No. 577    |    14 March 2023


Changing the Governor

I was invited to Tabriz University in Ramadhan (August-September) 1979. Firstly, a member of Islamic Association, Mr. Ahamad Khorram invited me {Hujjat al-Islam Hassan Hassanzadeh Kashmari}; it was supposed to speak from the pulpit in Qazi Mosque that SAVAK prevented. Finally, I had to go to Tabriz University to give a speech. Then they said, “you should have a letter from Mr. Shariatmadari.” After that, we had a private meeting with Muslim brothers of Tabriz University ...

A section from the book A Soldier Forever

A Narration about the Badr Operation

After several small operations, the Badr operation began. The operation was carried out in complete secrecy and even we, who were often informed about the news of the front and the war and during the attacks, did not know the least about this operation. Later, we heard from the Basij and militants who participated in the reconnaissance of this operation, that they took some loyal Basij and Islamic Revolutionary Gurds Corps (IRGC), but they did not return them.

Oral History Workshop – 15

Book engineering

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The 337th Session of ‘Night of Memorials’ - 1

“Closed Door Period”

The 337th Session of ‘Night of Memorials’ was held on Thursday, July 28, 2022, titled ‘Closed Door Period’, in the Soureh Hall of the Hozeh Honari, performed by Davoud Salehi. "Haj Seyed Ali Akbar Abutorabi" and witnesses of the Mersad operation attended this event. Honoring the memory of martyr Abbas Babaei, who was martyred in August 1987, the host stated: “Two important events related to the front and the war in August are the focus of the 337th Session of Night Memorials.

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Da (Mother) 38

The Memoirs of Seyyedeh Zahra Hoseyni

Seyyedeh Zahra Hoseyni

Translated from the Persian with an Introduction by Paul Sprachman

Persian Version (2008)

Sooreh Mehr Publishing House

English Version (2014)

Mazda Publishers


Nine: The Death of Father

We arrived in Khorramshahr around 4:00 p.m. I got out of the van on Revolution Avenue and headed straight for the Congregational Mosque.

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