Ahmad Kasravi who killed by Fada’iyan-e Islam

Ruhollah Khomeini, was also against Kasravi’s ideas and had called for young martyrs for Islam to counter “this illiterate Tabrizi” a few weeks after the first unsuccessful assassination attempt.Basically, he believed and wrote that “all the present-day representations of Islam have deviated from the essence and the true concept of its foundation”.He was particularly critical of Shia (since its formation since the sixth emam, Emam Jafar Sadegh) and Sufism, to which he ascribed many ills, from its supposed promotion of stagnation, “irrationality” or even being a tool of the Orientalists.