Ayatollah Seyyed Abdul-Hussein Dastgheib was born to a cleric and educated family in Shiraz in 1909. His father Seyyed Mohammad Taqi was in Karbala when he was born and since his birthday was coincident with Ashura named him Abdul-Hussein.
Azam Saberi Ghamsari was born on May 22, 1965 in Ghamsar city located near Kashan city. She got married with martyr Ghamsari in 1983. The result of their 9 years marriage is two children whose names are Reihaneh and Mahdi.
The Tehran Peace Museum regrets to announce the passing of friend and volunteer, Mr. Jahanshah Sadeghi. Mr. Sadeghi died of respiratory failure due to late toxic effects of Mustard Gas, on Monday March 16th in his hometown of Harsin, Kermanshah. He will be sadly missed by all of us here at the museum.
When I close my eyes and I think about my dad. Something like a foggy image is imagined on my eyes. It is the same as the sequence of the films that story champion is among the fogs and he moves slowly towards the camera and you wish to run towards him and to express all of your excitement to him, but my father is neither a hero in a movie, nor history or myth.
There are events that being so astonishing, might sound as unbelievable as fables and legends; but they are real. We have frequently seen or heard about such incidents in our time and one of the most beautiful ones is martyrdom of Basiji volunteer teenager Hossien Fahmideh.
He liked to be martyred in the way of God. Before his martyrdom he had tested the greatness of martyrdom for several times. He had some visits with divine love and he felt that he must join to other martyrs. He had a strange feeling in his heart. He was satisfied to be martyred in the way of God by destiny