No. 507    |    12 October 2021

Memories of Sardar Sayyid Rahim Safavi of the Days of War

I who was in charge of commanding the Kurdistan Revolutionary Guard Corps until end of Mehr 1359 SH (October 1980); with the onset of war and critical situation of war zones, especially in Khuzestan region, after 34 days since the beginning of the war, ordered by Maj. Gen. Yousef Kolahdooz, deputy of chief commander of the Revolutionary Guards, we went to Khuzestan along with one hundred and a few IRGC brothers, ...

Book review:


Memoirs of combatants of Lorestan province from the eight years of sacred defense narrated by Ismaeel Sepahvand

Baladchi or Pathfinder is the self-written oral history of the combatants of Lorestan province, which is narrated from the perspective and mind of Ismaeel Sepahvand. The first volume of Baladchi deals with the birth to Operation Valfajr 9 in seven chapters. In the first chapter, the reader watches Ismaeels childhood.

The 325th Night of Memory -2

Memories of a Mourning Ceremony at the Mirjavah Border Regiment

The 325th Night of Memory program was held in person on the Thursday of 23rd July 2021, in the open space of the Arts Center, with the performance of Davood Salehi. In this program, some recounted their memories with the subject of border guards of the police force, such as the 2nd Brigadier General of the Revolutionary Guards, Jalal Setareh who is Deputy Commander of the Naja Border Command, Colonel Abolghasem Khatami who is Deputy Minister of ...

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SABAH (79)

Memoirs of Sabah Vatankhah

Interviewed and Compiled by Fatemeh Doustkami

Translated by Natalie Haghverdian

Published by Soore Mehr Publishing Co.

Persian Version 2019


A few days after joining emergency ward, Fatemeh Bandari and Noosheen Najar came and said: “Please talk to the manager so that we can also join this hospital. 

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