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Wednesday, 1 May 2013

History is written by the victors."- Winston Churchill. "History is a set of lies agreed upon."- Napoleon Bonaparte.

In the history of Arabian Peninsula, 450-621 A. D., we find three brothers in Mecca called: Hashim, Motalib and Abdoshams. Hashim and Abdoshams were conjoined twins! Ironically, there was a feud between these two brothers which has continued to present time. It began with Hashim's banishing of Umaya, son to Abdo-shams from Mecca. Moreover, we need to know that Muaviya, grandson to Umaya, was contemporary to the initiator of Islam, his remote cousin. Muaviya, a rich warlord as well as a keen politician, joined the initiator's followers, 628, of course, with a hidden agenda.

During these crucial years, that is, 628-632, the throne of Persian Empire was turned into a baby's cot, nursing consecutively 11 baby kings in 5 years because the Mullahs and the aristocrats of the time believed that as long as the blood of a Sassanid was in the vein of a child, the empire would be magically saved from any danger. Well, the threat was brewing unnoticed in Arabian desert while the entire empire, at home, was in absolute chaos. When the throne was given to a nobody king, after 2 years, the super power of the time, Persian Empire, fell like a baseball, into the hands of the Arab invaders, who were as ruthless as present Al-Qaida and Salafists. The fallen empire never rose from its ashes!

In 639, Umar, the 2nd overall ruler of Islamists and the conqueror of Persia, but assassinated by a Persian, appointed Muaviya as Governor of Syria. Later, Muaviya defeated the Byzantine navy, Eastern Roman Empire under the order of Uthman, the 3rd Islamist overall ruler, who was also assassinated. The ruler was a cousin to Muaviya. Now, Ali, a grand grandson to Hashim who exiled Umaya became the 4th overall ruler of Islamists. Ali issued an executive order to remove Muaviya, a veteran warlord and governor of Syria. Naturally, Muaviya with his hidden agenda, not only decidedly disobeyed the order, but started a war with Ali who was also assassinated in 661, making the total number of assassinated senior overall rulers of Islamists three in a row. Muaviya outlived Ali until 680 and paved the road to seize the overall power of Islamism and passed it to his son and relatives, who gradually eliminated, one by one, all the decedents of the initiator of Islam, numbering 17000, all buried and worshipped in present Persia.

As to the Persians, year 635, A.D., the Battle of Qadisiya, when they were disgracefully defeated by the Arabs, was a turning point, up to present. Defeat after defeat, shattered their personality in an irreparable manner, resulting in various of forms of defense mechanism, namely projection. The trauma is comparable to the disorder seen in a much frightened puppy. In other words, they are timidly indecisive! They are absolutely incapable of any teamwork. And intelligent services are well aware of this weakness.

Of course, it is unfair to underestimate the extensive efforts of thousands of Persians who have so far sacrificed their lives to reclaim their once glorious past. After the big defeat, their king and the aristocrats, as usual, escaped and left the blindfolded public as preys to the Arabs and their cohorts. In the history of their uprisings we have the names of Babak Khorramdin and many more, but all were perished by the Arab rulers. The occupation of Persia by Umayad dynasty lasted 90 years to be followed for 600 years by another Arab dynasty called Abbasids.

It is surprisingly astonishing to learn that it was a Mogul, grandson to Genghis Khan Mogul who could easily topple the grand Arab Dynasty in Baghdad. His name was Halaku Khan-e Mogul in 1258 A.D. without returning sovereignty to the Persians!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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