Archive Ascendants

  • 16/Apr/2015 - 11:25
    Thursday the 12th of July, 1962 was no ordinary day for the southern town of Tair Dibba. On that day the town's Fayez Moghnieh family received a new born they named Imad Moghnieh, the first and eldest of his brothers. Relative to his peers, Imad's childhood flew rapidly, and he died martyr before old age set in. He was assassinated at the age of 45, on the 12th of February, 2008. His martyrdom became a beacon to the resistance fighters, just as his life, biography and deeds were.
  • 9/Apr/2015 - 12:24
    Martyr Aref Husseini was born in a religious and theological family in 1320, Parachinar, Pakistan. His childhood coincided with the independence of Pakistan from India and at that period, began studying in the presence of his father - Seyed Aref Husseini. After receiving the diploma in 1343 he began to study religious sciences and three years after studying theological sciences, he moved from his city to Najaf which at that time was the science center of Islam and Shia.
  • 4/Mar/2015 - 00:28
    Martyr Aref Husseini was born in a religious and theological family in 1320, Parachinar, Pakistan. His childhood coincided with the independence of Pakistan from India and at that period, began studying in the presence of his father - Seyed Aref Husseini. After receiving the diploma in 1343 he began to study religious sciences and three years after studying theological sciences, he moved from his city to Najaf which at that time was the science center of Islam and Shia.
  • 27/Feb/2015 - 11:18
    so with the knowledge that you are Chamran University, better than me! I'm trying, I live a simple letter to write you sometime a life of Chamran: righteous man who would one day walk in this land of purity.
  • 22/Feb/2015 - 17:43
    In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful
  • 22/Feb/2015 - 17:31
    Navideshahed- Hojatoleslam Seyyed Abbas Mousavi, the Secretary General of Hezbollah and a member of the Supreme Council of the World Assembly of Ahl al-Bayt, was in his way home from martyrdom anniversary ceremony of Sheikh Raqib Harb, a combatant clergy of Southern Lebanon, which died a martyr in an Israeli air attack on Lebanon.
  • 3/Feb/2015 - 15:57
    My acquaintance with Fada’iyan-e Islam (Devotees of Islam) and martyr Nawab Safavi started by the study of supporting newspapers as "Unions" and "Battle of the people" and their official newspaper: "The Declaration of Brotherhood" and was completed by receiving a copy of the book " declaration of Fada’iyan-e Islam (Devotees of Islam) or Handbook of facts" from martyr Nawab Safavi by the late Hojatoleslam Syed Hashim Hussain (third person of Fada’iyan-e Islam (Devotees of Islam)) with a letter....
  • 2/Jan/2015 - 23:58
    Alignment and cooperation of some Arab governments with Israel in terms of emergence of this regime in the Middle East always has seriously harmed the progressive governments and revolutionary movements in the region. The betrayal of some governments to some countries and liberation movements which were moving for the Liberation of Palestine is not countable.
  • 29/Dec/2014 - 12:05
    What happened after the war of July 2006 that he decided to play with America and Israel intelligence agencies and other states of the region for 25 years?
  • 29/Dec/2014 - 11:56
    Eduardo Anielli was born in July 5th, 1954 in New York. His father, senator “Jee Anlee”, was Fiat Factory Manager and his mother Marla was a princess from Karlouchy dynasty (Jewish). He finished his education in Atlantic college of Britain and then, he went to Thornton University, United States and succeeded in graduating in obtaining a doctorate degree in East Religion and Philosophy. When 20, he converted to Islam by reading the Qur'an in the University Library and changed his name into “Hisham Aziz”.
  • 29/Dec/2014 - 11:43
    One day, when the commanders of the army all gathered at a military base for the design of an operation, Haj Hemmat arrived. Amir Aghili, Headquarters' Second General of 30th Infantry Division of Gorgan " hugged haaj Hemmat and sat down next to him.
    Amir Aghili said to Him that I have a question: I'm suffering from you; too much annoyance,
    Hajj Hemmat said: Please, what an annoyance?! ...
    Amir Aghili said: “Haji, every time you pass a military checkpoint, while waving a hand at a speed, refused to stand beside us, and pass”.