No. 428    |    12 February 2020
   

An Interview with Hussein Shah-Hosseini:

The Execution of Anti-British Minister by the US Supporter

Seyed Hossein Fatemi was executed in Tehran on November 10 in 1954, a year after a joint British-American coup against a national government in Iran. Fatemi, 37 years old, who, according to Chromit Roosevelt, one of the planners of August 18 coup, was sentenced to death by order of king before being arrested. After the coup, it was secret until February 24 in 1954, when he was arrested by Colonel Molavi.

The 310th Night of Memory – 1

He sacrificed his life for revolution, Islam and Iranian nation

Islamic Republic, values and Velayat-e Faqih are legacies of Imam Khomeini

According to the website of Iranian Oral History, the 310th program of the Night of Memory of the Sacred Defense was held in Sooreh Hall of the Art Center on Thursday evening, 23rd of January 2020. In this show, Hojjat al-Eslam Ali Shirazi, Morteza Sarhangi, and Majid Yusefzadeh recounted their memoirs about Haj Qassem Soleimani and defense in Syria. The first narrator of the show was the Representative of the Leader of Islamic ...

Part-4: "The 12th Conference of Iranian Oral History"

Ali Tatari: The Need for Scientific Attention to the Role of Women in the War; Without Heroism

In a review of the article "Role of Isfahan Women Islamic Development and Training Center in Helping Fronts During Sacred Defense" Dr. Ali Tatari said: "One point still remains incomplete in the field of the war and that is addressing role of women in the war. In Gilan-e Gharb, Kermanshah and Khuzestan, we have war figures and heroines and we only talk about back of the front. Although there has been some documentation, ...

Necessity of Paying Attention to the Local History of the Islamic Revolution in the Villages

Writing and compiling the history of the Islamic Revolution is one of the important issues which must be addressed, and if neglected, it will result in cultural disruption. It should be noted, of course, that biased writing of history will have negative consequences, and that the history of the revolution should be narrated as it was. In this regard, not engaging in writing is as harmful as exaggerating or negligence in viewing and recording events.

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Thirsty Sands (Part 27)

Jafar Rabiei

Design: Ali Vaziri

First published in 1991

Publishing House, Islamic Propagation Organization

Printed at the Aryan

 

Often they would secretly enter the sleeping hall in the middle of the night and start beating the POWs with all the force at their command. We did not of course have any hope that our officials in our country knew about these treatments, let alone the international bodies. 


 
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