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Imam Khamenei's accounts on Islamic Revolution
  A book has recently been published in Mashad as the Revolution Incognito on the differences between Iran's Islamic Revolution and other revolutionary movements in the world in the contemporary era.
Wednesday 8 February 2012 10:46
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Imam Khamenei
Bfnews: uthored by Hujatoleslam Ali Akbar Sabzian, the book narrates the story of Iran's Islamic Revolution based on the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khamenei's views.

Iran's revolution not only defied all the Middle East equations, it sparked new movements in the world of Islam bringing about new challenges for world equations and political schools of thought, said Sabzian.

He said the book analyzes the diverging features of Iran's revolution by drawing a comparison between different revolutions of the world.

As he said, one of the differences of the Islamic Revolution with other such movements was that it was both anti-arrogance and anti-colonialism unlike all other revolutions.

He went on to say that there are still many facets of the revolution, which still need to be considered and studied.

The book is arranged in four parts: what did we go past, the revolution incognito, those memorable days, the mentor.

The book is debuted by the Youth Community of Shahre Khorshid in Mashad.

Source : abna news agency