There are several reports in the form of first and second-hand accounts from Mollasara incident which led to the collapse of the Jangal Movement. This incident has been mainly recounted by two types of narrators: those reporting it by considering the events prior to and concurrent with it and others who have analyzed it in terms of its consequences or have only taken concomitant events into account. The narratives of both these groups, accompanied by some sort of leniency or superficiality, have caused ambiguity in the identification of the perpetrators, persons or factions, of the incident. The present study thus aims to examine the reports of Mollasara incident and the assassination of Haydar Khan Amo-oghli. The results of this descriptive-analytical examination show that although each report has its own defects, the incident could have been a function of deliberate or unwanted participation of various factions associated with the Jangal Movement. It appears that the offenders of Mollasara incident had something to do with the murder of Haydar Khan Amo-oghli and that the role of the agents of the British government is more noticeable than others.
- حق عضویت دریافتی صرف حمایت از نشریات عضو و نگهداری، تکمیل و توسعه مگیران میشود.
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