The name of Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan has been written down at the Encyclopedia of Iranian Assassinated Martyrs - the full list of Iranian terror victims recorded by Habilian Association - and brought the number of Iranian victims of terror to 17160 people.
The number of glorious martyrs of Iran increased to 17160, when representatives of Habilian Association (families of Iranian terror victims) paid a visit to Ahmadi-Roshan’s house and his mother wrote down the name of his only son at the Encyclopedia of Iranian Assassinated Martyrs.
“I had only one son who was very dear to me but nevertheless I am proud of his martyrdom,” said Seddighe Salarian, the mother of Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan.
“Iranian people are not afraid of such acts of terror; the more they assassinate our youth, the more our nation will awake and the more they continue along their path,” she added.
Ahmadi-Roshan’s wife said that Human rights from the West’s point of view has a special definition just for themselves, adding that freedom to them means that all the world "should be monitored by the West and Zionists." "Thus, Human rights in the contemporary world is meaningless."
At the end of the visit, Iranian assassinated scientist’s mother wrote down the name of his only son in the list of Iranian assassinated martyrs as the seventeen thousand one hundred and sixtieth Iranian terror martyr.
In a brazen daylight assassination on Wednesday January 11, 2012, Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan, outstanding PhD student at Sharif University of Technology and a deputy of commercial affairs at Iran’s Natanz Nuclear facility, was martyred along with his driver after two assailants on a motorbike attached a magnetic bomb to the side of his car in Seyed Khandan neighborhood in Tehran.