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Tomb of Firuzan (Abu-lolo) in Kashan Destroyed - (Read 2,342 Times)
 
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Post Icon Posted: Jul 1st, 2007 at 09:20 pm

http://www.cais-soas.com/News/2007/June2007/28-06.htm

Once more the AOG (Arab Occupied Government) of Iran is out to destroy all traces of our nationalism and sense of national pride. What better then than to destroy the tomb of the slayer of one of the biggest Iranian haters all times?

Mohammad-Ali E. from Isfahan



LONDON, (CAIS) -- The tomb of Firuzan commonly known as Emāmādeh Abu-lolo (or Abu Lulu) in Kashahn, Isfahan province is being destroyed by the order of the Islamic Regime.



A large crowd of Iranians have gathered outside the governor's office on Tuesday, June 26th, to voice their objection regarding the destruction of the Iranian heritage, and a shrine which was one of the symbols of Iranian resistance against the Arab invaders in 7th century CE, and to some, a Shia and a revered Sufi.



Umar al-Khattab, the second Moslem Caliph was put to death by Firuzan in 645 CE. It is said that Firuzan was a POW captured after the fall of Ctesiphon in what is today known as Iraq, and sold as a slave. A parvenu Arab leader called Mughira ibn Shu’ba bought him and took him to Medina in Arabia for slavery work.



Most probably Firuzan was a Zoroastrian (by some accounts he was a priest), as the majority of Iranian were at the time of Arab occupation of Iran in 7th century.



“His [Firuzan] action was in response to atrocities that were committed by Arab-Muslim invaders in Iran, which resulted in massacre, rape, looting of our country – we Iranians never forgot nor forgive their crimes against us”, said one of the protestors.



Some Arab, as well as committed Muslim historians, in order to undermine Firuzan’s bravery and heroism have claimed (ultimately all derived from Ibn Shihab account) that he murdered Umar after an argument over the tax levy.



During the Safavid era and the rise of Shia Islam to power, the dynasty named him Bābā Shojā ul-Din (the one who is brave in the cause of religion) and claimed that he was a devout Shia and a martyr.



Another angry protester said: "they say he is not buried here - or some say he wasn't Muslim at all - so what? - as far as we concern this edifice represents him, our faith and resistance against the uncivilised invaders" - and another one added: "if Abu Lolo was an Arab, they would have erect a golden dome on top of his shrine, rather than destroying it - but no, no - they destroy his shrine, just because he was an Iranian - a noble Iranian - this is an insult to Iranian nation".



Mohammad Salim Al'awa, the Secretary-General of the International Union for Muslim Scholars (IUMS), who believes God have "created women for pregnancy and childbirth" purposes speaking to Al-Arabiat New-agency said: "the request for its destruction was delivered to Iran by a group of Arab representatives a few months ago, after the Doha assembly at the beginning of the year. At the assembly a large number of Sunni scholars asked Iran for the destruction of the tomb".



"Imagine the Germans asking Britain to destroy the graves of the brains behind the British plan to kill Hitler [Operation. Foxley] during WWII, sine it is considered an insult to Protestants - would the British accept that? - the murder of Omar by Firuz[an] wasn't to do with religion, it was simply removing a despot and a tyrant from the face of the earth - as the British wanted to do the same with Hitler", said N. one of the protestors outside the governor's office in Kashan.



Firuzan mausoleum located on the road from Kashan to Fins, constructed in an eleventh century distinctive Persian-Khwarezmian dynastic architectural style, consisted of a courtyard, porch and conical dome decorated with turquoise coloured tiles, and painted ceilings. The Original date of it's construction is unknown, but in second-half of fourteen century it was fully restored and a new tombstone was placed over his grave.





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Post Icon Posted: Jul 1st, 2007 at 11:56 pm

WOW I don't even know what to say this so fuckin pisses me off...

And how the fuck are the dumbasses who say Piruz Nahāvandi was a Shia? Shiaism didn't even fully exist at the time that he asassinated Omar Ibn Al-Khattab!
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Post Icon Posted: Jul 2nd, 2007 at 03:54 am

This makes me so fucking mad I just had an anal evacuation? What is there to be said, though? It shows that we need to stand up against this "government" which is nothing more than a bully, trying to push back the Iranian history that we as Iranians are proud to relate to.

Fuck...
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Post Icon Posted: Jul 11th, 2007 at 06:49 am

This is truly saddening and angering at the same time.

Although, keep this in mind fellow Iranians: Nothing is more important in the world than preserving what you are; your race, your ethnic heritage, your culture (and your spirit, inside of you)... When you do that, you'll be able to revive the greatness of the Persian empires. You already know this, but it's worth repeating regardless.

During WWII the Allied maniacs bombed a lot of German structures, cultural heritage and Germans (mostly civilians) themselves. Yet, Germany hasn't been some third world country ever since, even though it's thoroughly degenerated and anti-German by leadership and institutions, [regardless. of that] it goes to show that a capable people is capable of restoring its greatness at any given moment.

Why am I saying this? Because I know what you're up against, we in Europe also see a cultural deterioration that's similar to yours. Perpetrated by the other Semites, the ones that regard themselves ‘chosen’...

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Post Icon Posted: Jul 11th, 2007 at 07:48 am

Jul 11th, 2007 at 06:49 am, - wrote:
This is truly saddening and angering at the same time.

Although, keep this in mind fellow Iranians: Nothing is more important in the world than preserving what you are; your race, your ethnic heritage, your culture (and your spirit, inside of you)... When you do that, you'll be able to revive the greatness of the Persian empires. You already know this, but it's worth repeating regardless.

During WWII the Allied maniacs bombed a lot of German structures, cultural heritage and Germans (mostly civilians) themselves. Yet, Germany hasn't been some third world country ever since, even though it's thoroughly degenerated and anti-German by leadership and institutions, [regardless. of that] it goes to show that a capable people is capable of restoring its greatness at any given moment.

Why am I saying this? Because I know what you're up against, we in Europe also see a cultural deterioration that's similar to yours. Perpetrated by the other Semites, the ones that regard themselves ‘chosen’...


This is indeed terrible news, I hope the Islamic Republic refrains from doing this in the future, and maybe his tomb can be restored after the fall of the Islamic Republic.
The government of the Iranic-Aryan homeland is clearly occupied by not ethnic Persians or other Iranics but by Semitic invaders.
The problem is, that the cultural degeneration of Europe is less overt and obvious than that of Iran and Persian culture, the Islamic Republic makes no secret of their aims while the "European" governments are far more insidious and conniving.

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Post Icon Posted: Jul 12th, 2007 at 07:27 pm

Trust me, the cultural degradation, deterioration, perversion, degeneration and destruction is as bad if not worse here in Europe (or should I say, Jewrope).

We boast the full spectrum of Semites - both Jew & Arab - as well as Berbers, negroids and Turk[ic]s. At least Irān is Jew, Berber and negroid free. Same could be said about Tājikẹstān.

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Post Icon Posted: Jul 13th, 2007 at 03:47 pm

Jul 12th, 2007 at 07:27 pm, - wrote:
Trust me, the cultural degradation, deterioration, perversion, degeneration and destruction is as bad if not worse here in Europe (or should I say, Jewrope).

We boast the full spectrum of Semites - both Jew & Arab - as well as Berbers, negroids and Turk[ic]s. At least Irān is Jew, Berber and negroid free. Same could be said about Tājikestān.


I hope that Europeans will be able to maintain their brilliant cultures throughout these tumultuous times despite the significant control of their economic, political, media , military and intellectual spheres by the rich and powerful "Neo-Conservatives" and the degenration of their cultures by the "Neo-Conservatives". I understand that these powerful agents in Tel-Aviv, Paris, and control the diffusion of intellectual and economic capital on an international level.
No sizable Semitic and virtually no Negroid populations exist in Tājikestān. However,
Tajikestan is by no means Turkic free; the Uzbeks and Kyrgiz make up 20% of the Population and we are bordered by hostile Turkic and Mongol states.

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Post Icon Posted: Oct 14th, 2009 at 05:26 am

is he not the basis for haji firuz?

These beasts don't deserve to touch Iranian soil
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