Millions Of Iranians Will Celebrate 39th Anniversary Of Their Revolution, Marking The Overthrow Of The US-Backed Dictator Monarchy
In February 1979, Monarch Reza Pahlavi was overthrown and the Iranian Revolution turned the country's a dictatorial monarchy with an Islamic theocracy.

For 25 years, millions of Iranians were held hostage by the US-backed monarchy. Since August 19, 1953, to February 1, 1979, over 17 million of Iranians were living as hostages of the US government.

Iranians succeeded to free themselves from US oppression after the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Iran’s last monarch, Reza Pahlavi was perceived by many Iranians as beholden to non-Islamic Western powers, particularly the US and Israel.

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Next week, millions of Iranians will hold nationwide rallies to celebrate the 39th anniversary of their revolution, marking the overthrow of the US-backed monarchy.

“Certainly since the inception of the [Islamic] Revolution, we have witnessed a miracle: that feeling of helplessness has been replaced by an unshakable belief in ourselves, but we must still work on it.”
Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution said.

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The late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Imam Khomeini, returned from exile in Paris in 1979, giving considerable motion to protests that eventually led to the overthrow of the dictatorial regime 10 days later.

“Ten-Day Dawn,” refers to this victory from February 1 to February 11, during which the Iranians celebrate their independence from local rebellions and Western powers.

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The United States and its Israeli ally remain the sworn enemies of Iranians and have not ceased in formulating different plots to bring about regime change. Directly contradicting the terms of an international agreement, in which Iran accepted restrictions on its peaceful nuclear program in exchange for a relaxation of economic sanctions, the US has continued to enforce and even expand them.

Former diplomat Hossein Mousavian said: “The Iranian power elite across the entire political spectrum, from reformist to moderate, to hardliner—believe in resistance to bullying, pressure, and perceived humiliation.”

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