Back To Zoroastrianism 

The islamic brainwashing has put in the mind of numerous Iranians a very dangerous lie about the conversion of Zoroastrian Iranians to islam. Indeed, many Iranians think that after the fall of the Zoroastrian Sassanian dynasty (who reigned on the Iranian Empire), islam spread in Iran like a sweet and delicate perfume and Iranians just accepted islam as easy as drinking a class of water.
This is a LIE. The Zoroastrian Iranians fought without a day of rest the barbaric and bloodthirsty arabo-muslim invaders during 400 years after the fall of the Sassanians. 

Learn your History!
The light of Ahura Mazda will never die in IRAN and in the heart of Aryan-Iranians
After the fall of the Sassanian Empire (224–651 CE), Zoroastrianism did not disappear at our Aryan-Iranian Kings’court. 
Indeed, we have had many heroic Zoroastrian Dynasties reigning on Tabaristan (North of Iran: Gilan-Manzadaran-Golestan, northern Semnan, and parts of western Khorasan) and a heroic resistant movement from Azerbaijan who kicked the ass of arabs nearly during 400 years!
The two first Zoroastrian Dynasties, Dabuyid dynasty (642–760 CE) and Bavand dynasty (Zoroastrian from 651 to 842 CE, then conquered by arabs and forced to convert to islam), were both blood related to the Sassanian House (related to Kavadh I Shah, Sassanian Emperor who reigned form 488 to 531 CE).
Dabuyid dynasty (642 – 760 CE)
The Deylamite resistance movement (around 750 CE)

Bavand dynasty (Zoroastrian from 651– 842 CE, muslim from 842 – 1349 CE)
Masmughans of Damavand (651– 760 CE)
And also from Azerbaijan, the resistance movement of the Zoroastrian Khurramite knights (816-837 CE) who had at their head our super-hero Babak Khorramdin. 

Babak, with his wife Banu Khorramdin and his knights fought without a day of rest the abbasid califat. Under Babak’s leadership between 816-837 CE, the Khurramites not only fought against the caliphate, but also for the preservation of Persian language and culture. Banu, Babak and their warriors were forced to leave Babak Fort after 23 years of constant successful campaigns which killed over 500,000 invading arabs. Babak’s mighty army was never defeated. Babak were betrayed by one of his own officers (Afshin). After his capture by the calif’s army, Babak has been tortured and executed.
After the capture of Babak, the Khurramites and their new commander Nasr joined the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) where they converted to Christianism and continued to fight the arabs from 833 to 842 CE.
Then, the Ziyarid dynasty who reigned on Tabaristan and southern regions, was also a Zoroastrian dynasty from 930 to 935 CE, then forced to convert to islam!
Ziyarid dynasty

And the Zoroastrian Qarinvand dynasty (500 – 1100 CE) of Tabaristan

The Qarinvand counts Mazyar (817–839 CE), a heroic Prince who resisted to the abbasid caliphate.
The Zoroastrian Zarmihrid dynasty was a local dynasty of Tabaristan which ruled over parts of the mountainous areas of the region since the reign of Sasanian Emperor Khosrau I ie from 500 to 785 CE.
In 783, the Karenids, along with the Bavandids and the Zarmihrids revolted against the Abbasid Caliphate, the alliance was, however, defeated in 785, and thus the Zarmihrids disappeared from history afterwards.
House of Karen (500 – 830 CE)

Following the defeat of the Sasanians by the army of Rashidun at the Battle of Nahavand, the Karenas pledged allegiance to the Caliphate. In 783 however, under Vandad Hormozd and allied with the Bavands, the Karenas proclaimed independence and refused to continue to pay tribute. Notwithstanding repeated (and some temporarily successful) attempts to conquer the Karenas, during which the family had withdrawn further eastwards to the Savadkuh region, some of the lands of the Karenas appear to have remained independent until the 11th century, after which the House of Karen is no longer attested. Other notable members of the family include Maziar, the grandson of Vandad Hormozd, and whose devotion to Zoroastrianism and defiance of the Arabs brought him great fame.


And also, from Khorassan, we have had many Zoroastrian Resistance Movements who rioted against the arab-muslim invaders:


And of course, an Eternal Salute to our Great Piruz Nahavandi, the Zoroastrian warrior who killed the dirty bastard Omar, 2nd Caliph of the Rashidun Caliphate! 
August 23rd is the 1363rd anniversary of Pirouz Nahavandi’s martyrdom by the invading Tazis
Pirouz Nahavandi was a Zoroastrian warrior and an Iranian nationalist whose name brought fear to the Tazis, Pirouz is the Lion heart Iranian who killed Umar the second muslim caliph because of his barbaric invasion of Persia and his role in the massacre of our ancestors.
After the battles of Nahavand the majority of people of Nahavand and nearby city Hamadan were massacred by the invading Tazis, cities and villages were pillaged, women and children were raped and many were taken captive and subsequently sold into slavery, or taken as prisoners including Pirouz. According to Tabari, once Pirouz was taken to Arabia and whenever he saw the captive Iranian children being abused by the Tazis he used to said :
“You have been enslaved at such a tender age. This Umar has eaten my heart, I will take his heart out.”
In revenge of the Iranian massacre and witnessing the Tazi’s injustice, Pirouz and the Persian Sepahbod general Firouzan planned the execution of Umar; The plan was to execute all Tazi soldiers who were involved in the Qadisiyyah and Nahavand Massacres.
At that time Tazis did not permit the non-Arab adult captives to reside in Madina, therefore, Pirouz hired himself out as a carpenter for Mughira ebn Shuba the governor of Basra to act as his owner, as Pirouz was also a skilled craftsman; following his plan he ordered Mughirah to sell him to Umar in order to be able to move to and reside in Medina where he was able to execute his plan.

On the 6th day of November 644 CE at the time of the morning prayer, Pirouz gallantly went with his two-headed dagger to the mosque and stabbed Umar six times, in return for what he and his army had done to Iran and to the innocent people and children of Iran; In the process of escaping the scene he brought down a further 11 Tazi enemies; fled Arabia and took refuge in the central Iranian city of Kashan, where years later in 23rd day of August 651 CE, Piruz was assassinated by the Tazis.
Pirouz was buried in Kashan and there is a tomb attributed to him located in Kashan, Iran; controversy was caused when the “International Union for Muslim Scholars” called for his tomb to be destroyed, a request which was not well received by the Iranians who perceived this as a outrageous anti-Iranian act; Pirouz tomb is still standing, and will be so until Iranians are alive .
May He rest in Paradise, may Ahura Mazda and all heavenly Yzataz bless his Noble soul.


We Aryan-Iranic peoples, even after the fall of these last heroic Zoroastrian Kings, dynasties and Resistance Movements, we are still ZOROASTRIANS, and we resist, and we will resist, resist, and resist for ever!



Kurds, Persians, Lurs, Azeris, Talyshs, Gilakis, Manzandaranis, Tajiks, Yaghnobis, Balochs, Lars, Semnanis,Tats, Pamiris, Hazaras, Zazas, Nuristanis, …

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