Iran: Tehran celebrates 'Ten-Day Dawn' ahead of Islamic Revolution's 41st anniv.

Thousands including religious and military figures attended a ceremony in the Mausoleum of the first supreme leader of Iran Ruhollah Khomeini to mark the beginning of the celebrations marking the 41st anniversary of the victory of Islamic Revolution, in Tehran on Saturday. Chants of «Death to the US, Death to the UK, and Death to Israel» echoed in the gilded halls of the Mausoleum of the late... Еще founder of the Islamic Republic whose return from exile on February 1, 1979, later culminated in the so-called victory of the Republic on February 11. Iranian Tehran provisional Friday Prayers Leader Mohammad Javad Haj Ali Akbari addressed the audience in the ceremony decrying the new deal of the century that is the Middle East peace plan put forth by the US President Donald. «Our ideal is the elimination of the illegitimate regime of Zionism from the map of the world and this is what our Imam [Khomeini] determined for us and our nation,» said Ali Akbari. Each year in Iran, the Islamic Revolution is commemorated from February 1 to February 11, a period known as 'Ten-Day Dawn.' **RESTRICTIONS: NO Access Israel Media/Persian Language TV Stations Outside Iran/Strictly No Access BBC Persian/VOA Persian/Manoto-1 TV/Iran International**

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