Hezbollah: Iran’s revolution changed the Islamic World

Hezbollah: Iran’s revolution changed the Islamic WorldHezbollah resistance movement says Iran’s Islamic revolution has opened the way for a more righteous world, closer to what was meant by prophets and reformists for bringing it to justice.
The group issued a statement on the occasion of 35th anniversary of Iran’s 1979 revolution, saying that, “Revolution anniversary is a stress on issues sought by the revolution, which are independence from reign of world powers, freedom in making decisions and implementing them without foreign interference, and setting up the Islamic republic system which is the point where God’s realm and people’s will meet to make the best way of governance”.
“The Islamic revolution which has changed Iran’s situation as well as the Islamic World, is the abstract of attempts made by generations who sacrificed themselves and used all they had in making their will and wishes come true for having their country’s sovereignty in their own hands,” the statement added.
“The Islamic revolution in Iran also paved the way for the Iranians to achieve scientific progress, social welfare as well as the huge industrial and agricultural capacity and allowed them to own the means of producing improved military equipment that enable the Islamic Republic to defend its borders against the enemies.”
Hezbollah, which has been always guided and inspired by the Islamic revolution, congratulates the leadership and the people of Iran on the occasion and reiterates his trust in the fact that the revolution, whose flag was first raised by late Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and then by the Islamic Republic Leader Sayyed Ali Khamenei, will last and preserve its status as a representative of the right religious beliefs, according to the statement.
Millions of Iranians attended nationwide demonstrations in Iran on Tuesday to mark the 35th anniversary of the victory of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The day, the 22nd of the month of Bahman on the solar calendar, coincides with a definitive end to the rule of the monarchical Pahlavi regime and thus an end to the 2,500 years of monarchical rule in the country.
The Islamic Revolution, under the leadership of Imam Khomeini, established a new political system based on Islamic values and democracy.

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