Before Hoda Saber died in Evin prison, he completed this documentary interviewing Dr. Mossadegh’s associates, employees and neighbors in Ahmadabad, Iran. Watch the complete film here.
In an audio interview, famous Iranian filmmaker Ebrahim Golestan recalls the violent 1953 coup in Iran, which he witnessed on that fateful day.
The Shah of Iran viewed women as inferior, even “evil” creatures with nothing substantial to contribute. These interviews (with women, no less) reveal a psychologically disturbed, tortured soul….
10th Anniversary of Groundbreaking Article
In 1951 students at Edinburgh University in Scotland nominated Iranian Prime Minister Dr. Mohammad Mossadegh, who always valued higher education, for the Rector position.
A 1962 memo by a Kennedy administration official warned the U.S.-backed Shah of Iran could fall anytime. How to keep pulling the strings in Iran — keep propping him up, or find an alternative and abandon him completely?