- 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.
The Price the Nation Paid After slightly more than a year of continuous and unrelenting struggle,
the sapling of the Revolution,
Islamic Justice: Firing squad
watered by the blood of more than 60,000 martyrs and 100,000 wounded
and disabled, not to mention billions of tumans' worth of property damage,
came to bear fruit amidst the cries of "Independence! Freedom! Islamic
government!" This great movement, which attained victory through reliance
upon faith, unity, and the decisiveness of its leadership at every critical
and sensitive juncture, as well as the self-sacrificing spirit of the
people, succeeded in upsetting all the calculations of imperialism and
destroying all its connections and institutions, thereby opening a new
chapter in the history of all-embracing popular revolutions of the world.
Bahman 21 and 22, 1357 [February 12 and 13, 1979] witnessed the collapse
of the monarchical regime; domestic tyranny and foreign domination, both
of which were based upon it, were shattered. This great success proved
to be the vanguard of Islamic government - a long-cherished desire of
the Muslim people - and brought with it the glad tidings of final victory.
Unanimously, and with the participation of the maraji' al-taqlid, the
'ulama' of Islam, and the leadership, the Iranian people declared their
final and firm decision, in the referendum on the Islamic Republic, to
bring about a new political system, that of the Islamic Republic. A 98.2%
majority of the people voted for this system. The Constitution of the
Islamic Republic of Iran, setting forth as it does the political, social,
cultural, and economic institutions and their relations that are to exist
in society, must now provide for the consolidation of the foundations
of Islamic government, and propose the plan of a new system of government
to be erected on the ruins of the previous taghuti order.