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  1. The Būyid state was then at its peak; it engaged in public works, building hospitals and the Band-e amīr (Emir’s Dam) across the Kūr River near Shīrāz; it had relations with the Sāmānids, Ḥamdānids, Byzantines, and Fāṭimids; it patronized artists, notably the poets al-Mutanabbī and Ferdowsī. The Shīʿī nature of the state was manifest in the inauguration of popular and passionate observance of Shīʿī festivals and the encouragement of pilgrimages to the holy places of an-Najaf and Karbalāʾ in Iraq.
  2. The Buyids rarely attempted to enforce a particular religious view upon their subjects except when in matters where it would be politically expedient. The Sunni Abbasids retained the caliphate but were deprived of all secular power.[49] In addition, in order to prevent tensions between the Shia and the Sunnis from spreading to government agencies, the Buyid amirs occasionally appointed Christians to high offices instead of Muslims from either sect.[50]
  3. The Buyid dynasty, or the Buyids (Persian: آل بویه‎ Âl-e Buye; also known as Buwaihids, Bowayhids, Buyahids, or Buyyids), was a Shia Iranian dynasty[7] of Daylamite origin.[8] Coupled with the rise of other Iranian dynasties in the region, the approximate century of Buyid rule represents the period in Iranian history sometimes called the 'Iranian Intermezzo' since, after the Muslim conquest of Persia, it was an interlude between the rule of the Abbasid Caliphate and the Seljuk Empire.[9] Buyid Dynasty آل بویه al-e Buye 934–1062[1] The Buyid dynasty in 970 Capital Shiraz (Buyids of Fars, 934–1062) Ray (Buyids of Jibal, 943–1029) Baghdad (Buyids of Iraq, 945–1055) Common languages Arabic (official and court language; lingua franca)[2] Middle Persian (secondary court language)[2] Persian (popular)[3] Daylami (native) Religion Shia Islam[4] (also Sunni, Mu'tazila Islam, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, Judaism) Government Hereditary monarchy Emir/Shahanshah • 934–949 Imad al-Dawla • 1048–1062 Abu Mansur Fulad Sutun Historical era Middle Ages • Established 934 • Imad al-Dawla proclaimed himself "Emir" 934 • Adud al-Dawla becomes the supreme ruler of the Buyid dynasty 979 • Disestablished 1062[1] Area 980 est.[5][6] 1,600,000 km2 (620,000 sq mi) Preceded by Succeeded by Samanid Empire Ziyarids Banu Ilyas Ghaznavids Great Seljuq Empire Kakuyids Uqaylid dynasty Marwanids Shabankara
  4. Qajars were the worst iranian rulers during the history. As to your question, i personally dont admire any king and believe that most of the kings (iranian or non-iranian) were unjust and cruel but in my opinion, among the dynasties who ruled Persia, Al-e Buyeh, Al-e Ziyar and Zandiyeh were the best ones.
  5. Salam My mother is a doctor and works in the hospital a few days a week but i dont know if there are any covid patients in their hospital. A distant relative who was a doctor and probabely was in contact with covid patients died of corona and his wife who is a doctor too, suffers from corona and currently she is in the hospital.
  6. https://www.feedthechildren.org/our-work/around-the-world/haiti/
  7. My sister in-law recovered from corona and today, after staying in the hospital for a few days, she returned home.
  8. I have spent my whole life in Tehran and I rarely see people smoking. At least, it is not common among those who have been around me.
  9. That microbic man must be punished multiple times; one for making the gate of the shrine unclean; one for direspecting Imam by showing that disgusting behaviour; one for defaming Shias and one for making people feel sick and disgusted.
  10. Salam People who go for ziyarah, put not only their own lives but those of others as well, at risk and this is haq-al naas (حق الناس).
  11. Are children who were born sick or the Prophets/ Imams who experienced sickness (for example, Imam Sajjad (a)) were sinful?!
  12. Ayatollah Shobeiri Zanjaani was put in quarantine after his office manager, Mojtaba Fazeli, died of corona.
  13. The majority of labs don’t have necessary kits needed for testing for corona.
  14. Describing Ayatollah Khamenei: پیشــــــــــوای تمـــام دانــایـــی رهبــــــری با وقـــــار می بینم متصــف بر صفــات سلطانیســت لیـــک درویــش وار می بینـم رهنمــــا و امـــام هفت اقلیــم نــــام او را شعــار می بینـــم همچــو مولا جلال الــدین مولا شمس تبریــــز وار می بـینـــم بندگــــــان جناب حضـــرت او* سر بســــر تاجــــدار می بینـم * گوهر شب چــراغ بهر کمــــال آن دُرِ شـــاهــــوار می بینــــم هرکجا رو نهـــد به فضـــل الاه دشمنـــش خاکسـارمی بینــم* بــا کرامــــات و جامـــع آداب آصــــف روزگـــــار می بینـم تا چهل سال ای برادر من دوره ی شهریــــــار می بینــم*
  15. Islamic Revolution: جنگ و آشـــوب و فتنه ی بسیار نام او زشـت و خـوار*می بینـم * محمد رضا پهلوی، تنها شاهی است که مردم ایران، مستقیماً او را مورد خطاب قرار داده و مرگ بر او گفتند. بنابراین وی خوارترین شاه در سلسله پادشاهی ایران است. کم ز چل* چون که پادشاهی کرد سلطـــه اش تار و مار می بینـم * اشاره به ۳۷ سال حکومت محمدرضا پهلوی. غم مخورزانکه من دراین تشویش خرمــــیّ وصــل یار می بینــم بعد از او شـــاهی از میــان بــرود عالمـــــی چون نگــار می بینـم سیـــدی را ز نســـل آل رســـول نــــام او، بـرقـرار*می بینـــم * اولاً سیادت امام خمینی (ره) را تصریح می کند، ثانیاً نام او را نیز تعیین می نماید زیرا عدد واژه ی « برقرار» به حروف ابجد، ۷۱۰ و عدد واژه ی «خمینی» نیز ۷۱۰ می باشد. نایــب مهدی(عج)* آشکـار شـود ســروری را ســـــوار می بینـم He said: I saw a seyyed whose name is برقرار (bargharār). Abjad of "Khomeini"=710 Abjad of "bargharār"=710
  16. Describing Reza Shah: دائـم اسبـش به زیر زیـن طــلا کمتـر آن را سـوار می بینـــــم عدل و انصـاف در زمانـه ی او همچــو هیمـه به نـار می بینــم علمــــــای زمــان او دائــــــم همــه را تـــــار ومــارمی بینــم* * تقابل دولت با دین و روحانیت، هیچ گاه در تاریخ ایران، به اندازه ی دوران حکومت رضا شاه نبوده است. او کوشش کرد تا لباس روحانیت را از بین برده و به کلی سازمان روحانیت را فرو بپاشد. هست فصل حجاب در عهدش فصــل را بــی اعتبــارمی بینم* * مهم ترین اقدام ضد دینی رضاشاه، کشف حجاب زنان بود. جنگ سختی شود تمــام جهان* کوه و صحــرا فکــار می بینـم * اشاره به آغاز جنگ جهانی دوم. کــــار و بـــار زمانــه وارونـــه قحط و هم ننگ وعار*می بینم * اشاره به نابسامانی شدید اقتصادی در ایران و گسترش قحطی، همچنین اشغال کشور توسط متفقین و خیانت رجال سیاسی، در همکاری با بیگانگان. چون دو ده سال*پادشاهـی کرد شهیــش بـــرکنــار**می بـینــم فصل حجاب: faslé hejab: Reza Shah's order to unveil women
  17. This is the link but it doesnt contain the English translation of his poems: https://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235056316-what-do-you-think/
  18. Boiling. It is easy and I don’t need to regularly check the food.
  19. I don’t know the answer but how can a non-physical entity have a gender?!! Do our minds have a gender? No. Similarly, our souls may be genderless. And if you mean the spirit (which is divine), it must be genderless because it has a divine nature.
  20. Suter is a military computer program developed by BAE Systems that attacks computer networks and communications systems belonging to an enemy. Development of the program has been managed by Big Safari, a secret unit of the United States Air Force. It is specialised to interfere with the computers of integrated air defence systems.[1][dead link] Suter was integrated into US unmanned aircraft by L-3 Communications.[2] Three generations of Suter have been developed. Suter 1 allows its operators to monitor what enemy radar operators can see. Suter 2 lets them take control of the enemy's networks and direct their sensors. Suter 3, tested in summer 2006, enables the invasion of links to time-critical targets such as battlefield ballistic missile launchers or mobile surface-to-air missile launchers. The program has been tested with aircraft such as the EC-130, RC-135, and F-16CJ.[1] It has been used in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2006.[3][4] U.S. Air Force officials have speculated that a technology similar to Suter was used by the Israeli Air Force to thwart Syrian radars and sneak into their airspace undetected in Operation Orchard on September 6, 2007. The evasion of air defence radar was otherwise unlikely because the F-15s and F-16s used by the IAF were not equipped with stealth technology.[2][3]
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