No. 601    |    17 September 2023


The 343rd Night of Memoir-4

The 343rd Night of Memoir was held on Thursday 26th of January 2022 in the Surah Hall of the Art Center with the presence of a group of soldiers and families of the Malik Ashtar Battalion of the Muhammad Rasoolullah (pbuh) Army and honoring the memory of the martyrs of this battalion, especially the martyr Mohammad Reza Karvar. In this program, which was hosted by Davoud Salehi, the veteran and captures Mohammad Rostamifar, Saeed Tahuna and Nusratullah Akbari shared their memories.

The First Single Hymn Group

The events of the 8th of September and the condition of the people and martyrs of that day affected me a lot. I said that this incident should not be forgotten. I thought that this event should be kept current in peoples minds and tongues. The regime should not be able to finance this event and after some time the water will fall from the mill and it will run out and go away. I was looking at the coming months and years.

A cut from memoirs of Ayatollah Khalkhali

At three minutes past five in the afternoon on 8th of Shahrivar, 1360 (August 30, 1981), a tremendous sound echoed around the Majlis (parliament). Later it turned out that the sound had come from the Prime Minister Office. The Majlis lawmakers, who had a meeting that evening and the meeting had not yet started, rushed out when they heard the sound, and I, myself, witnessed the flames coming from the windows and in the northern part of the prime ministers building.

Khuzestan Judicial Organization of the Armed Forces:

The Oral History of Holy Defense

Narrated by Hojjatul-Islam Mohammad Niazi

Khuzestan Judicial Organization of Armed Forces: The Oral History of Holy Defense Narrated by Hojjatul-Islam Mohammad Niazi, was published by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and the Center for Documents and Research of Holy Defense, with attempt of Yahya Niazi in 2022. The design of the cover represents the collection of oral history of the holy defense done at this center. This center has used a single graphic design (in different color) ...

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Da (Mother)

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


I said, “I stayed, well, to help the wounded and bury the dead.”

Nothing I said convinced them. I didn’t have the stomach to stick a rifle in their backs and force them out. I took an old woman by the hand and begged, “For God’s sake, leave. 

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