Martyr Hossein Jafarzadeh

Father’s name: Hassan

Date of birth: January 21, 1966

Place of birth: Khankuk

Date of martyrdom:  April 27, 1985

Place of martyrdom: Soumar

Burial place: Khankuk

Sending unit: subject to the IRGC

biography, diary

Hossein Jafarzadeh

Martyr Hossein Jafarzadeh, son of Hassan, was born on 11/1/1344 in Khankuk village of Ferdows city. His good morals as a child were his hallmarks. At the age of 7, he went to the primary school in his native village, and during this time, he was always known for his kind and good-natured classmates. After finishing elementary school, he left for Ferdows city and studied guidance in that city for the first and second years. He dropped out of school due to his father’s busy schedule and joined his father in livestock and agriculture.

He was always a supporter of Velayat-e-Faqih and had a special adherence to the rules of Sharia. He also took part in marches during the revolution.

Reaching the age of military service, he joined the Ferdows Revolutionary Guards to spend his service under the flag and was sent to the army in 1984. He trained for two months in Neishabour and then was sent to the Sumar front. In his letters, Martyr Jafarzadeh repeatedly advised his brothers to come to the front and not leave the trenches empty.

Finally, Martyr Jafarzadeh was martyred on 7/2/1985 as a wireless chi in the Sumar front by being shot in the side.

The body of this martyr was buried in his hometown after being transferred to Khankuk village and buried

. Source: Documents and Publications Office of the General Office of the Martyr and Veterans Affairs Foundation of South Khorasan

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