Father’s name: Gholamreza
Date of birth: November 2, 1967
Place of birth: Gastj
Date of martyrdom: July 21, 1988
Place of martyrdom: Soumar
Burial place: Gastaj
Sending unit: Jihad
Martyr Monemi was born in 1346 in Gastaj village of Ferdows city. He started his new life and childhood in a religious family. He went to school at the age of 7 and spent his primary education in the same village where he was born. He worked in technical work in a car refinishing workshop. After some time of refinement and apprenticeship, he acquired the necessary skills as a master. He was unfamiliar until the revolution won and revolutionary institutions such as jihad, the IRGC, and the Basij were formed. They wrote and after the training course they were ready to participate in the battlefields of the right against.From a one-month stop for three months, they went to the battlefield for the first time and fought with the Ba’athist enemies in the western operational area of the country. He went to the front for another 2 months, during which time he had to serve in the army. Because the jihadi forces were somehow aware of his work and good performance, they invited him to spend his military service in the jihad. On duty, he went to the Somar operational and war zone. During this new period, he went to the front several times with the support of the Jihad Sazandegi war and participated in various operations. Bakhtaran and Hamedan were hospitalized after the martyrdom because they did not have license plates and their bodies had been missing for some time.
Moral characteristics of a martyr from the words of his parents
Ali was a good boy, always looking for good deeds. When he came to the village from war zones or the city, he was sure to disobey his friends and neighbors, especially the weak, and was kind. He was often seen leaving the house in the middle of the night. No one knew where he was going. After a few nights of being chased, he was seen going to the mosque and praying in a corner of the mosque in secret and in need of God. His long bowing and prostrations are still evident in his mind.
From an early age, he had a special interest in parties and gatherings.
He was very kind to his parents and very polite.
He prays for the first time in such a way that the Imamate of the congregation of the local mosque said that every time I entered the mosque, I saw Martyr Monemi busy in the mosque.
He was subject to the Imam and the leadership, and it was this obedience to the Imam and the Velayat-e-Faqih that bound him to carry out his command and to participate in the battlefields of truth against falsehood.
He considered heaven to be a flight to God and liberation from the world.
One day, he came from the front. Their brother’s leave asked the martyr, Ali Jan, what are you doing and what are you doing in the front? To be lost.
Memoirs of a martyr’s mother
One day, Jan’s mother told me that I had 20,000 tomans of money and that I had not paid khums on it, and that I should pay khums on it as soon as possible so that (perhaps if something happens I would not be indebted) she was in a strange state during the last days of her leave. He was in another world, and when he left home, most of his friends and acquaintances would gather around him and talk about the front, the war, and the martyrdom. He would describe the testimonies, operations, and bravery of the warriors to the villagers. Most of the time he was praying and he had a secret and a need for God.
It was as if he knew he was going through the last days of his life because he was saying goodbye to everyone when he left and he was asking for forgiveness until he finally left and they were martyred due to the chemical bombardment of the enemy. The chemistry of his body was completely unknown and it was not known that the holy soul of that martyr was finally buried in the village of Gastij.
Memoirs of my fellow martyr Mohammad Ali Torabi
My acquaintance with the martyr was in one of the operations that took place in the west of the country. Martyr Monemi was a very heavy and dignified fighter. He hated irrational behaviors and contrary to deviant beliefs. The division of labor in the region between the fighters chose the work that was most difficult. We were a group that was the bridge builder. Due to the annoying and abnormal sound of the device, they never expressed tiredness and nostalgia. They performed their prayers with a certain firmness, humility and modesty. His long prostrations are unforgettable. The commander’s order should never be disobeyed. He always said that the words of the Imam and the leadership are valid for us and we should act in a way that does not upset him.
Memoirs of the martyr’s brother (Mohammad Ali Monemi)
One of the moral characteristics of the martyr was that he was very attached to the prayers and worship of God. He always tried to offer his prayers first. There was a lot in the house and he was needed to receive the guests. We did not find him when we looked. After a while, we saw that Ali was coming from afar. I told him where did Ali Jan go and did you leave the guests? I went to pray and there we realized how much Ali is tied to prayer, mystery and need for God.
Memoirs of Martyr Hamid Bakhshi
From the Islamic ethics of Martyr Monemi, whatever I can say, I have said little. He was a person of prayer, mystery and need for God. He participated in prayers of Tawassul and Kamil and other prayers. I was able to sleep. I came out of the trench and saw that Ali was lying in a corner and was praying at night.
He was a very compassionate and hard-working person, he was never unemployed. Martyr Monemi was physically heavy. And you buried me, you will take me and bury me in the same way, but this is how he explains the martyrdom of Martyr Monemi. The last stage of the operation was when we were working in a repair shop. Rome enters the trenches because the 11th and 12th trenches belong to the Ferdowsis. In less than ten minutes, enemy planes came and chemically bombed our base, and a missile hit the 12th trench. Nazeri’s brother had gone out to do something. Asadi was also under the ground. We immediately started to work and, under the supervision of Martyr Nazeri, we pulled Monemi out from under the rubble, but Martyr Asadi was under the ground and no trace of him was found.We transferred him to a 500-room hospital, but he did not have a healthy place in his body. The chemical effects of the enemies. They had said that he had been missing for a long time due to lack of identification, and then they had buried his soul.
It is necessary to explain that before his martyrdom, he had asked God to make his body disappear, which he had achieved.
May his soul be happy and comfortable