MAHAJJAH 2

December 2, 2022

Conclusion

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Conclusion   In conclusion, we draw the attention of all thinkers, religious individuals, intellectuals, politicians, and policy makers to not be duped by hyper focusing on Shia politics any more than Shia thought. Shia thought is a far greater threat and is the bridge to Shia politics. The Shia thought is an ideology that is politically charged to subvert any leadership of the […]
December 2, 2022

Advice to all the Ahlus Sunnah

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Advice to all the Ahlus Sunnah   Ignorance to the Shia creed, their Safavid Dynasty, and its atrocities throughout the Muslim world is something held in common by most of the scholars, preachers, intellectuals, and politicians. If you want evidence for my claim of ignorance, ask anyone you will, “What do you know of the Safavid Dynasty?” and you will hardly find a […]
December 2, 2022

Why the Safavid Dynasty?

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Why the Safavid Dynasty?   Perhaps one may ask, Iran has been ruled by a myriad of dynasties. The Anshariyyah, the Qajariyyah, the Bahlawiyyah, the Zindiyyah, and others; all Shia dynasties. Why single out and discuss the Safavid Dynasty? Is the focal point Iran as a hostile state to Iraq, or is the Iranian Shia? In other words, is the focus, a religious […]
December 2, 2022

Epilogue

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Epilogue   This was the Safavid Dynasty which lasted about 240 years from 907 AH to 1148 AH. The very first Shia Imamiyyah Dynasty. By this I mean, a meaningful and large dynasty unlike those lesser ones like the Musha’shi’iyyin (Musha’sha’) at Hoveyzeh which existed between the years 789 AH and 1117 AH, or the Sarbadariyyah at Khorasan between the years 738 AH […]
December 2, 2022

The Safavid Dynasty in the East (Afghanistan)

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   The Safavid Dynasty in the East (Afghanistan)   The Safavids captured Kandahar in the south of Afghanistan in the year 947 AH. The Sunni Uzbeks, however, recaptured it. Then the Mongols of India captured it in the year 1021 AH and subsequently handed it over to the Safavids in the year 1038 AH. The Safavids were eventually able to occupy the entire Afghanistan […]