Babak Mirzaei Qajar attracting public opinion of Iran

According to Mikrofonnews agency (MHA), Babak Mirza’i Qajar “a survivors of the Sultans of the Qajar Empire” or “Iran’s Protected Countries”, which ruled Iran for 131 years, is now the under the large focus of Iranian attention.

The handsome and polite who recently visited Iran, as well as Turkey and Azerbaijan, said in a statement to journalists: “I love Iran, Azerbaijan and Turkey. The nations of these three countries must come under one roof”.

Speaking with one of the Turkish media organizations the Prince said recently “Look, I am from Iran and speaking in Turkish with you, half of the Iranians are able to understand what I am saying”.

The Qajars ruled in Iran between the years of 1974-1999. A large part of the Qajar dynasty has been devoted in fighting Russians across borders and superstition and illiteracy within the borders. Historians and scholars who study and compromise politics consider the Qajar era as the source of the Enlightenment and Renaissance in Iran.

The trend has begun with astonishing efforts by Abbas Mobzai Qajar and peaked during Nasir al-Din Shah’s era. In the time of Mozaffaroddin Shah for the first time in Iran’s history, king heard voice of the nation without any violence or bleeding, and Iran stablished the parliament without any ethnic, religious or linguistic.

In the era of Mohammad Ali Shah, Russian interference was speed up and the National Assembly was bombed and Azerbaijan as a turbulent ocean, started the biggest uprising to protect freedom and justice.

Eventually, the era of Ahmad Shah, the youngest, most democratic, most modern, most enlightened, and most legitimate king of Iran, was overthrown due to the betrayal of Sardar Sepah, supported by Britain. Iran with the 80 million population is a country with verity in religion, ethnics and languages.

In Iran, respectively, the Turks (Azerbaijanis, Turkmens, Qashqas, Afshars of Khorasan, Khalajs, Cossacks …), Persians, Arabs, Laura (Bakhtiyari, Lakash …) Kurds (Kermanji, Gurani, Makeri, Sanandaji, Sorani …) , Gentiles, Tats, Talks, Gulsha, Tartas, Tales, Gules, Armenians, Assyrians …, Shiites, Sunnis (Shafi’i, Hanafi, Hanbali), Dervishes and Hellists, Baha’is and Christian religions (Roman Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, Anglicans). ..), Zoroastrians, Jews, Sabians … as well as non-believers live.