The Islamic Revolution that occurred in 1979 in Iran can be seen as a point in contemporary history that rocked the foundations of global arrogance and imperialism. Every year, on the 22nd day of the Iranian month of Bahman, free-thinking people of the world and conscientious enemies of Western and Zionist imperialism celebrate the day an autocratic government with the fifth largest army in the world and a servile puppet of the United States of America and its Zionist stooge was officially overthrown by the people of Iran. It is also the day we commemorate the sacrifices made by the great people of Iran in order to achieve freedom and tear themselves away from 2500 years of monarchy. The celebration of 22nd Bahman reveals something that many in the secular world cannot fathom. First, the sheer popularity of this holy movement that overthrew a despotic American puppet extends beyond the boundaries of Iran. It has been argued by many that the Islamic Revolution was merely a nationalist revolution. This is far from true. The revolution influenced freedom movements all over the world and continues to do so today. The revolution was not just a nationalist Iranian revolution but a global revolution based on the principle of independence and self-sufficiency; a revolution that continues spreading, even after 37 years...