Brother of Martyr Mahmoud Sabouri
Father’s name: Mohammad Hassan
Date of birth: March 2, 1960
Place of birth: Ferdows
Date of martyrdom: April 2, 1982
Place of martyrdom: Chazzabeh
Burial place: Ferdows
Sending unit: Pasdar
Commander of Chezabeh Axis in the 21st Brigade of Imam Reza (AS) (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) was born
on March 6, 1980 in Ferdows. As a child, he went to home school to learn the Qur’an. He completed his primary education between 1347 and 1352, his secondary education in 1352 to 1354, and his secondary education at the current Dr. Shariati School in Ferdows, between 1355 and 1359.
During his studies, he tore up the photographs of the Pahlavi dynasty, which were at the beginning of textbooks, and then covered the books.
He did not participate in the parade during the time of Taghut in middle school and high school, and under various pretexts, he and a number of his friends avoided participating in the ceremony.
From 1975, when Ayatollah Rabbani Amlishi was exiled to Ferdows, he became involved in political and revolutionary affairs and began his activities. He was one of the first people to demonstrate in the city of Firos and encourage people to do so.
In 1974, he studied the books and proclamations of Imam Khomeini and was associated with religious figures and was persecuted by SAVAK agents. He secretly prepared the book “The Great Jihad” of Imam Khomeini and, while reading it, gave it to others. In the field of doctrinal principles, he studied political issues, religious and scientific books, including: books of Nahj al-Balaghah, Sahifa al-Sajadiyya, and scientific and educational magazines. He had many books by Imam Khomeini, Ayatollah Khamenei and Martyr Motahhari.
In the middle of the night, Mehdi Sabouri would record the tapes of the Imam and the figures of the revolution and take them to people’s houses and write on the tapes: “General endowment. “Listen and give to others.” “He was imprisoned several times by the Shah’s regime and even hung from his legs one night,”
said Mohammad Reza Mudaber
. “But it never weakened.”
During the Pahlavi era, he was always persecuted by regime agents until one day his house was besieged and he was arrested. The regime, which was afraid of him, transferred him to SAVAK in Mashhad at night, but after much torture, he could not say a word about him, and he resisted so much that SAVAK mercenaries were disappointed to receive information from him, and after a while he was freed. After his release, he became more and more determined and continued his activities despite being persecuted. He played an active role in all the demonstrations.
The martyr played an active role in disrupting the celebration of the birth of Imam al-Zaman (as) in Islam, which was announced by the mourning Imam that year. He disrupted the parliament by cutting off electricity and chanting slogans with a number of his friends, and fled, and his name has since been placed at the top of the SAVAK list.
In the company of friends, the martyr approached the cigarette fire near his skin and said: “I want to see? “How much I tolerate SAVAK torture.”
One day near Muharram, before the victory of the Islamic Revolution, at about one o’clock in the afternoon, he and some of his brothers decided to lower the statue of the Shah, which was in the middle of the city’s central square. So he informed the brothers and they all arrived on time. They made a big rope and put it around the neck of the statue. Because it was strong, it took about fifteen minutes for the statue to fall. While the possibility of an attack by the mercenaries of the regime was certain. As the statue fell, the voice of Takbir rose. Mehdi asked for a van and tied the statue to the back of the van and turned it around the streets. While the statue was hit with a pickaxe and shovel by a number of young people, the slogan “Death to the King” was echoed in the streets, creating a certain excitement in the city. After this incident, he set fire to the statue behind the mosque of “Hajjah Ibn Al-Hassan” with two rubber rings. This was while the news came that the security officers crawled to the corner of the police station for fear of their lives.
Reza Bakhshaish, a friend of the martyr, quotes a memory from him. “During the revolution, we were together next to the mosque for one day, and it was exactly the fortieth day of the martyrs of Qom.
The martyr asked me what is our duty in relation to the announcements of the Imam? At that moment, SAVAK agents noticed him and arrested him and sent him to Mashhad to be handed over to SAVAK with a number of leaflets and posters. He finds a way along and throws all the announcements and posters. “In Mashhad, they tortured him to tell him where he had thrown them. With his patience and perseverance, he endured all the tortures and did not say anything to them.” The martyr had many activities against the regime and was known as “Shuja al-Din” because of his courage.
After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, he took an active part in the protection of the revolution in the people’s bases that were formed in the mosques and sought to form the Committee of the Islamic Revolution. Due to the fact that it was his fourth year of study, he worked part-time and after receiving his diploma, he started working as an official member of the Revolutionary Guards.
He was also active in constructive jihad. He organized the popular mobilization in support of the revolution. Using the people’s forces, he established security and comfort in the city at the beginning of the victory of the Revolution until the end of 1981, and did most of the people’s affairs – in which he was in charge of the Basij – with good efforts around the clock.
Mehdi Sabouri Pouria Badi formed Islamic student associations in the early days of the revolution in Ferdows city and provided a suitable ground for students to work on Islamic and revolutionary issues, and by attracting them to the Basij, organized a huge force to protect the revolution. .
He organized and often supervised most of the marching events and ceremonies. The martyr had close ties with the clergy, especially the former Friday prayer leader, Hojjatoleslam Alizadeh, a member of parliament and leadership experts, Hojjatoleslam Ferdowsipour, Hojjatoleslam Javanmard and Hojjatoleslam Hasheminejad.
The martyr served in the Revolutionary Guards. With the start of the imposed war, he rushed to the fronts of right against wrong. He believed that Saddam should be eliminated, saying, “War is a divine test, and now that the enemy has invaded the Islamic homeland, we must repel him with all our might.” According to the dear Imam, he put war at the top of all issues. At the very beginning of the war, the martyr rushed to the aid of the warriors by appearing on the southern fronts, and in the first stage, he was sent to the “Allah Akbar” front. On the front, he was in charge of the company, battalion and brigade axis. He was one of the most successful warlords.
The martyr had a great influence on the conquest of Allah Akbar Heights, the conquest of Bostan and the preservation of the strategic Chezabeh Strait. Behind the Basij command front, he was responsible for training IRGC personnel and organizing and training forces.
In the operation to conquer the heights of Allah Akbar – on 5/10/1360, who was the commander of the company – he succeeded in receiving a letter of appreciation.
The responsibilities of the martyr in the front are:
Commander of Ferdows IRGC operations from 4/15/1359 to 6/14/1359
Responsible for IRGC training from 11/8/1359 to 12/19/1359
Commander of Ferdows Basij from 12/19/1359 1980 to 12/20/1360
Commander of the company in the hills of Allah Akbar from
11/27/1359 to 2/27/1360 Commander of the battalion in the operation through Al-Quds (Fatah Bostan) from 2/28/1360 to 5/22/1360 1981, after which he was hospitalized in Yazd Hospital for a week due to a shrapnel wound to the left thigh. The shrapnel was sent to Tehran for treatment and surgery. Finally, he was in charge of the Chezabeh axis from 12/20/1360 to 13/1/1360.
In the first stage, the martyr was present in the front of Allah Akbar as a company commander and then went to Chezabeh, Dezful and Shousha. He returned to Chezabeh some time later.
The martyr was a human being whose whole movements and residences were only for God. His presence on the battlefields, his faith and strength, and his strange performance, were only for God and the defense of the Islamic state.
In all difficulties and deadlocks, both before and after his heavy responsibility in Chezabeh, he always sought God’s help. Recourse to God and the Imams (AS) and Fatemeh Zahra (AS) was the key to solving her problems. His prayers and night cries during the attack on Al-Quds and Chezabeh are still remembered by the martyr’s friends.
He had a special interest in Imam al-Zaman (as). He mentions the name of Imam Zaman (as) with greatness. He said: “Either Mahdi Fatima or Abasalah Al-Mahdi (as).
The martyr’s brother says: The martyr himself narrated this memory to me: One day in the mountains of Allah Akbar, after 24 hours of mountaineering and crossing sandy areas, our drinking water ran out. We were told: wherever you dug in this area, water would come, but wherever we dug, no water was found and all the friends were exhausted. I took a few steps away from them and went behind a hill and started praying. I said: Imam Zaman, your friends are thirsty, give me a brush. At this time I saw friends coming, I was embarrassed to see them. One said: water was found. I said: It seems a little sad there. I picked up one and shoveled several. “Suddenly, refreshing water was found.”
The martyr was a man of worship, supplication, and the Qur’an, and was active in religious gatherings and paid attention to prayer. Mohammad Reza Modaber, a friend of the martyr, says: “He was so constrained that he said: Do not show up at the guard post without ablutions.”
During the Bostan operation, he was injured in both legs and had to walk with two canes. He had about 45 fragments in his body and was hospitalized for one or two months. Despite that, the fragments went to the fronts again, because he believed that the front needed him and Imam al-Zaman (as) would remove the fragments from his body.
His last responsibility on the front was to command the operational battalion of the 5th Nasr Division in Chezabeh.
Most of the martyrs were proud of the existence of the martyr during their lifetime and considered themselves the disciple of the martyr, because he was a pioneer in all matters and had influence in the hearts of the Revolutionary Guards, the Basijis and the people.
He was the first person among the fighters to say “Death to the Shah” and send blessings for the health of Imam Khomeini. The martyr was very constrained. When he was injured and hospitalized, a female nurse came for a serum injection, despite the injuries and pain, and said, “Isn’t the nurse a man?” Because he realized that the male nurse was in the hospital, he did not allow the female nurse to touch his body and attach his head. Martyr Sabouri should be called the “Martyrs of the Islamic Revolution” in Ferdows. He was a human being who encompassed all human perfections. He was one of the victims of the revolution and one of the oppressed and educated families of Imam Khomeini’s liberation school. He was a perfect example of “the chief of the people, my servant.” Despite being a tough and majestic commander, he was an earthy and unassuming man. He was ready to buy thousands of bullets and fragments on his dear soul, but not a hair was cut from the forces under his command.
Mehdi was martyred on Friday, 1/13/1361, in the Chezabeh operation he was in command of. His holy body was buried in Behesht Akbar, Ferdows city, after being transported to his birthplace.
The martyr says in his will: “Now that I am going to the front in the way of my Creator and my only God, I ask him to guide me to the side and the path that he wants, and every step and every breath for him and May it be for him and I will always tell him and burn and boil and be for him, even though he is a sinner and a sinner, and he is a unique and great Creator. And I go to this hope and I live this wish until it has a trust that I do not have – God willing – I will offer it this time. “And I am proud that my goal is God, my school of Islam, my book, the Qur’an, and the reference of the Spirit of God – Imam Khomeini, the rightful successor of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh), and I am glad that God has been merciful to us in this deal.”
Elsewhere, he says: “Even now, when I go to the front, I do not go to open the country and to take a few wajibs or kilometers of land, it is only because the rule of our God, Islam and the Qur’an is implemented and the enemies who They have crossed the border of Islam, let us sit in their place. Whatever we are killed and what we kill. We win in both cases. “And I ask all the fighting and faithful brothers to appreciate the blessing that may not come to us anymore – that our victim is a martyr.” “I call on all religious brothers and sisters to be supporters of the revolution everywhere and at all times,” he said.
Elsewhere, he writes: “I advise the Pasdaran and Basij brothers to pray first and fast two days a week (Monday and Thursday) and to think more about strengthening the soul than cultivating the body. “If I become a martyr, God willing, do not write the word ‘failed’ on my grave, because I have achieved my dream.”
Sardar Delavar and Rashid Islam, Martyr Valiullah Cheraghchi – Deputy Commander of Lashkar 5 Nasr – On the occasion of the martyrdom of the commander of Chezabeh axis – Sardar Mehdi Sabouri – wrote to his brother Hadi: In the
name of God, the Most Merciful,
my brother Hadi, peace be upon him:
Anniversary of the proud martyrdom of the brave commander and true friend of Imam al-Zaman (as) that Allah Akbar Guyan lamented in the heights of Allah Akbar and showed such resistance on the nights of Chezabeh that the enemy finally reached out. He stubbornly withdrew and sat down with humiliation. But blood was necessary for this trouble, and he was chosen, and what a good choice.
Because the Chezabeh epic was already prepared by him, and if it were not for the midnight moans of him and his comrades, and if it were not for him, his round-the-clock efforts to create proper fortifications and the right defensive arrangement, and again, if not, the moans from the heart of nightmares , Such a victory was not achieved. I congratulate you and your family on your martyrdom, as well as the people of the city.
It is the courage of Mahdi to say that I will not forgive myself, because only God, and His Messenger and the Imams (AS) knew him and took him to them. You will forgive me for not being able to attend his anniversary meeting. I kiss your hands and arms from a distance and I pray for you and all the warriors, the wounded, the disabled and the captives, and finally I ask God to solve the problems of the Muslims. May God bless you and your dear family with patience and all the families of the martyrs.
In the hope of visiting Karbala, your little brother Valiullah Cheraghchi
Source: “Immortal Culture of History, Biography of Commanders of Martyr Khorasan” by Seyed Saeed Mousavi, Shahed Publishing, Tehran – 2007
The text of the will of Martyr Mehdi Sabouri
In the name of the
Most Gracious, the Most Merciful, I am satisfied with the life of this world from the Hereafter, but I am satisfied with the life of this world in the Hereafter, except a little.
Are you very satisfied with life (two days) in this world, instead of eternal life in the Hereafter (if) the worldly possessions in the Hereafter are few and insignificant? سوره توبه آیه 37
Peace be upon you or Aba Abdullah Peace be upon you or Ansar Aba Abdullah or Ansar Khomeini, may God have mercy on you and bless you. Now that I am the creator and the only god, I go to the front, I ask him to lead me to the other side and the way he wants, and every step and every breath is for him and for him, and I say to him and burn and boil and for him. I will be, even though I am a sinner and a sinner of my work and he is a unique and great creator, I will hope and live with this wish until the trust that I do not have. The soul of God, Imam Khomeini, is the rightful successor of Hazrat Mahdi (pbuh), and I am glad that God has been very kind to us in this deal and is the best buyer, so that whoever regrets this deal must know that he has lost: And their property is for them Paradise.
Death If death is the orb me up in her arms, hold tight tight
he Zeman Dlqy takes paint me because he lives Stanm eternal
now that the front going for conquest and for soils and take a few inch or kilometers will not go just for the The rule of Islam and the Qur’an should be implemented and the enemies who have violated the borders of Islam should be replaced. Let it not come to us anymore that our slain is a martyr, know its value and (help the religion of God to help you, I will help you and prove my action.)
Here are some advice to my Islamic brothers and sisters:
1- I call on all religious brothers and sisters to be friends and supporters of the revolution everywhere and at all times, and only to follow the Imam of the Nation, Hazrat Mahdi (as), Imam Khomeini, and the committed clergy to lead this great authority and follow the orders of the Imam in all aspects of his life. To implement.
2- In Shiism, instead of chanting, recite Surah Al-Waqi’ah with a fluent translation, and I ask the Muslim Ummah to pay attention to its depth and meanings and listen and know that God’s promises are true.
3- I call on the committed, Muslim and faithful brothers, especially the members of the Basij, to increase their relations with the IRGC and the Basij as much as possible, and to warn them of their weaknesses, and to be careful not to deviate, and on the other hand to those who oppose these bodies. They do and their goal is not correction. Stay away and seek an ax.
4- I advise the Pasdaran and Basij brothers to pray first and fast 2 days a week (Monday and Thursday) and to think more about strengthening the soul than cultivating the body.
5- If I became a martyr, do not write the word failed on my grave, because I achieved my dream.
6- From the brothers and sisters who are performing their duties under the banner of Party A, pay attention to the fact that their actions and behavior are in accordance with Islamic norms, and know that then the party of God is victorious. Know that all our martyrs have sacrificed for this Islamic Revolution and the establishment of the Islamic government and the law of life, lest it deviate from this path.
7. Guards want that at all because I do not pay a single dinar money, because I do not want to use material from blood (even a bit)
at the end of all my brothers and sisters brothers and sisters, especially parents and relatives want to avoid Let them cry in my death and shed a drop of tears and know that we ourselves are aware of the end of this path and if we want to cry, just because God puts us among the martyrs and cry because I was so successful so late. And
peace be upon you or Aba Abda… Will of Mehdi Sabouri
Al-Salam Alik or Ansar Ruh… Son of Mohammad Hassan ID number 343
Peace be upon you or Ansar Aba Abda… Issued from Ferdows Born in 1338
Member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Ferdows Date 12/23/1360: Mehdi Sabouri
the memoriesMahmoud Abbaszadeh:
Sabouri’s brother was in a bad mood for several days. He was weak and overheated. I myself took him to Taleghani Hospital in Abadan. The doctor insisted he should not work at all. However, he said: I am going to identify because, the commander said I am going to Ahvaz and you must go. So that night they took 12 guns and went for a patrol. The clash started at 11 pm. The way they fought was that Martyr Sabouri, when they approached the line, said to his brother Zarif and Maleki: Be here as a security guard, they are arming themselves. He also had a gun that he armed and went forward. There was an area with a canal in the middle. The canal was closed and the children were swimming through it. He says: I will go inside the canal to see what is going on? He enters the canal, and at the bottom of the canal, the Iraqi forces come out of the trench and face each other. He stops her. The Iraqi who sees that his weapon is in the trenches has no choice but to surrender. He captures this force and says: Let’s go. In short, it launches them to our line. In front of the water when they arrived, he had patiently put the Colt behind his back. The Iraqi who had trained will return and take the colt from them. They quarrel and shout and make noise. Martyr Sabouri sees that he has no strength to resist and the strong side pushes him and throws him into the water. The side also acts very quickly. As he dives into the water, he fires three arrows at him, which hit him in the abdomen. That Iraqi is running to announce. Enemy helicopters, boats and divers are all mobilizing to find them. But the brothers had read the verse and made it, they had not found it. Zarif and Maleki’s brother stand for two hours in the area where the enemy was pushing the reeds, but the enemy did not find them. Of course, they did not know the flow, they only heard a noise. Even Saburi’s brother did not sigh or moan. In short, it was 11 o’clock when they were involved. Martyr Sabouri arrives at the line at 3 to 4 in the afternoon. In fact, 5 to 6 hours were lost between them. The two brothers stand for two hours. Because they knew the way and had a compass, they would return in an hour and a half, but Brother Saburi did not have a compass, nor did he know the way, so they came together. Martyr Sabouri was in Ahvaz hospital for a while, then he was sent to Isfahan for surgery, and he explained all the issues to Haj Agha Saffarpour (who is now the head of the Khorasan Program and Budget Organization). He said: When I was injured and came back because my stomach was shot, I felt weak after a while, I said to myself: I will definitely be martyred there, so I went to a corner that, if the children came to see my body and if The Iraqis came, not to see. Due to the very bitter water in the area, I went and slept. I closed my eyes and said to myself: Go, it is not time for martyrdom yet. Then I got up again and walked with discomfort. The blood was flowing from me, I was saying: I will definitely become a martyr now, I would sit in a corner again and repeat this action. After a while, I said to myself: No. I am so dirty that no one will take us. The children were strangely shaken by this flow. After the operation in Isfahan hospital, they said: his father should come over his head. As soon as his father arrives and says where is the throne of Muhammad? They show the throne of Muhammad. As soon as he reached the top of his head and greeted him, Muhammad finished, saying that the children had finally arrived and that he should have been martyred in the hospital. This was the first identified martyr, before Karbala 4 and 5, and a road was drawn to the enemy in Shalamcheh, which was named Martyr Sabouri. I closed my eyes and said to myself: Go, it is not time for martyrdom yet. Then I got up again and walked with discomfort. The blood was flowing from me, I was saying: I will definitely become a martyr now, I would sit in a corner again and repeat this action. After a while, I said to myself: No. I am so dirty that no one will take us. The children were strangely shaken by this flow. After the operation in Isfahan hospital, they said: his father should come over his head. As soon as his father arrives and says where is the throne of Muhammad? They show the throne of Muhammad. As soon as he reached the top of his head and greeted him, Muhammad finished, saying that the children had finally arrived and that he should have been martyred in the hospital. This was the first identified martyr, before Karbala 4 and 5, and a road was drawn to the enemy in Shalamcheh, which was named Martyr Sabouri. I closed my eyes and said to myself: Go, it is not time for martyrdom yet. Then I got up again and walked with discomfort. The blood was flowing from me, I was saying: I will definitely become a martyr now, I would sit in a corner again and repeat this action. After a while, I said to myself: No. I am so dirty that no one will take us. The children were strangely shaken by this flow. After the operation in Isfahan hospital, they said: his father should come over his head. As soon as his father arrives and says where is the throne of Muhammad? They show the throne of Muhammad. As soon as he reached the top of his head and greeted him, Muhammad finished, saying that the children had finally arrived and that he should have been martyred in the hospital. This was the first identified martyr, before Karbala 4 and 5, and a road was drawn to the enemy in Shalamcheh, which was named Martyr Sabouri. I will definitely become a martyr now, I would sit in a corner again and repeat this action. After a while, I said to myself: No. I am so dirty that no one will take us. The children were strangely shaken by this flow. After the operation in Isfahan hospital, they said: his father should come over his head. As soon as his father arrives and says where is the throne of Muhammad? They show the throne of Muhammad. As soon as he reached the top of his head and greeted him, Muhammad finished, saying that the children had finally arrived and that he should have been martyred in the hospital. This was the first identified martyr, before Karbala 4 and 5, and a road was drawn to the enemy in Shalamcheh, which was named Martyr Sabouri. I will definitely become a martyr now, I would sit in a corner again and repeat this action. After a while, I said to myself: No. I am so dirty that no one will take us. The children were strangely shaken by this flow. After the operation in Isfahan hospital, they said: his father should come over his head. As soon as his father arrives and says where is the throne of Muhammad? They show the throne of Muhammad. As soon as he reached the top of his head and greeted him, Muhammad finished, saying that the children had finally arrived and that he should have been martyred in the hospital. This was the first identified martyr, before Karbala 4 and 5, and a road was drawn to the enemy in Shalamcheh, which was named Martyr Sabouri. As soon as his father arrives and says where is the throne of Muhammad? They show the throne of Muhammad. As soon as he reached the top of his head and greeted him, Muhammad finished, saying that the children had finally arrived and that he should have been martyred in the hospital. This was the first identified martyr, before Karbala 4 and 5, and a road was drawn to the enemy in Shalamcheh, which was named Martyr Sabouri. As soon as his father arrives and says where is the throne of Muhammad? They show the throne of Muhammad. As soon as he reached the top of his head and greeted him, Muhammad finished, saying that the children had finally arrived and that he should have been martyred in the hospital. This was the first identified martyr, before Karbala 4 and 5, and a road was drawn to the enemy in Shalamcheh, which was named Martyr Sabouri.
Once, when we were exchanging weapons with him, Mehdi’s hand was injured. Whenever we insisted that you let us take you to the hospital by car, he said: No. My legs are healthy and I can walk and keep the car, for Mahmoud Hosseini, who is worse off. Mohammad Ali Alamdar:
Sabouri’s brother and I went by car to bring ammunition. It was 2 o’clock in the afternoon when we returned by ammunition truck. Sabouri’s brother was unloading ammunition with one of the forces. At this time, Shast mortar hits the middle of the car and Saburi’s brother is martyred. Mohammad Ali Alamdar:
Once I saw him in the line, he was walking with difficulty. I said to him: What happened? He said: “It is not an important issue and he continued on his way.” Later I found out that he was seriously injured at that time. Mohammad Ali Alamdar:
While we were unloading ammunition inside the trenches, a mortar shell hit his car. One of the brothers shouted for help, Mr. Sabouri is in the car. Mehdi’s body and clothes were on fire. We extinguished the fire, but due to injuries, he was martyred after three days. Ali Sabouri:
Once, a traffic police officer fined me five hundred tomans. At that time, Mehdi was in charge of mobilization. I went to him and said: What other traffic officer is this? Why does he fine so much? Mehdi asked: How much have you been fined? I said: Five hundred tomans. He said: Come and accept this five hundred tomans from me. They have done their job. We should not weaken them. Hadi Sabouri:
When Mehdi was in the fifth grade of elementary school. The king and his wife were to come to Ferdows, the school children were getting ready to greet the king and his wife. He said to the children: What is this that you want to do? Why do you go to greet the criminal king? Hadi Sabouri:
Once Mehdi decides to bring some announcements and tapes of Imam Khomeini to Ferdows from Qom. In Torbat-e Heydarieh, he learns that in Ferdows, all buses are inspected after entering the city. At that time, our older brother was serving in the Ferdows army barracks. Mehdi Dam gets off the bus at the barracks. He calls our brother to come to Ferdows by motorbike and distribute leaflets and tapes in the city. Seyed Abbas Hassannia:
On the morning of the martyrdom, we saw Mr. Sabouri. He told me: I will be martyred today. Mr. Alamdar has dreamed that I will become a martyr. This scene had a strange effect on me. Because my relationship with him was very close. I did not take the matter very seriously at that time. Until near sunset, I saw the enemy fire intensify for half an hour. Mr. Alamdar had gone to the front alone for the first time. When he returned, Mr. Sabouri had told him, “This time I am leaving.” When he got out of the car, a 120 mortar shell exploded in front of his feet and he was martyred.
One day, the hypocrites carried out extensive propaganda on the young generation in order to divert them. As the officials of the regime, especially Shahid Beheshti, were insulted and the work had reached a point where every day, at the crossroads of the police station, a tent was set up and a bookstore with the logo of the Mojahedin Khalq and a leaflet were spread. Martyr Mehdi organized a number of brothers in a group of ten and brought them to the place. First he said with a warning: collect the equipment. When their warning did not work, and the deceived and the mercenaries pressed their feet, they began to gather their belongings and crushed them all. Meanwhile, one of the hypocrites lost his watch. I took it and gave it to Al-Mahdi and said: It fell from one of the hypocrites. He said indifferently: let it be theirs. This was while the market traders supported this revolutionary action with the slogan of death to the hypocrites.
We once learned that Mehdi was hospitalized in a hospital in Yazd. I traveled by bus at night and went to Yazd. I arrived in Yazd in the morning and went to the hospital where he was hospitalized. The hospital guard told me: “Afternoon is the appointment time and you can not go inside the hospital in the morning. At my insistence, he agreed to visit my brother. We were told that they had cut off Mahdi’s leg, and I was very worried about this, and I went into the room where he was hospitalized. He was asleep. I removed the blanket from his feet. I saw, no, his legs are healthy. It was two o’clock in the morning when he woke up. He performed tayammum and began to pray. After the prayer, he asked me: What are you doing here? I told Mehdi how I found out about his injury and came to Yazd. In the morning, when a nurse came to wash his wounds, Mehdi said to her: “Madam, you are not a mahram with me.” Tell a male nurse to come and do this.
I remember that the first demonstrations in Ferdows started publicly with the efforts of the martyr from high school and continued until Sahib al-Zaman Square, where the martyr was at the forefront of this movement. They chanted along the way, and on the spot, armed and equipment-clad agents were present and prevented them from continuing, and this was the starting point for other demonstrations in Ferdows.
After the martyrdom of Shahid Rajaei and Bahonar one day in front of the IRGC, my brother Ali and I and one or two of Hezbollah brothers got into a car and went to the top floor of a restaurant. There was a large photo of Bani Sadr installed. Mehdi tore it himself.
Before the revolution, most of the campaign meetings were held in our house, and my father and I participated in these meetings and were informed about the issues. Mehdi was arrested and imprisoned by SAVAK. After the release, the doorbell rang. I opened the door and was confronted with his bright face, which showed traces of torture. We hugged each other. At the same time, his first words were: They (SAVAK) have called me blind, so that they can distract me from the path I have chosen.
When I was a soldier in the Torbat Heydariyeh barracks. He came to see me. I said: Where do you come from? Mehdi said: I am coming from Qom and I have a number of announcements and tapes of Imam Khomeini with me that I should take to Ferdows. Then he took out some boxes of razors, the leaflets and tapes were inside the razor box, and then he told me that it is not possible to go to Ferdows by car, because it is possible to inspect the car. I provided a motorbike and we went to Ferdows by motorbike and distributed the leaflets.
When Bani Sadr was president, he came to Ferdows one day, when it was time for dinner, we all sat at the table and ate. In Ferdows Basij, it was customary for everyone to wash their spoons and plates after eating. Bani Sadr got up to leave. Mr. Sabouri said: Mr. Bani Sadr, take your plate and wash it, this is a mobilization.
On the fourth trip, which was the last trip, he attended the Basij at night and said goodbye to all the brothers and asked for permission from all of them. To his successor, the martyr Seyyed Hassan Mir Razavi. At the end of the night, I was in the Basij area when he called me with an open face and we hugged each other. He kissed my forehead and said: This is my last trip. Meet the Resurrection. That night, we slept together until morning, and at dawn, after prayers, he left for the region with his brother Alireza Nazari.
Seyyed Abbas Hassannia:
In Chezabeh Strait, one day the weather was stormy and the quicksands were moving with strong winds. Mr. Sabouri said: “Let’s use the dust created, because in this case the enemy can not see us and look for the body of Martyr Parsa, the first commander of Martyr Ferdows who was martyred in this area.” The distance from this area to the Iraqis was a maximum of 150 meters. Mr. Sabouri, with his chest raised, moved towards the Iraqis in the same storm. To find the body of the pious martyr. When he returned, he fell asleep from exhaustion and his legs were injured.
Hadi Sabouri: It was
before the victory of the Islamic Revolution on one of the days close to Muharram (around 1 pm), that Mehdi decided to take down the statue of the Shah in the middle of the central square with a number of brothers. So he secretly informed the brothers and they all arrived on time. They made a big rope and put it on the neck of the statue. Because it was strong, it took about 15 minutes for the statue to fall. While the possibility of an attack by the mercenaries of the regime was certain. When the statue fell, Takbir got up. Meanwhile, Martyr Mehdi asked for a van and the statue was tied to the back of the van and turned around the street.
One of the cultural brothers explained: We were students at that time and Mehdi was arrested by SAVAK. He was severely tortured. When they could not get any confession from him. They came, arrested me and several other children and took them to the police station. There they put us in front of Mahdi. At first I did not know him, because he had been beaten so badly with a cable that his whole face was black. He opened his eyes for a moment. I recognized him through his eyes and he understood with his look that he had not revealed anyone. And I, thanks to God, survived the torture, and this is how we were able to get rid of them with the patience and perseverance of the Mahdi.
Seyyed Abbas Hassannia:
At the beginning of the revolution, Shariati High School, where Mr. Sabouri also studied, had become a base for the activities of the counter-revolutionary group. One day, between two fun bells, Mehdi and a few friends started a spontaneous movement. They took down Rajavi’s photo and gathered their belongings.
Ali Akbar Zamen:
After the victory of the Revolution and the beginning of the formation of the Revolutionary Guards under his command and in the presence of Mr. Parsa, we went to the mountains of Qala to prepare for battle. The friends were all tired and hungry. Our food was a 3 kg carton of dates, and there were more than 30 of us. Although we were all hungry, we did not get more than 4 dates per person. And we spent the night with the same 4 dates.
On that day, people participated in a glorious gathering held at one of the city’s major mosques. The crowd was so crowded that there was no place to stand or sit. People clenched their fists and chanted slogans against the regime. When a flood of people wanted to leave the mosque to protest, talks began to take place. Some people were against the promise, one of the elders of the tribe said: Today, Dr. Karim Sobhani said: There should be no demonstrations. The demonstrations were about to be canceled. Once upon a time, the great martyr, Mehdi Sabouri, came together with his masculine stature and said in a loud voice: We are imitators of Imam Khomeini, not imitators of Dr. Sobhani, who took to the streets with the takbir of the people to protest.
On the night of Nowruz 61, we were in the Chezabeh Strait, when Mr. Sabouri said: Tonight we must give an Eid to the Iraqis. We started firing on the Iraqis. The Iraqis thought that we attacked. They also started counterattacking. Because our trenches were made strong, they did nothing. After the enemy fire was extinguished, a strange enthusiasm was rippling through the children.
Seyyed Hassan Jahan Muta’a:
Mehdi Sabouri stood up in the mosque of Hojjat Ibn Al-Hassan between the noon and evening prayers and said in a clear and clear statement: Send blessings for the overthrow of the Pahlavi regime. The faces of most of those in the mosque were terrified. But in the face of this teenager, faith and courage were seen.
When he was arrested by Ferdows agents and transported to Mashhad, they thought that Martyr Sabouri was an ordinary person and they put him in the back of the car with the carton of leaflets they had received from the martyr. Mr. Sabouri When he saw that the policeman was asleep and the driver was paying attention to driving, he threw all the leaflets out of the car in different cities on the way so that people could use them.
On one of the last days of our stay in the city, around noon, Martyr Mehdi came to Bostan and said: Today I want to go to the bathroom and wash my clothes. Mehdi took off his clothes and I, along with another friend of Orkut, washed Mehdi’s clothes. At noon, we were in the service of Mahdi for prayers and lunch, and later he got dressed and got ready to go to Chezabeh. He said: “Tomorrow you will also be taken to the command, Amel’s brother.” Then he gathered all his belongings and put them in a sack of paint. He said: This bag should be entrusted to you. I will be martyred in the next few days. You will take this bag and my personal belongings to Ferdows and hand it over to my brothers, and at the end of Sardar’s words, a flood of tears flowed. I said: Mehdi, what do you say? How do you know you will be martyred? He replied: Just know that this is the last meeting. Let’s say goodbye to each other. That last farewell, so that at the end, we can make years of friendship and camaraderie lawful for each other. I am leaving today and tomorrow. First, we were not willing to say goodbye to the intensity of the crying. But with Mehdi’s insistence and in disbelief, we put our hands on each other’s necks, I do not know how long it took. Maybe I cried in Mehdi’s arms for about half an hour and regularly kissed Mehdi’s luminous face, which shone like a door due to the intensity of secrets, needs and night prayers.
During the reign of Mr. Sabouri, he invited Mr. Haj Sheikh Hossein Hossein Emadi, who was an opposition cleric, to Ferdows. When Mr. Emadi came to Ferdows, he was immediately taken to the house of one of the city’s saints, and immediately the news of his speech spread throughout the city. During the speech, a strange noise arose from the crowd inside the mosque. The surrounding streets were crowded, and he erupted in the mosque with his eloquent speech and fiery speech. It was the first time that someone had spoken “openly” against the Shah. In one of his speeches, he shouted, “Death to the king.” After the speech, the cleric was persecuted by SAVAK. With the tact and vigilance of Mr. Sabouri and Mr. Fereydoun, they had taken him out of one of the secret doors of the mosque and sent him to Islamia. The next day, with the help of Mr. Sabouri, he was taken from Mashhad to Mashhad, and SAVAK agents were puzzled as to who helped Mr. Emadi escape.
Aman ام Hamedifar:
In the first checkpoint of Chezabeh, which was carried out by the Ba’athist enemy, I was indirectly in the service of Mr. Sabouri. Before Patak Chezabeh, Mr. Sabouri and I, along with the battalion deputy and one of the army brothers, went to the enemy position to identify the area that was part of our company. We were drawn to our main obstacles and we were passing by the enemy embankment (more than 30 meters away). At that moment, we noticed the enemy, and this was while the enemy might have seen us. Everyone was commenting. One thought was to hide there. Another thought was to get back quickly. But Mr. Sabouri continued his work with complete composure. He was of the opinion that we should be calm, so that the enemy would think we were their force, and they insisted on this. The reconnaissance went well and we returned safely to the barracks.
In 1977, we went with some of the revolutionary brothers of Ferdows to listen to the speech of one of the militant clerics, who had just been released from SAVAK prison. As they disembarked near the village, two brothers, who were relatively younger than the others, stood in front of the crowd and recited the poems in a sad voice. “Mesbah Hoda, the Spirit of God, decided to travel. Announced the danger. See Khomeini »These two people were Mr. Sabouri and Mr. Mortazavi.
Once when he was giving a speech, he came to me after the speech and said: I will come to you for lunch at noon. After the noon prayer, he came to me for lunch in one of the houses in Bostan. They brought some fresh vegetables with lunch that day and we ate. After lunch, I told Mehdi: that you are one of the high-ranking battalion commanders, it is not advisable to eat with ordinary forces like us and travel with us. This made Mahdi laugh and said: We are friends for the sake of God.
Seyyed Abbas Mirjalili:
One day he had left an weapons class in the command building. And taught how to work with the Colt. The class is over. He reminded the gun about safety tips, but two people on the other side were joking with the pistol, unaware that the pistol was full of bullets. One of the men held the Colt to the other’s chest and put his finger on the trigger. Mr. Sabouri snatched the Colt guerrilla movement from him. If he had not done so, something very unfortunate would have happened.
Seyyed Reza Hashemi:
In 1359, it was decided to give salaries and benefits to the brothers of the Revolutionary Guards. When we talked to him about salaries, they were very upset and said: If you cut my liver, it would be better to talk about salaries and money in the IRGC!
One of the memories I have in my mind is this: When he was going to the front, he was saying goodbye to his brothers inside the Basij. Mr. Sabouri turned to me and said: “Brothers wear sneakers when exercising.” Why do not you wear? I replied: I do not have sneakers and I will provide them. They gave me a pair of sneakers. I said: It is necessary for you. Mr. Sabouri said: I will not need it and so it was, because he was martyred in this trip.
In the hills of Allah Akbar, his sincerity surprised me. Although the trenching facilities were limited and we were deprived of any facilities, we were faced with the sacrifice of this noble man. One of our comrades went to Khorramshahr by Simorgh car and under heavy enemy fire provided railways, iron and boards and …… to build trenches, equipment and facilities for trench construction.
He was injured at the end of his honorable life and had a cane. He always wished that this cane would be taken away from them by martyrdom one day.
We had a doctor in Ferdows, named Mr. Mortazavi. He was from Sabzevar. In the first years of the revolution, Dr. Mortazavi stood in the Mirzai Mosque in Ferdows and people followed him, and all the people of Ferdows accepted him. Once he came to the IRGC and said to me: Mr. Rabbani, I have a private business with you, I sat next to him. Mr. Fereydoun Zal was also there. Dr. Mortazavi said: I do not have a son, but God has given me some daughters. One of them is her wedding time and I would like one of the children of Ferdows Basij to be my son-in-law, I want to consult with you. Introduce a picture of these young people. I said: You know these young people! Which one do you want? Mr. Doctor said: I am very interested in Mr. Mehdi Sabouri, I have asked God for some good grooms. I want the first one to be Mr. Sabouri. Please talk to them. Then I talked to Mr. Zal with Mr. Zal. Mehdi Agha laughed and said: Mr. Rabbani, are you caught yourself? Do you want to catch us too? What plan did you draw for me? At that time, I had a 6-month-old daughter, whom Mehdi Agha was very interested in. I was always told: I have to wait to be your son-in-law, I talked to him briefly, he was finally satisfied. I informed Dr. Mortazavi about it. They were very happy and prostrated with joy. Dr. Mortazavi said: You are the agent to go to Sabzevar and talk to my family. I went to Sabzevar with Mr. Zal and talked to his family. His family was very happy and said: whatever Dr. Salah himself knows, it was decided that he, too, should come to Ferdows and hold the assembly in Mirza Ferdows Mosque. A few nights before his wedding, I was at home one night, Martyr Sabouri came and told me: Haj Agha, I want to go to the front, I jokingly said to him: Why are you in such a hurry? Do you want to get a parliament sooner? He said: No, Haj Agha, they called me from Mashhad a few hours ago and asked for me, and I have to leave tomorrow morning. , And they said: If I return, I will surrender to you, and we will surely get a parliament. They said goodbye to me and left with some other children, and in the operation, after Alimardani’s brother was martyred, he took over the command and achieved a high degree of martyrdom during the conflict, after The news of his martyrdom was brought. I was very upset. Mr. Mortazavi’s family was also upset to hear the news of his martyrdom. Why are you in such a hurry? Do you want to get a parliament sooner? He said: No, Haj Agha, they called me from Mashhad a few hours ago and asked for me, and I have to leave tomorrow morning. , And they said: If I return, I will surrender to you, and we will surely get a parliament. They said goodbye to me and left with some other children, and in the operation, after Alimardani’s brother was martyred, he took over the command and achieved a high degree of martyrdom during the conflict, after The news of his martyrdom was brought. I was very upset. Mr. Mortazavi’s family was also upset to hear the news of his martyrdom. Why are you in such a hurry? Do you want to get a parliament sooner? He said: No, Haj Agha, they called me from Mashhad a few hours ago and asked for me, and I have to leave tomorrow morning. , And they said: If I return, I will surrender to you, and we will surely get a parliament. They said goodbye to me and left with some other children, and in the operation, after Alimardani’s brother was martyred, he took over the command and achieved a high degree of martyrdom during the conflict, after The news of his martyrdom was brought. I was very upset. Mr. Mortazavi’s family was also upset to hear the news of his martyrdom. Mehdi Agha, wait for us to hold the ceremony, then you go and whatever I insisted on, they did not accept, and said: If I return, I will surrender to you, and we will definitely hold the parliament. They said goodbye to me and left with some other children, and in the operation, after Alimardani’s brother was martyred, he took over the command and achieved a high degree of martyrdom during the conflict, after The news of his martyrdom was brought. I was very upset. Mr. Mortazavi’s family was also upset to hear the news of his martyrdom. Mehdi Agha, wait for us to hold the ceremony, then you go and whatever I insisted on, they did not accept, and said: If I return, I will surrender to you, and we will definitely hold the parliament. They said goodbye to me and left with some other children, and in the operation, after Alimardani’s brother was martyred, he took over the command and achieved a high degree of martyrdom during the conflict, after The news of his martyrdom was brought. I was very upset. Mr. Mortazavi’s family was also upset to hear the news of his martyrdom.
Seyyed Abbas Hassannia:
One of the memories that is very important to me and I will not forget, is: I was with him in Chezabeh area and there Mr. Sabouri rebelled against us several times every day and showed special interest in us and Other warriors showed. He would come and talk to us for days. One day the weather was very hot and dusty. He said: Today is a good day for me to follow the body of the pious martyr, because the enemy does not see me. When he left and returned at noon, he said: “Every time I went there, I could not find Parsa’s body.” But I found the body of an army captain and brought it with me. He was upset that day. Traces of fragments he had already eaten were wounded. However, he had gone for this mission. But unfortunately, because the enemy was close, he could not. Find the body of a pious martyr.
Seyed Hashem Darchei:
On the night of the operation, Mr. Sabouri was shot in the leg. Chafieh tied himself to his leg and took the other injured hand, which was moving behind his head, and continued on his way. Another Chefieh tied his leg and with the same injured brother, they reached the back of the line.
Gholamreza Diyari: In
Ferdows Hospital, the injured were not treated properly, Martyr Sabouri was very upset. He wanted to destroy the hospital. He told the head of the hospital, “What would you do if your hospital wanted to be like Ahvaz, where they bring 50 wounded a day?”
Ahmad Majd Mirzaei: The
last meeting with Mr. Sabouri was on a night when thousands of Basij brothers came to the Basij at his previous invitation. After giving a speech to them about the war and the Imam’s message, he invited them to the front They went to the front. After a while, they achieved their long-held dream of martyrdom.
During Operation Akbar, Mr. Sabouri’s battalion was a line-breaking battalion. When we reached the top of the hill, there were no more than 20 to 25 people left.
In the morning we arrived at a mortar shell that had previously been used against Mabeh. Mr. Sabouri said to a young Basiji brother, “Come here, turn the mortar grip on the Iraqis and contract on a hypothetical orientation.” He said: he does not want to know. Just as I throw the bullets into the grip, so do you. After that, the Iraqis fled with their cars and tanks. In the morning, we saw that 10 to 15 vehicles and tanks of our Basij had been hit by mortars.
One day, when we were returning from Sarayan, the driver of the car turned on the car for a few seconds without any reason.
Seyyed Hassan Boroumand:
In April of 1961, I went to the city of Bostan. The speaker of the city’s Grand Mosque announced that Mr. Mohammad Ali Alamdar (driver from Abd Ferdows) should come to the Grand Mosque as soon as possible. Mr. Alamdar entered the mosque, his eyes fell on me and he started crying I asked what happened? He said: Yesterday Mehdi was martyred, he said: Mehdi has been martyred, my tears flowed.
Seyed Hassan Boroumand: The
last time he came to say goodbye to our house, his leg was injured and he had to hold a cane. I said: You want to go to the front with your injured leg! He said: Yes. They called, there is a need, I have to go. He said: But this time I have come to say goodbye to you. I said: You always said that we must fight to victory. He said: No, this time it is different.
Mohammad Ali Bakhshaish:
At that time I was a doctor, Mr. Sabouri had a severe leg injury. I bandaged his feet every day. The injury was so severe that the infection had even infected some of his pants. When he realized that he had to be in the rank, he was ready to move despite the severe wound. If he wants to be good, he will be good here.
Qasim Bani Assad:
Mr. Sabouri came to our trench at noon the day before his martyrdom. Inspired by their martyrdom, he told me: This is my last journey. And the next day they brought the news of their martyrdom.
One day, Mr. Sabouri and I went on a mission together. I performed ablution and prepared for prayer. While praying, I realized that Mr. Sabouri had followed me. Our prayer is over. I said to him: I have no justice that you followed me? He said: Go and get justice.
Ahmad Majd Mirzaei:
One night I was in charge of the Basij guard. We went to the bases inside the city with the driver to head. I said to myself: It is Friday night to go to the shrines of the martyrs and pray for my needs. When I got there, I saw: Mr. Sabouri is sitting inside the grave, praying and crying loudly and loudly. Although I saw them, I did not show myself. Because I was sure they would not like others to see him in this state.
Gholam Hossein Javadi:
Mr. Sabouri described this memory:
One night, at the time of Taghut, the sound of footsteps came from behind the roof. I got up and threw all the leaflets in the house into the oven and set them on fire. They searched the whole house, and when they reached the head of the oven, one of them said: “The leaflets have been thrown into the oven and set on fire.” I said: We were cold, we burned the children’s desk in the oven to warm up. They took me and took me away. “Immediately,” they sent me to Mashhad. One day, the head of the Sheigan SAVAK took me to his room and said, “Son.” I said, “Yes.” He said: Did you distribute leaflets in Ferdows? I said: What is a leaflet? He said: Do you know Mr. Khomeini? I said: Yes. He asked: What are they? I said: They are mujtahids. He asked: Do you imitate them? I said: Yes. Well, where is the field? I said: Yes. Mr. Khomeini is in Tabriz. He said: Is he alive or have he died? I said: They died years ago. We have been told that it is permissible to imitate the dead, we imitate them. Sheegan looked at the officer next to him and said: Do you see who is being sent here? Doesn’t the party know that Mr. Khomeini is alive or dead? He then asked me: What did you do with the leaflets? I said: What is a proclamation? We threw a few leaves from the exercise book in the oven because it was cold and set them on fire, saying: “You have a message.” I said: I do not have rent. He said: How much do Tafrdos charge? I said: 30 tomans. He said: There is no problem, he gave me the money and I came to Ferdows. Sheegan was so impressed that they immediately released my client. I said: I do not have rent. He said: How much do Tafrdos charge? I said: 30 tomans. He said: There is no problem, he gave me the money and I came to Ferdows. Sheegan was so impressed that they immediately released my client. I said: I do not have rent. He said: How much do Tafrdos charge? I said: 30 tomans. He said: There is no problem, he gave me the money and I came to Ferdows.
Ali Sabouri: We
once served in the army in 1956. One day he came to the barracks and said: “Let ‘s go to Ferdows together.” We got on a motorcycle and went to Ferdows and hid in the garden of a close friend and distributed leaflets the next day.
At noon on one of the days of Farvardin in 1961, because our battalion was in Bostan, Martyr Sabouri came to the battalion’s base and talked a lot. He said all the pain in his heart: he had such a painful heart and complained about the cowardice of his time, that I also cried a lot and after finishing his speech he said: I have come for the last goodbye and I am miserable, while he cries in disbelief. I looked at Mahdi’s luminous face. I said: Mehdi, do not joke. You are our commander. You must be the last person to achieve martyrdom, you are the pride of our city and country, you are the pride of a generation, jihad and self-sacrifice and martyrdom. He said with a laugh: So-and-so! The meeting is the last meeting. Say whatever you want, this meeting will not be renewed. And I kept kissing his male hands and crying and I felt, saying goodbye to Al-Mahdi is saying goodbye to all good things. Although I was not sure if this was the last meeting, I knew that he would never see such a man again. The meeting continued with my intense crying, and in the middle of my tears, he handed me a sack of paint and his belongings and ordered me to return to Ferdows, and then my tears began to fall again.
On the night of Eid in 1982, at 9 pm, when we were asleep, Martyr Mehdi woke us up and said: Get up, we want to go to Chezabeh. Tonight, we want to play fireworks at the turn of the year to break the spirit of the invading Iraqis. Together with Mr. Seyyed Ali Akbar Parsa, we got ready and I took the RPG G7, went to Chezabeh with a bullet and a scrap car that Mehdi had. He was very happy that night. You laughed constantly. The road passed through Hoor and the martyr was driving without a traffic light. Two or three times the car tire hit the heavy sand on the side of the road. And Lee reached Chezabeh with all the dangers. We passed through the embankments. The rest of the battalion officers went from the second line or (PMP). But Martyr Mehdi went to the back of the first embankment with the same scrap car, and this was while the RPG bullets were falling like hail from the Iraqis and exploding with a terrible sound, which we were really scared of. But he went forward like a mountain and joked, and every time a mortar exploded on the side of the road or on both sides, and we wanted to rise naturally, he was confronted with the steadfast stature of Martyr Mehdi and the smile on his face, and he was forced to. We were walking next to him. After reaching the command trench and a moment of rest on the orders of Martyr Mehdi, we took the RPG and with him we walked along the embankment of the front line and next to the canal, and on the way, to any fort we reached, Martyr Mehdi It would dig trenches and tell everyone not to get tired, or provide for their shortcomings and problems and give them the necessary instructions. Until we reached the trenches of the children of Ferdows and Mr. Mehdi said: Tonight I have brought you a guest, who were the brothers of Seyyed Hassan Nia, Qasem Bani Assad and Hatami who welcomed us with open arms. Martyr Sabouri gave the necessary instructions and said: It is 2:20 in the morning of the year 1361. Brothers! With the thunderous cry of God Almighty and with the fire of all weapons, fire on the enemy positions for a few minutes. When saying goodbye, he said to me: You will also shoot three, four, bullets in these few minutes, and he left the trench with a laugh. With the other brothers, they counted the moments waiting for the promised hour, and the children of the line spoke of Mahdi’s courage, bravery, self-esteem, sincerity, and downfall. It was two o’clock in the morning, and a terrible sound was heard, and the sound was getting closer and closer. Until the fire of preparing Iraq began to rain from the ground and the sky. The embankment was lit by Iraqi lights, like daylight, and Iraqi tanks fired at the front line embankment, behind which our trenches were located, so that the trench lantern light went out. I went out of the trench, there were explosions and bullets everywhere. I picked up the RPG and walked into the canal towards the RPG trench, which I did not know where. Iraqi tanks were busy firing. Martyr Mahdi had sent a message via wireless that the brothers should resist vigorously, that Iraqis should pass over the corpses tonight. I fell from hole to hole under the lights and bullets, until I finally found the RPG trench, and next to the 50 trench, I started firing the RPG ready-made bullet. That night, Iraq fired on Chezabeh, which, according to Martyr Sabouri, was unprecedented. In the morning, we met the luminous face of Mehdi. In response to our question that we asked: Mehdi! What is this amazing thing that has happened in Chezabeh? He said with a laugh: If I allowed the forces, they would cross the embankment with a takbir! I fell from hole to hole under the lights and bullets, until I finally found the RPG trench, and next to the 50 trench, I started firing the RPG ready-made bullet. That night, Iraq fired on Chezabeh, which, according to Martyr Sabouri, was unprecedented. In the morning, we met the luminous face of Mehdi. In response to our question that we asked: Mehdi! What is this amazing thing that has happened in Chezabeh? He said with a laugh: If I allowed the forces, they would cross the embankment with a takbir! I fell from hole to hole under the lights and bullets, until I finally found the RPG trench, and next to the 50 trench, I started firing the RPG ready-made bullet. That night, Iraq fired on Chezabeh, which, according to Martyr Sabouri, was unprecedented. In the morning, we met the luminous face of Mehdi. In response to our question that we asked: Mehdi! What is this amazing thing that has happened in Chezabeh? He said with a laugh: If I allowed the forces, they would cross the embankment with a takbir!
He was the battalion commander in Chezabeh. His deputy there was a pious martyr. He had gone with Mr. Alamdar’s driver to bring timber from the railway. When they brought it, Mr. Alamdar said: Mr. Sabouri is under fire, we can not empty the timber. Mr. Sabouri said: You go inside the trench, I will empty the timber myself. The lives of these children are my responsibility and I have to build a trench, and if we do not build this trench, God knows how many people will be martyred, and he was martyred by a mortar while holding timber.
In 1956, one of the militant and committed clerics was released from prison and was supposed to be in the village of Charma during the Muharram decade. At the initiative of the sincere Basij, Mr. Fereydoun Zal, we went to the village of Charma in a dump truck with 40 Hezbollah brothers. When we got out of the car, due to the suffocating atmosphere of that time, we all gathered in a mourning procession. Two young teenagers, namely: the great martyrs Mehdi Sabouri and Seyyed Hassan Mir Razavi, began to mourn and recited these poems aloud: The lamp of God, the Spirit of God, the determination to travel. He declared danger, if Hosseini’s friend, refer to Khomeini.
Gholamreza Diari: It had been a
few nights since I had noticed that Mr. Sabouri had been missing since 2:30 am and had not been in the trenches for an hour. One day I said to one of the brothers: Let’s see, where is Mr. Sabouri going? My friend said: What do you have, where is he going? Until one night I followed him alone, saw him, went into the grove and began to pray. He did not leave for a few nights the next night. I asked him: Why don’t you go to your post every night? He said: Because you have understood what I am going there for!
Once, the SAVAK administration arrested and beat Saburi’s brother for carrying Imam Khomeini’s proclamation. Who gave you this announcement? He did not confess to whom he had taken it and had said: he had found them and because I had given them these announcements and he had not said anything, no problem had arisen for me during this process. Anyway, they make a case for Martyr Sabouri and after one or two nights, they decide to hand him over to the Mashhad police. One of the police officers named Sohrabi, whom most of the people of Ferdows were afraid of, along with two other officers, were assigned to take Sabouri’s brother to Mashhad. He was tied up and put in a car and taken out of the city. On the way, there was a coffee house after Kalat Pass. They keep it next to the coffee shop for breakfast. Martyr Sabouri’s hands are opened and one hand is locked in the car seat with a handcuff and they go inside the coffee shop and bring a drink to Sabouri’s brother. Martyr Sabouri said: I once thought that the file might be in the car. I said to myself: Now is the time to take the file and destroy it. With great difficulty I reached out and picked up the file, it was in an envelope. I opened the envelope, all the notices and interrogations were in that file. I poured the same drink they had brought on those papers. Then I lowered the glass and dropped the crumpled papers. The officers got in the car after eating breakfast and we moved to Mashhad and they handed over the information to the Mashhad police. When they get off, they look for the case. But they do not find any traces of the case. They ask each other questions, but they are not arrested. They tell each other that, perhaps, they forgot to bring Ferdows. They go to the house of a friend who was in Mashhad. From there, they call the Ferdows police and they say: You have taken the case to Mashhad with you. Officers beat Mr. Sabouri in the same house and said: What did you do with the case? He also says: I do not know about the case when my hands are tied? In any case, they had been handed over to the police. Because they could not prove anything, they released him after a week. One afternoon, I saw Saburi’s brother come to our house. I said: Were you arrested? How did you get released? He described the whole process and said: I put a hat on the Savakis. But Saburi’s brother was injured in the legs because he had been beaten with a cable. He was in our house for 24 hours, his legs getting better. He said: My father is waiting for me, because they think, I am still in SAVAK. I have to go to Ferdows. But I do not want to go empty handed. I must bring a notice, a tape. I went to the house of Mr. Mahami, who was the Imam’s representative in Mashhad. I gave him some announcements, tapes and two treatises of Imam (ra) and he was happy that they would not go empty handed and he picked them up and left.
Taken from the oral memoirs of the family and friends of the martyr
As he greeted his prayer, he stared at the posters and photos, which he had obsessively spread on the floor in neat packages.
After mentioning the rosary of Hazrat Zahra (AS), he placed his body on the ledge in front of the mirror. He had not yet combed his hair in front of him. He got up.
Mehdi hurriedly picked up the cards from the ground and asked his brother to bring a match. The previous appointment and great caution reached many revolutionary citizens, and now they have to burn in the fire, he threw it away. He had no words. It was a matter of how the thousands of devout revolutionaries who had read the leaflets or were somehow aware of their contents would be confronted by the Savakis.
SAVAK agents entered through the door, walls and roof of the house.
A man who was relatively fat and his eyes were drunk with taste ordered the other people to go around the whole house and then he came forward and humbly slapped Mehdi on the back with his fleshy hand and made a grin on his face. You are a child who pays homage to revolutionaries. Tell me where you hid the leaflets.
Mehdi said boldly: Which announcement? I do not know what the announcement is. Are you right? Look boy, these agents do not hide the slightest thing from their eyes, it is enough to hide.
Didn’t you tell me that my mouth still smells like milk, so how do I know where the announcements are?
The officer tied his eyebrows and tied his back: These recent sabotages under the heads of young people like you, who have not yet grown green behind your lips and your voice has not been formed, are hitting the rule of Imam Ali. What a pity for all the kindness they do to you. And the mufti cake that goes in the belly without eyes and souls like you.
Mahdi sighed. A sigh of relief rose from his body.
What Savaki was saying was nothing more than a noble rite of passage.
An officer ran forward: We found nothing but a few sheets that had been burned in the oven. The officer grabbed a cigarette angrily, squeezed his fingers. He went to the oven. Mehdi repeated: I do not know the announcement. My brothers and I are cold. You can see that it is cold. Because in this empty house, there was nothing to warm up.Sources (publication):Sajid site