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    تروریسم در ایران


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    (Wikipedia) - Numerous civilians, including women, children, government officials, activists, secular intellectuals and clerics have been victims of terrorism, or violence against noncombatants, over the course of modern Iranian history. Several Iranian prime ministers, president, ministers were assassinated by militant groups during the 20th century. Some notable victims are Prime Ministers Haj-Ali Razmara, Mohammad Javad Bahonar, Shapour Bakhtiar, Amir-Abbas Hoveida, Abdolhossein Hazhir and Haj Ali Razmara; President Mohammad Ali Rajai; Head of Judiciary Mohammad Beheshti; Chief Commander of the Army Ali Sayad Shirazi; and Minister of Labor Dariush Forouhar. Cinema Rex Fire and 1998 Serial Murders of Dissident Intellectuals are among most notable act of terrorism in Iran. There was a handful of Iranians among the thousands of victims of September 11, 2001 attacks. Iranian Behnaz Mozakka was among the victims of 7 July 2005 London bombings. hildren, government officials, activists, secular intellectuals and clerics have been victims of terrorism, or violence against noncombatants, over the course of modern Iranian history.Several Iranian prime ministers, president, ministers were assassinated by militant groups during the 20th century. Some notable victims are Prime Ministers Haj-Ali Razmara, Mohammad Javad Bahonar, Shapour Bakhtiar, Amir-Abbas Hoveida, Abdolhossein Hazhir and Haj Ali Razmara; President Mohammad Ali Rajai; Head of Judiciary Mohammad Beheshti; Chief Commander of the Army Ali Sayad Shirazi; and Minister of Labor Dariush Forouhar.Cinema Rex Fire and 1998 Serial Murders of Dissident Intellectuals are among most notable act of terrorism in Iran. There was a handful of Iranians among the thousands of victims of September 11, 2001 attacks. Iranian Behnaz Mozakka was among the victims of 7 July 2005 London bombings.Shah Mohammad Khan Qajar was assassinated in 1797 in the city of Shusha, the capital of Karabakh khanate, after about 16 years in power. While Mohammad Khan Qajar's assassination might be called part of the ancient practice of palace intrigue, or motivated simply fear and/or revenge, the May 1, 1896 killing of Shah Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar conforms more closely to the modern phenomenon of terrorism as a tool of a political movement. Nasser al-Din was shot and killed by Mirza Reza Kermani, a follower of Jamal al-Din al-Afghani, an early promoter of modern Pan-Islamism. Al-Afghani is reported to have said of the assassination, “surely it was a good deed to kill this bloodthirsty tyrant.” Fadayan-e Islam was an Islamic fundamentalist secret society founded in Iran in 1946, by "a charismatic theology student" named Navab Safavi. Safavi sought to "purify Islam" in Iran by ridding it of `corrupting individuals` by means of carefully planned assassinations of certain leading intellectual and political figures. Some of its targets in the late 1940s and early 1950s included secularist author Ahmad

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