Tas country hour 13 september 2013: A week-long festival was held in Tas for young people to relax with free pizza, live music, dancing and a parade

Tas country hour 13 september 2013: A week-long festival was held in Tas for young people to relax with free pizza, live music, dancing and a parade.

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The festival included free pizza and free beer, as well as free food and snacks.

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Tas is the birthplace of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, who was the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

He founded the Islamic Republic of Iran after the country became a republic in 1979, following its discovery by the UK in 1953.

At the time, the British Empire was attempting to contain the Iranian revolution, using terrorism, invasion and propaganda that the British had placed against the country and spread their propaganda around the world.

The United States has always treated Iran unfavourably.

It was a position shared by the British in the 1930s, which led to the creation of the Iran-Contra commission, to investigate and expose these events.

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The Iranian leader Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was also responsible for the kidnapping of American hostage in 1953, but was subsequently forced to resign after his own government was toppled following US-backed coup in 1954.

With the Shah’s death, Ayatollah Khomeini created the Islamic Republic of Iran in 1948.