Iranian President Hassan Rouhani reiterated that large turnout of Iranian nation in the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution show that Iranians has to be talked to with ‘language of respect’.
"Iranian nation with their large turnout are declaring to the world that the Iranian nation has to be talked to with the language of respect and dignity,” Rouhani told reporters in the anniversary on Friday.
He said that the Iranian nation once again showed the world that the revolution is alive and is moving towards its excellent goals.
Rouhani noted that massive presence of Iranians in this year’s anniversary is sending a special message. "This presence is a response to mistaken remarks of new leaders of the White House. The Iranian nation is telling the world that they should be talked to with language and respect and dignity and not with language of bullying and threat.”
In their millions, Iranians have filled the streets countrywide to relive the day 38 years
ago when the nation’s hard-fought Islamic Revolution against the former US-backed regime became victorious.
On Friday morning, people from all walks of life started out the commemoration rallies in different cities and towns across Iran to celebrate the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
On, February 11, 1979, the Iranian nation’s struggles and protests against the tyrannous monarchial Pahlavi regime came to fruition under the leadership of Imam Khomeini, the religious and spiritual leader who is known as the "great architect of the Islamic Republic.”
Senior officials are also joining the marches in Tehran.