Wednesday, July 02, 2008




evilislam said...

Babake Khoramdin
Iranian National Hero

Babak Khoramdin is considered as one of the most heroic freedom
fighters of Iran who initiated the Khoramdinan movement. It was a
freedom fighting movement aimed to overthrow the Tazi Arab Caliph
occupiers and at the time rulers of Iran.

Babak Khoramdin was born in the 8th century in Balal Abad region of
Azarbaijan (Northwest of Iran), close to the city of Ardabil. His
father died when he was in his teens and the responsibility of his 2
brothers and mother fell on his shoulders. By age 18, Babak had
already established himself in the city of Tabriz, and was engaged in
the arms trade and industry. His engagement in businesses gave him the
opportunity to travel throughout the Central Asia and Eastern Europe.

In the 8th century Iran was under the rule of Tazi Arabs Caliphs and
hence unrest and resistance was growing in all the Iranian provinces.
Many Iranians started revolts in different regions of the country in
order to regain their freedom. This in turn, forced the Arab Caliphs
to use more violence against the Iranian population in order to keep
the country under control. Moreover, Azarbaijan which was at the time
the only region in the country that Iranians were resisting Tazi Arab
occupation was constantly under the ravage of Bani Abbas (the Arab
Caliph) to expand Islam further North. During this time, Azarbaijan
defended itself through the leadership of Javanshir, who was in
control of Azarbaijan at the time. Witnessing all this pressure being
exerted on the people, Babak joined the "Khuramiyan (Khoramdinan)"
movement in what later became known as "Ghaleye Babak" meaning "Babak
fortress", located in the mountains of Qaradag.

Babak's knowledge of history, geography, and the latest battle tactics
strengthened his position as a favorite candidate for commander during
the early wars against the Tazi Arab occupiers. After a number of
victories against the Tazi Arabs, Javanshir became severely injured
and passed away, hence Babak took over the movement's leadership. One
of the most dramatic periods in the history of Iran was set under
Babak's leadership between 816-837. During these most crucial years,
they not only fought against the Caliphate, but also against Tazi Arab
barbaric behaviors and customs. Eventually, Babak, his wife, and his
warriors were forced to leave Ghaleye Babak after 23 years of constant
campaigns. He was eventually betrayed by an officer under his command
named Afshin and was handed over to the Abbasid Caliph.

During Babak's execution, the Caliph's henchmen first cut off his
legs and hands in order to convey the most devastating message to his
followers. Legend has it that Babak bravely rinsed his face with the
drained blood pouring out of his cuts, thus depriving the Caliph and
the rest of the Abbasid army from seeing his pale face, a result of
the heavy loss of blood.

There are many speculations about the origin of Babak. No matter what
region of Iran he was from, he was a true Iranian freedom fighter.

Babak's sensational and legendary campaign to defend Iran's national
identity and interest is still pursued after nearly 1200 years in
Southern Azerbaijan every year on his birthday. Every year in July,
Iranian pilgrims visit Babak's fortress to hail their Iranian hero,
Babak, as the symbol of Iranian resistance against Tazi Arab
occupiers. The pilgrims read poetry including Shahnameh (the Book of
Kings - Iran's most famous epic by Ferdowsi) and play traditional
Persian music. They also light up bonfires to follow traditional
rituals of ancient Iran.
Dorood to Babak Khoramdin, a true Iranian hero!
Take the path few have the courage to take!

14 Centuries of Occupation and Destruction by Mullah Taziz must come
to end this year!

It is time for Iranians to unite and free Iran
Time for Iranian to be true Iranian!
evil islam was never welcomed in iran

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