An Interview with Hip-Hop Artist Madd Cold
In Our Books, We No longer Read “Dad, Dad Brings Home the Bread”
Dad Cried, Dad Fought, Dad Gave Blood!
One of Ahangaran's Most Memorable Wartime Poems
“Ham Avaz-e Toofan” (“Singing with the Storm”) is an epic song which is made on the occasion of April 24 – the 34th anniversary of the failed U.S military operation against Iran in Tabas desert.
Singer: Pouya Babaei
Poet Syed Hussein Shahrestani
Music composing and arranging: Kamran Mirzaee
The Abadeh Choir was a manifestation of the Revolution’s ideals, as people from all classes formed the choir; from a school caretaker, to a stuttering teenager and a soloist sharing one dream: to perform in front of the Imam.
An Anti-Imperialist Song by Hamed Zamani Against the U.S Government's Arrogant and Criminal Policies
by Madd Cold (Jonathan Azaziah)
Arba'een: The World's Largest Annual Pilgrimage Sees Millions of Muslims Gathering in Karbala
The Nightingale of Khomeini Returns to Remind You Where You, a Lover of Truth and Justice Must Stand
How does it feel being interfered with, America?
Iranian 2009 Elections: The ‘Stolen Elections’ Hoax
6 Years ago Today: CIA, Mossad and MEK Assassinated Iran’s Top Nuclear Scientist Majid Shahriari
Alireza Khaleqi: Revolutionary art and memory
My Visit to the Former U.S Embassy in Tehran
Mosques in Iran Serve as a Safe Haven in Times of Social Uncertainty
34 Years Ago: Iran’s President Was Assassinated