Ancient Persian lexicon and texts by Herbert Cushing Tolman

By Herbert Cushing Tolman

Name: historical Persian Lexicon and the Texts of the Achaemenidan Inscriptions Transliterated and Translated With certain connection with Their contemporary second look, by means of Herbert Cushing Tolman writer: manhattan, Cincinnati [etc.] American e-book corporation e-book date: 1908 topics: outdated Persian language outdated Persian inscriptions Notes: this is often an OCR reprint. there's typos or lacking textual content. There are not any illustrations or indexes. in the event you purchase the final Books version of this booklet you get unfastened trial entry to Million-Books.com the place you could choose from greater than 1000000 books at no cost. you may as well preview the publication there.

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For details on Iran's charges, see Kzar Haydar, Udwan al-Nizam al-lraqi (Aggression of the Iraqi regime) (No publisher given, 1982). 30. , The Security of the Persian Gulf (London: Croom Helm, 1981), pp. 217-18. 31. For details, see Khadduri, Gulf War, pp. 68-70. 3 Strategic and Political Objectives in the Gulf War Iran's View Eric Hooglund From September 1980 until mid-August 1988, Iran was preoccupied with trying to end what it termed the "imposed war" with Iraq. From the beginning, Tehran pursued both military and diplomatic strategies to resolve the conflict.

Khomeini and his followers believed that the existing international system is essentially unjust because the superpowers (the oppressors) arrogantly dominate the world at the expense of the oppressed, who consist mainly of Muslims and other Third World people. Under his concept, the faqih, or the supreme jurisprudent, has the obligation to pave the way for the return of the mahdi. 25 Khomeini felt that Iran, as the first country where the faqih rules, should lead the way toward the establishment of an Islamic government of the disinherited in other parts of the world.

He also expressed hope for economic cooperation between the two countries. These hopes for better relations did not materialize, however. Deep personal, ideological, and political differences continued to divide the two countries. The bad blood between the leaders of Iraq and Iran may have started with Iraq's expulsion of Iranian leader Ayatollah Khomeini The Roots of Crisis 31 after he had begun to escalate his activities against the Shah's regime in the spring of 1978. In accordance with the Algiers agreement, Iraq asked Khomeini to cease his activities or leave the country after protests from Iran's prime minister.

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