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Mosaddegh Sent To Exile In Ahmadabad Again

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August, 4, 1956 A.D.:
Mosaddegh Sent To Exile In Ahmadabad Again

By: Mir M.Hosseini


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.



KEY TERMS:Afghanistan , Ahmadabad , American , British , Iran , Iraq , Middle East , Mohammad Reza Shah , Mosaddegh , Reza Shah , Shah , TP-AJAX , UK , US , USA


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