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Letters between Umar and Yazdegard are fakes

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Submitted by Giish (United States), Aug 19, 2011 at 20:46

Iranian nationalists, Zoroastrians and anti-Islamics have been going around and submitting these letters on various web sites. These are fakes and the British Museum does not have these letters. The writer mentions the London Museum which deals mainly with the City of London related items. Most of the Iranian Nationalists are not that well informed about the differences between the London and British Museums.

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