Khomeini, a man who was not like him! Dr. Gholam Ali Rajai
There has been much talk of Khomeini in these years, but the words still demand a great deal of time to eavesdrop on him and eagerly praise him for his hatred of others.
A man just like himself and no one like him!
A man who stood in the way of the kings overthrew them but never brought them into government.
A man who, during his years of speaking to his people, never called himself “us” and did not speak up about the smell of arrogance or arrogance.
Even though all eyes were on him, he was never seen, and no one heard him invite people or groups of people to his likeness.
A man who could never see himself, and confined himself to everything and realized his identity.
The man who was an idol breaker and a self-breaker burned himself out and never took anything for granted.
Although he was deeply aware of the people’s love for him and knew that some were not sealed with him for any reason, he never came to grudge or sympathize with them.
He never sought to humiliate his opponents and critics who were sometimes among his suitors and, in their opinion, because of the oppression that some government officials saw – and he was unaware of and unhappy with – the performance of some of his rulers worse than the Shah. They knew it couldn’t happen.
He had no special rights to interact with and guide people.
One time, when he was at the beginning of his visit to the holy Qom, his aunt Hazrat Masoumeh (SA) overlooked the shrine and fell into the eyes of the one who fell in line with him ahead of him in order to make pilgrimage. Slowly, he shrugged off the brow of his eyebrows, leaving that empty space behind, and then pilgrimed through the dense crowd.
People’s opinion and opinion were so valuable that they knew the ramifications and the legitimacy of the Islamic system.
It was not only about Iranians and Muslims. You loved all Muslims and even humanity from the bottom of your heart.
It was a manifestation of divine zeal.
The eight-year war was ruled by the brutality of the oppressed and supported by the people of God and divine grace, and ended with pride if it ended at the end of the poison cup because his divine jealousy would not prevent the bloody survival of Saddam’s bloodshed. He sought the help of the superpower after his dream of repeating the Qadisiyyah and extending power over the Arab world to rule the Arvand River and Khuzestan for several more years by drawing his disgraceful life on his people.
He wanted people to be free as they were created.
He never sought to assign some to him to prevent people from voting for them.
One time when his older brother’s son – the late Ayatollah Sayed Morteza Pasandideh – lost to an unnamed security guard in his constituency in Khomein, his brother spoke to him about some of the issues surrounding the election’s health without undermining the prestige of the family. Khomeini knew he was laughing and said which of these is safer than having my brother’s son run in my city and not vote!
His modesty and humility toward the people was not as great as that of the people who read themselves as small in order to grow in popularity and excellence.
Although the dynasty of the revolution and the uprising of the people, but at a meeting he wholeheartedly said that he was moving behind the people in the movement and people are his foremost. At the same meeting, when the then prime minister told him if the officials were behind the people but everyone knows that in this revolution you are not behind the people and you immediately heard from him that no, I am behind the people.
One time, when the governors listened to him in the small room of his rented house, God heard them say that I had no part in the victory of this revolution and that I had no share in it. God was the web.
Although he considered himself a jurisprudent, the governor was in charge of his affairs and sometimes he heard that some who even sat on fatwas or judgments or executed were not in favor of his province or were in conflict with him, and this did not hurt their opposition to the province. The jurisprudent did not know about their departure from the circle of the system or the reason for their rejection and reprimand.
Once hearing about the government’s decision to replace some of the judges who disagreed with Onist and disagreed with his authority, it was hard to argue that having my own religion was one of the tenets of the people’s religion that would have led to their dismissal.
Non-belief in the principle of Velayat-e Faqih was not seen as a sign of the counter-revolution. One believed that one could not accept him as a Velayat-e Faqih but remain in the civil service.
To the emerging presence of those who saw their thinking as damaging to the revolution – such as those who opposed and defied the half-Sha’ban feast he had issued during the war with the king – in the areas of responsibility The intensity of the reaction.
Once asked to nominate Mr. Mesbah Yazdi’s son-in-law at the time, he was opposed to the proposal by the IRGC’s time commander as his representative in the IRGC because of his potential influence on his father’s thought and the departure of his ideas in the IRGC.
In carrying out God’s command, he did not know the insider or the insider.
After conquering the US embassy in Tehran, which he named a spy nest because of his treacherous performance in Iran, he told the authorities, however, that students should hold that place firmly in order for the US to comply with Iran, but it must not be forgotten. This occupation is not to deny US embassy ownership of the land.
During the ten years that he ruled, he suffered no criticism from anyone and allowed him to prosecute those who wrote letters in which he spoke harshly.
When a war-ravaged Arab Khorramshahri, acting on his recommendation to leave the city and losing his possessions, lost his property in Iraq’s occupation of Khorramshahr, he was taken to court and sued for loss of rubbish. It turned the complaint into a subpoena and sent it to Jamaran without getting annoyed who it was that dared to find me and who was the judge who summoned me to court and asked the government to Complaint was received from the injured Khorramshahri and he was satisfied with the payment.
Although he considered the principles enshrined in the law to be part of the jurisdiction of the jurisprudent, however, when the MPs warned him not to tell him anything about what he saw to be beyond the law, They have the authority to accept their caveat and justify the conditions under which they are warned that they will then act in accordance with the law.
He never confessed to being wrong. He repeatedly told people about his mistakes, including his will, in his will.
He accepted the criticism.
He repeatedly consulted and listened to the opinion of experts who believed in the affairs of the country to disregard his opinion and that change of opinion was not forthcoming.
When the authorities asked him on the sixth day of March last to accept his letter addressed to the late Ayatollah Montazeri dismissing him from his important post of Vice President, which contained harsh interpretations, and two days later with more conspicuous interpretations, He wrote.
He was the leader of all people, and he loved all people, even those who believed in him and believed in him, but he regarded them as his own blessings.
When he said people, he was not part of the people – the believers – or those who believed or followed his instructions.
The closeness and closeness of his followers was not in obeying the public or in publicly declaring his obedience or in opening speech or in promoting his message among the people.
All people, even non-believers and non-Muslims in his country, loved Iran because they were servants of God and knew and respected and honored their best service.
Although he was not born poor and inherited much property from his father in Khomein, he did not live as a well-to-do man and a poor man – Ayatollah Hassan Sanei – who wrote in his office overseeing his poor life, Be his life.
Some members of the office of relatives and close relatives were not satisfied with the frequent pilgrimage and occasional pilgrimage trips and in order to assimilate with the people, without implicitly disclosing them, declaring them disgruntled because of their dependence on them. He was holding back.
Occasionally, when he saw people’s affectionate letters coming to his office, he protested that not all letters were complimentary to him, and that letters of insult and humiliation had come to him from the office where he was hiding. The bailiff prevented it.
It was easy to get rid of the accusations that some had made of their ignorance, and that they were seeking solace.
At the beginning of the victory, when a foreign correspondent asked him whether in your new republic, the son of the deposed king could also return to Iran and live in Iran, he would have to pay for his birth or princi- pality or be deprived of returning to Iran. Life did not know it and said that if it was proved that his hand, like his father, was not contaminated with innocent blood, he had the right to live as one of the Iranian people in his country. He
loved Thaxx more closely than anyone, even his close ones.
One of his Beit servants, who owned a small shop in the south of Tehran and had been serving his sister for many years in Beit, loved it very much. In response to this interest in him, he said that whenever I go up for prayer, I see the light of his room light up, full of laughter, mystery and need for God. Another day he finally said humility while pointing at a member of the office. My wish is for God to accompany me.
It was such a mirror of sincerity that even his fiercest enemies had no doubt about his integrity.
It was a symbol of religion, and you were in love with Ali and Walid Ali.
Not only did he not rejoice in the defeat of his adversaries and enemies, but when he heard that some and some of them had departed from the revolutionary path without speaking implicitly, he urged them to return to the ocean of people, and if they did not return in their separation from The flood of people was crying.
He was not na سادهve and mouthy and said that if he had succeeded he would have been very optimistic and early believers.
She was very tearful, especially during the month of Ramadan, and she wiped her tears. Each Ramadan ending ended with the light divine angels giving her eyes at midnight.
She was eager to pray for him to reach out to the joiner and reach out and hug the eyewitness.
And I’m left with the strangeness that his friends have suffered and the slander of Wattam’s slander.
And I am left in his path, lost in the dust of distorted hiding.
And I have been left with so many words that I wholeheartedly want to miss and still ask him to say nothing of himself and even ask others not to write.
From a man who was just like himself and no one like him