Four decades of Resistance in Iran against global arrogance
Iran-America relations were once famous. But as they turned sour over 40 years ago, the non-relations became as famous and has stuck till today.
The turning point was Iran’s Islamic Revolution of 1979. But the western superpower, America, and the west Asian regional power, Iran, were never friends on an equal standing.
Iranians remember no less than 60 years of bi-lateral underlying enmity, beginning with US interference and bullying.
For Washington the loss of influence due to the 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran was hard to swallow and caused a knee jerk reaction.
One effort to break away from allegiance to the US was revolutionary and signified by events on the same date, November 4th, in three separate instances, in 3 separate years.
November the 4th, or Aban the 13th according to the Iranian calendar, is known as Student’s Day and is commemorated each year.