No. 522    |    25 January 2022


How Ayatollah Qazi Was Martyred

Using a flashlight, we found two bullet shells of the four bullets. Then we got in the police car and went to Sina Hospital. A crowd had gathered in front of the hospital. No one from the people or the committee forces was allowed to go upstairs. I went upstairs and saw that Dr. Milani and Dr. Sarkhani were also there, and Mr. Yekta stood in the middle of the corridor. I saw Ayatollah Qazi in the operating room, ...

A review of the book "Bazidar"

War in the Narration of an Iraqi Citizen, Seyyed Abbas Mousavi

The word "Bazidar" means a pigeon that spins and hangs in the infinite blue of the sky in its beautiful and artistic flight in such a moment that it amazes the eyes, tongue, and heart of every observer. There is little life scene of such pigeons, of these people ... The [above-mentioned] text is a brief description of the title of the book that we encounter before the relatively large text of the memoirs of Seyyed Abbas Mousavi.

Young people fight against corruption centers in Shahroud

[Traveling to Aliabad and meeting with Ayatollah Madani] We along with the friends decided to step up our activities and make our protests more public about the citys corruption. During the operation, we were supposed to target several specific places, including two movie theaters in the city called Iran and Moulin Rouge, and at least break their windows, and if we could, set them on fire. This was the plan of religious guy but later,

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SABAH (94)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019


On one side we had lost Khorramshahr and on the other hand we lost Jahan Ara. The sweetness of breaking of siege of Abadan turned into bitterness for us. My mother and I started crying loudly. 

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