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Shah Of Iran – Last Interview

Shah of Iran – Interview compilation

Published on Aug 15, 2015

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shah of iran interview with david frost 1979

Uploaded on Apr 26, 2011

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David Frost interview with the Shah of Iran – 1979

Published on Jul 21, 2015

America’s biggest atrocity against the Iranian nation did not take place in 1953 as the CIA is brainwashing Americans to believe, it happened in 1979 through a conspiracy that overthrew the Shah of Iran. America is paying for that mistake today.
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Shah Of Iran – Last Interview

Published on Aug 16, 2012

saied shemirani Full version of 1978 BBC Interview shah

Published on Jun 27, 2012

 

Shah of Iran Interview 1977

Uploaded on Mar 1, 2009

http://www.azaditv.org – Shah of Iran being interviewed by US News network in 1977

 

Shah Of Iran On Zionism – 1976 Interview

Published on Aug 13, 2012

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Mohammad Rezā Shāh Pahlavī
محمدرضاشاه پهلوی

October 1919 — 27 July 1980) was the last Shah of Iran.
He ruled Iran from 16 September 1941 until his overthrow by the Iranian Revolution on 11 February 1979.

He was the second and last monarch of the House of Pahlavi of the Iranian monarchy.
Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi held several titles: His Imperial Majesty, Shahanshah (King of Kings,[1] Emperor), Aryamehr (Light of the Aryans) and Bozorg Arteshtārān (Head of the Warriors,
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Mohammad Reza came to power during World War II after an Anglo-Soviet invasion forced the abdication of his father Reza Shah.

During his reign, the Iranian oil industry was briefly nationalized under Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh before a US backed coup d’état overturned the regime and brought back foreign oil firms.
Iran marked the anniversary of 2,500 years of continuous monarchy since the founding of the Persian Empire by Cyrus the Great.

The Shah’s White Revolution was a series of economic, social and political reforms with the stated intention of transforming Iran into a global power and modernizing the nation.

However, poorly planned and executed, it instead resulted in a series of unintended consequences, alienating the general population from the government.

The lower class saw many of the government programs, on which they relied for subsistence, eliminated or radically altered.

The middle class saw the reforms as only aesthetic, giving them no real democratic or civil rights.

While the wealthy perceived the reforms as undermining the basis of their power and privilege.
A secular Muslim himself, Mohammad Reza gradually lost support from the Shi’a clergy of Iran, particularly due to his strong policy of modernization, secularization, conflict with the traditional class of merchants known as bazaari, and recognition of Israel.

Various additional controversial policies were enacted, including the banning of the communist Tudeh Party, and a general suppression of political dissent by Iran’s intelligence agency, SAVAK.
According to official statistics, Iran had as many as 2,200 political prisoners in 1978, a number which multiplied rapidly as a result of the revolution.

Several other factors contributed to strong opposition to the Shah among certain groups within Iran, the most notable of which were the US and UK backed coup d’état against Mosaddegh in 1953, clashes with Islamists, and increased communist activity. By 1979, political unrest had transformed into a revolution which, on 16 January, forced the Shah to leave Iran.
Soon thereafter, the Iranian monarchy was formally abolished, and Iran was declared an Islamic republic.

 

Shah of Iran interview 1974

Uploaded on Mar 1, 2009

http://www.azaditv.org – Shah of Iran being interviewed by US News network in 1974

 

Iran: Shah of Iran Interviews (1974-77)

Published on Aug 31, 2013

 

Late Shah’s speech on OPEC in 1973 that led to his downfall.

Uploaded on Mar 16, 2009

It was not a revolution in 1979. It was a hostile take over by the british and Islamic arab terrorists bent on destroying Iran and taking control of the oil fields. In 1973 the Shah intended to free Iran from unfair oil contracts that was supposed to end in 1979. That did not happen. Except, the brits and Jimmy Carter gave Iran a terrorist mullah called Khomeini & his ideology who not only killed Iranians but indirectly was responsible in murdering many Westerners.
The Islamofascist snakes they have supported since 1979 will eventually bite them real good.

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