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The Prestige & Power of the Islamic Revolution

Once again the nation is celebrating the anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution that delivered Iran from domestic despotism and foreign hegemony.
Over four decades ago, when the grassroots movement of the Iranian people triumphed in Iran under the astute leadership of Imam Khomeini (RA), the people in the entire Muslim World and beyond rejoiced, but couldn’t express their innate natural feelings because of the repressive rule of the regimes ruling them.
Today, however, there is an atmosphere of freedom in the neighbourhood, thanks to the tireless efforts of the Iranian people to develop their country into a role model of the ideal Islamic state with self-sufficiency in almost all fields including defence, and their help upon request to freedom movements and governments, determined to safeguard their independence against the U.S. and its clients, including terrorists of all hue and colour.
In other words, from Southeast Asia to the Subcontinent and from West Asia to Africa, people are openly marking with festivities the 41st anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, much to the chagrin of Washington, Israel, and their clients.
The Islamic Republic and the Iranian people were not averse to ties with the U.S., despite what the Americans had done way back in August 1953 by joining with the crafty British to overthrow the nationalist government of Prime Minister Dr. Mohammad Mosaddeq and to restore to power the fugitive Shah.
In Europe also, the numerous supporters of the Islamic Revolution are flocking to the Iranian missions to mark the occasion, while in the U.S., despite the reign of terror of its current president, the sympathizers of the Islamic Republic, are holding their own private gatherings, as they see from afar the developments in Iran and the spectacular progress of the Iranian people in mastering science and technology by overcoming the hurdles thrown into their way by the West.
It is a matter of regret that Uncle Sam decided to close its eyes to the facts and the just demands of the Iranian people. To be more precise, U.S. administrations, whether Democrat or Republican, have never intended to understand the realities of Iran or to give up enmity towards the system of popular religious rule.
For the past 41 years the U.S. has pursued a blind policy of sanctions or more properly economic, cultural, political, and media terrorism against the Islamic Republic in the vain hope of changing the system of government and installing a client regime in Tehran.
Among Washington’s crimes and acts of state terrorism against Iran was the 8-year war it imposed through Saddam of the repressive Ba’th minority regime of Baghdad in the 1980s, just 19 months after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, following the failure of its stealth airborne military invasion that miraculously crashed in the desert sands of Tabas.
The list of American crimes against humanity is too long. The latest act of U.S. terrorism against Iran was the unmanly assassination of the iconic anti-terrorist general, Qassem Soleimani, and his colleagues at Baghdad airport on January 3, including Abu Mahdi al-Muhanddis of Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU).

Nevertheless, the Iranian people have chosen the path of resistance against the U.S. animosity, crimes and terrorism. This resistance which has inspired peoples and governments in the neighbourhood, has borne economic, industrial, security, and military bonanza for Iran and the Iranian people.
So profound has been the impact of the Islamic Revolution throughout the region that Donald Trump is living in a fool’s paradise, if he thinks he can roll back Iran’s positive influence.
For instance, in 1979, the Iranian nation had kicked out more than 40 thousand American troops from the country, and now the regional states are seriously contemplating the closure of US military bases on their soil. They want every single CENTCOM terrorist to be expelled from the region.
February 11 is thus a landmark day in the history of Iran and the world, and this year’s anniversary of the glorious triumph of the Islamic Revolution, coincides with the 40th day of the martyrdom of General Soleimani and his colleagues, whose innocent blood will, Insha Allah (God Willing) soon drag the cowardly killer, Trump, to the terrible fate awaiting him.
This means, the Iranian missile attack on the US military base at Ain al-Assad in Iraq on January 8, was not the promised vengeance but a mere slap on the face of the U.S. It was the first time after World War 2 that an American base housing thousands of troops and equipped with state-of-the- art defence technology, was decisively attacked.
In short, the Iranian nation has crushed the US pomp and pride, and once again showed to the world that it firmly treads the footsteps of Father of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini, and his worthy successor, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
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