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Director general of Kohgeluye-Boyrahmad Islamic development:

9th of Dey rallies, sign of Iranians’ faith in Islamic system and revolution

 

Director general of Kohgeluye-Boyrahmad Islamic development stated that the 9th of Dey (December 30th 2009) rallies was the sign of Iranians’ faith in the Islamic system and revolution.

Congratulating all on the arrival of the 9th of Dey, Hojatoleslam Seyyed Jafar Mortazavi noted: the Islamic revolution revolving around the pivot of Velayat-e-Faqih and popular interaction was a hope for the oppressed people around the world and a warning to the global arrogance and tyrants, public relations office of Kohgeluye-Boyrahmad province’s Islamic development department reported.

From the beginning days of the Islamic revolution, the arrogance and ill-wishers aroused hostility against the Islamic revolution and by constructing plots, they tried to oppose the Islamic system, he noted.

 The wise leadership of the late Imam Khomeini (RA) and the supreme leader of the Islamic revolution and on-time presence of people in all arenas foiled the enemies’ plots one after the other, Hojatoleslam Mortazavi added.

Touching on the sedition 1388 (Iranian calendar year), this official said: the sedition 1388 was the outcome of the extensive plans of the foreign enemies and some domestic agents who tried to do damages to the Islamic revolution by creating tensions and discords among people, although, due to the leadership of Ayatollah Khamenei and the on-time participation of people in the 9th of Dey rallies, the plots of the enemies of the Islamic system were foiled.

In the end, Hojatoleslam Mortazavi reiterated: the presence of people in the day of Basirat (insight) was extensive, coherent and unique and it was the sign of the depth of their faith and belief in the Islamic system and the supreme leader, and it is essential for elites to clarify the achievements of the 9th of Dey epic.

 

 

 

Wednesday 31 December 2014 - 21:59

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