No. 274    |    31 October 2016


From Tabriz to Syria with "Like Himself"

Do You Mean Hamzeh? That Abolfazl Lover Martyr

"Like Himself" is title of the book. It is the third volume of the book series of Shrine Defenders that has published by Revayat Fath Publications in order to describe part of life of people who went to Syria to defend shrine of Hazrat Zeinab (AS) and Syrian, and were martyred. The book narrates life of martyr Hemed Javani. He was born in 1990 that two times went to Syria and wounded in his hands and eyes due to exploding cannonball, went into a Coma and finally was martyred.

Interview with war veterans of Art Center (3)

Dowlatkhah: Karbala (I) was my first and last operation

Farq Ali Dowlatkhah is one of the veterans of the eight-year Iraqi imposed war against Iran who was injured in the first operation he was present and still reviewing his memoris of those days in his mind and memory. The website of Iranian Oral History has conducted an interview with this war veteran.

Discussed in an interview with Hossein Zanjani

Concerns on the development of irregular monographs in the field of oral history

Hossein Nasrollah Zanjani is the cultural adviser to the General Director of the provinces and the Majlis in the field and has had his unique experience in ghost writing and supporting those active in the profession. An interview on the current status of memoirs with focus on the field of art was conducted.

We also reminisce about this city in the month of Aban (October

Along with Khorramshahr

On 3th June of every year, we say and write about Khorramshahr because it is a great day for freedom of the city. But the early days of the month Aban are reminiscent of Khorramshahr and high degree of strength of the defenders. That is why, we talk about four books relate to events of Khorramshahr during the years of Iraqi imposed war against Iran.

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Seyyed of Quarters 15 (3)

Memories of Iranian Released POW, Seyyed Jamal Setarehdan

Edited and Compiled by: Sassan Nateq

Tehran, Sooreh Mehr Publications Company

‎2016 (Persian Version)‎

Translated by: Zahra Hosseinian


Chapter 2

I was becoming a man

I saw the photo on the way of school. The photography shop was near Imam Intersection. I saw myself and my brother with clenched fists ahead of demonstrators, when I looked it carefully. The photographer had stuck a few photos on front glass and written a number under each one. I got into the shop excited. I gave the number of that photo and asked him to print it. "You can take it tomorrow." He said.

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