The Iranian History 1956 AD

 


Mosaddegh Sent To Exile In Ahmadabad Again

Aug, 4, 1956 AD

Mosaddegh Laughing with Harry Truman while holding replica of an oil well.Near the end of his three years prison term, Mohammad Reza Shah's military junta decided to transfer Dr. Mosaddegh to the Ahmadabad village. Mosaddegh's government was toppled after a USA-UK backed coup code named Operation TP-AJAX.
The reason behind this heneous decision which was not endoresed by any judicial authority was the great fear from Mosaddegh's charismatic figure that changed the history of Iran. Only 16 days to his prison term, Mosaddegh was forced to stay in Ahmadabad until his death in 1967. His body was buried in a small roon inside his house. This village remained under heavy surveillence until the fall of the dictator in 1979.
50 years later, the colonial school of though is behind occupation of Iraq, Afghanistan and puppet regimes in the Middle East. The real cost for the American and British public is going to be very high as history repeats. (Updated: Aug, 12, 2008)





Foundation Of SAVAK

Sep, 19, 1956 AD

Americans playing golf, view of Tehran's Hilton Hotel built on the outskirts of Alborz mountains; photo from Life MagazineA draft on foundation of SAVAK which was approved at the cabinet of ministers, was presented to the parliament for for ratification. SAVAK soon became a dreadful secret service that got involved in many dark activities. Before foundation of SAVAK, intelligence and information gathering activities were described within the police department as well as a special unit in the army. The military junta headed by General Zahedi insisted on creation of SAVAK as a tool to suppress civil political activities in Iran.
SAVAK had close ties with CIA, MI6 and MOSSAD and it's secret activities included keeping files for famous personalities, even state officials sometimes with false accusations to be able to use against them just in case. This was one of the reasons people hated SAVAK.
After the 1979 revolution, SAVAK was dissolved but rumors indicated that most of the personel were employed in a new organization called SAVAMA. Currently, because of lack of transparency there us no reliable information on such activities inside ministries, universities, and other foundations apart from the fact that these mafia-like dark people are only referred to as civil-suits nowadays. (Updated: Dec, 9, 2008)





Population Of Iran 1956

Nov, 13, 1956 AD

Queen Soraya of Iran Ostankino Palace Russia 1956Final results from a population count that takes place every 10 years :Accordingly Iran's population is 19 million while Tehran's inhabitants are 1,531,000.
Population count was performed since the Achaemenid era for agricultural and taxing purposes. After introduction of Islam to Iran, it was used to determine the number of different religion followers for collection of a tax called Jaziyah from non-Muslims. In Qajar era, city gate-keepers mostly performed the task. In 1862, population count in Tehran was conducted scientifically in 55 days by Abdolghaffar Najmoddoleh, the math teacher at Darolfonoon school, according to the results, Tehran had 155,736 residents, 147,256 of which were civilians and the rest (8,480) were soldiers.
After foundation of Civil Registration Office Founded in 1918, due to the need for more statistical data, the Ministry of Internal Affairs was given the task and the first related law passed the Majlis in 1939 after which a count took place on June, 23, 1939 in Kashan. Population count took place on Sep, 27, 1940 in Tabriz before Mashhad, Kerman, Shiraz, Ardebil, Yazd, Isfahan, Hamedan, Rasht and Kermanshah. The experience in smaller cities provided knowledge and tools for a count in Tehran on March, 1, 1941. The results showed that Tehran had 540,087 residents at the time. (Updated: Dec, 14, 2012)





English-Persian Glossary
  • Abdolghaffar Najmoddoleh : عبدالغقار نجم الدوله
  • Mohammad Reza Shah : محمدرضا شاه(Mohammadreza Shah) شاهنشاه،آريامهر،پهلوي Media_Files
  • Population of Iran : جمعيت ايران
  • Operation TP-Ajax : عمليات آژاکس(کودتاي 28 مرداد) 1953 Coup against Mosaddegh
  • Middle East : خاورميانه
  • Darolfonoon : دارالفنون Media_Files
  • Afghanistan : افغانستان Media_Files
  • Achaemenid : هخامنشي Media_Files
  • Kermanshah : کرمانشاه(Bakhtaran) باختران Media_Files
  • Mosaddegh : مصدق(Mossaddegh, Mosaddeq) دکتر محمد مصدق،مصدق السلطنه Media_Files
  • Ahmadabad : احمدآباد روستاي احمدآباد Media_Files
  • Reza Shah : رضا شاه(Sardar Sepah, Reza Gholdor) رضا خان Media_Files
  • American : آمريكائي‌ ينگه‌ دنيائي‌ Media_Files
  • Ardebil : اردبيل(Ardabil) آرتاويل
  • TP-AJAX : تي پي آژاکس(Operation Ajax) Media_Files
  • Mashhad : مشهد(Mashad) Media_Files
  • Jaziyah : جزيه(Jezyah,Jeziyeh)
  • Isfahan : اصفهان(Esfahan, Sepahan,Esparan) اسپه دانه، اسپهان Media_Files
  • Hamedan : همدان(Ecbatana,Hamadan) هکمتانه Media_Files
  • British : انگليسي Media_Files
  • Kerman : کرمان(Carmania, Kermania) Media_Files
  • Zahedi : زاهدي Media_Files
  • Tehran : تهران(Teheran, Tahran) طهران Media_Files
  • Shiraz : شيراز تيرازيس Media_Files
  • Tabriz : تبريز(Tebriz) Media_Files
  • Kashan : کاشان Media_Files
  • SAVAMA : ساواما
  • MOSSAD : موساد
  • Majlis : مجلس(Majles) Media_Files
  • Qajar : قاجار(Ghajar) قجر Media_Files
  • Islam : ‌اسلام Media_Files
  • Rasht : رشت Media_Files
  • SAVAK : ساواک سازمان اطلاعات و امنيت کشور Media_Files
  • Yazd : يزد Media_Files
  • Iraq : عراق(Al Aragh) Media_Files
  • Iran : ايران Media_Files
  • Shah : شاه پادشاه‌ Media_Files
  • USA : ايالات متحده امريکا(United States of America, US, U.S.A.) Media_Files
  • MI6 : ام آي 6
  • CIA : سيا(C.I.A.) Media_Files
  • UK : انگليس(United Kingdom,The Old Fox) Media_Files

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