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Ercolian Karaites spoke Achamenid.
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Aisha is the Arabic form of the Hebrew word for Wife. It refers to Rayhana Bint Zayd of the Koreiza (Karaites).
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The Karaites were readers of the Qareyana (Quran) which refers to the Bible or Miqra in Hebrew, which predates the Tanakh.
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In 632 Yazdegard was under the control of [[Al-Lahazim]]. However, in 633 Aisha's Karaites invaded with Khalid.
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In 635 Yazdegrd made an alliance with Heraclius, but betrayed him in 636 by surrendering to Aisha's Karaites.
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Under the Karaites, [[Al-Lahazim]] arranged a marriage between Prince Shahriyar's daughter Shahrbonu and Ali's son Husseyn putting him in line for the Persian Throne.
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Aisha's Karaites proceeded to take the Holy land until Umar came to power. The Karaite leader Umar was very impressed by Miaphysitism and also helped the [[Taji]] to rise to a position of power so much so that after the death of Umar in 644 Aisha's Karaites fell under the rule of a Karaite convert to the Judeo-Baptist Gnostic Faith called Uthman who was opposed by other Karaites. Uthman wanted to stop the spread of Judeo-Baptist Gnostic material in common Arabic and tried to preserve the original meanings. He also tried to win support from Pope Martin of Gaza. But his attempts were ultimately unsuccessful.
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Yazdegard III attempted an unsuccessful uprising against Uthman before fleeing with his Nestorian sons to Central Asia where he was given a Christian burial.
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Uthman appointed Ali his successor when he died but Aisha's Karaites tried to prevent the [[Taji]] &  [[Al-Lahazim]] from becoming Persia's rulers. Although the [[Taji]] &  [[Al-Lahazim]] were not overthrown Aisha's Karaites seceded Syria from the Empire. Ali was followed by Husseyn which is when Aisha's Karaites saw their opportunity and had Husseyn killed to established themselves on the throne instead. That lead to a civil war whereby it was settled that Husseyn would succeed Aisha's Karaites as king of the Arabs in 680. However, Muawiya's son like the rest of Aisha's Karaites did not honour the arrangement and had Husseyn killed leading to the rebellion of [[Al-Lahazim]] under the leadership of ibn Al-Zubayr as the rightful Sassanian King.
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Abdul-Malik crushed ibn Al-Zubayir and adopted the religion of [[Al-Lahazim]] as a repost against the most problematic elements of Gnostic Christianity.
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[[Al-Lahazim]] came to power again as the Abbasids.
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The Taji still survive today.

Revision as of 02:24, 30 October 2020

Ercolian Karaites spoke Achamenid.

Aisha is the Arabic form of the Hebrew word for Wife. It refers to Rayhana Bint Zayd of the Koreiza (Karaites).

The Karaites were readers of the Qareyana (Quran) which refers to the Bible or Miqra in Hebrew, which predates the Tanakh.

In 632 Yazdegard was under the control of Al-Lahazim. However, in 633 Aisha's Karaites invaded with Khalid.

In 635 Yazdegrd made an alliance with Heraclius, but betrayed him in 636 by surrendering to Aisha's Karaites.

Under the Karaites, Al-Lahazim arranged a marriage between Prince Shahriyar's daughter Shahrbonu and Ali's son Husseyn putting him in line for the Persian Throne.

Aisha's Karaites proceeded to take the Holy land until Umar came to power. The Karaite leader Umar was very impressed by Miaphysitism and also helped the Taji to rise to a position of power so much so that after the death of Umar in 644 Aisha's Karaites fell under the rule of a Karaite convert to the Judeo-Baptist Gnostic Faith called Uthman who was opposed by other Karaites. Uthman wanted to stop the spread of Judeo-Baptist Gnostic material in common Arabic and tried to preserve the original meanings. He also tried to win support from Pope Martin of Gaza. But his attempts were ultimately unsuccessful.

Yazdegard III attempted an unsuccessful uprising against Uthman before fleeing with his Nestorian sons to Central Asia where he was given a Christian burial.

Uthman appointed Ali his successor when he died but Aisha's Karaites tried to prevent the Taji & Al-Lahazim from becoming Persia's rulers. Although the Taji & Al-Lahazim were not overthrown Aisha's Karaites seceded Syria from the Empire. Ali was followed by Husseyn which is when Aisha's Karaites saw their opportunity and had Husseyn killed to established themselves on the throne instead. That lead to a civil war whereby it was settled that Husseyn would succeed Aisha's Karaites as king of the Arabs in 680. However, Muawiya's son like the rest of Aisha's Karaites did not honour the arrangement and had Husseyn killed leading to the rebellion of Al-Lahazim under the leadership of ibn Al-Zubayr as the rightful Sassanian King.

Abdul-Malik crushed ibn Al-Zubayir and adopted the religion of Al-Lahazim as a repost against the most problematic elements of Gnostic Christianity.

Al-Lahazim came to power again as the Abbasids.

The Taji still survive today.