Introducing another birthday book, Ancient Iran
Another birth, ancient Iran, in the new millennium, a necessary conversation with the constructive generation of Iran tomorrow about the often unknown realities of Iran yesterday and today A look at the realities of monotheistic religions Monotheistic theories, the world after death, laws and duties, a journey through the history of religions, Velayat-e-Faqih, end of speech, list of sources, list of names
, Ancient Iran, in the New Millennium »
Necessary conversation with the constructive generation of Iran tomorrow about the often unknown realities of Iran yesterday and today
Siri in religious facts based on the studies of three hundred thinkers and scholars of East and West, from Zakaria Razi, Ibn Sina, Ravandi, Khayyam to Aga Khan Kermani, Kasravi, Hedayat, Dashti and from Newton, Voltaire, Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer Nietzsche, Freud, Bertrand Russell, Einstein.
The author begins by mentioning that the book was written in the last year of the millennium; And he hopes that as the people audit their finances at the end of each year, he will be able to audit the historical civilization of Iran. According to him, the ending millennium is the bankrupt millennium of Iranian history. Shuja al-Din Shafa classifies countries into three categories: advanced, backward, and progressive. But he believes that Iran and Israel are two exceptions among these countries:
In the meantime, only two countries, Israel and Iran, are faced with the unsolved mystery of their current purgatory. Developing countries are entering a new millennium in which there can be no place for rabbis and ayatollahs.
However, he emphasizes that a return to Zoroastrianism or mystical tendencies is neither realistic nor logical for Iran or the world of the third millennium.
2- Introducing the book in Aparat