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July, 25, 539 B.C.:
The Battle of Opis

The armies of Persia under Cyrus the Great and the Neo-Babylonian Empire under Nabonidus engaged at the Battle of Opis, fought on Sep, 25, 539 BC.At the time, Babylonia was the last major power in western Asia that was not yet under Persian control. The battle was fought near the strategic riverside... Read Full Article:


July, 25, 623 A.D.:
Muslims Turn From Qods To Mecca

Followers of Prophet Mohammad used to pray towards Qods until he migrated from Mecca to Medina. The Prophet however, used to perform prayer sermons aligned in a way that Kaaba came in between which was no more possible after migration to Medina. On Jan, 15, 624, in the middle of noon prayers, Mohamm... Read Full Article:


July, 25, 645 A.D.:
Rhagae Uprising Against Caliphates

A couple of months after Osman became the third Caliph, citizens of Rhagae staged an uprising against the Arab invaders. This uprising was suppressed by deployed Caliphate troops. Later the same year citizens in Northwest Iran staged similar uprisings that were suppressed similarly. A while later Es... Read Full Article:

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