Every Iranian Should Celebrate August 5th

Every Iranian Should Celebrate August 5th
by fozolie

Over a century later we still don't have Freedom or Justice but we have not forgotten the ideals. Today is perhaps the only day all Iranians who want to drag their country out of superstition and dictatorship should unite to remember. If there is something that can repair the schism in the ranks of those who yearn for Iran to progress and true Iranian patriots is this day.

Today is the day to remember the sacrifices made by Iranians all over Iran, from Tabriz to Esfahan, for freedom and justice. Do not let it be forgotten.

The picture shows the revolutionaries in Tabriz with Sattar Khan and Bagher Khan in the centre.


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