Nematollah Bonyasi

Name: Nematollah Bonyasi

Date of Birth: April 09, 1962

Place of Birth: Asadabad

Date of Martyrdom: July 27, 1988

Place of Martyrdom: Kermanshah, Mersad Operation

It was spring 1962 in a remote village near Asadabad town suburbs, when the birth of an innocent child named Nematollah, brought the joy and warmth to his hometown.

Martyr Nematollah Bonyasi finished his preliminary studies in his hometown and then moved to Asadabad to enter the high school.

Nematollah was only 19 when he joined the Islamic Revolution’s Guards Corps (IRGC) in 1981, and was dispatched to Kurdistan to confront the antirevolutionary forces in that region. After a while, he reached the warzones and started fighting the Ba’athi invaders. He was appointed as the commander of Amirolmomenin division’s communications in 1984, after he showed much bravery and wisdom in frontlines. Nematollah Bonyasi made many sacrifices when he was in charge. He had chosen his trench as his first home and had a continuous presence in the warzones. He was appointed as the commander of heavy machinery in western operational fields and made great services in 1987.

Martyr Bonyasi was always present at the warzones up to the end of the Iraqi imposed war on Iran and didn’t stop his efforts until his restless soul joined his martyr comrades in Mersad operation where he was martyred by terrorist Mujahedin-e Khlalq organization (MKO. MEK, NCRI,…) members.

A part of his testament reads:

“We ask God to finish our lives with martyrdom and happiness. Nothing is as ugly as materialism and no means can contaminate the Muslims the way materialism does. We ask God to grant us the power not only to raise the sound of “down with the U.S. and down with Israel” in Ka’abah, but also in all the churches around the world. All possible means must be adopted in the battle against Islam’s enemies.“


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