مركز وثائق الثورة الإسلامية

Editorial

Seven Decades After the Consolidation of Iran's Oil in the Consortium

September 19, 1954, Ali Amini, Minister of Finance of the Zahedi Government, signed the text of the agreement with the International Oil Consortium. The contract was signed by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi on October 29, 1954, and the next day the first oil tanker belonging to a consortium of Western countries was loaded in Abadan, and a new era of foreign countries domination of Iran's economic resources and looting of great national wealth by the United States began. After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, Iranian oil was officially nationalized, but it was still the first and main point of contention between Iran and the United States. But during this period, the Islamic Republic not only mastered the mechanism of circumventing sanctions and making them ineffective, but also showed a brilliant record in implementing regional and supra-regional sanctions policies.
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A brief look at the positions and activities of Mohammad Ali Foroughi

A brief look at the positions and activities of Mohammad Ali Foroughi

On May 12, 1930, Mohammad Ali Foroughi, the then Minister of Economy of Iran, became the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran. Foroughi was one of the prominent members of Freemasonry and one of the first and most effective elements of the Western cultural invasion against Iran in the Pahlavi era.