The Ayatollah Kabob

Albert Alejandro

Introduction

The Iranian revolution is what established the modern Ayatollah regime and overthrew the Pahlavi regime. This was because of rapid urbanization and western style living changes. This was achieved with civil unrest and with mass protest.

Ingredients:

- Angry Iranians

- Fast paced westernization

-1 pound of Pahlavi weakness

- ten pieces of Terrible Shah Rule

- 1/2 cup of Ayatollah's exile

- 1/2 pound of chopped up social injustice

- A small sprinkle if Conservative Islamic Ideology.

Steps

The first step is to anger the people of Iran with rapid changing lifestyles and to westernize the lives of Islamic Conservatives.

The second step is to show the weakness of Pahlavi and introduce people to propaganda of Ayatollah Khomeini.

The third step is to get the poor being oppressed on the side of the Ayatollah.

The fourth step is to evaporate the Pahlavi Government.

The fifth step is to finish off their supporters with a hint of Revolutionary forces.

Bibliography

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