Tuesday, 10 December, 2019

How the global media narrates Islamic revolution anniversary celebration

People all over the Islamic Republic of Iran participated in rallies on Thursday to celebrate the 37th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution‘s victory.

The rallies were held in cities and towns across the country to commemorate the victory of the Islamic Revolution.

In the capital, Tehran, millions of people were present in the demonstrations to remember February 11, 1979 and the sacrifices made during the Revolution.

Iranian officials, including President Hassan Rouhani and Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani, also joined the Thursday rallies.

More than 450 foreign guests from 28 countries, including scientific, political, and influential figures from the European, African, Asian, and American countries have travelled to Iran to witness the event.

Over 5200 cameramen and journalists from Iran and other countries cover the massive rallies.

The nationwide rallies mark the victory of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, led by late Imam Khomeini, which put an end to the monarchical rule of the US-backed Pahlavi regime.

On February 11, 1979, the monarchy of the Pahlavi regime in Iran was overthrown after months of public unrest and protest.

Here are some narratives by the global media about Islamic revolution anniversary celebrations around Iran:

Euronews: Iran marks 37 years since the Islamic Revolution 

Iranians have begun nationwide celebrations to commemorate the 37th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution.

State television has aired footage of rallies in Tehran, as well as other cities and towns across the country.

eURONEWS


NBCnews: Iran Marks Revolution With ‘Death to America’ Chants

Tens of thousands of Iranians marched in Tehran’s Azadi Square Thursday, chanting “Death to America and Israel” and waving anti-Western placards on the 37th anniversary of the country’s 1979 Islamic revolution.

NBCnews


ABCnews: Iranians Rally to Celebrate Anniversary of 1979 Revolution

Iranians started nationwide celebrations Thursday to commemorate the anniversary of the 1979 revolution that ousted a pro-Western monarchy and brought Islamists to power.

State television aired footage of rallies in Tehran and other cities and towns across the country, many of them in frigid winter weather conditions.

ABCnews


The times of Israel: Iranians take missile selfies, deride US to mark revolution

Iranians waved “Death to America” banners and took selfies with a ballistic missile Thursday as they marked 37 years since the Islamic revolution, weeks after Iran finalized a nuclear deal with world powers.

Times of Israel

 


Business Insider: Iranians rally to celebrate anniversary of 1979 revolution

Iranians held nationwide celebrations Thursday to commemorate the anniversary of the 1979 revolution that ousted a pro-Western monarchy and brought Islamists to power, with some making a point of taunting the U.S. despite Iran’s landmark nuclear deal with world powers.

Business Insider


Daily Mail: Banners and selfies as Iranians mark revolution anniversary

Iranians waved “Death to America” banners and took selfies with a ballistic missile Thursday as they marked 37 years since the Islamic revolution, weeks after Iran finalised a nuclear deal with world powers.

In the capital, hundreds of thousands converged on the historic Azadi (Freedom) Square, where President Hassan Rouhani was set to make a speech.

Daily Mail


Fox News: Iranians rally to celebrate anniversary of 1979 revolution

Iranians started nationwide celebrations Thursday to commemorate the anniversary of the 1979 revolution that ousted a pro-Western monarchy and brought Islamists to power.

State television aired footage of rallies in Tehran and other cities and towns across the country, many of them in frigid winter weather conditions.

The demonstrators chanted traditional slogans against the U.S. and Israel, and the streets in many cities were decorated with anti-U.S. and anti-Israeli banners and posters.

Fox news


fair to share...Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestShare on Google+Share on LinkedInPrint this pageEmail this to someone

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*