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August, 07

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August, 7, 614 B.C.:
Iranians Conquer Assyria

After Khashtrita's death in 625 B.C., his son Hoakhtar became king of Iran. Ashur Banipal of Assyria who had destroyed Elam died in 633 B.C and his son Etil Ilani was king for 4 years until Sinshum Lishir toppled him with the help of Nabo Pulassar, the Lydian king who became ruler of Babylon. Sinshu... Read Full Article:


August, 7, 490 B.C.:
Persians Land At Marathon

Dariush had sent two of his generals Artaphernes and Datis on an expedition to add the Aegean islands to the empire and thus preventing Ionians which had revolted in 499 from contacting their Greek motherland. Naxos was added to the empire and the Persian army seized Delos almost immediately and on ... Read Full Article:


August, 7, 1979 A.D.:
International Qods Day Initiative

On Aug, 7, 1979, Imam Khomeini invited the Muslims around the globe to march in solidarity with Palestinians on the last Friday of Ramazan. Khomeini declared the liberation of Jerusalem a religious duty to all Muslims.Khomeini was quoted: Quds Day is an international day, it is not a day devoted to... Read Full Article:

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