By: Mir M.Hosseini
In a meeting against conditional monarchy (Mashrootiyat) that was held in Bagheshah where Mohammad Ali Shah, the Qajar king was residing. Sheikh Fazlollah Nouri orchestrated a campaign to gather signatures petitioning the shah to cancel Mashrootiyat. The shah willingly signed the order that later led to civil unrest in Gilan, Isfahan, and Azarbaijan. One year later, The Sheikh was charged with treason and hung on July, 31, 1909 to be the ayatollah executed in the modern history of Iran.