- Firing squad: Imperial Army Generals, Kurds and Baluch.
- Human Rights representative, Marry Robinson complaints.
- A man stoned to death. Iranian Jews are imprisoned.
- A women bleeds to death suspended from a cliff.
- Heads of Islamic Justice review Robinson's complaints.
- A women is stoned to death.
- More people are hanged.
01. General Principles (1-14)
02. Language, Calendar and Flag (15-18)
03. The Rights of the People (19-42)
04. Financial Affairs (43-55)
05. The Rights and the Powers (56-61)
06. The Legislative Power (62-99)
07. Councils (100-106)
08. The Leadership Council (107-112)
09. The Executive Power (113-151)
10. Foreign Policy (152-155)
11. The Judiciary (156-174)
12. Radio and Television (175)
13. Council for National Security (176)
14. The Revision of the Constitution (177)
Constitution Of The Terrorist Islamic Republic Of Iran
In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful We sent aforetime Our apostles with clear signs, and sent down with
them the Book and the Balance that men may uphold justice .... (57:25)
PREAMBLE The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran sets forth the cultural,
social, political, and economic institutions of Iranian society on the
basis of Islamic principles and norms, which represent the earnest aspiration
of the Islamic Ummah. This basic aspiration was made explicit by the very
nature of the great Islamic Revolution of Iran, as well as the course
of the Muslim people's struggle, from its beginning until victory, as
reflected in the decisive and forceful slogans raised by all segments
of the populations. Now, at the threshold of this great victory, our nation,
with all its being, seeks its fulfillment.
The basic characteristic of this revolution, which distinguishes it from
other movements that have taken place in Iran during the past hundred
years, is its ideological and Islamic nature. After
the anti-despotic constitutional movement and the anti-colonialist movement
centered on the nationalization of the oil industry, the Muslim people of
Iran learned from this costly experience that the obvious and fundamental
reason for the failure of those movements was their lack of an ideological
basis. Although the Islamic line of thought and the direction provided by
militant religious leaders played an essential role in the recent movements,
nonetheless, the struggles waged in the course of those movements quickly
fell into stagnation due to departure from genuine Islamic positions.
Thus it was that the awakened conscience of the nation, under the leadership
of the eminent marji' al-taqlid, Ayatollah al-'Uzma Imam Khomeini, came
to perceive the necessity of pursuing an authentically Islamic and ideological
line in its struggles. And this time, the militant 'ulama' of the country,
who had always been in the fore-front of popular movements, together with
the committed writers and intellectuals, found new impetus by following
his leadership. (The beginning of the most recent movement of the Iranian
people is to be put at 1382 of the lunar Islamic calendar, corresponding
to 1341 of the solar Islamic calendar [ 1962 of the Christian calendar]).