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    Shaikh Khiyabani

    شیخ محمد خیابانی


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    Sheikh Mohammad Khiabani (1880–1920), was an Iranian cleric, political leader, and representative to the Majlis.He was born in Khameneh, near Tabriz to Haji Abdolhamid and Banu Roghiyeh Soltan.He became active during the Constitutional Monarchy Revolution and was a prominent dissident against British colonization of Iran.When Mohammadali Shah was stripped of his powers, he became Tabriz representative to Majlis.He was against Pan-Turkism propagated by Ottomans during their occupation of Tabriz for which he was put to jail in Urmia.After the Russian Revolution of 1917, Khiabani re-established the Democrat Party of Tabriz after being banned for five years, and published the Tajaddod newspaper, the official organ of the party. Later, in a protest to the 1919 Treaty between Iran and the Britain, which the British exclusive rights over Iranian military, financial, and customs affairs, he revolted and took Tabriz and surrounding areas, calling Azarbaijan, Azadistan (the land of liberty). After dismissal of Prime Minister Vosooghoddoleh, , the new prime minister send Mokhberossaltaneh to Tabriz, giving him full authority, who killed Khiabani on Sep, 13, 1920. (Wikipedia) - Mohammad Khiabani   (Redirected from Sheikh Mohammad Khiabani) Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni. In the caption one reads: "Āghā Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni, the leader of the Freedom Fighters of Azerbaijan who was martyred".

    Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni (sometimes spelled Khiyabani), also known as Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni Tabrizi (1880–1920), was an Iranian cleric, political leader, and representative to the parliament.

    He was born in Khameneh, near Tabriz to Haji Abdolhamid from Khameneh, a merchant. He became active during the Persian Constitutional Revolution and was a prominent dissident against foreign colonialism, which subsequently led to him being sent into exile by the Ottomans in 1918.

    After the Russian Revolution of 1917, Khiabani re-established the Democrat Party of Tabriz after being banned for five years, and published the Tajaddod newspaper, the official organ of the party, edited by his supporter Taqi Rafat. Later, in a protest to the 1919 Treaty between Persia and the United Kingdom, which exclusively transferred the rights of deciding about all military, financial, and customs affairs of Persia to the British, he revolted and took Tabriz and surrounding areas, calling it Azadistan ("land of liberty"); he was not, however, a separatist. After the fall of Vosough od-Dowleh, the then prime minister, the new prime minister sent Mehdi Qoli Hedayat to Tabriz, giving him full authority, and he crushed and killed Khiabani in the late summer of 1920 (Hedayat claimed that Khiabani had committed suicide).

    There is a biography by Abdolhossein Nahidi-AzarSheikh Mohammad Khiabani (1880–1920), was an Iranian cleric, political leader, and representative to the Majlis.He was born in Khameneh, near Tabriz to Haji Abdolhamid and Banu Roghiyeh Soltan.He became active during the Constitutional Monarchy Revolution and was a prominent dissident against British colonization of Iran.When Mohammadali Shah was stripped of his powers, he became Tabriz representative to Majlis.He was against Pan-Turkism propagated by Ottomans during their occupation of Tabriz for which he was put to jail in Urmia.After the Russian Revolution of 1917, Khiabani re-established the Democrat Party of Tabriz after being banned for five years, and published the Tajaddod newspaper, the official organ of the party. Later, in a protest to the 1919 Treaty between Iran and the Britain, which the British exclusive rights over Iranian military, financial, and customs affairs, he revolted and took Tabriz and surrounding areas, calling Azarbaijan, Azadistan (the land of liberty). After dismissal of Prime Minister Vosooghoddoleh, , the new prime minister send Mokhberossaltaneh to Tabriz, giving him full authority, who killed Khiabani on Sep, 13, 1920. (Wikipedia) - Mohammad Khiabani   (Redirected from Sheikh Mohammad Khiabani) Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni. In the caption one reads: "Āghā Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni, the leader of the Freedom Fighters of Azerbaijan who was martyred".

    Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni (sometimes spelled Khiyabani), also known as Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni Tabrizi (1880–1920), was an Iranian cleric, political leader, and representative to the parliament.

    He was born in Khameneh, near Tabriz to Haji Abdolhamid from Khameneh, a merchant. He became active during the Persian Constitutional Revolution and was a prominent dissident against foreign colonialism, which subsequently led to him being sent into exile by the Ottomans in 1918.

    After the Russian Revolution of 1917, Khiabani re-established the Democrat Party of Tabriz after being banned for five years, and published the Tajaddod newspaper, the official organ of the party, edited by his supporter Taqi Rafat. Later, in a protest to the 1919 Treaty between Persia and the United Kingdom, which exclusively transferred the rights of deciding about all military, financial, and customs affairs of Persia to the British, he revolted and took Tabriz and surrounding areas, calling it Azadistan ("land of liberty"); he was not, however, a separatist. After the fall of Vosough od-Dowleh, the then prime minister, the new prime minister sent Mehdi Qoli Hedayat to Tabriz, giving him full authority, and he crushed and killed Khiabani in the late summer of 1920 (Hedayat claimed that Khiabani had committed suicide).

    There is a biography by Abdolhossein Mohammad Khiabani (1880–1920), was an Iranian cleric, political leader, and representative to the Majlis.He was born in Khameneh, near Tabriz to Haji Abdolhamid and Banu Roghiyeh Soltan.He became active during the Constitutional Monarchy Revolution and was a prominent dissident against British colonization of Iran.When Mohammadali Shah was stripped of his powers, he became Tabriz representative to Majlis.He was against Pan-Turkism propagated by Ottomans during their occupation of Tabriz for which he was put to jail in Urmia.After the Russian Revolution of 1917, Khiabani re-established the Democrat Party of Tabriz after being banned for five years, and published the Tajaddod newspaper, the official organ of the party. Later, in a protest to the 1919 Treaty between Iran and the Britain, which the British exclusive rights over Iranian military, financial, and customs affairs, he revolted and took Tabriz and surrounding areas, calling Azarbaijan, Azadistan (the land of liberty). After dismissal of Prime Minister Vosooghoddoleh, , the new prime minister send Mokhberossaltaneh to Tabriz, giving him full authority, who killed Khiabani on Sep, 13, 1920. (Wikipedia) - Mohammad Khiabani   (Redirected from Sheikh Mohammad Khiabani) Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni. In the caption one reads: "Āghā Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni, the leader of the Freedom Fighters of Azerbaijan who was martyred".

    Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni (sometimes spelled Khiyabani), also known as Shaikh Mohammad Khiābāni Tabrizi (1880–1920), was an Iranian cleric, political leader, and representative to the parliament.

    He was born in Khameneh, near Tabriz to Haji Abdolhamid from Khameneh, a merchant. He became active during the Persian Constitutional Revolution and was a prominent dissident against foreign colonialism, which subsequently led to him being sent into exile by the Ottomans in 1918.

    After the Russian Revolution of 1917, Khiabani re-established the Democrat Party of Tabriz after being banned for five years, and published the Tajaddod newspaper, the official organ of the party, edited by his supporter Taqi Rafat. Later, in a protest to the 1919 Treaty between Persia and the United Kingdom, which exclusively transferred the rights of deciding about all military, financial, and customs affairs of Persia to the British, he revolted and took Tabriz and surrounding areas, calling it Azadistan ("land of liberty"); he was not, however, a separatist. After the fall of Vosough od-Dowleh, the then prime minister, the new prime minister sent Mehdi Qoli Hedayat to Tabriz, giving him full authority, and he crushed and killed Khiabani in the late summer of 1920 (Hedayat claimed that Khiabani had committed suicide).

    There is a biography by Abdolhossein Nahidi-Azar.

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