The Islamic Revolution of Iran was won on February 22, 1979, and the revolutionary people took control of the state administration.
Nearly 10 days after Bakhtiar's prime minister, the Shah withdrew from the kingdom on January 26, 1975.
The escape of Shah was the first step on the way to victory. People were able to escape the harsh ravens of the time that had been hijacked and forcibly dominated by their 37 years. The joy of the people was obvious after hearing the news of the escape of the king, and the memory of that day will never be forgotten from the mind of the nation.
Eventually, on the morning of February 11, 1979, the leader of the revolution appeared on the steps of the plane.
Many Iranians thought of the Shah - if not a puppet - owed to a Western non-Muslim state (United States), whose culture infected Iranian culture. The Shah's regime was repressive, cruel, corrupt and frustrated; it also suffered from functional disabilities - an over-ambitious economic plan that brought bottlenecks and economic and inflationary shortcomings.