News ID: 330319
Publish Date: 04 January 2012 - 06:16
Navideshahed: 20 major articles presented to the conference were lauded in the closing section of the gathering, which was held in the presence of a number of top government officials at the National Library and Archives Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

"When the former Soviet Union was still in command, the US has formed up a specific committee to monitor Moscow's social, political, economic, etc. activities. After USSR's dissolution, the committee was charged with investigation of the Islamic Revolution's activities signifying the fact that even though only 40 million lived in Iran at the time of the [Iran-Iraq] war, the US has assumed Iran in the same level with Russia, a superpower at that time", stated head of the national library Eshagh Salahi in his opening address.

"After carefully examining the revolution, the committee proposed that the Islamic Revolution can easily topple provided that one of the following is materialized: checking on the Islamic Republic's soft power, altering the nation's behavior and changing the government structure. We have witnessed, in the recent years, that they have attacked us in all three of the aforementioned facets," added Salahi.

Elsewhere in his remarks, he commented on Imam Khomeini's thinking stating that it challenged all socialistic and materialistic principles when the Islamic Revolution triumphed under his leadership. "The highness of imam's thoughts defied the prevalent isms and proved that religion still rules over the society," he added.

"Imam Ali described his seditious time as follows: People! I am living in a time of booming sedition," added Salahi noting Imam Ali's leadership in the first years of the Islam. "'Stay away from the sedition by the rescue ship and the ship is nothing but your infallible imams [who have committed no sins and have never faltered in their path],' advised Imam Ali his people about averting sedition. 'A vigil one never follows seditious movements just like Ammar who knew Ali in the time of sedition.'"

Later in the ceremony, Hujatoleslam Morteza Adib Yazdi delivered a speech in which he said, "When defending the guardianship of Islamic jurists, one should forget their interests and do what they can to shield their sacred believes.

He further drew a comparison between the contemporary era with Imam Ali's leadership after the demise of prophet Mohammad in which the imam was trapped in a morass of loneliness and unfaithfulness.

On December 30, 2009, millions of people took to the streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities and towns to show their anger over sacrilegious acts committed on Ashura day (December 27, 2009) in the follow-up to the post-election unrest.

The massive rallies against the seditious movements came to be known as the 9th of Day demonstrations because they took place on the ninth day of the Iranian calendar month of Day.

In 2009, on Ashura day, which is the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS) and his 72 companions, protesters chanted slogans against top government officials. They clashed with the police and damaged public property. Some of them also committed acts that disrespected religious sanctities.

It is said that the people’s demonstrations on December 30, 2009, which ended months of unrest, poured water on the fire.

The End
Source: IBNA

"When the former Soviet Union was still in command, the US has formed up a specific committee to monitor Moscow's social, political, economic, etc. activities. After USSR's dissolution, the committee was charged with investigation of the Islamic Revolution's activities signifying the fact that even though only 40 million lived in Iran at the time of the [Iran-Iraq] war, the US has assumed Iran in the same level with Russia, a superpower at that time", stated head of the national library Eshagh Salahi in his opening address. "After carefully examining the revolution, the committee proposed that the Islamic Revolution can easily topple provided that one of the following is materialized: checking on the Islamic Republic's soft power, altering the nation's behavior and changing the government structure. We have witnessed, in the recent years, that they have attacked us in all three of the aforementioned facets," added Salahi. Elsewhere in his remarks, he commented on Imam Khomeini's thinking stating that it challenged all socialistic and materialistic principles when the Islamic Revolution triumphed under his leadership. "The highness of imam's thoughts defied the prevalent isms and proved that religion still rules over the society," he added. "Imam Ali described his seditious time as follows: People! I am living in a time of booming sedition," added Salahi noting Imam Ali's leadership in the first years of the Islam. "'Stay away from the sedition by the rescue ship and the ship is nothing but your infallible imams [who have committed no sins and have never faltered in their path],' advised Imam Ali his people about averting sedition. 'A vigil one never follows seditious movements just like Ammar who knew Ali in the time of sedition.'" Later in the ceremony, Hujatoleslam Morteza Adib Yazdi delivered a speech in which he said, "When defending the guardianship of Islamic jurists, one should forget their interests and do what they can to shield their sacred believes. He further drew a comparison between the contemporary era with Imam Ali's leadership after the demise of prophet Mohammad in which the imam was trapped in a morass of loneliness and unfaithfulness. On December 30, 2009, millions of people took to the streets of Tehran and other Iranian cities and towns to show their anger over sacrilegious acts committed on Ashura day (December 27, 2009) in the follow-up to the post-election unrest. The massive rallies against the seditious movements came to be known as the 9th of Day demonstrations because they took place on the ninth day of the Iranian calendar month of Day. In 2009, on Ashura day, which is the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS) and his 72 companions, protesters chanted slogans against top government officials. They clashed with the police and damaged public property. Some of them also committed acts that disrespected religious sanctities. It is said that the people’s demonstrations on December 30, 2009, which ended months of unrest, poured water on the fire. The End Source: IBNA
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