Martyr Mohammad Ali Badpar

Father’s name: Hossein

Date of birth: June 13, 1948

Place of birth: Ferdows

Date of martyrdom: July 28, 1981

Place of martyrdom: Dezful

Burial place: Ferdows

Deployment unit: Army – Repairman

biography, diary

in the name of God

And do not think that those who were killed in the cause of God will be resurrected in the cause of God.

From which tribe are those who carry the flags of guidance and testify to the red plains?

Which mystic is the one whose every mystic sheds tears of joy in the desire of his disciple? I swear to you, as we wake up and wake up and recite the prayer of love and hope, how easily they lay down the lowly world where we are customers and fly towards him, and this time we witness a romantic flight. We are another martyr from the land of our martyrs. The first martyr, Mohammad Ali Badpar, joined the Red Caravan of the Eternal Immortal Martyrs of Islam and nurtured the heavy burden of carrying his bloody message, and now we bring a brief biography of Martyr Mohammad Ali Badpar.

Martyr Badpar was born in the morning of a summer day in 1327 in a religious family. He completed his primary education until the third year of high school in Ferdows. In 1346, he went to a sergeant school and served in the army. After completing his training, he worked as a repairman in the support department of the Hamedan Combat Brigade. And it was meaningful, he often had a smile on his face and he was so kind that at first glance and meeting, he fascinated everyone.

Mohammad Ali got married on the 13th of Rajab, the anniversary of the birth of Omid Momenan Ali (AS) in 1975. I was released from the shackles of a dry, empty army, and he was happy that he was a good mechanic repairman, so that he could make a living freely and help his fellow men.But on the day when the Imam announced that he is now the army of Islam and the army of the Imam of the time and it is considered a religious duty, Mohammad Ali did not understand for a moment and according to the Imam, his relative returned and said that one of his relatives told him to choose one or two personal jobs. “Do you not hear people shouting in the streets? We are all soldiers. Listen to you, Khomeini.” “Yes,” Khomeini said. He went to Qom with his family and visited the Imam. He considered this visit and that day as one of the best memories and always considered it.Martyr Badpar was in a war zone from the beginning of the Kurdistan War. He came to Ferdows on a ten-day trip and stayed in Ferdows until April 25, 1977. After returning to Kurdistan, he volunteered for his religious duty and homeland in Khuzestan since the beginning of the imposed Iraq war. Behind the front, he was in charge of repairing ammunition. Every time he went to Hamedan during short vacations, he talked to his parents on the phone and invited them to Hamedan and advised them not to leave my families alone and to take care of my children.

Whenever he was asked to come to Ferdows to visit him, his parents and relatives, he said firmly that it is necessary to defend the Islamic homeland. You must be patient and resilient behind the front and do not worry about me, and finally Martyr Mohammad Ali Badpar after a while Was on the front line in the battle against the infidels. At noon on Wednesday, August 1981, he drank martyrdom syrup in Karbala, Khuzestan, and joined the everlasting caravan of Islamic martyrs.

May his soul be happy and his path be stable


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