He is talking about a political revolution, for in Islam traditionally the political is inseparable from the religious. "Top Shia Cleric: Mosques hub of the Islamic Revolution," from the Ahlul Bayt News Agency, February 8 (thanks to Twostellas):
Top Shia cleric in holy city of Qom calls mosques as the birthplace of the Islamic Revolution.
Ayatollah Seyyed Mohammad Ali Alavi Gorgani in a meeting with the committee members of the mosques recommended to recall the memories of the Islamic Revolution and revalue the Islamic Revolution of Iran.
"We have to know where we gained this revolution and when the revolution conquered" said Ayatollah Seyyed Mohammad Ali Alavi Gorgani stressing mosques as the place where the turning points of the revolution happened.
Iranian grand jurisprudent said," Uprising of Imam Hossein (AS) was a blessing for our Islamic Revolution. He also started his uprising from mosques, therefore we all owe the victory of the Islamic Revolution to mosques."
He highlighted the necessity of constant communication with the mosques and said," One of the most important points that people need to be noticed about is to keep close to the mosques because whatever we have is a blessing of the mosques."...