Iran- Fundamentalism: Religious Fundamentalists Ruling Iran are Godfather of ISIS

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Demolishing the monument of Mirza Koochak Khan in Rasht, Iran
Demolishing the monument of Mirza Koochak Khan in Rasht, Iran

By Staff Writer, Iran Probe
Thuseday, 9 February 2016

arash2Iranian regime demolishes the monuments of Mirza Koochak Khan and Arash Kamangir, Iranian People’s national heroes.
A few months ago, outrageously, ISIS broke historical relics in the northern city of Mosul, Iraq. Such news brought worldwide anger. This together with the savage murder of innocent people showed that such fundamental organization have no respect for the human being and culture. It has come clear today that those organizations, such as ISIS, have come to birth under the rule of Ayatollahs in Iran. The Iranian regime has formed a fundamental umbrella as their Godfather since it seized power in Iran to make the only fundamentalist government in the world.
The two following news coming out of Iran are the same disturbing:
1- Iran – Rasht – Friday Feb. 5th – In a strange act Iranian regime removed and demolished the monument of Mirza Koochak Khan from the central Shahrdari square.
Mirza Koochak Khan led the fight against monarchy dictatorship and the forces of Russian tsar who had invaded north of Iran. He froze to death when hiding in the cold jungles of northern Iran while suppressive forces of Reza Shah were out to arrest him. He is considered as a national hero and loved by the people, especially, in northern Iran.
2- Destruction of monument of Arash Kamangir in the city of Sari
Thursday, Feb 4th - Sari (north of Iran) – By the order of provincial office the monument of Arash Kamangir in one of Sari’s squares was demolished.
Arash Kamangir is a mythical legend for Iranian people who put his life for his country’s freedom.
A film secretly taken from a regime’s scrapyard shows the remnants of the monuments.

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