Statue of , the powerful ruler, at Naderi Museum Nader Shah by the late 1730s.
Paul Clinton of wrote "at its worst, it's blatantly racist, using Arabs as cartoon-cutout bad guys".
Iran's regional policy is directly controlled by the office of the Supreme Leader with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' task limited to protocol and ceremonial occasions.
Under the reign of in the 18th century, Iran once again became a major world power, though by the 19th century a with led to significant territorial losses.
And he did precisely what I claim and what he said he intended.