January 3, 2016 Comments Off on ‘Omar Al-Farouq honoured Persians and brought Islam to their lands
Every Persian (including Tajik-Persians of Afghanistan/Khorassan and Tajikistan) Muslim should thank Allah for the day He sent ‘Omar Ibn Al-Khattab to bring Islam to the lands of Persia (modern day Iran, Persian/Khorassani parts of Pashtun land/Afghanistan, Persian parts of modern day Uzbekistan such as Bokhara, Samarqand etc.)
If it wasn’t for the mercy of Allah who sent Omar Ibn Al-Khattab, then Persians …
January 9, 2015 Comments Off on The Perso-Arabic script – A beauty & honour for Persia
After Muslim conquest of Persia (currently known as Iran), Persians adopted Arabic alphabet for Farsi language by modifying it. They added 4 new letters to 28 letters in Arabic alphabet and thus, the new Persian alphabet -based on Arabic letters- was introduced as 32 letters. Arabic hence served the Persian since even before the arrival of Islam, the Persians used to write in script that also originated from a semite nation, namely the Arameans. The Middle Persian script developed from the Aramaic script and became the official script of the Sassanian empire (224-651 AD). It changed little during the time it was in use, but around the 5th century AD, it spawned a number of new scripts, including the Psalter and Avestan scripts. Essentially there is no “pure” Persian script, hence adopting Arabic (just like Aramaic script in the past) was not forced upon Persians nor did it strip them of their identity (as Anti-Islam bigot and Iranian chauvinists usually claim to tarnish the image of Islam).
May 24, 2014 § 1 Comment
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 his silk garments with gold ornaments and his ruby-inlaid crown so that ‘Umar could see him in this form. They did not find ‘Umar in his house but inquired and learned he was in the mosque.
When the group entered the mosque with Al-Hurmuzan, they found ‘Umar in a nook lying asleep on his burnoose with his stick in his hand. On seeing this, Al-Hurmuzan wondered aloud, “Where is ‘Umar?”
The Muslims pointed at him and said, “Here he is.”
Al-Hurmuzan was astonished. “Where are his guards and chamberlains?” Still unable to believe, he added, “He must be a prophet.”
They said, “No, but he lives like the prophets.”
March 19, 2014 § 2 Comments
Chahārshanbe Suri (Persian: چهارشنبه سوری) is a fire jumping festival, celebrated in Iran. It is the celebration of ancient fire worshippers (although in fairness,some Zoroastrian Priest themselves vehemently reject this practice!). Loosely translated as Wednesday Light, from the word sur which means light in Persian,or more plausibly, consider sur to be a variant of sorkh (red) and take it to refer either to the fire itself or to the ruddiness (sorkhi), meaning good health or ripeness, supposedly obtained by jumping over it is an ancient Iranian festival dating back to at least 1700 BCE of the early Zoroastrian era. Also called the Festival of Fire, it is a prelude to Nowrooz, which marks the arrival of spring. As for Nowrooz then it is sanctified in the heretical Twelver Shi’ite sect as one of the greatest day of mankind (!), they have fabricated a number of narrations and their top scholars – amongst the dead and living – all approve Nowrooz and declare it holy:
August 18, 2012 Comments Off on Pan-Iranism – AN EPIC FAIL
The late Shah was one of the strongest advocaters of Pan-Iranism, a concept that totally failed, because of the deep racist nationalism amongst the Persian elite (who make up hardly more than 49% of the population of Iran) and the majority of Iranic people like the Baloch, Pashtun, Tajiks etc. who are proud Sunni Muslims. Apparently they call to the unity of all Iranic people, this includes the Kurds, Baloch etc. yet these groups during the Shah’s and even worse in the Shia Safawi reign are one of the most oppressed and deprived people inside the Iranian state. And then there are the Arabs of Iran who could be described with no exaggeration as one of the most deprived and oppressed people of Iran, they can smell the oil being carried from their soil to Tehran (most of Iran’s oil is based on soil where Arabs make up the majority!), yet they are literally completely deprived of it.
In fact the Iranian nationists went to such extremes to deprive …
April 12, 2012 Comments Off on Iranian Ex-Shi’ite & Zionist Pastor Safa – From paganism to paganism
December 4, 2011 Comments Off on سخنرانی های اندیشمندان ایران