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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Persian Golf is a picture of Iran

 
Iran's Football Federation (IFF) will protest over UAE's move to change the country's name to fabricated 'Arabian Gulf

www.iran-daily.com





 
Dear Parmis

 
"Historian: an unsuccessful novelist."
      "
H. L. Mencken"

 

This morning I was walking in the yard, while I thought about History. What is history? Is it a novel was written by Historian? Can we change it? Sometimes it happens.

Such as:"Persian Golf".

 
"Study History, Study History, in history lies all the secrets of statecraft."
                                                                  "Winston Churchill"

I think, to study history books is very good and useful for us. If we study history, we  will understand about antiquity of our country-Iran, the second largest country in the Middle East, has 5,000 years of fascinating history, and is home to one of the world's oldest continuous major civilizations-, and that time we see, we are a new small country_Formerly known as the Trucial States, the United Arab Emirates are a federation of seven individual states, all ruled by emirs.
Founded between the 7th and 8th centuries -,like a dot against a  major civilization and we can't change the name of an ancient place like" Persian Golf"; because we are so rich.

"God can not alter the past, though historians can":"Samuel Batler"

                                                    

                    

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"History is a gallery of pictures in which there are few originals and many copies"

                                        "Alexis de Tocqueville"



On a cold January morning, my sister and I went into the post office in the city, because she wanted to buy a few stamps.

Vendor was in a bad mode and when I wanted to choose a special stamp. she told me:" They are exactly similar stamps." and then she gave us a few stamps, but I showed her a stamp and I told her: "I like this one, this is a stamp of Iran."
She told me ridiculously: " this is a stamp of Persian Golf no Iran" and I replied her: "Persian Golf that is Iran"
 People looked at us wonderfully and she was angry with me.


However, keep the name of Ocean, Sea, river out of reach your neighbors. Maybe, one day you will hear: The X Ocean instead of  "The Pacific Ocean" or the Y Ocean instead of  "The Atlantic Ocean".



                   I like UAE, but Persian Golf is Persian Golf.

             (When your ancestors were not here, our ancestors were here!!)

 

                               Angry M.T

   

I like the dreams of the feature better than the history of the past.""

 

                                                  " Thomas Jefferson" 


 

Persian Gulf

The Persian Gulf is an extension of the Arabian Sea, positioned in the heart of the Middle East.

It connects with the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea through the Strait of Hormuz, and it's approximately 615 mi (990 km) long.

The Persian Gulf is certainly one of the most vital bodies of water on the planet, as gas and oil from Middle Eastern countries flow through it, supplying much of the world's energy needs.

Over many centuries the Persian Gulf has been a flash point for controversy. In 1990, after Iraq invaded Kuwait, an international coalition led by the United States drove Iraq out, but as they left Iraq's military set fire to hundreds of Kuwati oil fields, causing a major environmental disaster in the area. In 2003, tension in the gulf increased again as U.S. and British forces invaded Iraq, and powerful naval forces from both countries remain in its waters, mostly to protect the flow of oil










































































 

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