision to return to Iran spread, those who had followed his journey throughout the 14 years in exile shed tears of joy. However, his followers were worried about his life, for the shah’s brutal government was still in power and martial law remained in force.
Last Updated (Friday, 04 February 2011 08:42)
How to approach Islamic Unity
I would like to discuss the two ways we adopt in dealing with our common causes related to the movement of the supreme objectives in our life, whether in dealing with the question of unity at the level of the sect, the region, the nation, the party …etc, or in dealing with other critical issues such as facing the political, military and economic challenges imposed on us internally, regionally, or internationally.
Last Updated (Sunday, 23 January 2011 06:54)
The Supreme Leader’s View of Global Arrogance
The meaning of arrogance in the Quran is to consider oneself or one’s group above justice and to set oneself or one’s power as the criterion for justice. Satan was the first case of arrogance in the history of the mankind registered in the Quran.
Last Updated (Saturday, 15 January 2011 11:07)
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