What caused the Iranian Revolution?

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The cause of the Iranian revolution was due to several issues. The common issues included financial crisis, rebellion from peasants an well as being defeated at war. It was mainly a rejection of Shah's policies.
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1. Shah of Iran was a dictator, he lived just for himself and didn't care about the will of people (specially their religion and poor life ) killed Thousands of them and jailed everybody
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The Iranian Revolution was caused by many things, the major cause of which was the people of Iran's determination to no longer be ruled by a corrupt and excessively brutal dictator
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There were a lot of different reasons for the French revolution. One of the main factors that led to it was the abuse of power of the ruling aristocrats.
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