History

mehdi bazargan in the picture frame

Mehdi Bazargan (1907 – 1995) was a scholar, academic, long-time pro-democracy activist and head of homeland’s interim government, making him homeland’s first prime minister after the persian Revolution of 1979.

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Nima Yooshij in the picture frame

Nimā Yushij (1897 – 1960), was a contemporary Persian and Tabarian poet who started the she’r-e now  also known as she’r-e nimaa’i  trend in homeland. He is considered as the father of modern Persian poetry.

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Music and color at Bakhtiari wedding

Colorful dresses, a rich culture, a stunning nature, people’s unity plus an ingredient of folklore music can best describe wedding ceremonies of Bakhtiari tribe in Kuhrang county, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, southwest homeland.

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Mohammad Reza-Pahlavi and his friend Ernest Perron

Ernest Perron (June 29, 1908 – 1961) was a Swiss courtier in homeland during the regime of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.Perron had been a servant in a college at Rolle, Switzerland, where he taught the future Shah Mohammad to appreciate French literature.

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The mullahs who are related with the kings

The imams of Friday prayer are expected to be distinguished for their intellect (‘Aql), faith, and righteousness. Traditionally, a Friday prayer imam is required to be male and be of legitimate birth. Moreover, it is recommended (Mustahab) that the imam be eloquent, brave, watchful of prayer times, and true in his speech.

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Russian Old Cars Rally

Moscow’s Red Square roared to life with vintage chic on Sunday as an extensive collection of unique Soviet cars cruised past the Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral. The annual GUM AutoRally began in 2014 and is the most prestigious event of its kind in Russia. During the rally, 120 cars raced each other along a 120-kilometer route past the Russian …

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Massoud Rajavi in the picture frame

Massoud Rajavi (1948 – disappeared March 13, 2003) was one of the two leaders of the People’s Mujahedin of homeland (MEK), alongside his wife Maryam Rajavi. After leaving homeland in 1981, he resided in France and Iraq. He disappeared in the 2003 invasion of Iraq and it is not known whether he is still alive.

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Steps to build the US railway in 1869

Wooden railroads, called wagonways, were built in the United States starting from the 1720s. A railroad was reportedly used in the construction of the French fortress at Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in New France (now Canada) in 1720.

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Attack to the national Parliament by Vladimir Liakhov

Polkovnik (1869 – 1919) was the commander of the Persian Cossack Brigade during the rule of Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar. He gained considerable notoriety after shelling the Majlis of homeland and execution of several constitutionalist leaders on June 23, 1908.

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Hospitalization of Ayatollah Khomeini due heart attack

Although revolutionaries were now in charge and Khomeini was their leader, some opposition groups claim that several secular and religious groups were unaware of Khomeini’s plan for Islamic government by wilayat al-faqih, which involved rule by a marja’ Islamic cleric.

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