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After consulting his son, Hojjatol-al -Islam Hajj Sayyed Ahmad Khomeini, the Imam decided to migrate to France and on 14 Mehr, he entered Paris and two days later, he was stationed in the house of an Iranian, in Neauphle-le Chateau, a suburb of Paris).

Thus a larger number of people of the world became familiar with the Imam's dynamic ideals and thought and his uprising, and it was from this stage and station that he guided the most critical period of the movement in Iran.

During the four-month stay of Imam Khomeini in Paris, Neauphle-le ChAteau was the most important news center in the world.  Imam Khomeini's various interviews and his visits revealed to the world, his views of Islamic government, and the future aims of his movement.  

In Day 1357/December 1978, Imam Khomeini established the Revolutionary Council.  The Shah fled the country on 26 Day, two days after calling to meeting the Council of Monarchy and obtaining vote of confidence for Bakhtiar’s cabinet.

 News of the Shah's departure delighted the people in Tehran, and then all over the country people poured out in the streets, singing and dancing. General Huyser, Deputy Commander of NATO’s regular meetings with US military advisors and generals of the Shah's army could not help Bakhtiar to suppress the strikes and end the people's uprising.

Imam Khomeini, the leader of Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution, was an influential spiritual and political figure who brought about a sea change not only to Iran but to the rest of the world.

The Shah fled the country on 26 Day, two days after calling to meeting the Council of Monarchy and obtaining vote of confidence for Bakhtiar’s cabinet.

News of the Shah's departure delighted the people in Tehran, and then all over the country people poured out in the streets, singing and dancing.

Imam made a historic return to homeland in February 1979 after spending nearly 15 years in exile.

The victory of Islamic Revolution under wise leadership of Imam Khomeini paved the way of progress and defended rights of oppressed nations such as Palestinians on the world stage.

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