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Mahoza, A Jewish Kingdom At War With Sassanid Iran

Cambridge definition worth nothing it's our laws that count

My sharing of the definition highlights what exactly I have been referring to from the outset: paid work for a foreign regime with the aim of harming the Iranian government, which in turn is strictly punishable by law as evidenced by numerous precedents of Revolutionary Court jurisprudence. Thus acts of treason as defined by Cambridge is fully outlawed in our Islamic homeland. Making Cambridge doubly relevant and instructive.

>Be Haman
>Plan to kill all Jews, set a date for the massacre to happen

According to the Hebrew Bible. Not an independently corroborated account, even Jewish rabbis doubt its historicity.

>Jewish wife of Nebuchadnezzar, the Persian king, tells Haman's plan to him

1) There never was a Persian king by that Semitic name. Nebuchadnezzar was a Babylonian ruler.

2) The country under discussion was and is called Iran. Its heads of state used to bear the title of emperor.

>King executes Haman and all of his family, releasing a royal edict allowing the Jews to defend themselves without consequences
>bunch of Persians try to kill Jews that day but they died in battles

Rather, 75000 subjects of the empire succumbed to killings. No particular battle is referenced.

Muh Jews enemies of Persians!

The very notion of historically friendly / hostile relations between peoples is problematic in and by itself. This includes the twin zionist myth especially devised for Iranian and some other regional goys about purporting constant harmony between Iran and Jewish potentates prior to the 1979 Islamic Revolution, as well as supposedly constant conflict between Iran and her Arab neighbors (the latter narrative also being peddled to Arab nationalists and to anti-Shia sectarianists in classic divide and conquer manner). Between themselves however, zionists generally express far more nuanced takes, highlighting the purported Judeophobia of the veterotestamentary figure of Haman, reports claiming persecution of Jews by Iranian authorities from Antiquity all the way to the modern era etc.
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Israelis are only good at killing innocent people, it's a "religious" duty for them

1 Samuel 15:3-23 ICB​

Now go, attack the Amalekites. Destroy everything that belongs to them as an offering to the Lord. Don’t let anything live. Put to death men and women, children and small babies. Kill the cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys.’”
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