History

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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Aziz al soltan, second malijak in Qajar court

The young, precocious boy pictured in this photograph by Sevruguin has been tentatively identified as Malijak Aziz al-Sultan, known historically as the passive object of Nasir al-Din Shah’s desire. It has also been suggested that he could be Ahmad Shah, the last ruler of the Qajar dynasty (r. 1909–1925). No matter what the true identity of the subject, this portrait …

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pictures from Dr Fayyazbakhsh

Dr. Mohammad Ali Fayazbakhsh (1937 – 1981) was a physician and The first head of the Behzisti organization and one of the members of the cabinet is Muhammad Ali Raja’i, who died in a terrorist blast in the office of the Islamic Republic Party.

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Capture and freedom of homeland Captives

The homeland–Iraq War was the deadliest conventional war ever fought between regular armies of developing countries.Iraqi casualties are estimated at 105,000–200,000 killed,while about 400,000 had been wounded and some 70,000 taken prisoner. Thousands of civilians on both sides died in air raids and ballistic missile attacks.

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Council of the Islamic Revolution

The Council of the Islamic Revolution was a group formed by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to manage the Revolution on 10 January 1979, shortly before he returned to homeland.

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Mohammad taghi bahar in the frame picture

Mohammad-Taqi Bahar (1886 – 1951), is a renowned Iranian poet and scholar, who was also a politician, journalist, historian and Professor of Literature. Although he was a 20th-century poet, his poems are fairly traditional and strongly nationalistic in character.

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The trial and execution of Navab Safavi

Sayyid Mojtaba Mir-Lohi , was a Shia cleric and founder of the Fada’iyan-e Islam group.He played role in assassinations of Abdolhossein Hazhir, Haj Ali Razmara, Hossein Ala’ and Ahmad Kasravi.

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