No. 493    |    22 June 2021


Lord, I Agree with what Better Your Opinion Is!

Being Submission and alienated are problems that had plagued many governments in contemporary Iranian history, especially since the Qajar dynasty came to power. The result of the problems, which became more severe in the first and second Pahlavi era, caused that many colonialists came to the country and interfered in all affairs of society. During the Pahlavi era, this problem went ahead so far as to involve foreign embassies in the appointment of prime ...

Parts of the memoirs of Hujjat al-Islam Khorasani

Opposition to Bani-Sadr

I have been against Bani-Sadr since the day he was elected president because I did not see him in the path of the Imam and the system. Bani-Sadr had shown himself as a revolutionary man that everyone was forced to agree with him and even no one could say something against him openly. But before Bani-Sadrs hypocrisy became apparent, and at the height of his popularity, we spoke out against him wherever we could, ...

Oral History Training

Ethics in Interviewing

Following the articles in the field of "Interview Training", which began with "A good Start", now to the topic of "Ethics in Interviewing" is addressed. Sometimes the interviewer may face various ethical challenges during interviewing or later in transcribing, compiling, using the photos. These challenges are likely to occur at any stage of interviewing, so typically they would be very divers. In other words, each interview probably creates its own ethical issues and challenges, ...

324th Night of Memory -1

Martyr Chamran Jeremiad for Seyyed-e Azadegan

The 324th Night of Memory session was held in person in the open area of Hozeh Honari on Thursday, May 27, 2021. In this program, Engineer Mehdi Chamran, Hojjatoleslam Mohammad Hassan Abu Torabifard and Mr. Saeed Owhadi expressed their memories. This night of memory in which the book "Salam Aqa Seyyed (Hello Sir Sayyid)" was also unveiled was organized by Davood Salehi. At the beginning of the session, Colonel Azadeh (liberated) Ahmad Heidari recited verses of Sura Al-Qadr by retelling ...

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SABAH (65)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019


After construction of bridge on Bahman-Shir and our progress on the opposite bank of the river, we were more settled in the area. The other side of the river was also considered as Zolfaghari front. Army forces with the help of Jahad Fars members had constructed a few lines of dykes distancing three four meters from each other to fight with Iraqis. 

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