Tabaristan, also known as Tapuria, was the name of the former historic region in the southern coasts of Caspian Sea roughly in the location of the northern and southern slopes of Elburz range in Iran. The region roughly corresponded to the modern Iranian provinces of Mazandaran, Gilan, Golestan, northern Semnan, and a little part of… Read More in Great Tabaristan – The land that used to produce beacons of Knowledge
Imam al-Tabari (Rahimahullah) said, “I am amazed by the one who reads the Qur’an but doesn’t understand it, how can he enjoy its recitation.” Abu Ja’far Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari (Persian: محمد بن جریر طبری, Arabic: أبو جعفر محمد بن جرير بن يزيد الطبري) (224–310 AH; 839–923 AD), was a prominent and influential Persian scholar,… Read More in Ibn Jarir Al-Tabari – The gem of the Sunnis from the lands of Persia
Imam Fakhr Al-Din Al-Razi (the Tehrani) Shafi’i Ash’ari scholar Abu Abdullah (also known as Abu Al-Fadhl) Muhammad ibn Omar ibn Al-Hussein Al-Taymi Al-Bakri Al-Tabaristani Fakhr al-Din al-Razi (Arabic:أبو عبدالله محمد بن عمر بن الحسن بن الحسين بن علي التيمي البكري فخرالدین الرازی ) was a Persian Sunni Muslim scholar (of Taymite Bakrite descent i.e. a… Read More in Imam from Ray (Tehran) – Imam Fakhr Al-Din Al-Razi
This is a detailed treatise divided in 8 sections, illustrating the heretical and Sassanian-Zoroastrian (Majoosi) nature of Twelver Shiism that was propagated by the Safavids and their palace scholar Mullah Baqir Majlisi and their followers to this very day – SonsOfSunnah.com Muhammad Baqir Majlisi (1616–98), also known as Majlisi II (the second) was of Lebanese origin (… Read More in The Majoosi (Zoroastrian) reality of Mullah Baqir Majlisi’s Twelver creed
The great Kurds (sons of Salah Al-Din Al-Ayyubi Al-Kurdi) are the nomads (Badus/Bedouins) of Persia +++ Kurds (Shafi’is) make up the majority Sunni population of Iran (followed by Balochi Hanafis, Turkmen Hanafis and Persian Lari Shafi’is of southern Iran and Khorasani Persian Hanafis), there are over 10 million Kurds in Iran, the absolute majority are… Read More in The Kurds are the nomads (bedouins) of Persia
AL-A’MASH (61-148 AH), from Ray (Tehran), can you imagine? Another gem of Persia, even many Arab scholars are not aware of the lineage of this giant of a man until they read up his full name and nassab/lineage that containts one of the most obvious Persian names, no Arab would ever carry, even if he… Read More in A giant of the Salaf, Al-A’mash from Tehran (Ray)
A map about Arabs and Arabic speakers (including Iran): Out dated Iranian gov. sources (and CIA sources) give a roughly estimate of 1-2 million (2-3% of the entire population). Some extremist Arab groups (particularly Ahwazis) represent the other side of the extreme, claiming there are 10 million Arabs in Iran. The truth seems to be… Read More in The Arabs of Iran – Sunnis or Shias?
AI-Hurmuzan (Hormozan) Captive in the City of Allah’s Messenger [Hormuzan (Middle Persian: Hormazān, Persian: هرمزان) was the satrap of Khuzestan, a noble of Median (i.e. Kurdish) origin. He was later taken as prisoner by the Muslims a tShushtar in 642] Abu Sabrah ibn Abi Rahm sent Al-Hurmuzan with a detachment of his troops to ‘Umar ibn Al-Khattab. When they reached Madinah, they dressed Al-Hurmuzan in… Read More in “And if they asked you about the justice in the lands of the Muslims, say to them, ‘Omar has died.”
1. THE essential Hadith about the coward Majoosi Kafir who stabbed Omar Al-Farooq during the morning prayer Narrated ‘Amr bin Maimun (Sahabi): I saw Omar bin Al-Khattab a few days before he was stabbed in Medina. He was standing with Hudhaifa bin Al-Yaman and Othman bin Hunaif to whom he said, “What have you… Read More in The Sasanian Plot: The Foretold Martyrdom of Umar al-Faruq
Q: Please tell me more on what Abdul-Rahmaan Jami writes about the battle of Siffeen and about Ali (RA) is true in his Shawahid un Nubuwwah ‘I testify there is no God but Allah. I testify that Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah, and I testify that Ali is the Wasi of the Prophet Muhammad‘. Is… Read More in Safavid Shia manipulation and forging of Sunni literature and scholars
Unfortunately many Muslims are not aware of the impressive orthodox-Sunni history of Iran. Many don’t know that Iranians, especially Persians since the arrival of Islam (by the Arab, EHTIOPIAN, ROMAN and PERSIAN companions of the Prophet peace be upon him) to Persia, used to be Muslims (Sunni) and not twelver Shi’ites (Rafidites/Rafidis). In fact the… Read More in Rafidi Twelver Shi’ism – A Saba’ite-Safavid-Sassanid conspiracy forced on Persia
بسم الله و حمد لله والصلاة و السلام على رسول لله اما بعد سابق الفرس إلی الإسلام صحب النبي صلی الله عليه وسلم و خدمه و حدث عنه. According to Bernard Lewis: “[Arab Muslims conquests] have been variously seen in Iran: by some as a blessing, the advent of the true faith, the end of… Read More in The Giants of Persia – The carriers of knowledge (language, Tafsir, Hadith etc)
“Shiraz” (شیراز) was one of the most important centers of knowledge not just in Sunni Persia but in all of the Islamic world, as well as cradle of jurisprudence (Fiqh) and poetry in the history of Iran. Shiraz glimmered like a bright star in the sky of civilization by providing the nation geniuses scholars and… Read More in Shiraz before and after the Safavid onslaught
We’d like to present you a fabulous playlist with many beneficial videos, refuting the common lies of the enemies of Islam, particularly the lies and doubts that are usually being spread by the Iranian nationalists who blame day and night the religion of Islam and Arabs for their miserable lifes. There is a whole series… Read More in Videos & article series refuting the lies of the Anti-Islam nationalists
Lets Examine the Myth of Zoroastrianism being the First Monotheistic religion : Date of Zoroaster: Zoroaster Date :18th Century :10th Century :6th century BCE(Yup A Hundred Years Before Cyrus)(From Wokrs Of Ammianus Marcellinus 6.32, 4th century CE) :James Darmesteter Says its c. 100 BCE There is no evidence of His existence so the Dates among… Read More in Was Zoroastrianism the First Monotheistic Religion?