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700 Years History of Baniabbassian and Bastak By Afzal Baniabbassian
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The History of Bastak can be traced back to the Safavids era.When the Safavids under Ismail 1 decided to convert all Iranians from Sunni to Shiite Islam in 1501,they started arranged attacks and... More > massacres against those who refused to convert.As a result,many Sunni left their hometowns for the Zagros mountains.After the Battle of Chaldiran the Safavids lost to the Ottoman Turks and the Sunnis in the south and the coasts of the Gulf descended from the mountains to begin a new life in the land they named 'Bastak'.< Less
Queer Sinister Things: The Hidden History of Iran By Tomas B Phillips
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Phillips delivers a refreshingly honest and deeply compelling narrative of the history of modern Iran. With the feel of a great historical novel, Philips pierces through the ideological biases which... More > have shaped our understanding of the Middle East, Cold War and the Iranian people. On every page we witness the complexity of governing a developing nation torn internally by the demands of “liberal” constitutional republicans, radical Socialists and radical Islamists and externally between the opposing powers of East and West. In Queer Sinister Things, Phillips by-passes the version of events dominant in today’s academic and media circles, relying instead on the stories provided by those who documented developments in and about Iran as they happened. This living history, highly recommended for students, educators, journalists, policy makers and lovers of history everywhere, will forever change your understanding of this ancient land and its people.< Less
Queer Sinister Things: The Hidden History of Iran By Tomas B Phillips
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Phillips delivers a refreshingly honest and deeply compelling narrative of the history of modern Iran. With the feel of a great historical novel, Philips pierces through the ideological biases which... More > have shaped our understanding of the Middle East, Cold War and the Iranian people. On every page we witness the complexity of governing a developing nation torn internally by the demands of “liberal” constitutional republicans, radical Socialists and radical Islamists and externally between the opposing powers of East and West. In Queer Sinister Things, Phillips by-passes the version of events dominant in today’s academic and media circles, relying instead on the stories provided by those who documented developments in and about Iran as they happened. This living history, highly recommended for students, educators, journalists, policy makers and lovers of history everywhere, will forever change your understanding of this ancient land and its people.< Less
Oil History [Volumes I To VII] The War For Global Energy Dominance By Robin Fox
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Reasons Why Rockefeller, Bush, Cheney & The Oil Industry Are Hated By Terrorists, Democrats, & Other Voters Of The Shattered American Dreams /The Recipients Of Oil Grants & Loans,... More > Special Contributions, And Rockefeller Money For Special Interests /WHAT IS THE OIL & PETROLEUM 666 MATRIX? www.lulu.com/spotlight/foxsunstarnews< Less
India Through the Ages: A Popular and Picturesque History of Hindustan By Flora Annie Steel
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India Through the Ages: A Popular and Picturesque History of Hindustan by Flora Annie Steel. A history, above all one which claims to hold no original research, but simply to be a compilation of the... More > work of others, needs no introduction save the compiler's thanks to many who have been consulted. One word, however, may be said regarding the only accent used--the circumflex. This is put always on the tone of stress; that is to say, on the syllable to be accented. Thus Mâlwa, Ambêr, Jeysulmêr, Himâlya, Vizigapatâm. Where no accent appears the syllables are of equal value. Hindustan is derived from the Modern Persian word Hindu. In Old Persian, the region beyond the Indus River was referred to as Hindus, hence Modern Persian Hind, Hindu. This combined with the Iranian suffix-stan results in Hindustan, "land of the Indus". 1st century BCE, the term "Hein-tu" was used by Chinese. Term came into common use under the Mughals who referred to their dominion, centered on Delhi, as 'Hindustan'.< Less
Mojahedin Khalgh of Iran Review By Omid Mehdizadeh
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Mojahedin Khalgh of Iran Review By Omid Mehdizadeh
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Persia. A Historical and Literary Sketch By James Darmesteter
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A brilliant survey of Persia (Iran), her history and literature by the late Professor James Darmesteter. Translated from French by Gushtaspshah Kaikhushro Nariman in 1911. A quote from the book:... More > "If, however, we look closer into Persia, we shall observe that the national element has disappeared more on the surface than from the inferior or the heart and that the country in accepting the foreign yoke, has more transformed its conquerors than has been changed itself, that it has adapted its life and its new faith to its ancestral habits and hereditary traditions, and that it has not been said without reason that for the bulk of the Muslim World Persia is outside of Islam."< Less
Seth: A Tale of Nations By D. L. Bradley
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A fictional first person narrative of the death and birth of nations, told from the perspective of those who lived and created the times, a tale of passion, duty, love, and war told from the vantage... More > of members of an extended family, the Adamsons.< Less
Ashhadu By S. A. M. Shahsavani
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'Ashhadu (I Attest) is a tale of devotion to duty, adventure, and romance. It begins on September 11, 2001, with the attack on the World Trade Center, ending on May 2, 2011, with the execution of... More > Osama Bin-Laden. In the course of his journey, the author brings to light, inter alia, the differences between American history, society, and law and those of Iran and ‘Ash-Shari‘ah ‘Islam (the Canon Law of Islam). The narrator is an Iranian Islamic law judge who had immigrated to the United States with his wife. His tale begins in New York City. Seeking justice for the killing of his wife, once again he finds himself entangled in the chaos of the Middle East. Narrating their previous life together, unfolding his reasons for charging the conspirators under Islamic law with murder and terrorism, and his pursuit of them, he concludes with their apprehension, the sentences he imposes, and their execution, ending in Abbottabad, Pakistan.< Less