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    • Parizad Moradi a poetess from Bushehr
    • Parizad Moradi was born in Harmik Village, city of Jam, in the southern Province of Bushehr in 1964. Although she has not undergone any academic training, she is a poetess. She pens lyrics that ...
    • Mirza Kouchak Khan: Freedom Fighter, Justice-Seeker
    • Among the historical monuments of Rasht city in Gilan province, the tomb of Mirza Kouchak Khan Jangali reminds us of the struggles of a freedom fighter to protect Iran against the machinations of colonial powers. The map of the building is rooted in ...
    • Martyr Kharrazi in the Words of Martyr Avini
    • As you cross the channel connecting the enemy’s trenches to each other, you will get to “the Commander,” the flag-bearer. You could recognize him by his empty right sleeve. What am I saying? His delicate face and pleasant laughter are ...
    • A Few Recollections of Martyr Kharrazi
    • Two days before he was martyred, Hussein said: “I have completely prepared myself for martyrdom.” Upon being informed that the car delivering food for the troops had been struck by the enemy’s bullets, he, who had a ...
    • The Wills of Martyr Kharrazi
    • I plead to the people to support the Leader under all circumstances. The way of our martyrs is the way of righteousness; I beg them to forgive me and intercede for me on the Judgment Day and I beseech God to ...
    • The Words and Will of Martyr Kharrazi
    • We are the soldiers of Imam Hussein (PBUH), so we have to fight like Imam Hussein (PBUH) did. If we are to visit Imam Hussein’s shrine, we must prayer: ...
    • Words of the Leader on Martyr Kharrazi
    • The great commander of Islam, the flag-bearer of holy war and martyrdom, the martyr brother, Haj Hussein Kharrazi, has left us to reunite with Allah Almighty. He journeys to the vast firmament of martyrdom and will be ...
    • A Short Biography of Martyr Hossain Kharrazi:(Part 1)
    • On a Muharram Friday, in 1957, Hussein Kharrazi was born in one of Isfahan’s poor neighborhoods, “Kooy-e Kalem.” Intelligence and courteousness were his striking traits in his childhood and it was in this very period of his life that he would follow ...
    • Martyrdom of Abbas Babaei
    • Since Babaei was very efficient, competent and committed to his responsibilities during his services in Isfahan Air Base, he was given a promotion and was assigned the rank of colonel on November 30, 1983. He became the ...
    • Babaei as Commander of the Air Base
    • When the modern aircrafts F-14 were purchased by the Air Force, Babaei, who was among the intelligent and skillful pilots who used to fly with F-5 fighter jets and some other pilots were chosen to fly with the F-14 fighter jets. So he was transferred ...
    • Parvin and Agony of Father’s Death
    • What I was always afraid of and tried to evade thinking about happened to me ultimately. It was just few days that my aunt had passed away and I was worried; my aunt’s death had left a ...
    • Parvin: Sympathy with Poor
    • When at a party I came across a girl who was wearing a poor dress and didnt intermingle with others, it would rend my heart and cause the tears roll down my cheeks. I felt that the girl is ...
    • Parvin: A Poem about Orphanage
    • One day I was passing by a shanty house, when I heard a childish moan; chasing the sound, I entered the shanty house. There was a humid, damp basement. I came across a little girl who had crouched in a corner of the basement and was ...
    • Parvin: liberation of bird from cage
    • I was indeed a captive bird that was liberated from the cage after divorce and flew to Tehran in relief. It was nine months after leaving Kermanshah that I officially divorced from my husband. Although I was liberated and freed, I felt ...
    • Parvin’s Rebirth
    • When my divan was published and the poem readers accessed it, according to my friends and relatives, Tehran encountered a great wonder. A woman had entered the realm of poetry, with firm, durable and beautiful poems. And all these were composed by a ...
    • Parvin’s divorce
    • Since childhood I had been brought up at a home which was a cradle of knowledge and literature. I had been raised among the books, but all of a sudden at the age of twenty-eight when I was ...
    • Parvin’s Marriage: The Captive Bird
    • Although I had put twenty-eight springs behind, I didnt like to get married. But my father and other family members insisted me to get married and settle down. Finally they forced me to marry my cousin. My cousin was ...
    • Parvin and Love – 2
    • One day a friend of mine asked me: “Have you fallen in love in your childhood too?” My friend’s question shocked me and I just ...
    • Parvin and Love – 1
    • Those days the only thing I didnt think of was marriage. I didnt know at all what love was. I really didn’t know. I am honest. Oh, no, it isnt so. There is something I have to confess. I had known love at the age of seven or eight, that is, ...
    • Parvin Etesami’s Divan
    • I had put my twenties behind and still wished to publish the collection of my poems. It was such a strange time those days and the condition of we the girls and women was so strange and unpleasant. I remember that ...
    • Parvin Invited to Join the Ministry of Education
    • When I graduated from the American School, Madam Soler asked me to join the school and teach the students. I accepted the offer and stayed for two years. During the two years I worked as a teacher and ...
    • Parvin Etesami: The Sapling of Aspiration
    • In the American Girl’s School of Tehran, besides the English and Persian language and literature, I learned other things too, adding to my treasury of knowledge. The school was ...
    • Parvin: Sweetest Day of My Life
    • The day my first poem was published was the sweetest day of my life. I felt that I was walking on the clouds, everything was beautiful and ...
    • Parvin’s First Poem
    • I knew that the boy who broke his water pot was suffering from orphanage – a bad pain. I was thanking God a thousand times every day for having a kind father. He was a scholar, writer and poet. He was a ...
    • Martyrdom of Dr. Shahriari
    • On Monday morning, 29th November 2010, Dr. Majid Shahriari, a renowned Iranian nuclear scientist, was attacked in Artesh blvd, Tehran, and was martyred. He was a lecturer ...
    • The Solitary Girl – 3
    • One day when I was returning home from school along with a friend, I came across an event which brought about a sea change in me. I saw a ten-, twelve-year-old lad, sitting and sobbing, while tears were rolling down his cheeks. Just like a ...
    • The Solidary Girl – 2
    • Loneliness and solitariness was a blessing for me, for in loneliness I could realized myself better and didnt like at all to waste my time by talking and quarrelling with other girls. How could I consider my classmates my confidantes? While they liked ...
    • The Solitary Girl -1
    • Days, weeks and months were coming and going and I was gradually growing bigger and bigger. My poems too just like myself were becoming taller and greater. My father had gotten me enrolled in the ...
    • Parvin Etesami’s Autobiography
    • He left and I thought that my being became full of uncomposed poems, I went towards the orchard, my shrunken shadow followed me. When I was talking to Bahar, I had totally forgotten my shadow. I said: ...
    • Parvin Etesmai in her own words-5
    • The sun was dragging itself towards the middle of the sky silently and voicelessly. Those few patches of clouds had mounted the horse of wind and had descended the mountain. I guessed they were coming towards ...
    • Parvins poem on Ants
    • I inspected the route of an ant to find its nest.. Its nest was a small hole near the pomegranate tree. Some soft, sieved soil was on the side of its nest. A big stone was ...
    • Parvin Etesami Autobiography-3 (Bahar)
    • My shadow was sitting beside me, gazing at me. It was silent. Perhaps it too was waiting for Bahar to come and just like me see him. Perhaps my shadow too wanted to read ...
    • Parvin Etesami in Her Own Words-1
    • Spring with all its fragrance and freshness had arrived in the orchard of our house. As if a chunk of spring had just fallen into our yard. The smell of Farvardin [first Iranian calendar month] had permeated everywhere. There was a warm and ...
    • The Person behind the Bombing Arrested
    • The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Intelligence Ministry announced on December 11, 2010 that it has managed to arrest the person behind the bombing. In this connection, the televised confessions made by ...
    • Assassination of Ali-Muhammadi
    • The public relations department of the University of Tehran issued a message of condolence following the bomb blast that led to the martyrdom of Dr. Ali-Muhammadi. The statement read that the enemies of Islam and the revolution must know that ...