The fall of a rebellion

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The fall of a rebellion Empty The fall of a rebellion

Post  Ali Al-Hakim bi-Amrallah on Fri Nov 14, 2008 7:32 pm

After the crushing defeat of the Turkish army in Mesopotamia, all Turkish units have been moved into the lands of Persia. The Persian rebellion, once strong and full of power, could not withstand so many Turkish soldiers and is now dying. The Turkish army may not be strong enough to handle the forces of the Byzantine Eastern Roman Empire and the Fatimid Caliphate, but the persian rebels were no match for the experienced Seljuq warriors. As the Persian scholar Siyid Abdullah wrote: “The Persian rebels were slayed like dogs, everywhere in the streets, and it was obvious that the turks had regained the control of Persia”. The turks have reoccupied the city of al-Basra and the city of Isfahan is under siege, with the remaining rebels inside it.

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