04 Jun 2021

Biography of Imam Khomeini from birth to death

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Biography of Imam Khomeini from birth to death

Ruhollah al-Musawiyyah al-Khomeini was born on the twentieth day of Jamadi al-Thani, the day of Kowsar, the birth of Fatemeh Zahra (PBUH) in 1321 AH / 1281 AH, in a family of people of knowledge, struggle, piety and emigration.

At the age of five months, his father, Agha Mostafa, was martyred by local miscreants for supporting the oppressed. Ruhollah was raised in the arms of a kind mother (Lady Hajar) and under the care of compassionate aunts (Sahebe Khanum) and pious midwives (Nana Khavar), and at the same time received basic training in riding, rifle and shooting.
Ruhollah's childhood and adolescence coincided with the political and social crises in Iran. From the very beginning of his life, he was familiar with the suffering of the people and the problems of the society, and he expressed his influence by drawing lines in the form of paintings, defending and defending in the trenches with his family and others Carat was turning.
Some of the influential events of this period, such as the bombing of the parliament, are reflected in the paintings and calligraphy exercises of his childhood and adolescence and are available. It is one of the poems in the notebook of adolescence (9-10 years old) entitled: Where is the zeal of Islam and the national movement addressed to the Iranian nation:
O Iranians, Iran in Blast Darius's kingdom is under Nicholas
It can be cited as the first political statement of Ruhollah's adolescence, and his mental concern for state affairs can be understood. Ruhollah's inclinations towards heroes and fighters are such that in the Jungle Movement, he collected speeches and composed poems describing Mirza, collected public donations to support the Jungle Movement, and finally decided to join the Jungle Movement himself. And at one point he travels to the forest and sees Mirza's base up close.
Education of the Spirit of God:
Ruhollah, using his extraordinary talent, quickly went through various fields of science. In addition to jurisprudence, principles and philosophy, he studied mysticism at the highest level with the prominent professors of that time in Khomeini, Arak and Qom, and for 6 years he had an extraordinary leap. Qom was considered.

After studying Islamic sciences in Khomeini, Mam Khomeini went to Arak and from there to Qom to complete his education and began teaching philosophical sciences at the age of 27. As the oppressive actions of the Pahlavi government intensified, he also criticized the regime and then fought by raising awareness among the Muslim people of Iran.
Imam Khomeini's stubborn stance against the capitulation bill in 1964 caused the Shah's regime to deport him to Turkey and then to Najaf. The deportation of Imam Khomeini not only did not stop the movement of the Islamic Revolution, but as it is mentioned in his biography, Imam Khomeini in exile also enlightened the people about the betrayals and crimes of the regime. The Islamic Revolution of Iran won.
Following the victory of the revolution, Imam Khomeini invited the people to participate in the elections of the Islamic Republic of Iran and established this system with 98% of the people. After the victory of the revolution, Imam Khomeini led the affairs of the country and in the turmoil of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization, the successive assassinations of prominent figures of the revolution and the imposed war, tried to solve problems intelligently and increase public awareness. He contracted heart disease in 1979 and came to Tehran from Qom on the orders of a doctor and remained in Tehran until his death (1989) at the age of 81.
Translated and compiled by: Faeghe .Ebrahimpour

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