Monday, 17 October, 2011

Some expressive photos of Tabas incident

Tabas incident, occurred in Tabas desert on April 24, 1980, is a memorable day in the history of Islamic Republic of Iran. In this incident that represents the wrath of God against the enemies of Iran and Islam, American forces couldn’t endure sand storm as an expression of Divine occult relief, and suffered another fiasco



Ayatollah Mohammad Sadiq Khalkhali is inspecting the Dollars obtained from American soldiers in Tabas incident at the presence of some army officers


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