No. 277    |    21 November 2016


"Mardane Mahtab (Moonlight Men)" and Anonymous jihadists

In the book "Mardane Mahtab" Some memories are also about jihadi activities in rural areas. Abbas Beigmohammadvand in part of his memoirs mentions it: "Jihad with conviction and heart was serving the villagers. Wherever we went we improved there. We formed in the village Islamic Councils. Livestock and poultry were vaccinated. Carpets and rugs Knitting has been agreed in principle and steps to improve the situation of the villagers were taken one after another. "

In an interview with Mahmoud Farhang

Some Parts of Oral History in the Field of Sacred Defense Theatre (I)

In this interview, we talk about the memoirs of Mahmoud Farhang who was born in 1953 in Hamedan, and he is writer, the theater director and critic. One who has been active in the field of sacred defense, and he always hopes that, by the development of artists, the fame of the great man of Sacred Defense will be spread over the world. In the interview of Oral History with Mahmoud Farhang, plans, events and people are discussed that it can be as a beginning of the development of Sacred Defense Theatre in oral history.

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Seyyed of Quarters 15 (6)

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


The next day I packed my holdـall and went to dispatching base. I hid myself away from Moghadam’s and others’ eyes and stealthy got on the bus and sat down into the seat of the second last row, right over the rear tires of bus.

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