Martyr nour Mohammad Abdi Nejad

With the overthrow of the Pahlavi regime, he put his back into protecting the achievements of the Islamic Revolution led by Imam Khomeini and as the Iraqi imposed war broke out, he rushed to the war fronts to defend his country and beliefs against the Saddam-led intruders…

Martyr Nour Mohammad Abdi Nejad was born in a very religious family of believers in 1960 in the northern city of A’amol. There he grew up and went to school until he finished the elementary school. Then he left the school in order to work in a tailor shop due to financial problems.

During the Islamic Revolution peak days, Nour Mohammad who could not put up with Shah’s dictatorship, joined the roaring waves of the nation demonstrating and shouting against the American-backed Regime of Shah and did not spare any efforts in this way.

With the overthrow of the Pahlavi regime, he put his back into protecting the achievements of the Islamic Revolution led by Imam Khomeini and as the Iraqi imposed war broke out, he rushed to the war fronts to defend his country and beliefs against the Saddam-led intruders and was injured in Kurdistan.

After returning to his hometown of A’amol, Martyr Abdi Nejad started his new job in his brother’s welding shop.

Finally he was shot martyred by the enemies of Islam and Revolution during the A’amol clashes on January 26, 1982.


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