News ID: 365922
Publish Date: 23 September 2012 - 07:54
Book Introduction:
Navideshahed: Saham Khayyam was a girl who was martyred during the Sacred Defense Era the same as his holiness Ismael and she was the most beautiful manifestation of Ebrahimiyan devoutness in front of God. The book ‘Saham Khayyam, a girl from Howeizeh’ is written by Seyed Ghasem Ya Husseini. The book discusses the birthday, life and martyrdom of Saham Khayyam a 12-year-old girl who sacrificed her life in the way of her country Iran.

According to Navideshahed, the book ‘‘Saham Khayyam, a girl from Howeizeh’ written by Ghasem Ya Husseini is a research regarding a 12-year-old girl whose name is Saham Khayyam that was martyred at the beginning of the Imposed War Era in Howeizeh by Iraqi Baathist forces. This is the first book which has been released about Saham Khayyam. Until now no reports or articles have been released about her.

In the first section of the abovementioned book, the studies which have been done regarding Saham Khayyam has been mentioned and at the continuation, there are some descriptions regarding the geographical and historical situation of Howeizeh and the role of Howeizeh during the Imposed War Era have been discussed. In the next chapter of the book, the biography of Saham Khayyam and her family members, her grandfather, grandmother, father and mother have been stated. After that the activities and courage of the 12-year-old girl against the occupying forces have been mentioned. The information of the book have been sourced from the interviews with Kazem Khayyam, the father of martyr Khayyam, Nasimeh Hussein, the mother of Khayyam, Shirin Khayyam, the sister of Khayyam in Howeizeh in 2001 and also from the Female Basij Archive center of Azadegan Desert of Soosangerd.

The researcher and author writes: “The name of Howeizeh has been attached to the name of two persons during the four initial months of the Iraq’s army to the southern war zones of Iran and the beginning of the Imposed War Era which started on September 22, 1980. The first is Seyed Hussein Alam Al-Hoda, the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corpses of Howeizeh and the other is Saham Khayyam, the 12-year-old schoolgirl of this place.”?

He in the research of current book attempts to do an oral interview with the father, mother, sister and eyewitnesses of the martyrdom of her and by referring to some of the documents and unreleased archive, the books, articles and short biography of this schoolgirl martyr.

Saham Khayyam was born on February 13, 1969 in the coastal part of Howeizeh city. According to the declaration of martyr Saham Khayyam, she was a very active girl when she was a little child.

Shirin the younger sister of Saham slowly says: “Saham was an interloper girl. A doctor was living in our neighborhood and Saham would go to him sometimes. Someday that doctor came to our house and he said: Today Saham disturbed me so much in the clinic, so I had to tie her hands and feet.”?

In a section of the book, the writer after referring to the beginning of revolution and the role of the people of Howeizeh in deepening and expanded the revolution, he discusses the war and writes about that: “The occupier regime of Saddam Hussein during the initial days crossed the Azadegan desert borders and it occupied Howeizeh on September 28, 1980 completely.”?

The Iraqi Baathist forces robbed the governmental properties. Also they would hurt the people of the city as well. Saham was really so sad and angry about this situation and she would continuously insult to the Iraqis. Once she wanted to be martyred, but the residents rescued her life. Eventually she did not tolerate that situation anymore. On September 30, 1980 when the people of Howeizeh observed the occupation of their city by the Iraq’s Army, they did not tolerate that circumstance anymore and they made an uprising publicly. The women and girls from Howeizeh had gone near the river and they were insulting to them from far away; eventually the soldiers of enemy opened fire at tem.

The write regarding the procedure of Saham Khayyam’s martyrdom writes: “Saham threw stones towards the Iraqis and she insulted to the Iraqi soldiers loudly: “Down with Saddam, get lost and at this time Saham was martyred by the direct bullet of enemy. The bullet had directly hit the forehead of her and it had damaged her nose to her skull.”?

In a section of the book, the writer on behalf of Mrs. Foziyeh Howeizeyee, the cousin of Saham Khayyam regarding the body of Saham Khayyam and washing and shrouding it says: “Since his body had been badly damaged, her brain had been filled with fresh blood and we could not stop Saham’s head bleeding. Therefore we had to put her head in a plastic bag and we prepared it for burial ceremony.”?

The current book seems to be useful for the interested persons and those who have not been present during the war in order to understand the reality of the war. In addition to this issue, there are some special and exclusive features in the abovementioned book which review the life and martyrdom procedure of this teenage girl in the occupied city of Howeizeh. Only the stories of this city alone can be so interesting for the readers.”?

According to Navideshahed, this book has been penned by Ghasem Ya Husseini in 226 pages. The price of the book is 1200 Tomans. The book was released by Sureh Mehr Publication in 1500 copies in 2009.

The End

According to Navideshahed, the book ‘‘Saham Khayyam, a girl from Howeizeh’ written by Ghasem Ya Husseini is a research regarding a 12-year-old girl whose name is Saham Khayyam that was martyred at the beginning of the Imposed War Era in Howeizeh by Iraqi Baathist forces. This is the first book which has been released about Saham Khayyam. Until now no reports or articles have been released about her. In the first section of the abovementioned book, the studies which have been done regarding Saham Khayyam has been mentioned and at the continuation, there are some descriptions regarding the geographical and historical situation of Howeizeh and the role of Howeizeh during the Imposed War Era have been discussed. In the next chapter of the book, the biography of Saham Khayyam and her family members, her grandfather, grandmother, father and mother have been stated. After that the activities and courage of the 12-year-old girl against the occupying forces have been mentioned. The information of the book have been sourced from the interviews with Kazem Khayyam, the father of martyr Khayyam, Nasimeh Hussein, the mother of Khayyam, Shirin Khayyam, the sister of Khayyam in Howeizeh in 2001 and also from the Female Basij Archive center of Azadegan Desert of Soosangerd. The researcher and author writes: “The name of Howeizeh has been attached to the name of two persons during the four initial months of the Iraq’s army to the southern war zones of Iran and the beginning of the Imposed War Era which started on September 22, 1980. The first is Seyed Hussein Alam Al-Hoda, the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corpses of Howeizeh and the other is Saham Khayyam, the 12-year-old schoolgirl of this place.”? He in the research of current book attempts to do an oral interview with the father, mother, sister and eyewitnesses of the martyrdom of her and by referring to some of the documents and unreleased archive, the books, articles and short biography of this schoolgirl martyr. Saham Khayyam was born on February 13, 1969 in the coastal part of Howeizeh city. According to the declaration of martyr Saham Khayyam, she was a very active girl when she was a little child. Shirin the younger sister of Saham slowly says: “Saham was an interloper girl. A doctor was living in our neighborhood and Saham would go to him sometimes. Someday that doctor came to our house and he said: Today Saham disturbed me so much in the clinic, so I had to tie her hands and feet.”? In a section of the book, the writer after referring to the beginning of revolution and the role of the people of Howeizeh in deepening and expanded the revolution, he discusses the war and writes about that: “The occupier regime of Saddam Hussein during the initial days crossed the Azadegan desert borders and it occupied Howeizeh on September 28, 1980 completely.”? The Iraqi Baathist forces robbed the governmental properties. Also they would hurt the people of the city as well. Saham was really so sad and angry about this situation and she would continuously insult to the Iraqis. Once she wanted to be martyred, but the residents rescued her life. Eventually she did not tolerate that situation anymore. On September 30, 1980 when the people of Howeizeh observed the occupation of their city by the Iraq’s Army, they did not tolerate that circumstance anymore and they made an uprising publicly. The women and girls from Howeizeh had gone near the river and they were insulting to them from far away; eventually the soldiers of enemy opened fire at tem. The write regarding the procedure of Saham Khayyam’s martyrdom writes: “Saham threw stones towards the Iraqis and she insulted to the Iraqi soldiers loudly: “Down with Saddam, get lost and at this time Saham was martyred by the direct bullet of enemy. The bullet had directly hit the forehead of her and it had damaged her nose to her skull.”? In a section of the book, the writer on behalf of Mrs. Foziyeh Howeizeyee, the cousin of Saham Khayyam regarding the body of Saham Khayyam and washing and shrouding it says: “Since his body had been badly damaged, her brain had been filled with fresh blood and we could not stop Saham’s head bleeding. Therefore we had to put her head in a plastic bag and we prepared it for burial ceremony.”? The current book seems to be useful for the interested persons and those who have not been present during the war in order to understand the reality of the war. In addition to this issue, there are some special and exclusive features in the abovementioned book which review the life and martyrdom procedure of this teenage girl in the occupied city of Howeizeh. Only the stories of this city alone can be so interesting for the readers.”? According to Navideshahed, this book has been penned by Ghasem Ya Husseini in 226 pages. The price of the book is 1200 Tomans. The book was released by Sureh Mehr Publication in 1500 copies in 2009. The End
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