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1- Assistant Professor of History , asadpour22@gmail.com
2- Ph.D. Student of history
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The People's revolt of Neyriz Fars and Subordinate villages in the Nasserite era, which considered itself a follower of Bábism sect, is one of the most important social and political events in the local history of Persia and southern Iran, which has been less studied. Due to the presence of Seyyed Yahya Darabi at the head of this uprising, its importance has never been considered by researchers and incidentally, due to the presence of Seyyed Yahya Darabi at the head of it, its importance has diminished, although Darabi belonged to the Bábism sect. But the color of the smell of the People's revolt of Neyriz and his movement in Neyriz was mainly class and social, which was formed on the basis of the general movement of the people. The majority of the people of Neyriz participated in this social movement, especially in the villages, which included artisan farmers and workers.
In this research, an attempt has been made to study the various dimensions of the People's revolt of Neyriz Fars and also the role of Seyyed Yahya Darabi in Neyriz and the events that took place in this city in the shadow of this movement. Therefore, the main question of the research is what were the main grounds for the formation of the People's revolt of Neyriz Fars? And how did Seyyed Yahya Darabi take over its leadership? The research tries to find the answer to the research question by using the library study method and relying on the descriptive-analytical method. The central hypothesis of this research is that the accumulation of tens of years of demands of the people of Neyriz and their poverty and helplessness needed a spark that Yahya Darabi lit that spark.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: History
Published: 2022/09/22

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