Society of Devotees of the Islamic Revolution
The Society of Devotees of the Islamic Revolution (Persian: جمعیت ایثارگران انقلاب اسلامی, romanized: Jam`iyat-e Isargaran-e Enqelab-e Eslami) is a conservative Iranian political party. It is informally referred to as the Isargaran, a word which connotes altruism in Persian and is associated with other political movements. Many members of the party are veterans of the Iran–Iraq War. It is one of the most powerful and least discussed movements in Iran.
|Secretary-General||Mohammad Javad Ameri|
|Founded||March 1995(Initial activity) |
3 February 1997
|Legalized||26 July 1999|
|Preceded by||Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization|
|Newspaper||Siyaset-e Rooz (unofficial)|
|Ideology||Absolute Guardianship of the Islamic Jurist|
|National affiliation||Front of Transformationalist Principlists|
Coordination Council of Islamic Revolution Forces
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