The flags were in the one side and the banners were in the other side. The black flags had been hanged to the trees and they indicated a sacrifice which had been considered as a myth in the history. But the banners were so heavy for the house. The Muharram month had occurred with the 2500-year-old celebrations. From one side the headman of the village had held the imperial banners and on the other side the black flags of Imam Khomeini movement could be seen.
The headman of the village strongly demanded that the flags to be collected as soon as possible and to raise the banners. But Karam stood against him. He had returned from Iraq for a while. He was exactly in Najaf. Since he was a mediator for the revolution movement, he attempted to awaken the people who had been punished by the regime.
Karam was feeling pain. He had the same pain that the people had. He had learnt that he must never give up. He could still remember the forceful deporting from Iraq. He remembered that how the Iraqi police requisitioned all the properties that he had got with many efforts and attempting. He could still remember how he got on the car that was taking the pilgrims of God’s house and though he did not have any money in his packet, but he went to Mashhad to visit the shrine of the 8th Imam, even one of the pilgrims criticized for what he had done. He was a brave man; he joined the persons who protested against Shah’s regime. After the Islamic Revolution, he became a member of Islamic Revolution Committees. When the Iran-Iraq war started, he went to the battlefields and he was martyred in 1983 during the military operation ‘Valfajr 3’.