No. 512    |    16 November 2021


A review of book "An Unknown Hero"

Oral History of a Captive Veteran Khosrow Adamnejad Ghafoor

Najmuddin Asadi conducted the interview, research, and compilation of the book entitled "An Unknown Hero" for the general directorate of Preservation of Relics and Publication of the Values of the Sacred Defense in West Azerbaijan. The 500 copies of the book have been published in a ministerial edition with a price of 400,000 Rial (Iranian currency) and have entered the book market. The book has a beautiful cover design, and after a four-page table of contents that ...

327th Session of Night of Memory - 1

The Impact of Ashura on Morale of Warriors

The 327th Session of Memory Night with the theme of "Muharram in War" presented by Hossein Behzadifar was held at Ayatollah Khamenei Mosque on Thursday, August 26, 2021. In this session Messrs. Hossein Estiri and Mohammad Reza Golshani expressed their memories. This session was broadcast on the net in social media of Night of Memory and Hozeh Honari. At the beginning of his remarks, the presenter introduced the first narrator and said: ...

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SABAH (84)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019

Chapter Twenty One

My greatest motivation for staying in Tehran was to find a chance to visit Imam Khomeini.

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