The people of Iran danced on the rooftops and they danced on the pavements, roads and streets back in 1979 when the local radio announced that the ruler the Shah of Iran had left the country.
What had exactly transpired was not as most of the Iranian population had expected. Surprisingly there were countless lawyers and human right activists who were confident that the Iranian state should be returned back to the democratic 1907 constitution while other groups, such as the Marxists were convinced that they should engage in a central act in Iran in gratefulness for their role in the Islamic revolution.
In Paris, though, there was one man, Ruhollah Khomeini who had plotted the downfall of ...view middle of the document...
They went against the orders from the troops guarding the barracks to stop their demonstration and they broke into the barracks and seized some guns as well as some ammunition.
Soon the bloodshed spread across Iran as civilians joined in the clamor for Khomeini to take over the running of the country, although some people including Dr. Bakhtiar (an individual who was eager to put an end of the Islamic revolution) intimidated to bomb the territory where the group air of trainees were uprising.
Senior army officers were reluctant to attack the civilian population and their control over the events that were occurring. The reins of power were taken over by an appointee of Khomeini, though he was dismayed at the violence that was unleashed by the leaders of the rebellion who took their uncontrolled revenge on those ministers who had served under the Shah, assassinating them in a merciless, pitiless way.
Families of those people that had suffered under the Shah were given automatic weapons and were invited to shoot on the targeted victims, this they did showing no mercy to their former leaders. The majority of killings took place on the rooftop of a woman’s school where the Shah had set up his head office in the southern part of the city.
Meanwhile avant garde committees were campaigning for Khomeini’s and giving him...