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seneca Post time: 2017-7-1 08:13
We know you are confused and do not know that Mongolia is a distinct country independent of China ...
A lesson in history, just for you:
The Mongol force which invaded southern China was far greater than the force they sent to invade the Middle East in 1256.
The Mongol invasions induced population displacement on a scale never seen before in central Asia as well as eastern Europe...
The Mongols conquered, the areas today known as Iran, Iraq, Syria, Caucasus and parts of Turkey, with further Mongol raids reaching southwards into the Palestine region as far as Gaza in 1260 and 1300. The major battles were the Siege of Baghdad (1258), when the Mongols sacked the city, which for 500 years had been the center of Islamic power, and the Battle of Ain Jalut in 1260, when the Muslim Kipchak Mamluks were able to stop the Mongol advance at Ain Jalut in the southern part of the Galilee, which was the first time the Mongol advances had been decisively stopped.
Large areas of Islamic Central Asia and northeastern Iran were seriously depopulated, as every city or town that resisted the Mongols was subject to destruction. Each soldier was required to execute a certain number of persons, with the number varying according to circumstances. For example, after the conquest of Urgench, each Mongol warrior – in an army group that might have consisted of two tumens (units of 10,000) – was required to execute 24 people.