The formation of civilization in the village of “Fahraj” in Yazd is attributed to 5000 years ago. It is known as the starting point and birth of Islam in Yazd. Accordingly, in the attack of Lashkar-e-Islam on Yazd and in pursuit of Yazdgerd III – the last Sassanid ruler – with the ambush of the Zoroastrian and Jewish people of the three villages of Fahraj, Khoydak and Farafar; The commanders of Lashkar-e-Abi Abdullah ibn Ahmad ibn Abu al-Lisar ibn Abdullah ibn Tamimi and Hawitab ibn Hani were martyred and buried in this area, where a ruler, monastery, school and mosque were built for them in the later periods of Yazd. /
This unique endowment collection from the beginning of the history of Islam in Yazd, which is also registered in the list of national monuments, is located on the outskirts of Fahraj village, but According to Dehyar Fahraj, despite numerous follow-ups, the area is still not part of the village and therefore a share of Dehyari credits cannot be spent on it.