No. 641    |    22 June 2024


Author of the Book "Afghanistan Little Moscow:

The Need to Narrate the Memories of the Fatemiyoun Martyrs from the Language of the Families

According to the oral history website, "A Night of Memoirs of Fatemiyoun Warriors and Martyrs in Isfahan" and the unveiling ceremony of the book "Afghanistan's Little Moscow" including the biography of the mother of martyr Ahmad Shakib Ahmadi, a martyr who defended the shrine ...

The 352nd Session of Memory Night-3

The 352nd session of memory night held in Hozeh Honari of Engelab-e Eslami, Sooreh Amphitheater on November 23, 2023. This part of the session is allocated to narration of champion fighter, Hajj Mohammad Talebi. In this meeting which was along with book launch of “Miandar”, Sardar (IRGC’s General) Asadollah Naseh, Doctor Musa Zare, and Hajj Mohammad Talebi narrated their memories.

Athletes who stayed behind

It was around 9 am [12th of Bahman 1357 – February 1, 1979]. A plane passed over our heads at the closest distance from the ground and as soon as the people saw the plane, shouted Allah-o Akbar (God is greater) and cheered. I was no exception to this rule. We thought that this was the plane carrying Imam Khomeini.

Nurse of Fav Hospital

“I didn’t see this event in Ayoubi Hospital, but I did in Fav Hospital exactly. At least once a day, we witnessed the flight of Iraqi jets from that area which came to strike the hospital. Of course, our forces poured so much dirt and sand on the concrete roof of the hospital that it became like a hill, and the guys could hardly understand the sound of the bomb and...

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Da (Mother) 102

The Memoirs of Seyyedeh Zahra Hoseyni

Seyyedeh Zahra Hoseyni

Translated from the Persian with an Introduction by Paul Sprachman

Persian Version (2008)

Sooreh Mehr Publishing House

English Version (2014)

Mazda Publishers


 She wanted to continue the conversation, but I didn’t have the patience for it. To be truthful, I wasn’t at all fond of her yammering. I told her several times, “Try to put up with it a little more; there are so many people here worse off than you and I. 

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