On Wednesday, January 20, a group of ambassadors visited different parts of the "Martyr Soleimani Panorama" Museum.
Mohammad Amin Tavakolizadeh, Deputy of Social and Cultural Affairs, and Abdolmotehar Mohammadkhani, Head of the Communications and International Affairs Center of the Municipality of Tehran, were also present during the visit.
Mohammad Amin Tavakolizadeh, Deputy of Social and Cultural Affairs of Tehran Municipality, while conveying the welcome message of the Mayor of Tehran to the ambassadors and cultural advisors of foreign countries visiting the Museum of the Islamic Revolution and the Resistance, said: Museums have an important role in exchanging culture. One of the important identities of Iran is the identity of resistance, which is rooted in Islamic thought that our national and religious heroes passed down from generation to generation. Courage and heroism are among the characteristics of Iranians and self-sacrifice and devotion are the characteristics of Islamic rituals.
Deputy of Social and Cultural Affairs, added: "Many of our honors today are due to the fear of the Ahl al-Bayt, especially Imam Hussein, from whom we learned to fight oppression and fight criminals to the point that we sacrificed lives of our children." Sacrifice to prevent oppression, and the thoughts and ideas of Sardar Soleimani are born of this movement.
Tavakolizadeh continued: "The school and thought of Martyr Soleimani is not limited to the circle of Islam and Muslims, and he became a pioneer for humanity and other nations, and this is one of the important professions of the Islamic Revolution." We are glad that this culture exists in other nations and we can stand together against global oppression and state terrorism.