Name: Norouz Imani-Nasab
Date of Birth: October 7, 1960
Place of Birth: Sorkheh, Semnan
Marital Status: Married (father of two children)
Date of Martyrdom: 1988
Norouz Imani-Nasab was born in October 6, 1960, in Sorkheh, located to the north of Kavir National Park.
When the Iranian borders were invaded by Iraqi Baath army, Imani-Nasab was among the first groups who rushed to the war fronts to protect Iran against enemies. He experienced most of the 8 years of Iraqi imposed war at battle fronts, except for the days he went home on leave of absence or when he went for treatment of his war injuries.
Married in 1981, Norouz held many responsibilities during the Iraqi imposed war on Iran and took part in many operations, including Kheibar, Valfajr-1, Valfajr-4, Valfajr-8, Karbala-4, Karbala-5, Beitolmoghadas, and Mersad. He sustained eye and foot injuries in the operations.
Shortly after the cease-fire between Iran and Iraq, in July 1988, Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group, armed and equipped by the executed Iraqi dictator, gathered all its members across Europe in Iraq and conducted Mersad military offensive on the Western Iranian borders.
Imani-Nasab was killed in 1988 in the Mersad Operation, while he had a three-year-old son and a 15-day-old daughter.