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September, 23

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September, 23, 542 A.D.:
Sukhumi Taken Back From Roman Occupation

During the second round of the Persian-Roman wars that started in 359 A.D., the Iranian army took back the port city of Sukhumi from the occupiers, thus; cleaning Caucasia from Romans. The population of Abkhazia was forcefuly converted to Christianity and Sukhumi was named Sebastopolis. The Romans h... Read Full Article:


September, 23, 1939 A.D.:
Abadan Institute Of Technology Founded

Abadan Institute Of Technology (AIOT) was the third of it's kind in the world, founded for education and training of technical staff required to operate and support Iranian Oil fields and refineries. It remains as one of few good heritages of the British who at the time owned %51 of the Iranian oil ... Read Full Article:


September, 23, 1980 A.D.:
Iran Strikes Iraq Back

Iraq staged a surprise attack on Iran Air Force bases on Sep, 22, 1980. Their plan was to destroy Iranian Air Force power, a tactic Israel used in 1967 against Egypt, Jordan and Syria. In the first wave of two air assaults, 192 Iraqi planes attacked several targets in Iran. 6 enemy war planes headed... Read Full Article:


September, 23, 2010 A.D.:
President Says US Behind 9/11 Plot

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the United Nations on Sep, 23, 2010 most people believe the U.S. government was responsible for the 9/11 attacks, prompting the U.S. delegation to leave the room in protest. 9/11 attacks were a series of four coordinated suicide attacks upon the United Stat... Read Full Article:

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