Talk:Ghazi I

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Do you think Ghazi's death could have grown into the seed of a major modern myth? Rather the way JFK's assassination is viewed by so many in the United States? Zahir 12:47, 16 June 2006 (PDT)

I should think it would only be locally. BoArthur 14:42, 16 June 2006 (PDT)

Yes, perhaps Ghazi's death could be that seed for a myth. When I wrote my proposal I didn't think much about it. Guess it's a good idea to exploit in future, as somekind of theory of conspiracy. Perhaps it could be a help for other possible arab SNORists even in other Middle East/North African countries. In fact I imagine Middle East *there* not exactly as an example of democracy and with that religious "climate" it could be a good place for such dictatorial ideologies.--Pedromoderno 17:33, 16 June 2006 (PDT)

Regarding the SNORist inspired regime, I would have assumed that it would based itself on either the shia or the sunnite sect since Snorism is sect-specific and not pan-christian. If the demography of iraaq is like *here*, that would mean shia. On the other hand, if the regime is supposed to be a paralel to the iraqi Ba'ath party *here*, it could be based on the sunni (presented as "the true historical faith of Iraaq" or something to that effect).--Marc Pasquin 12:02, 12 August 2006 (PDT)

I agree with you Marc. I will make later few changes regarding your observations. I think King Ghazi and his Ba'ath party would have some paralel to Ba'ath in Iraq *here* as the Hashemite are Sunni. But certainly it wouldn't be a secular/socialist inspired party.--Pedromoderno 13:27, 12 August 2006 (PDT)

The Arabic on the first line reads Hussayn bin Ghazi... Kyrmse 11:18, 28 September 2006 (PDT)
Thanks for the correction, Ronald. I'm not an arabic speaker, just stolen from Wikipedia separate words to form all that IB people's names.--Pedromoderno 11:21, 28 September 2006 (PDT)
It now reads Ghazi bin Hussayn. I'm sorry I can't help you further, being a (poor!) reader, not a writer, of Arabic - and certainly not one who can write Arabic on a wiki... Kyrmse 12:22, 21 December 2010 (UTC)
It now reads Ghazi ibn Faisal. OK if you don't mind the bin -> ibn. Kyrmse 11:44, 28 December 2010 (UTC)
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