The epic of 9th of Dey is unique in the history of the revolution

ISNA / Kermanshah In honor of the 9th of Diyar epic, the Kermanshah police commander said: “This popular epic was a strong blow to the mouth of the arrogant and all those who sought to strike at the revolution.”

Sardar Ali Akbar Javidan in the political leadership meeting that was held to commemorate the 9th of Diyar epic and the anniversary of the martyrdom of Haj Qasem Soleimani in Hosseineh Mohammad Rasoolullah (PBUH) of Kermanshah police headquarters, said: January 29th is one of the most lasting days in the history of the revolution. It was formed by the Ashura nation and with the insight of the country.

He continued: “The enemies started their plans to strike at the revolution months before the presidential elections of 1988, and after this event, they intensified their activities by hiring their internal nuts.”

Javidan stated that the pretext of election fraud was a pretext for internal and external counter-revolutionary elements to create insecurity and a dusty atmosphere in the society, adding: “People endured some insults before the actions taken during the day.” Hosseini Ashura ended their patience and endurance.

The police commander of Kermanshah province reminded: after the desecration of Ashura, the blood of the revolutionary nation of Iran boiled and on January 29, they created an epic that was unique in the history of the revolution.

He said: “The epic of 9th of Dey was in fact a strong fist of the Iranian nation on the mouth of its arrogance and arrogance to show the world that they will forever support Velayat-e Faqih and the holy system of the Islamic Republic.”

Javidan stated: The insight of the great nation of Iran, along with the prophetic guidance of the Supreme Leader of the Revolution, took our country out of that dusty atmosphere and the enemies left the scene empty-handed again.

In another part of his speech, the Kermanshah Police Chief referred to the anniversary of the martyrdom of Haj Qasem Soleimani and introduced him as the great commander of Islam, saying: “This high-ranking martyr was a symbol of sincerity, democracy and orbital province.”

He stated that Haj Qassem Soleimani was the beloved of the Iranian nation and all freedom-loving countries, and specified: he never considered himself separate from the people and he was eager to attend and serve wherever he needed help and presence.

Javidan, pointing out that General Haj Qassem Soleimani was a sincere and loyal soldier of the province and the Supreme Leader of the Revolution was particularly interested in him, added: .

The Kermanshah police commander continued: Martyr Soleimani devoted his life to Islam and the revolution, and during the 8 years of holy defense and after that, he made efforts to ensure the security of the people, and finally achieved martyrdom in this holy way.

He added: “Even the martyrdom of Haj Qasim brought many blessings, and the increase of empathy and hatred between the two nations of Iran and Iraq and the rise of arrogance were among these blessings.”

Javidan mentioned Martyr Soleimani as the axis of resistance and said: This axis has no credibility without the name of Haj Qasim, he was a great man of jihad and struggle against arrogance and his name shines on the darkness of resistance forever.

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