Martyr Mohammad Taqi Jamjah

محمدتقی جمجاه
محمدتقی جمجاه

Father’s name: Mohammad Ali

Date of birth: March 4, 1962

Place of birth: Ferdows

Date of martyrdom: January 5, 1982

Place of martyrdom: Karkheh Noor

Burial place: Ferdows-Islamia

Deployment unit: Army-Soldier

محمدتقی جمجاه

Martyr Mohammad Taghi Jam Jah »The son of Mohammad Ali was born on January 4, 1961 in Ferdows. His parents named him Muhammad Taqi because of his great interest in the Ahl al-Bayt of Infallibility and Purity. After his childhood, Mohammad Taghi continued his education until the second grade of middle school in Ferdows, but due to financial and livelihood problems, he could not continue his education and turned to technical work and mechanical jobs. He, whose adolescence was associated with the beginning of the heat of the revolutionary movement, did not neglect to participate in religious circles and ceremonies and lectures while working, and he regularly attended marches during the revolution. After the glorious victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, he worked in the Basij bases to establish security, and with the start of the war imposed by the Ba’athist regime of Iraq against Iran, he enlisted in the army. The presence of Mohammad Taqi on the front had made a special change in him; On his way back from leave, he asked all relatives and friends for permission and went to the fronts again. In August 1981, he was wounded in the body by shrapnel and was martyred in Lashkar-e-77 Hospital in Mashhad. The pure body of this martyr was buried in the Islamic city after a glorious funeral.

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