Saturday, February 02, 2008

Bahrain and Qatar, still parts of Iran

The modern Iran of 21st century that is best known for its Mevlana, Nezami and Ferdowsi as national poets and Persepolis as a ceremonial building, consists of 30 provinces while Guilan, Tehran, Fars, Khorasan (Balkh) and Isfahan are the most important of them.

As a multi-ethnics country, there are several cultural and lingual tribes located in Iran such as Persians, Turks, Afghans, Arabs, Kurds, and the Azeri therefore many sociology researchers say that it has not been observed such an ethnical diversity in any part of the world. Also there are many active religious minorities in Iran such as Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians who perform their special costumes liberally without any restriction.

If you take a look of the former map of Ancient Persia, you can simply discover the greatness and majesty of Iran that even remains until today. All of these small states that own their exclusive government today such as Turkey, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Lebanon, Iraq, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Armenia, Jordan, Syria, Emirates and Kuwait were the common provinces of Iran during the Achaemenidan, Sassanid and Safavid dynasties. Also the borders of Ancient Persia were spread from the western parts of China to the eastern parts of Egypt and it is not an exaggeration if we claim that Iran has been shaping almost the half of world.

Although Iran is ranked as the 14th largest country of the world today, but its largeness and glory has not been lost even after that humiliating treaties between Qajar dynasty and Russia or Britain were been signed.
Perhaps Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman have their own government, president, king and diplomacy today but you can easily find the evident footsteps of Persian culture inside their daily life, language, religion, economy and politics.

At first, the most predominant language in all of these countries is Persian. Secondly, the strongest economical partner of these governments is Iran and if the Tehran headquarters decide to impose sanctions on the neighbor countries for any reason, there will be no doubt that a shaking crisis will occur in the region.

Also a simple search shows that Persian names are being used in a wide range among the people of neighbor countries.
Besides these, using of Persian and Iran-made merchandise is increasing in the Middle Eastern and Asian countries considerably where the people count on Iran as their motherland and former home.

By taking our mind to the clear historical facts and avoid concentrating on the black propaganda of "mercenary media" who try to falsify truth and reality just for the sake of their lords, it will not be difficult to understand that Iran has more than just 30 provinces so we will try to claim the definite rights of our country as soon as possible and make these provinces back to Iran. All of the countries that have common borders with Persian Gulf and Iranian Sea (that is mistakenly being called
Oman Gulf) have a history of less than 200 years and it shows that they were formerly parts of Iran and separated temporarily because of some reasons…

adapted from: Hello Yahoo Mail


Anonymous said...

I always love to read your hypocrtical posts. Since when exactly after the Islamic Revolution, religous minorities enjoy freedom in Iran?

The population of Zoroastrians decreased by half since 1979.

Bahias are discriminated agianst, and they're not allowed many rights. As a matter of fact, Iran detains and persecutes openly Bahai People.

Jews are discriminated against too. Have you heard about the new influx of Persian Jews to Israel?

Christian property in confiscated and churches are closed.

Of course, any religion which is not Christianity, Zoroastrianism, or Judaism bears with her the sword of persecution.

And let's not forget that conversion frolm islam is punishable by death.

You call that "religous frredom"?

You're not fooling anyone. If you wish to be taken seriously, I reccommend you to start telling the truth.

matja said...


My name is Matthias Koch. I`m a nineteen year old student from Switzerland. Two years ago i traveled with my family through iran and we visited teheran, yazd, shiraz, kerman, esfahan and bam. Thats the reason why i`m interested in Iran.
Actually I`m writing on an exposition about the life of young people i iran. Now i woud like to get in touch with young iranish people. I found your blog on the web and thought that would be a good possibility to becom acquainted with the life of young iranis people.