Unpublished photos of the funeral of Ahmad Khomeini

Seyyed Ahmad Mostafavi (24 March 1324–25 March 1373), known as Seyyed Ahmad Khomeini, was the second son of Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic .Khomeini, in the years before and after the revolution, was involved in the organization of his father’s relations. He played an important role with the authorities.  He was also a representative of the second term in the Assembly of Leadership Experts, a real member of the Expediency Council, and a member of the Supreme National Security Council and the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution. Being banned from being prime minister in the government of Abul Hassan Bani Sadr, his role in the destruction of Reza Shah’s tomb, his role in the executions of 1367, and the accusation of forging his father’s handwriting are some of the notable cases that have been raised about Khomeini.