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The History of relations between Iranians and the Arabs before the emerging of Islam was the relation among Iranian and Mesopotamian which were rather from different race than Arab. By emerge of Islam many of these people converted both their religion and language to Islam and Arabic and got the identity of Arabs (of Arabia peninsula), while Iranian were different; they accepted Islam but they reject severely the Arabic language and Arabs identity. With the arrival of Islam Iranians were at the end of the period in which we are witness of the collapse of Sassanid Empire which due to the corruption of last kings and queens and intervention of religious persons in the affair of the state was inevitable. During Abbasid period the first Iranian territory governments formed by Iranian nobles; Dynasties such as Tahirids, Saffarid, Samanids, Albuids, Ghaznavids, Seljuks, Kharazmids and ... however many of them, except Saffarid, were just symbols of the Caliphate with Iranian origin in Iranian territory. All of them. however were against the mixing the Iranian identity with Arab’s one which is very important because many of them were not even Iranian, but they ruled under the name of Iran and preserved Iranian identities. In other words, they stopped penetration of Arabism in Iran, while they were deep believers in Islam. Even one could say that it was Iranicized Islam that went to the Indian subcontinent, Central Asia, Asia Minor, the Caucasus, and to penetrate the walls of China and Southeast Asia by Iranian merchants. Essentially starting point for Iran and the Arabs back to the early decades of Islam; when the second caliph, in particular, and other successors of the Prophet were taking charge of discrimination against non-Arab Muslims. This discriminatory behavior, especially during the third Caliph and after him by the Umayyad Caliphs did spread to Iran and other non-Arab territories and made the wall of distrust between Arab and non-Arab Muslim, especially Iranians. Continuation of the Abbasid and Umayyad Islamic behavior increased this distrust. At last the new situation in which the Safavid dynasty after one thousand years of the fall of the Sassanian, an Iranian State emerged, while the Arabs had no independent identity under Ottoman rule but the rivalries and challenges in front of Arab-Iranians continued on other fronts under Ottoman rule. This book is in 119543 words.
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Ahmad Shahvary, son of Ali (1896-1953), son of Morad Sultan Hamedani (1840-1911), was born on March 28 1945, in Tehran, Iran. His Mother was Hayat Sultan Bayat (1904-1980), daughter of Agha Mirza Bayat. He got his B.A. in Economics in 1970 and his Master in Political Science in 1974, and his MBA in 2005. He served as a career diplomat from 1976 to 2003, when he retired. Education: B.A. in Economics, National University of Iran, Tehran (1970) M. Sc. in Political Science, Social and Political Faculty, Tehran, Iran (1974) M. A. in Business Administration, Sejong-Syracuse Joint Program, Sejong University, Seoul, South Korea (2005) Military Service: In 1970-1971, he Performed his military as Lieutenant in Supply Department of then 2nd Army in Iran. Professions: 1970-1971 Performance of Military Duties. 1973-1974 Economic Expert of the Kampsax Consulting Inc., Iran-Denmark Joint Venture Entity. 1974 M & O Expert in Organization of Administrative Affairs and Recruitment of Iran, a State Organization. 1975-2003 In 1975 he joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran and served in the ministry and abroad: As 2nd Secretary in London, from 1979-1982; As 2nd Counselor in Brussels, from 1989 to 1992; As 1st Counselor in Mumbai, India, from 1997 to 2000; As 1st Counselor in Dhaka, in 2001 Skills: His main profession is research and preparing analytic reports on financial, social, historic, economic, and Iran’s literature subjects. His main profession is research and preparing analytic reports on financial, social, historic, economic, and Iran’s literature subjects. Some of his literary works: -Decline of Sassanid Empire. Tehran. 2005. 158 pages. 39128 words. -Description of the word “Pir” in Hafiz’s Ghazals. 2007. -From Assumption to the Reality: History of the Iran--United States Relations; Sept. 1811—March 2007. 2007. -Khwaja Hafiz Shirazi and Sufism. Tehran. 2005. -Rubaiyat of Umar / Omar Khayyam (Text in English; Rubais in English and Farsi). Tehran. 2005.76 -Similarities in the World Outlook of Khwaja Hafiz and Umar Khayyam. Tehran. 2000. -the History of Parthian Empire. Tehran. 2008. -World Outlook of Hakim Abul Qasim Ferdowsi. Mumbai. 2010. -World Outlook of Rumi. Seoul. 2005. -World Outlook of Umar / Omar Khayyam Nishabouri, 2nd Edition. Tehran. 2006. - Aaein-i Shahriyari dar Sokhan va Soroud-i Sa’di. Doctrine of Kingcraft in Poem and Prose of Sa’di. Tehran. 2006. For other literary works please search for Ahmad Shahvary by any search engine.
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