“Revolutionary Punishment” of a Student in Tehran

The Mojahedin-e Khalq terrorist group has claimed responsibility for “revolutionary punishment” of a stove repairman in Tehran in 1984.

The MeK has made the confession in No. 221 of the Mojahed Magazine.

According to this confession, on September 13, 1984, a team of MeK operatives after a reconnaissance mission assassinated a man named Mohammad Reza Hizomi in Qasr-od-Dasht street of Tehran.

By Referring to the Encyclopedia of Names of Martyrs (vol., p.) it is determined that the victim has been a student.