News ID: 346819
Publish Date: 30 April 2012 - 10:18
Who is Sumaye of Kurdistan?
Navideshahed: She was a 16-year-old girl who was tortured by anti-revolutionary militants for 11 months and eventually she was buried alive. They had shaved her head hair and they had removed her fingers nails in order to forcer her to insult against Imam Khomeini, but she preferred martyrdom instead of living with hardship.

According to Fars News Agency's Sacrifice and Martyrdom correspondent, the history is repeated. The days were being passed and the world and sky got tired of illiteracy; When the prophet of Islam (Peace be Upon Him) came to this world, he removed the idols and he made the hearts to shine and be directed towards God.

He removed the impurity of Somayeh’s heart. Somayeh was the spouse of Yaser and the mother of Amar and this purifying the hearts made some people like Abujahl to torture some persons like Somayeh and they forced them to express bad words against Islam and to have sacrilege; she was martyred under the heavy tortures with the charges of being a follower of prophet of Islam (May God send greetings to him) and being a supporter of the accurate religion of Islam.

After 1400 years, another Somayeh raised the flag of Islam; she did this work in Kurdistan province and still the name and memory of her has not been forgotten by the people of this land. In fact her name has become everlasting forever.

The name of Iranian martyr Somayeh is Nahid Fatehi Karju. Her father was personnel of gendarmerie and her mother was a housewife. She had a kind heart since the time that she was a little child. She would reward her clothes and belongings to others. Since the time that she was a teenager, she had a good cooperation with a Muslim Fighting Group and she would make her classmates aware of the oppression of Pahlavi’s regime. After shining a light from the heart of earth, this 13-year-old teenager became one of the followers of Rohollah.

She stood in front of Television and she talked with Imam Khomeini and she confided in him.

Mahmoud Fatehi Karjo, the martyr’s father says: “Nahid was religious and brave. She would take part in Koran meetings and meetings to fight against Shah’s regime and she would talk with other regarding the meetings that she had taken part in. She would attend the protests which would be held against Shah’s regime and she would be changed by seeing the photos and posters of martyrs.

She liked Imam Khomeini so much. She saw Imam Khomeini in television on February 11 for the first time. She called my name with a high voice and she said: Dad, this is Imam Khomeini. She put her hand on the television screen and she said: ‘I really love to talk with him face to face’ and she stood in front of the television and she confided in him and she expressed whatever she liked.

Nahid would pray and recite Koran so beautifully

Maryam Fatehi Karju, the sister of this martyr continued: ‘Nahid liked Koran so much. She would take part in Koran classes during Ramadan months and she had finished Koran classes as well. She would pray and recite Koran so beautifully. She would express the prayers with a fantastic voice and we would enjoy so much from reading it.

• Resistance of Kurdistan’s Somayeh against SAVAK forces

One of the friends of martyr Nahid Fatehi Karju narrated: “In 1979 many protests were held in Sanandaj city. Someday we were working at home and we noticed a big noise. I got out of my house. I saw that Nahid and her mother were in the street and the neighbors had gathered around them. I was shocked. The face and head of Nahid had been injured and swollen and still she was chanting mottos against Pahlavi’s regime and violation and cruelty of SAVAK forces. It seemed that they had identified her in the protests and they had beaten her and they wanted to detain her.
They had hit her with baton and whip so much that her back had become swollen and dark. She was tolerating so much pains and she could not stand up.

• A Komala influence in the life of Kurdistan’s Somayeh

Leila Fatehi Karjo, the sister of this martyr says: “Nahid was 15 years old when a guy proposed marriage to her. Her man had a good job, revenue and situation and he urged so much to get married with her. Nahid was not satisfied with this issue. She had much age difference with that man and she would say: “I’m not at marriage age.”?

A brief engagement party was held for her. We gradually noticed that the brother in law does not have any genesis with us. Sometimes he would show a suspicious behavior from himself. After awhile he was detained due to anti-revolutionary activities and when he was committing a crime. At that time we noticed that he was a member of Komala groups and after being trialed, he was executed. Nahid not like him at all and she did not like to know much information about him. They had taken Nahid in order to investigate her as well. But since she did not know so much, she was freed after awhile.

After the event of her engagement, she really thought it is better to be busy with reading Koran verses. But she was under pressure so much. She could not tolerate the sayings of people. She was also self-contained as well. She would hear the words and irony and she would not show a reaction against this issue. In fact she bore an additional pressure. From one side the people would say that she is a spy for Komala, because her husband has been a Komala and on the other side they would say that she is a spy for the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps because she had revealed her husband. After the execution of her husband and the difficulties that she had tolerated, usually I was with her anywhere that she would go.

• A winter that Komala captured Nahid
Leila Fatehi Karju continued: “It was on Monday, a cold day of winter in 1981. Nahid got sick and she really needed to go to doctor. I was washing the clothes. She was supposed to go to doctor and after finishing my work, I go to her as well. The health center was located in Azadi square of Sanandaj city. My work was finished after 30 minutes and we went towards the health center. The health center was off. I looked for her, but I saw new signs from Nahid. I returned home. My mom was sure that nothing bad has occurred. She was talking about the chastity of her daughter confidently and she said that “For sure she has had a work and she has gone somewhere, she will return soon; in fact she is not a bad girl.”?

The mom sympathized with me. It was night, but she did not came back home. In the morning my mom went to the street in order to look after her. She asked about her situation from all the persons who knew her including friends, classmates and shopkeepers… finally some of the persons who knew her said: “They had seen Nahid had got on a minibus with four persons who had surrounded her.”? My mom found the minibus driver who had picked her and she asked questions about her. The driver firstly was feared but when my mom urged so much he said: “They got off the minibus in an area close to Sanandaj city.”?

• The mother searched her daughter Nahid and then she received the threatening letter of Komala.

Leila Fatehi Karju says: “My mother looked for her in the neighboring village with a renting mule or with foot, but she was not able to find her. When Nahid had been kidnapped, the Komala would send letters to our house continuously and they would threaten us. They would rink our house and then they would escape. They would threaten the family in their letters and they would say: “If we inform the issue to the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, they will kidnap the other family members or they would write that they will attack our house during nights and they will kill the children in front of the parents’ eyes. It was a though moment. The children were so young and my mom was pregnant as well. Concerns and anxiety had covered the atmosphere of the house. My mother looked for her many places in order to get news about Nahid.”?

Seyedeh Zeinab, the mother of martyr Nahid Fatehi Karju would go to different places to find her daughter in the cold winder of Kurdistan province. Sometimes some of the opportunists would receives monies and they would pretend that they have some news about Nahid and that they can provide an address of her location. Many persons bothered her and her family. She looked after her in all the cities of Kurdistan, but she found nothing from Nahid. She had gone to Saghez, Bukan, Divandareh, Marivan, villages around different cities for the purpose of finding her…in fact she would go every places that they would say Komalas are stationed. The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps knew that Nahid had been captured by the anti-revolutionary militants and they were looking for Nahid and other captives as well.

Komalas had shaved Nahid’s hair and they would take her with themselves in the village

Shahla Fatehi Karju, the sister of the martyr added: “We received this news that the Komalas have shaved the hair of Nahid and they walk with her in the village. They had said that Nahid will be released only if she insults against Imam Khomeini, but she preferred martyrdom instead of living with hardship.

The people of the village that under that situation did not dare to talk, they had criticized against the cruel and wild tortures of anti-revolutionary militants. After awhile they told them that they have freed her.

• Burying Kurdistan’s Somayeh alive by the hand of anti-revolutionary militants

Nahid was only 16 years old and they had tortured her so badly. They had shaved her head hair and they had removed her fingers nails in order to insult Imam Khomeini. They had put signs of tortures in different parts of her head. After much persecution, they buried her alive in 1982 and the pure body of this martyr was taken to Tehran and then it was buried in the public cemetery.

The End

According to Fars News Agency's Sacrifice and Martyrdom correspondent, the history is repeated. The days were being passed and the world and sky got tired of illiteracy; When the prophet of Islam (Peace be Upon Him) came to this world, he removed the idols and he made the hearts to shine and be directed towards God. He removed the impurity of Somayeh’s heart. Somayeh was the spouse of Yaser and the mother of Amar and this purifying the hearts made some people like Abujahl to torture some persons like Somayeh and they forced them to express bad words against Islam and to have sacrilege; she was martyred under the heavy tortures with the charges of being a follower of prophet of Islam (May God send greetings to him) and being a supporter of the accurate religion of Islam. After 1400 years, another Somayeh raised the flag of Islam; she did this work in Kurdistan province and still the name and memory of her has not been forgotten by the people of this land. In fact her name has become everlasting forever. The name of Iranian martyr Somayeh is Nahid Fatehi Karju. Her father was personnel of gendarmerie and her mother was a housewife. She had a kind heart since the time that she was a little child. She would reward her clothes and belongings to others. Since the time that she was a teenager, she had a good cooperation with a Muslim Fighting Group and she would make her classmates aware of the oppression of Pahlavi’s regime. After shining a light from the heart of earth, this 13-year-old teenager became one of the followers of Rohollah. She stood in front of Television and she talked with Imam Khomeini and she confided in him. Mahmoud Fatehi Karjo, the martyr’s father says: “Nahid was religious and brave. She would take part in Koran meetings and meetings to fight against Shah’s regime and she would talk with other regarding the meetings that she had taken part in. She would attend the protests which would be held against Shah’s regime and she would be changed by seeing the photos and posters of martyrs. She liked Imam Khomeini so much. She saw Imam Khomeini in television on February 11 for the first time. She called my name with a high voice and she said: Dad, this is Imam Khomeini. She put her hand on the television screen and she said: ‘I really love to talk with him face to face’ and she stood in front of the television and she confided in him and she expressed whatever she liked. Nahid would pray and recite Koran so beautifully Maryam Fatehi Karju, the sister of this martyr continued: ‘Nahid liked Koran so much. She would take part in Koran classes during Ramadan months and she had finished Koran classes as well. She would pray and recite Koran so beautifully. She would express the prayers with a fantastic voice and we would enjoy so much from reading it. • Resistance of Kurdistan’s Somayeh against SAVAK forces One of the friends of martyr Nahid Fatehi Karju narrated: “In 1979 many protests were held in Sanandaj city. Someday we were working at home and we noticed a big noise. I got out of my house. I saw that Nahid and her mother were in the street and the neighbors had gathered around them. I was shocked. The face and head of Nahid had been injured and swollen and still she was chanting mottos against Pahlavi’s regime and violation and cruelty of SAVAK forces. It seemed that they had identified her in the protests and they had beaten her and they wanted to detain her. They had hit her with baton and whip so much that her back had become swollen and dark. She was tolerating so much pains and she could not stand up. • A Komala influence in the life of Kurdistan’s Somayeh Leila Fatehi Karjo, the sister of this martyr says: “Nahid was 15 years old when a guy proposed marriage to her. Her man had a good job, revenue and situation and he urged so much to get married with her. Nahid was not satisfied with this issue. She had much age difference with that man and she would say: “I’m not at marriage age.”? A brief engagement party was held for her. We gradually noticed that the brother in law does not have any genesis with us. Sometimes he would show a suspicious behavior from himself. After awhile he was detained due to anti-revolutionary activities and when he was committing a crime. At that time we noticed that he was a member of Komala groups and after being trialed, he was executed. Nahid not like him at all and she did not like to know much information about him. They had taken Nahid in order to investigate her as well. But since she did not know so much, she was freed after awhile. After the event of her engagement, she really thought it is better to be busy with reading Koran verses. But she was under pressure so much. She could not tolerate the sayings of people. She was also self-contained as well. She would hear the words and irony and she would not show a reaction against this issue. In fact she bore an additional pressure. From one side the people would say that she is a spy for Komala, because her husband has been a Komala and on the other side they would say that she is a spy for the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps because she had revealed her husband. After the execution of her husband and the difficulties that she had tolerated, usually I was with her anywhere that she would go. • A winter that Komala captured Nahid Leila Fatehi Karju continued: “It was on Monday, a cold day of winter in 1981. Nahid got sick and she really needed to go to doctor. I was washing the clothes. She was supposed to go to doctor and after finishing my work, I go to her as well. The health center was located in Azadi square of Sanandaj city. My work was finished after 30 minutes and we went towards the health center. The health center was off. I looked for her, but I saw new signs from Nahid. I returned home. My mom was sure that nothing bad has occurred. She was talking about the chastity of her daughter confidently and she said that “For sure she has had a work and she has gone somewhere, she will return soon; in fact she is not a bad girl.”? The mom sympathized with me. It was night, but she did not came back home. In the morning my mom went to the street in order to look after her. She asked about her situation from all the persons who knew her including friends, classmates and shopkeepers… finally some of the persons who knew her said: “They had seen Nahid had got on a minibus with four persons who had surrounded her.”? My mom found the minibus driver who had picked her and she asked questions about her. The driver firstly was feared but when my mom urged so much he said: “They got off the minibus in an area close to Sanandaj city.”? • The mother searched her daughter Nahid and then she received the threatening letter of Komala. Leila Fatehi Karju says: “My mother looked for her in the neighboring village with a renting mule or with foot, but she was not able to find her. When Nahid had been kidnapped, the Komala would send letters to our house continuously and they would threaten us. They would rink our house and then they would escape. They would threaten the family in their letters and they would say: “If we inform the issue to the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, they will kidnap the other family members or they would write that they will attack our house during nights and they will kill the children in front of the parents’ eyes. It was a though moment. The children were so young and my mom was pregnant as well. Concerns and anxiety had covered the atmosphere of the house. My mother looked for her many places in order to get news about Nahid.”? Seyedeh Zeinab, the mother of martyr Nahid Fatehi Karju would go to different places to find her daughter in the cold winder of Kurdistan province. Sometimes some of the opportunists would receives monies and they would pretend that they have some news about Nahid and that they can provide an address of her location. Many persons bothered her and her family. She looked after her in all the cities of Kurdistan, but she found nothing from Nahid. She had gone to Saghez, Bukan, Divandareh, Marivan, villages around different cities for the purpose of finding her…in fact she would go every places that they would say Komalas are stationed. The Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps knew that Nahid had been captured by the anti-revolutionary militants and they were looking for Nahid and other captives as well. Komalas had shaved Nahid’s hair and they would take her with themselves in the village Shahla Fatehi Karju, the sister of the martyr added: “We received this news that the Komalas have shaved the hair of Nahid and they walk with her in the village. They had said that Nahid will be released only if she insults against Imam Khomeini, but she preferred martyrdom instead of living with hardship. The people of the village that under that situation did not dare to talk, they had criticized against the cruel and wild tortures of anti-revolutionary militants. After awhile they told them that they have freed her. • Burying Kurdistan’s Somayeh alive by the hand of anti-revolutionary militants Nahid was only 16 years old and they had tortured her so badly. They had shaved her head hair and they had removed her fingers nails in order to insult Imam Khomeini. They had put signs of tortures in different parts of her head. After much persecution, they buried her alive in 1982 and the pure body of this martyr was taken to Tehran and then it was buried in the public cemetery. The End
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