Khamenei refutes deviation of Iran's Islamic Revolution
Azerbaijan , Baku, August11 /Trend/
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged that Iran's Islamic Revolution continue without deviation, the official website of the Iranian supreme leader (Leader.ir) reported.
The Islamic Revolution Leader Khamenei told a large group of Iranian students Wednesday evening that students are the future decision makers of the country and that they are responsible for keeping and perfecting the path of the Islamic Revolution.
Khamenei, in the meeting elaborating the fate of world revolutions, added that "The great revolution of the Iranian nation took shape with specific objectives and as a historical exception. The original objectives and values of the revolution have still been sought by the Iranian youth."
"This straight and bright path has been kept for 32 years without any deviation. The highly fresh reality is the real meaning of stability and perseverance of the revolution", he added.
Pointing to the deviation of other world revolutions during the past few centuries, and their eventual fate, Ayatollah Khamenei said, "The Great Revolution of France was a sample of major world popular revolutions that took shape against the imperial system of the time, but it deviated from its initial objectives gradually. Eventually the imperialist system took charge in France again."
"The Soviet Revolution is another example that had ideological foundations, but deviated from its initial objectives in its early years. People were eliminated from political equations and the revolution's objectives", the IR Leader said.