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November, 4, 539 B.C.:
Cyrus Builds Babylon City Walls

Cyrus The Great started a manner just the opposite of other conquerers who burnt and destroyed conquered cities. He brought peace and security to the societies and that was the reason why citizens of Babylon had asked for his help to get rid of the oppressive king Nabonidus. Cyrus personally took sh... Read Full Article:

November, 4, 656 A.D.:
Ali defeats Aisha at Battle of the Camel

The Battle of the Camel, also known as the Battle of Jamel or the Battle of Basra, took place at Basra, Iraq on 7 November 656 (13 Jumada Al-Awwal 36 AH). The battle was fought between Ali ibn Abi Talib, who was the cousin and son-in-law of the deceased Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, considered the fou... Read Full Article:

November, 4, 1949 A.D.:
Assassination of Prime Minister Abdolhossein Hazhir

Abdolhosein Hazhir (1899 – 5 November 1949) was a Prime Minister of Iran. He served as Minister ten times, and eventually as Prime Minister. He was born in Tehran, 1901. He went to Mozaffari elementary school and studied for a while in Darol Fonun. Then he attended the school of Political Science... Read Full Article:

November, 4, 1979 A.D.:
Iranian Students Seize U.S. Embassy In Tehran

During public uprising Shah fled the country. After the revolution U.S. was asked to return the dictator but the request was denied. He was reportedly under treatment for cancer and took a surgery in New York. On Nov, 4, 1979 a group of young people calling themselves Students in the path of Imam st... Read Full Article:

November, 4, 2013 A.D.:
50 relics discovered in Chelou/North Khorasan Province, Iran

Fifty historical relics have been discovered in the second phase of archeological excavations made in the ancient site of Chelou in North Khorasan province, said the deputy head of the province’s cultural heritage, handicrafts and tourism department for cultural heritage. Ali Akbar Vahdati adde... Read Full Article:

November, 4, 2015 A.D.:
Iran, Ancient country, First civilization

Iran, Ancient country, First civilization The written history of Iran begins with the early Achaemenids, some 2,500 years ago, but since then till the dawn of Islam in Iran, all that is available on the Iranian history has been written by the ancient Greeks, who were then Iran's greatest enemies. So... Read Full Article:

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