Millions of Iranians chanted "death to the US" as the nation marked the 44th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution
On February 11, millions of Iranians marched to mark the 44th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution, renewing their allegiance to Imam Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
This is despite the fact that in recent months, Iran's foes—the United States, certain European states, the Zionist regime, and Arab despotic sheiks—have made every effort to disrupt Iran's internal situation.
According to political observers, Iran has witnessed a multi-pronged campaign in which the Iranian nations' adversary sought to stimulate ethnic, religious, and socioeconomic fault lines in a desperate attempt to overthrow the Iranian democracy. However, by their own admission, they utterly fail. In recent months, Western, Zionist, and Arabic media have, in inane rhetoric, attempted to portray the situation in Iran as though its democratically elected political system is on the verge of collapse and the Iranian people have abandoned the Islamic Revolution, even suggesting that the Iranian state would not last until this year's anniversary of the Islamic Revolution of 1979. Despite the stoking of recent mutinies by western media outlets, the world observed the fervent participation of the Iranian people on the 44th anniversary of the revolution's victory.
The Agence France-Presse (AFP) said that 22 Bahman rally participants chanted "Death to America" and "Death to Israel" and called for international support of "a united, powerful, and stable Iran."
An AFP reporter said tens of thousands of Iranians braved the cold weather to make the trek on foot to join the rally. In addition, two state-of-the-art Iranian UAVs, Sejil and Shahed-136, were displayed near Azadi Square. As reported by The Guardian, millions of Iranians flocked to the streets in Tehran and other cities on the 44th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
Iranians thronged to the streets to celebrate the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution's victory, as reported by Al-Arabiya. According to Reuters, the Iranian president addressed the gathering assembled in Azadi Square.
Reuters reported that the Iranian president addressed the gathering at Azadi Square while indigenously made anti-ballistic missiles, a drone, an anti-submarine cruiser, and other military equipment were on display as part of the event. The Associated Press (AP) and Hill also covered the 44th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
By: M. Sharifi
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