Revolution’s Crises Exhibition in Mashhad

As the representative of the families of Iranian terror victims, Habilian Foundation held its first Revolution’s Crisis Exhibition at the Conference Hall of Islamic Propagation Office of Qom Seminary (IPOQS) in Mashhad.

According to a report by Habilian Foundation website, the exhibition presented over 60 posters about the crises and critical incidents during the Islamic Revolution’s first three decades.

Mehdi Bazargan, Iran’s first Prime Minister after the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Banisadr’s betrayals, Ayatollah Mohammad Kazim Shariatmadari, Toudeh Party of Iran and the abortive Nozheh Coup d'état, Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group, terrorist Furqan group, border unrests, and the role of Imam Khomeini in thwarting the conspiracies, were the main parts of the exhibition.

Other parts of the exhibition were devoted to the 1970s wave of assassinations in Iran, 1979 take-over of the U.S. embassy (Den of Spies), and Operation Eagle Claw (Tabas Event), U.S. failed military mission to rescue American hostages in Iran, narrated by high-profile figures in the Islamic Revolution.

Abdol Hamid Diyalame’s sister who was among the exhibition visitors delivered a short speech on her brother’s efforts in dealing with the hypocrisy during the early years of Islamic Revolution.

“My brother was a Member of Parliament who used his Parliamentary seat to disclose the true faces of Banisadr and Mir Hussein Mousavi,” she said.

Abdul Hamid Diyalame was martyred in 1981 after a bomb went off at the head office of the Islamic Republic Party along with several other high ranking Iranian officials.