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Iran the land of Emperor Dayukku and Cyrus the Great- Part II

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The lands were where the law and Justice started. Emperor Dayukku was known for his Justice. His descendant, Emperor Cyrus the Great came up with declarations of human right for the first time in the history of humanity.

The lands were where extremism and violent started. Emperor Darius the Great's violent practice continues on today by the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) and the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Emperor Darius the Great said, "I send my servant, to find, Fravartish, and arrest him, bring him to me, I suppose, that was my desire. Now he is walking in his way to me, as known, now (he) is with me, as known, his ears, (h)as known his noise. I hurt him very much, cut it off. One of his eyes, I take out, in our road, tie him down, in front of my castle, on my walkway. This is my work, can you see, after that I am king, (tell) the people of Hagmatâna, those who separate from me, is not wise. ". See 73, 74, 75 and 76 in column 2 of Behistun Inscriptions by Hamma Mirwaisi below.

The document above is the root of the violent practices in Iran. The Iranian people are suffering for thousands of years. Iranian people's stories are the stories of the unfortunate nations on earth, because of the violence is always above the laws.

Fravartish II, grandson of legendary Emperor Cyaxares I, of Median Empire stands up against unjust practice by Emperor Darius the Great. Emperor Darius the Great killed the son of Cyrus the Great, the last Emperor of the Median Empire. And he took over the country illegally. He butchered people from the Median and Persian regions and others who stand in his way.

The story of Emperor Uvaxshtrahyâ (Cyaxares I) of the Median Empire

The son of Emperor Phraorte (Fravartish I), Emperor Uvaxstra or Cyaxaras [56], became the third Emperor of the Median Empire after Emperor Ashurbanipal of Assyrian Empire killed his father. He was also known as Hvakhshathra (Hva-kh-sha-thra), meaning he is the Shah of Shah's. The Median Empire originated the name because, for the first time, the Median Emperor ruled over many different nations with different religions, each of which had its own Shah. They, however, only paid taxes to the central government in Ecbatana.

Xasro (from the Kurdish) or Kayxosrew (Uvaxstra, 625-585 BC) is another title, meaning, "He is better." He made the mistake initially of continuing the war with Assyria, but he stopped when he realized he was not succeeding. During the Assyrian war, his father's army was supported by the Scythian people under King Madius, son of Protohyes [57]. They remained with Emperor Cyaxaras after his father was killed, but when he stopped the war, they followed him to Ecbatana. In Ecbatana, the Scythians seized power and took over the Median Empire, forcing the young Emperor Cyaxares to submit to King Madius of Scythia, another branch of the Airyanem Vaejah nations (653-625 BC). Madius declared himself King of Kings of the Median Empire and he ruled the Empire for many years. His rule and his army later brutalized the Median people; they treated the population badly and in their own homeland.

The Median and Assyrian war

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Hamma Mirwaisi was exposed to the oppression of Kurds while still a youth, as his education was frequently interrupted by Iraqi government harassment. Forbidden from entering university in 1968, he had little choice but to join the peshmerga (more...)

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