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Khomeini was an agent for the West
By looking at his photo without a beard, you will notice that he indeed looks
Khomeini's Background & His British Father
With all bets off, the Iranian reformers have now struck at the heart of the
revolution and are insisting on an inquiry into the disappearance of Imam
(Ayatollah) Musa Sadr, some 25-years ago, during a visit to Libya. The
Iranian-born leader of the Lebanese Shia, Imam Musa Sadr, was revered and
respected above all others in the Shia world. He refused to accept Khomeini as
an Ayatollah. With the influence Imam Musa Sadr enjoyed, he became an
insurmountable obstacle to Khomeini’s political plans, and of those who
supported the overthrow of the Shah and needed a despot like Khomeini to be
their cat’s paw.
Imam (Ayatollah) Musa Sadr’s mysterious disappearance in Libya - his body was
never found- opened the way for Khomeini to invade Iran, which accurately
describes the action of a foreigner like Khomeini taking over a country in which
he (Khomeini) was neither born nor had any Persian blood in his veins at all,
paternally or maternally.
one devout Iranian in California speaks of Khomeini reverently as a great man,
similar to Hitler, other less friendly Persians liken him to an invader like
Genghis Khan the Mongol scourge.
The cornerstone and founder of the Islamic Revolution of Iran was Ayatollah
Khomeini and the structure which he put in place. However, there is compelling
evidence that Khomeini was never an Iranian in the first place and had no right
to impose his policies on the Iranian people. Nor was his elevation to the title
of ayatollah anything more than a political, face-saving expediency to prevent
his being hanged for treason in 1964. Considerable effort was made in 1979 to
eradicate evidence of any record of either Khomeini's non-Iranian origins and
the source of his use of the title of Ayatollah.
the first actions which Khomeini took, within hours of his return to Iran after
the Shah left, was to execute two prominent men who were living proof of his
origin and also of his false Ayatollah status. One of these was Gen. Hassan
Pakravan, Head of SAVAK, the Imperial Iranian national intelligence and security
Furthermore he immediately tried to assassinate the highly-respected Ayatollah
Shariatmadari, who, with Ayatollah Golpayegani, had in 1964 granted Khomeini the
false title. They had agreed to allow Khomeini, then literally awaiting death on
charges of treason, to be called an Ayatollah to save his life: it was forbidden
to execute an Ayatollah. This took place in 1964 at the urging of the British
Ambassador to Iran and Gen. Pakravan, when a face-saving legal reason had to be
found not to hang Khomeini for treason. It is known that Pakravan had fought
hard to avoid Khomeinis execution at that time.
Later, when the 1979 assassination attempt failed against Shariatmadari,
Shariatmadari, far higher in the religious hierarchy than Khomeini, was placed,
incommunicado and under house arrest, without the right to preach or receive
visitors other than a handful of close relatives, whose anti-Khomeini statements
could be easily impugned as biased.
Few contest that Khomeini’s mother was a Kashmiri Indian, but even fewer
Iranians or otherwise know his fathers origins or his real name. The late
Iranian Senator Moussavi, who represented Khuzestan Province in Southern Iran,
at the time of the monarchy, knew Khomeini’s father and his four sons well,
looked after their needs, used his influence to obtain their Iranian identity
cards with fictitious dates and places of birth to avoid military service. Sen.
Moussavi died for this help, on Khomeini's personal orders, immediately on
Khomaini return from France after the 1979 coup.
SAVAK chief Gen. Pakravan, the man who saved Khomeini's life in 1964, was taken
that same night onto the roof of his house and shot to death for having compiled
a complete background file on Khomeini. The SAVAK background file still exists,
as a senior SAVAK official, who defected and joined SAVAMA (the clerics
equivalent of the SAVAK) took possession of it. This same man was reportedly
head of SAVAMA in the US for quite some time, and sources indicate that he has
kept the file for a rainy day.
Why did Khomeini return to Iran with such a bloodthirsty mind set? It seems
clear that it was to exact the revenge which he said he would have. Prior to his
return to Iran in 1979, Khomeini openly stated that he would kill as many
Iranians. He considered everyone in Iran guilty in advance as there were hairs
on the head of his son, killed in a car accident, but in his mind killed by
Unable to provide an acceptable paternal background for Khomeini, a story was
concocted to link his paternal heritage to that of his Kashmiri Indian mother
and introduced an Indian-born father (also from Kashmir) but of Iranian
heritage. In fact, no such person existed. But someone with similar and
misleading characteristics certainly did, which could lend credence to this
fiction of an Indian father.
Khomeini’s real father, William Richard Williamson, was born in Bristol,
England, in 1872 of British parents and lineage. This detail is based on
first-hand evidence from a former Iranian employee of the Anglo- Iranian Oil
Company (later known as British Petroleum- BP), who worked with and met the key
players of this saga. This fact was supported by the lack of a denial in 1979 by
Col. Archie Chisholm, a BP political officer and former editor at The Financial
Times, when interviewed on the subject at his home in County Cork, Ireland, by a
The then-78-year old Chisholm stated: I knew Haji [as Williamson was later
known] well; he worked for me. He certainly went native but whether he is
Khomeini’s father I could not say. Would not an outright, ridiculing denial have
been the natural response, were there no truth to the British paternity? From
someone who knew Haji [and thus the truth] well?
Chisholm obviously wished to avoid a statement leading to political controversy
or possible personal retribution in the very year Khomeini took over in Iran.
Nor as a former, experienced political officer himself would he be willing to
drag Britain into the new Middle East conflict. But neither was he prepared to
provide an outright lie instead of his no comment.
How it all happened:
A stocky, handsome, dark-haired Bristol boy, Richard Williamson ran away to sea
at the age of 13 as a cabin boy, on a ship bound for Australia. However, he
jumped ship before he got there. Little is known about him until he showed up,
at the age of 20, in Aden at the Southern end of the Arabian Peninsula in South
Yemen, where he joined the local police force.
His good looks soon had Sultan Fazl bin-Ali, ruler of Lahej, persuading him to
quit the police force to live with him. Richard later left him for another
Sheikh, Yousef Ibrahim, a relative of the Al- Sabah family, which rules Kuwait
A few points should be remembered about the Persian Gulf and Arabian Peninsula
area at that time. Regional countries like Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, Saudi
Arabia and so forth did not exist as sovereign entities and were artificially
created about 70 years ago by the British and French governments when they
partitioned the area. Iran, or Persia as it was called, was soon to be
controlled by Russian Cossacks in the North and the British Army in the South,
although technically it remained an independent monarchy under the largely
absentee Qajar dynasty.
British military presence in Iran was under Lt.-Col. Sykes (later Sir Percy
Sykes), based in Shiraz, but politically controlled by Sir Arnold Wilson in
Khorramshahr (then called Mohammareh) with assistance from E. Elkington in
Masjid-Suleiman and Dr. Young, based in Ahwaz. All three were cities in
Khuzestan Province, which was later represented by Senator Moussavi. Col. T.E.
Lawrence, who gained fame as Lawrence of Arabia, operated out of Basra in
Mesopotamia (Iraq) and Khorramshahr during this same period.
Oilfields, far beyond the technological capability of the Arab tribes (or
Persia) to develop or appreciate as a valuable commodity, were being discovered
and exploited by the British, including via the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company,
formed to siphon off oil from Khuzestan Province in Southern Iran.
Kuwait, on the other side of the Persian Gulf was still not a country at the
time. As the major player in the Middle East oil industry, Britain had to exert
influence and control through its political and oil personnel. Haji Abdullah
Williamson became one of these in 1924 when he joined British Petroleum as
political officer. He retired under that same name in 1937, at the age of 65.
Earlier, in what is now Kuwait, Richard Williamson had very quickly converted to
Islam and adopted the first name of Abdullah. Family names were still unusual
and son of the son of or son of a type of worker or craftsman was still commonly
used to identify people. For 14 years he had lived among the Bedouin tribes on
the Arabian Peninsula and in 1895 and 1898 he went on pilgrimages to Mecca, took
on the rightful title of Haji and took on his first benefactors name of Fazl,
adding Zobeiri to it as a distinguisher. Thus, William Richard Williamson became
known as Haji Abdullah Fazl Zobeiri.
During his service with British Petroleum in the Persian Gulf, Haji Abdullah
took his vacations in Indian Kashmir, to rest from the relentless Gulf heat and
in this timeframe married at least seven times to Arab and Indian women each
under Muslim marriage rituals. He had 13 children of whom seven were boys and
the rest girls with most of the children dying in early childhood. His repeated
Kashmir excursions and Indian wives and use of the name Abdullah Fazl Zobeiri
probably give rise to the Kashmir Indian father misconception.
With dark-haired Haji Abdullah a fanatically devout Muslim, a characteristic he
imposed on his children, this fervent religious attitude and Arab nomenclature
would not normally be an expected combination for a foreigner, especially an
Englishman. He insisted his four surviving sons attend religious school in Najaf
(in Iraq) under the tutelage of Ayatollahs Yazdi (meaning of the city of Yazd)
and Shirazi (of the city of Shiraz). Two of them, Hindizadeh (meaning Indian
born) and Passandideh (meaning pleasing or approved) studied well and eventually
became ayatollahs in their own right.
The third boy, a troublesome young man, failed to make his mark in Najaf and
went to the Iranian holy city of Qom, where he studied under Ayatollah
Boroujerdi. When family names became a requirement by law under His Majesty Reza
Shah, the young man chose the city of his residence, Khomein, as the designator
and took on the name Khomeini (meaning: “from Khomein city”).
The fourth son hated theology and went across the Persian Gulf to Kuwait and
opened up two gas (petrol) stations using the paternal family name of Haji Ali
Williamson, though it is unclear if he ever performed the Haj pilgrimage. This
in itself links Khomeini through that brother with Haji Williamson. Why,
otherwise, would Rouhallah Khomeinis undisputed brother use the Williamson
family name? The patriarch of this brood, Haji Abdullah Fazl Zobeiri (aka Haji
Abdullah Williamson in BP), was thrown out of Iran by Reza Shah along with three
other British political officers for anti-Iranian activity and joined his son in
Kuwait. Here he took on the duties of Oil Distribution for the Anglo-Iranian Oil
With his longstanding contacts in the Arab world and his Muslim religion, he
forced a 50/50 agreement between US oil interests in Kuwait and the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company as well as in 1932 pursuing the exclusive exploration
rights for British Petroleum in Abu Dhabi.
His lack of a formal education forced British Petroleum to send out Archie H. T.
Chisholm (see above), a senior executive, to conclude the Abu Dhabi contract and
together with Haji Abdullah’s political influence they overcame competition from
Major Frank Holmes, Sheikh Hussein and Mohammad Yateen to successfully land the
exclusive contract. Chisholm, as he said, got to know Khomeini’s father well.
Back in Iran again in 1960, Khomeini saw an opportunity to exact revenge for his
father having been thrown out of Iran and to impose his Islamic fundamentalist
philosophy onto an Iran struggling with budget problems, caused mostly by its
oil being in the control of foreign oil companies, which decided not Iran how
much oil the country was allowed to produce and at what price it had to be sold.
With his own and his family's theological background, Khomeni began to foment an
anti-monarchy revolt through the mosques, which by 1964 resulted in imposition
of martial law and finally with his arrest and his being sentenced to death by
hanging. And consequently he was given the life-saving Ayatollah title which he
had not earned.
After formally being exiled to Turkey, Khomeini ended up in Iraq where he wrote
some philosophical and social behavior dissertations which were so bizarre by
religious standards that, where possible, the tracts were bought up and
destroyed by the Iranian Government when he took over in 1979. The most damning
were in Arabic language versions and then later, cleaner versions appeared as
edited translations in Farsi.
Some linguists, who studied his public speeches in 1979 and 1980, concluded his
Farsi vocabulary to be less than 200 words, so not only did he not have Persian
blood, he did not even speak the language. With the number of Iranians who have
died because of him and his successors over the past 25 years going into the
hundreds of thousands, if not well over a million if the death toll from the
eight-year Iran-Iraq war is included, this Anglo-Indian may have had no love or
compassion for Iranians either.
In the Iran Air aircraft flying Khomeini back from France to Tehran in early
1979, with cameras rolling, a journalist asked: What do you feel about returning
to Iran? He replied: Nothing! The question was repeated, and again he replied:
Summary of Khomeini's Background
1964 Ayatollah Shariatmadari and Ayatollah Golpayegani gave Khomeini the title
of Ayatollah. Reportedly, they had done this to save Khomeini's life, as
Khomeini was facing a charge of treason against the Shah. And reportedly it was
the UK ambassador who had urged that Khomeini be saved.
2. Shariatmadari was higher in the religious hierarchy than Khomeini. In 1979,
after Khomeini took over Iran, he placed Shariatmadari under house arrest.
3. Reportedly, Khomeini was not Iranian. He "was neither born (in Iran) nor had
any Persian blood in his veins at all, paternally or maternally." Khomeini's
mother was a Kashmiri Indian. Reportedly, a story was invented that Khomeini had
a Kashmiri Indian father with Iranian origins. The Iranian Senator Moussavi knew
Khomeini's real father. Reportedly Khomeini had Moussavi killed.
4. Reportedly, Khomeini's real father, was William Richard Williamson, born in
Bristol, England, in 1872 of British parents and lineage. A witness to this was
a former Iranian employee of the Anglo- Iranian Oil Company (later BP), who knew
the Khomeini family. In 1979, when Col. Archie Chisholm, a BP political officer
and former editor at The Financial Times, was asked about this, he neither
confirmed nor denied the story.
William Richard Williamson's biography was written in the early 1950s, by
Stanton Hope, a British Journalist and writer who had met Williamson in his home
near Basra in the late 1940s. The book title is: Arabian Adventurer: the Story
of Haji Williamson
5. Reportedly, Richard Williamson, at the age of 20, was working in South Yemen
in the local police force.
"His good looks soon had Sultan Fazl bin-Ali, ruler of Lahej, persuading him to
quit the police force to live with him. Richard later left him for another
Sheikh, Yousef Ibrahim, a relative of the Al- Sabah family, which rules Kuwait
6. In Iran at this time, the British were exploiting the oilfields. Williamson,
now a Muslim, joined British Petroleum as political officer. He called himself
Haji Abdullah Fazl Zobeiri.
7. Williamson took holidays in Kashmir and married at least seven times to Arab
and Indian women. His sons attended religious schools. Reportedly, one son went
to the Iranian holy city of Qom and took the name Khomeini.
8. In the early 1960s, Khomeini began to plot against the Shah. In 1964 Khomeini
was sentenced to death. By becoming an Ayatollah, his life was saved.
9. Reportedly, in 1979, Khomeini was flown from France to Iran, with the help of
the British Intelligence Service, MI6. He took over Iran.
In 1979, Imam (Ayatollah) Mussa Sadr disappeared during a visit to Libya. Imam
Mussa Sadr was the Iranian-born leader of the Lebanese Shia and he "was revered
and respected above all others in the Shia world."
Why was the Shah of Iran toppled by the CIA and MI6?
The mainstream media would like us to believe that the Shah was overthrown by
People Power and that the CIA and MI6 were taken by surprise. However, there is
evidence that the CIA and MI6 toppled the Shah because he had become too much of
a nationalist, like Egypt’s President Jamal Abdul-Naser, and was not following
instructions on oil or even opium.
The CIA did not want left-wing democrats taking over from the Shah as they might
not be easy to control. So, reportedly, the CIA allowed the Ayatollahs to take
Radio Free Iran claimed that while at Qom, the Ayatollah Khomeini received a
"monthly stipend from the British, and he is in constant contact with his
masters, the British."
On 19 January 1980, the International Herald Tribune reported that the Shah had
said, two years before he was overthrown, that he had heard from two different
sources connected with oil companies that the regime in Iran would change.
‘We believe that there was a plan to ensure less oil was offered to the world
markets in order to bring down the price (of oil). One country was to be chosen
for the sacrifice... It seems that the country chosen to drop its oil production
was mine’ said the Shah.
According to the Guardian: “Shah- Oil Companies Helped to Oust Him”
The Shah's nationalist policies were making him more popular in Iran and making
his country more independent and more powerful. This worried the CIA and MI6.
1. The Shah bought land from the upper classes and, along with the crown's own
land, sold it back cheaply to tenant farmers. Over one and a half million people
became land owners, thus ending the old feudal system.
2. The Shah allowed women the right to vote. He brought an end to the wearing of
3. He developed plans for a $90 billion nuclear power program.
4. The Shah signed petroleum agreements with ENI, the Italian oil company.
5. He began to close down the opium industry. This had been created during the
days of British influence.
intelligence officer, Dr John Coleman, considers opium to be of prime importance
in the toppling of the Shah (Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee
of 300 - 6). Dr Coleman is sometimes described as being a conspiracy theorist.
Coleman believes that the U.S. government toppled the Shah of Iran. He writes:
Why was the Shah deposed...?
In a word, because of DRUGS. The Shah had clamped down and virtually put an end
to the immensely lucrative opium trade being conducted out of Iran by the
British. At the time that the Shah took over in Iran, there were already one
million opium/heroin addicts.
This the British would not tolerate, so they sent the United States to do their
dirty work for them in terms of the “special relationship” between the two
When Khomeini took over the U.S. Embassy in Teheran, arms sales by the United
States, which had begun with the Shah, were not discontinued...
After 1984, Khomeini’s liberal attitude toward opium had increased the number of
addicts to 2 million, according to United Nations and World Health Organization
Both President Carter and his successor, Ronald Reagan, willingly and with full
knowledge of what was at stake, went on supplying arms to Iran even while
American hostages languished in captivity...
The arms trade with Iran was sealed at a meeting between Cyrus Vance... and Dr.
Hashemi, which resulted in the U.S. Air Force beginning an immediate airlift of
arms to Iran, carried on even at the height of the hostage crisis the arms came
from U.S. Army stockpiles in Germany and some were even flown directly from the
United States with re-fuelling stops at the Azores.
This is The Real Story of Khomaini
which the Iranian Regime hides from whole world.