Although Reza Khan didn't hold university degree, he had a deep understanding of the Iranian style of politics. In 1935 religious leaders called a protest against Reza Shah's ban of the veil for women and his order that men wear billed caps that would prevent them from touching the floor with their foreheads during the prayer. They gathered with several hundred believers in the sacred Khorasan mosque. As soon as Reza Shah leaned of their assembly, he ordered soldiers to storm the mosque and massacre them. More than one hundred were killed. There were no further protests against his religious reforms. Time and agin, Reza Shah the Great resovlved problems with his strong authorative character. Once during a visit to Hamedan in western Iran, for example, he is said to have learned that people there were going hungry because bakers wer hoarding wheat in order to drive up prices. He ordered the first baker he saw thrown into an oven and burned alive. By the next morning, every bakery in town was filled with low-priced bread.
Crime never get paid as long as Reza shah the Great was alive. After he was gone, it was another story. No one dared to do crime under his rule. For examle, when upper-class woman reprimanded her chauffeur for turning the wrong way into a one-way street, he replied, "Oh! it does not matter, now Reza Shah has gone".
Reza khan frequent expression was "I make Iran better than France that French people come and see and regret it". It was common knowlege that Reza khan never took his booth out, worked 24/7 for Iran. Patriatic soldier who lived for Iran and died for Iran. God bless his soul.
We must make sure his mesolume build again in FREE IRAN along preservation for mesolume of Cryrus the Great.
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