The Impact Of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini On The Islamic Republic Of Iran

1042 Words Dec 18th, 2015 5 Pages
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was a very smart man that wanted religious beliefs to be respected by the government and he did everything he could to make it happen. In the year of 1902 a child was born in Iran who later on changed the destiny of a nation and the Muslim world by his divine uprising. He led a revolution against which the world’s entire dominant powers and all enemies of freedom and nations independence, lined up its commencement. No one knew that he would be the one that the future would know as Imam Khomeini, he was the man who after centuries called out to the new Caesars and Emperors to submit to the truth.

Ayatollah Khomeini became the supreme religious leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1979, following many years of resistance to Shah Pahlavi. Khomeini had the most crowded classes, students would always want to be there but as he was going up and getting noticed by more people everyday he didn 't accepted the role as the next major religious authority, he spoke to the Shah’s prime minister and there was the chance to express himself that 's when the political confrontations started. Khomeini spoke about four matters. First he told him what a great responsibility a Prime Minister has and that he should be aware of this. Then he told him to take lessons from the fate of previous Prime Ministers. Thirdly he briefly described what the Howzeyeh E 'lmiyah did and the benefits it had for the country and lastly he gave some suggestions. Do to this in 1962…

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