Martyr Bahram Mobaraki

Name: Bahram Mobaraki

Date of Birth: February 16, 1959

Place of Birth: Abadan

Date of Martyrdom: July 28, 1988

Place of Martyrdom: Kermanshah, Mersad operation

Bahram Mobaraki was born in 1959 in Abadan. He was still a little child when he lost his mother. When he was 12, he migrated to Hamedan and took his diploma degree there.

Martyr Mobaraki started his military service after he finished high school. He was serving at the Army Airforce when Imam Khomeini ordered all soldiers to evacuate the garrisons in 1979. So he deserted and started anti-Shah Regime activities at his hometown, Abadan.

After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, Bahram Mobaraki joined the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps and started fighting the enemy in Abadan. He returned to Hamedan in 1984 and continued his service there. He showed much bravery during the 8 year long war and was always ready to sacrifice his life.

Finally, in Mersad operation, when he was the commander of a battalion, General Bahram Mobaraki was martyred in Kermanshah’s Charzebar region.

A part of martyr Mobaraki’s testament reads:

“We, the followers of the doctrine of prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H) and his purified family (P.B.U.T), must serve Islam as much as we can and I think fighting in the path of Allah is the best thing we can do for Islam. I have made my choice and I think the life will be meaningful only through fighting the blasphemy. I love such a life and enjoy fighting the infidels. Through such fights we can promote ourselves and free Iran, Iraq, Karbala, Palestine, Quds and all the Muslims and oppressed people of the world and through war the peace can be established… .”