No. 239    |    7 February 2016


To be Unveiled:

Mosul Prison: Encyclopedia of Memories

"Ali Asghar is closely dependent on his wife which brought her so much pain in Iran while her husband was being kept at an Iraqi detention camp," Kamvar said. The couple exchanged many letters during Ali Asghar's imprisonment and both tried to calm the other one down and encourage them to remain strong and resort to the Lord for helping them walk past the hardships of those years.

Industrial and Mining Development Bank of Iran (3)

Narrated by Ali Zirak Nejad

News would spread around and it was not possible to hide anything. It was a modest and honest environment and we didn’t have much of a monitoring or attendance system. There were no machines to print time cards or register fingerprints.

An interview with Mohammadali Hajimoniri

Isfahan Student’s Movement (5)

We had a plan to read the books with priority of prerequisites that needed to be studied first. I remember that there also were some leftist books in the course of study that we studied them, and we also had a reason to do it, and it was to know their stories and thoughts to use them in discussions.

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Air Raid to Al-Waleed (7)‎
The Story of Demolishing Fighters and the Equipment in Al-Waleed Triple Military Bases ‎Known as H-3‎

By: Brigadier General Ahmad Mehrnia
Tehran, Sooreh Mehr Publications Company
‎2010 (Persian Version)‎
Translated by: Zahra Hosseinian



The first step of operation was an impeccable planning. Thinking about possible threats in the rout, how to refuel at very low altitude, type of required ammunition, finding the best possible pilots, protection of plan not to leak out, the most suitable static place for tankers, how bombers contact with tankers without using radio conversation, and many other technical and non-technical issues had engaged the small group of plan for a long time.

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