Iran has witnessed several movements and riots to achieve freedom, independence, justice and progress between the Constitutional Revolution and the emerging of Reza Khan. Those movements, which were born along a desire to gain Constitution eventually lost steam. Ultimately, Reza Khan, posing to be a unique savior, appeared and buried the weak body of the constitution movements. This article surveys one of the freedom-seeking movements during the years of the emerging of Reza Khan during the Constitution revolution - that is Khiabani's uprising. A cardinal part of this article is devoted to Khiabani's thoughts, based on his speeches during the uprising of the year 1882. Khiabani's and other freedom-seekers' thought the connstitution made Reza Khan as an Aanti-Constitution symbol an attempt to destroy the move with a false slogan of Iran's liberation.