What made Ruhollah Khomeini important in history?
Firstly you have to understand who he was,where and why he was exiled,who influenced him,what his beliefs were and when he came into power what the political scenarios was al about in the middle east. Simply he was none other than a puppet of the western regime who now control and hold the monopoly of the worlds resources.
There is nothing special aqbout him or other world middle east leaders who are pawns in mid-east politics.
There is nothing special aqbout him or other world middle east leaders who are pawns in mid-east politics.
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Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (1902-1989) was an exiled religious and political leader who became the Supreme Leader of Iran following the overthrow of the Shah (Reza Pahlavi) in 1979. he was famous islamic leader or marja taglid in the contemporarycentury .he is aslo the founder of the islamic republ…ic of the iran. He is Imam Khomeini, the leader of Iranian Islamic revolution. (MORE)
destiny... . those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat it.... Imagine if we did not learn from our and others mistakes and repeated the holocaust or the civil war again and lose thousands of lives because we did not pay attention to our history. History is important as it covers …a huge spectrum of human activities including arts- literature, architecture, politics, painting and many others.We have to consider our past to build our future because we learn from our past mistakes.We learn to improve by learning from past mistakes.Through history we learn about our culture,tradition and moral values. (MORE)
If we do not learn our history - we are doomed to repeat the same mistakes. We could learn from the mistakes of others and make better choices for ourselves.
It is an important step in loving the Philippines and courage of the heroes that fought and died for us. Obviously, when we study the history of the Philippines, we will know its entire history as a country and as subject of colonization. We can also know how did the civilization began. We will know… also, its struggle for independence, the heroic experiences that the Filipinos had done just to get their own independence against the colonizers who devoured the natural resources, and by studying the Philippine history, we will discover why this country is still suffering poverty in spite of its rich natural resources. We also need to study our history for us to trace up our own identity. . (MORE)
History is important to us because it is the heritage that shapedthe world we live in today. What we do today will be part ofhistory in the future. It is mainly important because it helps us to understand the world,and how it became what we see today. It can help us to solveproblems that we face to…day by seeing the solutions that were triedin the past. We must learn from mistakes that were made before us,so that we do not repeat them. So that you can help to aviod repeating its mistakes. History is important because human behavior tends to followrelatively predictable patterns over long periods of time. Bystudying these past patterns and behaviors we can work to make surewe do not make the same mistakes and help to make the word a betterplace. History is important so that future generations willunderstand the sacrifices that were made for them. History also teaches about problems that we had too. (MORE)
"To know today, we look to yesterday. To know tomorrow, we see today as yesterday." History serves as a reminder of the great things we have done, the horrible atrocities that have occurred, and to help those of today to know how we came to this. History is a road that gets fuzzy and hard to reme…mber the further you look back but to forget is a crime in itself. (MORE)
Answer . History is made of.... In my opinion, history is made of the past. A compilation of events that have already occured, have been documented on some form of media, such as books, computer data storage devices, and even simple human memory, etc. and are reviewed, thereby history.
yes i dont think so. history is lame. i hate it. history should stay in the past where it belongs. like srsly. i hate it!
History is the personal journal of one's life. When a country has certain outstand persons, events, or documents, they are included in a country's history. What we study as history is the journal of a country's life. One of the oldest history books is the Bible of the Judeo-Christian tradition. It i…s the history of the Jewish/Israeli people.. History is made by one person's decision. How that person's decision affects others and that person's environment is what history is. (MORE)
Imam Khomeini (R.A.) One of the greatest unfairness about our great Imam and the Islamic system is that foreign propaganda accuses the Imam, the Islamic system and the Islamic Republic of autocracy and lack of democracy. This magnificent revolution was created in Iran while after the victory of th…e revolution the first public-opinion poll was conducted by the Imam which was not preceded by any other revolution. You might see that when there is a coup d'etat, a minor change and a brief replacement in a country, elections are delayed for two or three years. People of the country did not know the ballot-box. Elections held at the time of the dictatorial regime were merely nominal and a sham. The people never went to the ballot-box to take part in an actual election. They made whoever they wanted win for the satellite parliament. With such a background, two months after the victory of the revolution, the Imam called the people for the ballot-box and they voted for the Islamic Republic. People took part in five elections within a single year. During the twenty three years which succeeded the revolution people participated in different elections for twenty three times to elect members of the Islamic Consultative Majlis (the parliament), members of the Assembly of Experts, the president and members of the City Council, and determining the Constitution and the system of the Islamic Republic. In what system - even among those so-called democratic systems - could we find such a stress on people's vote and will? The brazen and shameless enemies of this revolution and nation are unfair enough to accuse this revolution, system and its great builder, architect and founder of opposition to democracy. The great art of the honorable Imam is that he has constructed a consolidated framework for this revolution and did not permit the dominating powers and political mainstreams to digest it. The slogan "Neither Eastern, nor Western, but Islamic Republic," or the slogan "Independence, Freedom, Islamic Republic," which were chanted by the people through the influence of the Imam's teachings and guidance implied that this revolution is supported by fixed and consolidated principles which were connected neither to the principles of the Eastern Socialism nor those of the Western Liberal Capitalism of the time. That is why both the East and the West showed hostility to the revolution. This is the difference between our honorable Imam and other saviors of the history of Islam during the last two centuries. The Imam entered the scene, appeared in the middle of the field, was among the people, talked to them, explained his principles to them, and made them reach a status of intellectual and conscious faith like that of his. Then faith and the motivation of the people and Islamic teachings won the battle for the right and the truth. Others could not make advancement in this difficult stage but the Imam could. The Iranian nation believed in these principles and struggled for them. The result was that, firstly, the Islamic system despite all obstructions and hostilities became victorious and its root day by day grew deeper and deeper to date, and, secondly, the idea and realization of the Islamic Renaissance and saving the Muslim nation from the cruelty and imperialism of the hegemonic powers did not remain restricted in this country. The most important achievement of our honorable Imam at the level of the Muslim world was his role as the revivalist of the political and social dimensions of Islam. From the time colonialism intruded the Muslim countries, colonialists and hegemonic powers did their best to omit the political and social dimensions of Islam: justice-seeking, freedom-seeking and independence-seeking. In order to further dominate the Muslim nations and exploit their resources, the hegemonic powers had to strip Islam of its political dimensions and interpret it as submission to events, submission to occupier and submission to the cruel and fierce enemy. Imam Khomeini (RA) revived the forgotten facts of Islam: he waved the flag of Islam's justice-seeking and publicized the Islam's opposition to discrimination, class distinction and aristocracy. From the beginning to the last days of his life the honorable Imam emphasized the down-trodden, the bare-footed and the deprived people. Once and again at the advent of the Islamic system and during the blissful ten-year period of his life as the leader of the Islamic system he wanted all officials to take care of the weak. You are indebted to the barefooted class of the country. My dear ones! Great nation of Iran! We won whenever we heeded this recommendation of the Imam and exercised it in planning, law-making, execution and appointing and dismissing. The most important thing done by the Imam, regarding people, was to completely remove the concept of democracy from what the planners of Western democracy and their agents wanted to show in the scientific scenes. They tried to inculcate that democracy does not get along with theocracy and religiosity. Imam Khomeini (RA) destroyed this wrong idea and introduced democracy - meaning the Islamic Republic - in the world. He did not content himself with language; neither did he deem intellectual reasoning sufficient; he showed this in action. (MORE)
Republic of Texas. Following the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2 , 1836 , Houston joined his volunteer army at Gonzales , but was soon forced to retreat in the face of the superior forces of Mexican General (and dictator) Antonio LÃ³pez de Santa Anna , whose soldiers killed a…ll those at The Alamo Mission at the conclusion of the Battle of the Alamo on March 6.. Houston at the Battle of San Jacinto.. The painting "Surrender of Santa Anna" by William Huddle shows the Mexican general Santa Anna surrendering to a wounded Sam Houston .. At the Battle of San Jacinto on April 21 , 1836 , however, Houston surprised Santa Anna and the Mexican forces during their afternoon siesta. Badly beaten, Santa Anna was forced to sign the Treaty of Velasco, granting Texas independence. Although Houston stayed on briefly for negotiations, he returned to the United States for treatment of a wound to his ankle.. Houston was twice elected president of the Republic of Texas (the first time on September 5 , 1836 ). He served from October 22 , 1836 , to December 10 , 1838 , and again from December 12 , 1841 to December 9 , 1844 . On December 20 , 1837 , Houston presided over the convention of Freemasons that formed the Grand Lodge of the Republic of Texas, now the Grand Lodge of Texas .. He put down the Cordova Rebellion of 1838, and while he initially sought annexation by the U.S., he dropped that hope during his first term. In his second term, he strove for fiscal prudence, and worked to make peace with the Indians and to avoid war with Mexico, following the two invasions of 1842. He had to act over the Regulator-Moderator War of 1844, which caused him to send in the militia . (MORE)
It is important because if you come across something, then you know. such as the order of the English Kings, the different dynasties of Egypt, etc, so that when you read history you will have some overall context in mind- a structure. The dates themselves do not matter.
Debbie fields was important to history because oyt of nothing she became one of the most successful business enterpreneuars in history and she had such determination in he dream that she is now a multi millionaire.
George Santayana once said "People who can't remember the past are condemned to repeat it." It is the recording of people and events in our past. For example, If you wanted to find out how the world was like in the time of Napoleon or Alexander if you wanted to know how life was during World War I o…r World War II. Men even influenced history even in victory or in defeat. But the main problem today people don't know or don't care about history. It is like the quote above, People today don't even know what the Declaration of Independence is or the Constitution is about or how it was created. Our country right now is seeing its " fall of the Roman Empire." Our country was the symbol of hope and prosperity for the free world. But back to history, If don't learn history. Your life and your children will suffer through a lot it will be disaster that we may never recover from. That is the importance of history. (MORE)
History is important because it gives us knowledge about a persons past, or events that have occured.
Upon his return to Iran, got rid of Shah. . Didn't like westernized life-style of the Shah... So emphasized Islamic fundamentalism.
It means you don't make the past. The past made you. It means you are able to accomplish what you do now because of the people before you who paved the way.
It was education. In the Illinois State senate, he passed the fist major ethics reform in 25 years, cut taxes for working families, and expanded health care for kids and their mamas and papas.
Barack Obama is an important part of our history because he is the 1st black president in history. He's the 44th president amd he's the only black one. So that is very big especially since blacks have been segregated against.
He was born in komein lol i know it's weird but he took the name of where he was born. In a city in Iran that name is Khomein
It just happens. History is being made right now. In a few years, today's occurances will be part of history books.
History is important for all of us. We can only improve our present if we know our past. We can improve some of the blunder mistakes that we made. History also refers to the prosperity of a country. We can also know how much our country was prosperous. We can know who ruled our country in past. We c…an also learn great things about the kings, battles, wars, our mistakes and much more. History also tells who invented what? How will u feel if u invented something and people just forgets u? Bad Bad very Bad. So don`t feel history a boring subject. It only depends upon u how u make it interesting or boring. Answer 2 So that you can help to avoid repeating its mistakes. (MORE)
you can relate to your past and the style of music back then gave us to music we have today :)
Well the Greeks wrote about fables, myths, and legends. All included some of the Greek gods. When written history came from Thucydides he knew that he was going to write without gods. He separated fact from legend. Written history is very important to know how we got to where we are now. The traditi…ons of oral history have well served societies but there are so many diverse people on earth and so many centuries of history to pass on that in must be written so that as many people as possible have access to it. The importance lies in the fact that if you don't know history, you will always be guessing how to deal with situations that are occurring now if you don't know what the outcome may be when it was dealt with in the past. Unfortunately, too many world leaders don't seem to be aware of this. There are well known sayings that tell it more simply; "What is past is prologue" and "Those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it" (please don't tell me it's a misquote, I know it is but it's my preferred misquote). Written History is so important because it lets the reader know what really happened or at least the "Victor" thought what happened. History is written by the victor". for example if the Nazis won WWII then 50 years he would be known as "The Great Leader", 100 years he would be known to as like a God, in 1000 years he would be known as "A god with great leading abilities who defended monsters and demons from his homeland". Obviously that is very different then what really happened and what we know today. Oral history can have many misconceptions the story would get greater and greater like i mentioned before and so it is unclear of what really happened (MORE)
I really don't think one can make any case for regarding the Holocaust as 'the most important event in history'. Until perhaps the 1970s it was simply regarded as the worst of many Nazi atrocities.
because u can learn about different types of things like , there culture , different types of languages and also the peoples.
The Alamo. assasination of president Kennedy occoured in dallas Nov. '63. LBJ was from there. ugh. lots of stuff. the question is too general
The Duke of Wellinton (he defeated Napoleon at Waterloo in Begium) also General |Wolfe (who defeated General Moncalm on the Plains of Abrahma in Quebec Canada)
Presumably Molly Brown had a cursed mummy artefact on board the Titanic from her visit to Egypt. It is rumoured that the artefact has caused the ship to sink, but it is just a rumour
She is very intelligent. Some of the words coming out of her mouth are words some people don't think a black women would say, or even know. She wrote poetry that
Charles Curtis was the first US vice president with acknowledged Native American bloodlines. His heritage included Kansa, Osage and Potawattomie through his mother's side of the family. He represented Kansas in the US House of Representatives, Mar 1893 - Jan 1907. Then he was US Senator from Kansas …Jan 1907 - 1913, and again from 1915 - Mar 1929. He was US vice president from Mar 4, 1929 -- Mar 4, 1933. He was a quiet hero; his main political platforms were for women's rights, farmer's rights, Native Americans' rights, and children's rights, though he had others lesser known as well. There is a link below. (MORE)
Nelson Mandela was a prisoner in South Africa during apartheid. Mandela and F.W. de Klerk were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. After apartheid Mandela was elected South Africa's new president.
Reggie Ball was one of the best players in the history of Georgia. 5th down Reggie.
The exact opposite is true, History IS important. IT is because it shows us the errors of the past so we don't repeat the same mistakes.
Islamic Revolution. constitution and all laws of Iran and allexecutive organisations and everything changed to Islamic.
If you came here from naturalization have to know that to pass your test. History going to know histoy if you have to know history not alot but tleast who is the 13th president -Martin van bueuren 16th president ABE LINCOLN 1st president, George washington
Its important to learn history because it helps us understand our future and know what to do. Sources of history try a history book or hisstory class.
Because when you are older in your GCSE you might need to know what your doing
The biggest Iranian Revolution first started by students and middle class seen overthrown of the last autocratic king Shah Iran (Mohammad Reza Pahlavi), and the return of 15 years in exile of Ayatollah Khomeini, being upped as the first people's choice leader of 1979 Iranian Revolution. As by the …west and its allies, Ayatollah Khomeini actually seen as the perfect pious and peaceful character to be, but when Ayatollah Khomeini takes his leader role, he seems to be bigger than himself and sharply be the one responsible spreading the anti-Israel anti-US and instead of just lead Iranian to a peaceful living after the revolution, Ayatollah Khomeini actually gone further actively ready to war with everybody that preventing Iran from rising again as significant political power. He dies in 1986, but his pious potraits can be seen till today being painted in large sizes on some buildings towards the Syuhada Square in Iran central town. (MORE)
history is important because if we didnt know what happened in the past, history is likely to repeat itself.
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was born on September 24, 1900 and died on June 3, 1989. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini would have been 88 years old at the time of death or 114 years old today.
History is the collection of past people, events, and dates that have left an impact on civilization. It's important to study history to avoid past mistakes and to learn lessons.
The Babylonians destroyed the First Temple and exiled the Jews. A Jewish community numbering in (at least) hundreds of thousands lived and flourished in Babylonia for over 1500 years, with autonomy under the Exilarch and with some of the greatest of all Yeshivot and sages.
nelson mandela is inportant to keep the masses hynotised into believing in a false history created by those pulling the strings, look much much deeper into the situation and the truth may dawn
What are 3 paragraphs about why the typewriter was important and how it made a turning point in history i need an answer fast pleasse?
don't expect to get fast answers here! perhaps you should consider learning how to do your own research for assignments.
Unless someone specifically states that he is a member of the freemasons, it is hard to know for sure. Probably not, though--it's not a big thing in Iran.
She proved that despite the obstacles of colour prejudice and gender prejudice that talent and determination can win through in the end.
lately some agency new such as BBC Persian wanted to distribute adistorted text to Ayatollah Khomeini based on a secret messagebetween him and carter. but according to confident sources thehistory is not such a way that BBC agency news narrated it. inother word I think that not only, as BBC claimed,… Imam Khomeini inresponse to Carter , alert him on the right of Iranian people inrespect to their destiny but also Imam Khomeini try to show Carter,if he threat Iran again this action could followed by serousresponse by Iranian people. (MORE)
Sacajawea's main contribution to American history is that she was the guide and translator for the Lewis and Clark expedition. This expedition explored the western half of the land that is now the United States, covering the area from South Dakota to the Pacific Ocean.
Persian born Ruhollah Khomeini was the first supreme leader of Iran, a position which he held until he died in 1989. He was also the leader of the Iranian Revolution and was named Man of the Year in 1979.