No. 241    |    21 February 2016


A narrative of popular struggles in Ardestān and Zavareh

Books and announcements and news

At the March 1960, in Amiran neighborhood of the city Zavareh, I was born in a religious Sadat Hosseini family. I went to school at the age of five years old and because I was seen talented, enrolled in first grade. After successfully passed elementary school and receiving sixth degree (certification), I got into high school.

Isfahan Student’s Movement (7)

An interview with Mohammad Ali Haj Moniri

Mohammad Fadaee was among those who were fired from the university. According to the charges taken against Mohammad Fadaee, he was a given a verdict in the first year of the university who was fired for ever. Ali Enayat Zadeh and Abdolreza Abolhassan Choubdar were sentenced to one year of exclusion from education. Mohammad Ali Haji Moniri was the fourth one.

Interview with Valiollah Ahmadi

I met Imam at Pahlavi prison

Valiollah Ahmadi, 72, has a thick voice that betrays an enormous bulk of life experiences in his chest. He walks with a stick and never shaves the smile on his face. He lives in an old neighborhood in the central western city of Arak and is spending his retirement with his wife. He is but an active man and never misses a religious gathering.

Launch of Memoirs of Fattah Mohammadi

Writing Memoirs with Oral History Approach

The book was published by the support of Culture and Sustainability Study and Art Department of Kohgiluyeh and BoyerAhmad Provinces by Soreye Mehr Publication as a first edition. Mitra Rafiyi has compiled memoirs of Dr. Fattah Mohammadi during the war imposed by Iraq in “Fattah” book.

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Air Raid to Al-Waleed (9‎)‎
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


Second unsuccessful Operation

We came close to the Nowruz. With some changes in the plan and leading of Lt. Col. Qasim Pourgolchin, then-commander of Hamedan air base, it was supposed that the pilots for eight aircrafts and two reserve pilots to be determined and the mission to be performed for second time.

First Lt. Pilot Fereidoun Mazandarani, who was busy serving along with pilot Aziz Bozorgnia in the Bonyad Shahid of Air Force to deal with families of martyrs, captives and missing persons, says:

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