F Know a Little Religion of Majority and Its Presence Now in Iran Reach 20 Thousand Souls ~ Information Yusuf

Know a Little Religion of Majority and Its Presence Now in Iran Reach 20 Thousand Souls

SITUSSyahruddin El-Fikri Currently around 100 thousand Magians are in Bombay, India.Majusi is a religion or belief that exalts fire as an offering or God. They are called the Magi from the East who came to worship the infant Christ on Christmas Eve (often symbolized by the four kings coming with offerings of gold, incense, and nut oil). In the Qur'an, the word of Majusi is mentioned in Surah Al-Hajj [22]: 17. "Surely those who believe, the Jews, the Shaabi'iin, the Christians, the Magi, polytheists, God will judge between them on the Day of Judgment. Verily, Allâh witnesses all things. "(Surat al-Hajj [2]: 17).In the hadith, this Magi religion has also been mentioned by Rasulullah SAW. '' In fact, every child is born in a state of fitrah (holy). And, both his parents who make it as Christian, Jewish, or Majusi. "(HR Bukhari).Historically, this Magi religion was founded by Zoroastrian originating from Persia, Iran. It is said that this religion is known as a religion that believes in one God (monotheism), the god of goodness. In Major belief, this god of goodness is called Ahura Mazda. The opponent of the god of good is the god of evil, that is Ahriman.According to some narrations, Zoroaster (or Zarathustra) is a very pious man. He was the originator of the Zoroastrian teachings held by the Persians. In the life of the Persians, Zoroaster was regarded as an important figure in Persian history. In fact, some even call themselves a prophet. However, there is a difference of opinion among historians about his life. It is thought to have lived between 1700 BC, but those who mention the 6th century BC. Some literature says, the area where Zoroastas lived was associated with the Persian Empire led by Cyrus the Great in the mid-16th century BC. In the next two centuries, this religion was accepted by the Persian kings and gained considerable followers.After the Persian empire was conquered by Alexander the Great at the end of the 4th century BC, Zoroastrian religion declined. However, during the Sassanid Dynasty (226 BC), Zoroastrianism was accepted as the official religion of Persia. And, after the Arab conquest in the 7th century AD, most of the Persian population embraced Islam. Around the 10th century, most Zoroatser followers fled from Iran to Hormuz, an island in the Persian Gulf. From there, they and their descendants went to India and established a colony (community). The Hindus call them Parsees, meaning Persian. Up to now, their number reached 100 thousand people. They live in India, especially near Bombay. Zoroastrianism alone does not disappear entirely in Iran. Until now, the number of followers in Iran reached 20 thousand people. In The Miracle 15 in 1 Syaamil Al-Qur'an mentioned, Majusi is a term in Islam for followers who follow Zoroastrian religion (Zarathustra) from Persia, Iran. Zarathustra overhauls Indo-European religion. The gods are lowered to an angelic degree, while God is considered to be one, Ahura Mazda.In the Cosmos war, Ahura Mazda is always fighting with a ruler of darkness named Ahriman. Ahriman was later adopted by the Hebrews as Satan, Satan, Azazil, or Lucifer. At the beginning of Islam's rise, Majusi was a teaching spread among the Persians. This doctrine even became the official religion of the Sassanian dynasty since the mid-3rd century BC ..
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