No. 526    |    22 February 2022


The 332nd Night of Memory- 2

The 332nd Night of memory was held on Thursday, January 27, 2022, in the presence of the defense staff of the Air Force of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Soureh Hall of the Arts Center, by Davood Salehi. In this ceremony, Brigadier General Ibrahim Merati, Colonel Khosrow Khatib Ghavami, and Colonel Seyed Ahmad Kia narrated their memories. The second narrator of the program was Colonel Khosrow Khatib Ghavami, born in the February ...

Put the burden of the revolution on my shoulders to carry it so that I get target!

Documentary Narration of the Life of Fatimah Homayoun Based on Oral History

"He had been attending in meetings held by Ayatollah Beheshti for some time. In these meetings, little by little, her own speechs content was changed. One day she brought home some forbidden books, one of which was Ayatollah Khomeinis treatise. Through these meetings, Fatimah became aware of Ayatollah Khomeini, ...

Post-Revolution Iran in International Arena

Unfortunately, no serious work has been carried out in international arena neither about the revolution nor about the war. After the revolution, some countries have become sensitive toward Iran and were terrified of Iran. Due to anti-Iran propaganda, the facts and realities were turned upside down and no opportunity were given to Iran’s propaganda. Of course, since the new government had just been set up, our organizations were still unskilled. In foreign ministry, the revolutionary forces ...

Dr. Shariati Funeral in London

I was in Bochum (a city in the west of Germany) at that time. From Stuttgart, Mr. Nawab phoned and reported Dr. Shariatis death. Well, it was very shocking for us. Mr. Nawab suggested that we should go to London soon because there were whispers. Indeed, the SAVAK and the regimes propaganda organs had reported Dr. Shariatis death in the newspapers and implicitly said that the body was to come to Tehran and that a funeral would be held.

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SABAH (98)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019


If until that day we had forty fifty patients in the hospital, at that time we attended three hundred four hundred patients. All the inactive wards of the upper floor were opened and used. One should see our faces.

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