Thursday, 23 November 2017 17:24

بازماندگان زلزله کرمانشاه

The catastrophic earthquake in Kermanshah killed more than 1000 people and left them no house and belongings. Moreover, the earthquake killed most of their cattles including cows, sheeps and goats. Now their only source of income is demolished and they are only dependant on people's donations and assistance.Most of kurdish people in Iran had already lost family members in Iran-Iraq wars and many of them still have amputations or injuries from land mines. Kurd people are one the most injured people after the war. miscarried from both sides.

این تصویر دو تا از زن های کرد را نشان میدهد که بعد از زلزله ی اخیر کرمانشاه در حال جمع آوری دام خود و همچنین نگهداری از فرزند خود میباشند. بیشتر اهالی مرزی کرمانشاه و کردستان از زمان جنگ آسیب دیده اند و بسیاری دست و پای خود را در اثر مین گذاری هایی که جمع آوری نشده اند از دست داده اند. 

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Tuesday, 21 May 2019 13:04


This old man has lost his house and belongings during the earthquake in Kermanshah in Iran on Nov. 12th 2017.

Many people like him lost their loved ones and everything they had during this fatal earthquake. The rickety houses could not withstand the 7.3 earthquakes. Now Iranian people are helping them survive the cold winter ahead. Recently the rain also poured down on these people and made their life even more difficult.

عکس از چهره ی پیرمردی که در روستاهای اطراف سرپل زهاب در کرمانشاه خانه و متعلقاتش را در زلزله اخیر از دست داده است. 

پیرمرد زلزله زده کرمانشاه

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The earthquake in Kermanshah trembled the earth with the magnitude of 7.5 Richter and brought down many villages into rubbles and dust and left Iran with more than a thousand death toll. The earthquake happened near the border of Iran and Iraq and most villages were destroyed and among them, the Mehr apartment complex had the most casualties. The villages around "Sar pol Zahab" had the worst condition. This year Iranian people did not let their fellow countrymen live in poor condition and die so everyone helped and carried their own donations to the area.

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Sunday, 20 October 2013 15:07

Tagh-e Bostan

The Historical site of Tagh-e Bostan or (Taq-e Bostan) is situated in Kermanshah City in Iran. Taq means an Arch and Bostan means A very beautiful garden. Thus, Taq-e Bostan means an Arch of a very beautiful garden. The appellation of taq or arch here refers to two ancient arch from Sassanid dynasty in Iran. Tagh-e Bostan is consists of the big arch, small arch and a plate of stone inscription outside the cave. These two arches have been carved out of stone in the mountain. Outside the big cave there are two winged angels holding a medallion. Inside the cave there are many carvings including a big horse and a rider which is “Khosro Parviz” the king of Iran in Sassanid period.