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The Garden-Museum of ‘Sacred Defence and Promotion of Resistance Culture’ is a place to introduce a small part of sacrifices Iranian people made during the Iraqi imposed war (1980s) to save the country from foreign invasion.
Coinciding with the 29th anniversary of the chemical bombardment of Sardasht, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif released a statement on Monday June 27 expressing deep sympathy with the victims’ families and urging the international community to prevent the repetition of such catastrophic events.
On 23 May, Iran marks the 34th anniversary of the liberation of the strategic port city of Khorramshahr from Iraqi forces under the former dictator Saddam Hussein.
Habib Adbollahi, a young war veteran wounded by Takfiri terrorists in Syria back in early January, says he used to congratulate others on “War Veterans Day”, but now he has become one of them.
Authorities from the Iraqi education system have decided to dedicate the subject of one of the lessons in the fourth grade book to an Iranian doctor who saved tens of children who had been poisoned by chemical weapons in Halabja.
The first stage of training camp special for veterans and disabled athletes is underway at the Shemshak Ski Resort in Tehran.
The visit was to mark the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ.
A former Iranian ambassador has explained his mission in Iraq, rejecting as baseless rumors that Saddam waged war because Iran had ignored his warnings.