British Colonialism and Iran

"British Colonialism and Iran" is a collection of articles presented in a conference which is called the same as the book. The mentioned conference was held on 15 October 2008 in Allameh Amini Auditorium in Tehran University. This conference was a step toward reviewing recounting the principles of the manner of the British colonialists. The preset book is a collection of the papers received by secretariat of the conference. The first part of this collection consists of the lectures and roundtable discussions. It includes the lecture of Dr. Farhad Rahbar, the chancellor of Tehran University, The lecture of Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, the head of constituent assembly and, the lecture of Dr. Shapour Ravasani. The final session of the conference consisted of a roundtable discussion called "The role of Britain in the emergence and the establishment of Pahlavi regime". Quite a few frontiers in the field attended this session such as Dr. Ahmad Naghib Zadeh, Abbas Salimi Namin, Dr. Abdolreza Houshang Mahdavi, Mojtaba Soltani, Ghasim Tabrizi, and Syed Majid Tafreshi.  The second part of this collection is dedicated to the papers which were sent to the secretariat of the conference and were presented briefly on the conference day. These articles are presented in alphabetical order.

 Translated by: Jairan Gahan

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Part of memoirs of Seyed Hadi Khamenei

The Arab People Committee

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Kak-e Khak

The book “Kak-e Khak” is the narration of Mohammad Reza Ahmadi (Haj Habib), a commander in Kurdistan fronts. It has been published by Sarv-e Sorkh Publications in 500 copies in spring of 1400 (2022) and in 574 pages. Fatemeh Ghanbari has edited the book and the interview was conducted with the cooperation of Hossein Zahmatkesh.

Is oral history the words of people who have not been seen?

Some are of the view that oral history is useful because it is the words of people who have not been seen. It is meant by people who have not been seen, those who have not had any title or position. If we look at oral history from this point of view, it will be objected why the oral memories of famous people such as revolutionary leaders or war commanders are compiled.

Daily Notes of a Mother

Memories of Ashraf-al Sadat Sistani
They bring Javad's body in front of the house. His mother comes forward and says to lay him down and recite Ziarat Warith. His uncle recites Ziarat and then tells take him to the mosque which is in the middle of the street and pray the funeral prayer (Ṣalāt al-Janāzah) so that those who do not know what the funeral prayer is to learn it.