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One of the most important documents for the study of the goals and ideals of a revolution, among different documents of revolutions, is the messages and speechs of revolutionary leaders and ideologues. The aim of this paper is to study the goals of the Islamic revolution by content analysis of Imam Khomeini's speeches. In order to achieve this aim , 774 sentence of Saahifea - Noor (volumes 2-15: October 1977 - September 1981) were sampled and analyzed. Results show that from the viewpoint of Imam Khomeini, the most important goal was, cultural revival and reconstruction of Islam. The next most important goal was a political ones i.e. the downfall of Pahlavi regime and the constirueion of Islamic Republic. Furthermore , the comparision between Imam's viewpoints and the slogans ot the Islamic Revolution, analyzed by Panahi, shows that there good agreement among them. answered the questions. Having received the responses, statistical calculations were made by applying QUANAL Computer Software. The three types of interviewees (namely the professors, the journalists settled in Iran and the journalists living abroad) were divided into two categories; then the correlation coefficient between them was calculated in order to determine the degree of correlation between every interviewee with other interviewees. There were also calculated the weight amounts of interviewssa in Types 1 and 2, and Standard Grades (Z Scores) thereof using the given weight amounts. Finally, having analyzed the data, it was established that the interviewees primarily agree with Social Responsibility and Liberal Systems and that they oppose Authoritarian and Communist Media Systems. This is understood from the fact that that they have shown tendency towards enjoyment of liberal and non-governmental conditions. To put it another way, the desirable Media System for Afghanistan, according to 45 interviewees who filled in the questionnaire constituting the subject meatter of this research, is a combination of Social Responsibility and Liberal Systems and this result confirms the hypothesis of this research.