Many Muslims misconstrued the Khomeini revolution as a glimmer of hope for the Muslim ummah. Further, a great number of Islamic organisations rivalled each other in supporting the Iranian revolution with its leaders preaching the love of Khomeini. This book, in a concise and comprehensive manner, exposes the skeletons in the closet of Khomeini that the Shia try so hard to hide. It also gives one a glimpse into the Iranian revolution and the official stance adopted by the Shia state. This is effectively a primer for lengthier works of this kind.
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