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Millions of people have poured into streets on Thursday for the second consecutive day to support the Islamic Republic and denounce the recent riots and violence in some Iranian cities that led to the deaths and injuries of several people.
Iranians from all walks of life have taken to the streets of several cities to renew their allegiance to the Islamic establishment and condemn the recent wave of deadly violence in some areas.
An Iranian daily has called on Islamic seminaries and the clergy to wean themselves off government budget and meet their costs by turning to religious taxes.
Hossein Sheikholeslam, who served as a translator for Iranian students during the 1979 hostage crisis, has revealed some aspects of the US government’s espionage in Iran before the occupation of the US Embassy.
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, has urged members of the Expediency Discernment Council to think and act based on revolutionary ideals.
Iran is on Saturday marking the Islamic Republic Day, the day when, 38 years ago, an Islamic republic was officially declared in the country based on the results of a referendum in which Iranians overwhelmingly voted for the establishment of that political system.
Iranian parliament speaker has praised the decisive role played by the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) after victory of Iran’s Revolution in 1979, saying the Corps should be appreciated for their numerous achievements.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Wednesday rejected the ‘meaningless’ idea of ‘national reconciliation’ proposed by certain reformist figures, saying there is no need for such reconciliation as Iranian people don’t have any problem with each other.
In a politically-oriented report, Reuters claimed that only “hundreds of thousands” of Iranians rallied on the anniversary of the victory of Iran's Islamic Revolution on Friday, February 10, and merely to reject US President Donald Trump's anti-Iran threats.
Foreign press reporters from 26 countries were in Iran on February 10 to cover the nationwide Revolution rallies attended by millions of people who chanted slogans against the US administration, but invited American people to visit Iran.