Potencials and dimensions of Uraman crisis in the Nasseris era (1268-1287 AH)
At the end of Bani Ardalan's government, one of the most important events of Kurdistan was Uraman regional unrests.Due to the importance of this region in the neighborhood of the Ottoman borders, the security of the region in the Qajars era was one of the concerns of Kurdistan rulers and the central government. However, between1268 to 1287 AH some cases of unrest in Uraman region have been reflected in historical sources.These insecurities occurred coincidently with the late years of the Ardalans' local government and the appointment of Farhad Mirza Motamedaddoleh as the governor of Kurdistan.It seems Uraman crisis and its management and its restraining has been totally affected by multiple factors such as Uraman governors' local authoritarianism, misguided policies and infirmity of the Ardalans' local government, and finally exerting centralization by central government in the Naseris era.And unlike some analysis, it couldn't be true to expect there were Subversive motives or ethnocentric dimensions or even a link between the crisis and the Constitutional Movement. Motamedaddoleh was appointed as the governor of Kurdistan to manage and control the crisis in Uraman and to accomplish security based policies of central government in the Naseris era.Motamedaddoleh accompanied by expeditionary forces from the central government could overcome and control the crisis by a violent manner over a short period of time.This didn't necessarily mean fading potentials and consequences of the crisis, and it couldn't even mean the central government woul
Research Journal of Iran Local Histories, Volume:7 Issue:13, 2019
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