Martyr General Rajab Ali Mohammadzadeh

Gen. Rajab Ali Mohammadzadeh attended several victorious operations during Iran-Iraq war. He was finally martyred in a suicide attack by the Wahhabi terrorist Jundallah in October 18, 2009, along with Gen. Nour Ali Shoushtari and several tribal and local leaders from both the Shiite and Sunni communities.

Rajab Ali Mohammadzadeh was born to a religious family in Nodeh – a village in Northern Khorasan Province – in April 22, 1961. From the very childhood, he had such a great love and respect to the Prophet Muhammad and his infallible family (peace be upon them) that he always attended Imam Hussein’s mourning sessions.

Later as a teenager, he was an active participant in Islamic anti-Shah demonstrations. After the victory of the Iranian Islamic Revolution, Mohammadzadeh soon joined the popular Basij. In 1982, he joined the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution (aka Revolutionary Guard) and attended the Iran-Iraq war fronts. It was in Operation Khaybar in 1983 that he met Martyr Gen. Nour Ali Shoushtari and became his close companion until they were martyred in 2009.

Gen. Rajab Ali Mohammadzadeh attended several victorious operations during Iran-Iraq war. He was finally martyred in a suicide attack by the Wahhabi terrorist Jundallah in October 18, 2009. The blast took place at a “unity” gathering of Shiite and Sunni tribal leaders in the Pishin area in Sistan-Balouchistan Province, near the Pakistan border. Gen. Rajab Ali Mohammadzadeh and Gen. Nour Ali Shoushtari along with several tribal and local leaders from both the Shiite and Sunni communities were martyred in the attack.


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