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News ID: 194
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 11:54 - 24 February 2013
Tehran, YJC. Seyyed Morteza Zare Zadeh is from Abarkouh. He is impaired with one hand. He has shown that by goodwill and hard work life can go on.
"I am 27. I used to drive a truck. In 2011 when I was fastening the cover on the load my left hand arteries were mangled by a loader which made me resign to mutilation. Later I found maybe the doctors' inconsideration played a role in it,” says Morteza to Mehr News Agency.

He added "I easily got along with my impairment. Even the days I was still in hospital I tried to console my family. I believed that regret was no good.”

Morteza says "Prior to the incident I used to do inlay besides driving. After some month of joblessness I taught the art to my wife and we started production together. Some of the tableaux we have made hand on walls in mosques and other places and I am proud of my work.”

"After a while I found what I was making was not enough for running life. I got a loan and started vending clothes in bazaars. I rented a small shop to use as store. I continued my handicraft all the while,” he adds.

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