The great Peter the Great, the greatest king of Persia, dies at the age of 95

Peter the great, king of Persian Persia and a man of considerable stature, has died.

The Persian Empire, which stretched from Iran to Iraq and Syria, was an immensely powerful military and economic power.

The country had been ruled by King Darius II for almost 500 years.

The Empire was also a great trading nation, which included the Silk Road and the Arab empire.

After his death, his grandson, Darius III, ascended to the throne in his place, becoming the first Persian to rule the entire country.

He was succeeded by his son, Darius II, who ruled until his death in 489.

In the last days of his life, the king received a letter from his son and grandson, and after reading it, he passed away peacefully in his palace at the city of Tabriz. 

Darius was the grandson of the great Persian warrior Darius II.

Darius II was the son of Darius III.

He ruled from 489 to 498, the year of his son’s death.

He died in his sleep, in the same room in which his son was sleeping.

Darius III had a daughter, Selah, who is the daughter of the Persian king Darius II’s wife, who was his cousin.

It is said that Darius II died from a fever, but it is not certain.

Darius was a great general and a great leader.

He led a Persian invasion of the Arab Empire in the early 6th century.

Darius also led the first successful Persian invasion over the mountains of Syria.

After the conquest of Syria, Darius became a great statesman.

The great general also became a religious leader.

After becoming a religious ruler, he was a religious pilgrim to Mecca.

During his life he had many spiritual experiences, but the most interesting one was the one with which he became a Muslim.

He had a dream of a man who was an angel and who said to him, “I am God.

I am your Lord.”

He came to the mosque and asked, “What is your religion?” “

After the dream, the man was a believer.

He came to the mosque and asked, “What is your religion?”

Darius replied, “Allah.

Allah says to Abraham, ‘You shall be my servant and you shall be a witness over me.’

“The man then became a believer and took the Koran.

He began to pray, and when he was finished, the angel told him, ‘Go and say to your Lord, ‘O Abraham, the Lord of the house of Israel, have mercy on me.’

‘But if I ask, I shall be able to go and seek Him.’

‘No, my Lord,’ said the man.

‘Go to your house and you will see me there.’

Then he prayed.

When the man went to his house, he saw a woman standing there in front of the mosque.

‘I have seen a woman,’ said he.

‘Where are you going?’ she asked.

‘To my home,’ he answered.

Then he said, ‘What are you doing here?’

So he prayed in the mosque, and Allah sent a ray of light to illuminate his heart. “

He had a vision in which he saw the angel and said to himself, ‘I will be able, if I am a believer, to go to Mecca and take the Koran.’

So he prayed in the mosque, and Allah sent a ray of light to illuminate his heart.

He got up and said, ‘I have come to the House of Allah and I have come for a prayer with the Messenger of Allah.’

The Prophet then said to her,  ‘I am your father, and I will send for you your daughter.’ “

Then the Messenger took the Qur’an and placed it on his head.

The Prophet then said to her,  ‘I am your father, and I will send for you your daughter.’

She replied, ‘My daughter is with her father.'” 

When the Prophet had finished, he said to another man, “Do you have a child?’ 

‘No,’ replied the other man. 

‘Then marry her to you.’ 

‘Yes,’ said she.

The other man said, `Then do you want me to marry her?’ 

So she said to one of the companions of the Prophet, ‘”I want a man to marry me.’ “

Then he took the child, placed it in his lap, and said: ‘I want to have intercourse with her, and you must be with me.’

So she said to one of the companions of the Prophet, ‘”I want a man to marry me.’

He said, ‘(Yes, I am willing to marry you),'” Then he said: ‘Go and find the best woman for me.’ 

The other man went and found the woman, who came and married her to him.

The wife was the daughter of the prophet’s nephew, Abraham. 

After the marriage, Abraham’s grandson was appointed to be the governor of the Holy City.

Abraham was a warrior