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At War With Humanity...

Auteur : Human Rights
Éditeur : P. Bertrand Date & Lieu : 1982,
Préface : Pages : 326
Traduction : ISBN :
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 145x210mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Org. Atw.Thème : Général

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At War With Humanity...

At War With Humanity...

Human Rights


After 50 years of tyrannical rule by the Shah and his father, when the savagery and crimes committed by the Shah and his secret police, SAVAK, reached their peak, the people of Iran became determined to overthrow his regime. They sought to establish a system in which imprisonment, torture, execution and massacre had no place. Naturally, such a transformation demanded its own price. Tens of thousands of Iranian men and women had to be sacrificed, all murdered by the Shah and his agents. At the time (1978), special circumstances within Iran, particularly the Shah's suppression of all political organisations, and outside the country allowed an individual by the name of Khomeini to take advantage of the people's movement. He was able to impose himself as the Revolution's leader by abusing the people's sincere sentiments. It is evident that such an imposition could not have been accomplished easily. After living abroad for fifteen years, during which time he conducted no activity other than issuing statements on a few rare occasions, Khomeini saw the ripe opportunity ...

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