Basirat exhibition at northeastern city of Jajarm

Habilian Association held a 7-day long Basirat exhibition at Jajarm. The exhibition included some 140 posters with contents on critical events during the past three decades after the Islamic Revolution’s victory. Deviated Hojjatieh Society and Baha’i cult were also reviewed during the event.

The opening ceremony of the exhibition was arranged with the presence of Jajarm’s Friday Prayers’ Imam and local authorities. Jajarm people and the city's university students were also present at the opening ceremony.

Bazargan’s transitional government, the ones left behind of the revolution train, Imam khomeini’s attitude towards the transitional government, Banisadr’s fall, the result of violating law and Islam, a detailed review on Nowjeh coup from the beginning up to its suppression, the necessity of cultural revolution and correction of the educational system’s contents, cultural revolution’s achievements, Forqan terrorist grouplet and the people martyred by Forqan were among the most important topics covered during the event.

Deviated Hojjatieh Society's history, terrorist Mujahedin e-khalq organization (MKO,MEK,NCRI), MKO after the victory of Islamic Revolution, MKO’s relations with Saddam and the reasons why the Iraqi imposed war on Iran was continued after Khorramshahr was freed, were other issues discussed in the exhibition.

A review on Baha'i founders' beliefs, Baha'i ties with the Pahlavi regime, their connection to the UK and Israel, the cult's services to western intelligence, ethical and intellectual deviations of Baha'is, and their recruitment methods were also among the topics covered during the event.

An exclusive part was also considered for the students to watch related films in the exhibition.

At the end, some Habilian products were provided to the visitors.

 


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