No. 547    |    16 August 2022
   

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The sixth virtual meeting of oral history of Iran

Methods of Compiling and Writing Oral History – 2

The 6th oral history meeting was held at the clubhouse and the historians room on Saturday, January 15, 2021, under the direction of Dr. Mehdi Farahani Monfared and performed by Mrs. Musfa. In this meeting, Dr. Abolfazl Hassanabadi, Dr. Habibullah Esmaili, Dr. Seyed Mahmoud Sadat Bidgholi, Dr. Javad Abbasi, Dr. Mehdi Abolhasani Targhee, Ali Mohammad Zamani, Dr. Ashraf, and Dr. Nazila Khalkhali spoke about editing and compiling of oral history.

An Excerpt of Manijeh Lashkari Memories

Eight years had been passed; eight years with no news and wait. Air Force told: “Hossein Lashkari is alive.” Foundation of Martyrs told: “it’s fifty-fifty,” because his name was not still in ICRC list. I was sure he was alive but waiting and loneness bothered me. Foundation of Martyrs, after four years of ignorance, informed wives of those who were missing in action that they can marry.

Hunger Strike in Vatican, Paris in Support for Imam Khomeini

In protest against the restrictions imposed on the Imam by the Iraqi Baathist regime, [1356 (1976)], the Islamic associations of the students in Europe took several actions. Among these activities, two hunger strikes were organized in the Vatican and Saint Mary Church in Paris. Although we knew that they do not allow political activities in the Vatican, it was planned in such a way that the guys would enter there dispersedly and ...

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Da (Mother)

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

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On that day our next-door neighbors were having a circumcision ceremony. Mohsen went up on the roof to watch. 


 
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