As the leader of the Islamic movement of the Iranian nation, Imam Khomeini (RA) had a strategy. Many leaders lack any strategy in their campaigns. As a result, their decisions become tiresome gradually. It creates ambiguity and undermines the people’s confidence. After the 15th of Khordad Uprising, Imam Khomeini (RA) defined the strategy of his movement as toppling the Shah’s regime and establishing the Islamic state. He formulated his stance and his campaign approaches based on this strategy, too. Imam Khomeini (RA) believed that the leadership of the movement should have a strategy. He argued that the leadership of the movement should adopt mottos and missions that are totally reflecting popular demands.