544-Palestine.DOC - In the Name of Allah the Compassionate the Merciful PALESTINE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF IMAM KHOMEINI(May God grant him peace The

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In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful
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PALESTINE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF IMAM KHOMEINI (May God grant him peace) The Institute for Compilation and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s Works International Affairs Department
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Palestine from the Viewpoint of Imam Khomeini Publisher: The Institute for Compilation and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s Works (International Affairs Department) Translators: Juliana Shaw & Behrooz Arezoo Third impression: 2010 Copies: 1500 Price: Address: No. 5, Sudeh Alley, Yaser Street, Bahonar Avenue, Jamaran, P.C. 19778, P.O. Box 19575/614, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran Tel: (009821) 222 92 593, 22290191-5 Fax: (009821) 22834072, 22290478 E-mail: [email protected] باتک نیطسلف زا هاگدید ماما ینیمخ هب نابز یسیلگنا
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CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................... I SECTION ONE: THE NATURE OF ISRAEL Israel the enemy of Islam and the Muslims ................................................. 3 Israel’s expansionism (the plan for a greater Israel) .................................... 7 The distinction between Jews and Zionists ............................................... 13 Israel’s supporters ..................................................................................... 17 SECTION TWO :THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IRAN AND ISRAEL UNDER THE SHAH’S REGIME The Links between the Shah’s regime and Israel ...................................... 25 Imam’s Stance on Israel before the Culmination of the Islamic Revolution .................................................................................................................. 43 Imam’s interview with representatives from al-Fath about assisting the al- Fath guerrillas ........................................................................................... 49 SECTION THREE: IMAM AND THE ISLAMIC REVOLUTION, BASTIONS OF RESISTANCE TO ISRAEL Elucidating the reasons for the weakness of the Muslims ......................... 59 The divulgence of plots and treacherous plans .......................................... 77 The rejection of Israel’s existence and the call for unity and support for the struggle against Israel ............................................................................... 97 Announcement of International Quds Day .............................................. 137 The repudiation of polytheists during hajj .............................................. 147 SECTION FOUR: THE ENEMIES’ EFFORTS TO PREVENT THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN FROM LEADING THE STRUGGLE The imposed war and the plots by some countries against revolutionary Iran .......................................................................................................... 163
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Groundless accusations ........................................................................... 171 A short history of Palestine ..................................................................... 181
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INTRODUCTION  In the Name of Allah, the All-beneficent, the All-merciful From various aspects, the victory of the Islamic revolution in Iran resulted in the intensification of the Muslims’ campaign against the Zionists and changed the method of the Palestinians’ struggle. The Shah’s regime was considered a powerful ally for Israel and the West in the sensitive Middle East region. During his reign, Iran was a market for the import of large amounts of Israeli goods causing the economy of the occupying regime to flourish, and in the area of oil, the Shah rushed to its aid by exporting enough to meet its needs. As a result, in the Israeli economic and industrial sectors, Iran’s oil was transformed into arms and bullets used to pierce the chests of the Palestinians. Under the Shah, Iran had become a base for Israeli espionage activities and one from which the Zionist regime could keep watch over the Arabs of the region. To disclose the nature of the Shah’s open and secret relations with Israel and to protest at the unsparing aid the Shah’s regime was giving this
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