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April 8, 1993 (Farvardin 20, 1372) is the day of Haj Sayyed Morteza Aviny's martyrdom. He was a skillful author, the narrator of Ravayat-e Fath (a TV program), the chief editor of Sura Magazine (an artistic and literary magazine) and the head of TV department of the artistic center. Having traveled to one of the war zones of Iran for making a new series of Ravayat-e Fath, with a group of cameramen, he became martyr due to the mines, existed in the region. He was not alone, his colleague "Mohammed Sa'eed Yazdanparast" was another martyr.

Two days before leaving for the area of Fakkeh, as an answer to the question: "Where are you leaving for?" in this way:

"You may not know where I am going, I am leaving for Fakkeh, where our combatants witnessed how the angels were delivering the martyrs' souls."

After his martyrdom, our Supreme leader, "Hazrat-e Ayatollah Khamenei" commemorated his memory as "the lord of martyr authors".

The martyrdom anniversary of an Islamic revolution's artist who spent his life in the battlefields and who was the narrator of the Islamic combatants' efforts, was called " the day of the Islamic revolution's Art". This was following the Supreme leader's decree and was suggested by the poets and poetesses, authors and the artists of the Artistic Center of the Organization of the Islamic Propagation.

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Shahid Aviny'S biography and activities

The honorable martyr (Sayyed Morteza Aviny) was born in 1947 (1326) in Shahr-e Ray. Having behind the primary education and getting his diploma, was graduated from the College of Fine Arts, Tehran university and got his M.A of architecture. He had done some studies about the literature before the Revolution.

After the Revolution triumph and the foundation of Construction Jihad commanded by Late Imam Khomeini, (in 1979) he started working in the mentioned organization. While doing so, he left for the villages, so that he could solve the villagers' problems. Having witnessed the cruelties and injustice of the previous regime left behind for these groups of people, he aimed at making films for the Construction Jihad. His first work was a TV series called "Khan Gazideh-ha". It was about the uproar caused by Khosrow Qasqaee. In the following year, he joined the television team of Construction Jihad, as one of the representatives of this organization. He left us with "Ravayat- Fath" which was an ever lasting art taken from the Islamic combatants' bravery.

He was a director and producer of hundreds of documentary films, namely as " Khozestan's flood, the wedge of Martyrdom Jihad, Far away from the beloved, the Forgotten land of Beshagerd and Ravayat-e Fath (with 70 episodes).

Shahid Aviny worked for the Artistic center since 1988 (1367) till the end of war. Moreover; along with being the head of the television section, he was the chief editor of the Sura Magazine and the affiliated press as well.

His book called " The Magic Mirror" proved that he has some things to say in the field of cinema and also his points of view were the valuable ones in the related situation. Therefore, his opponents turned out to be wrong.

In 1992 (1371), following the Supreme leader's decree, he began to produce the new series of Ravayat-e Fath. While doing so, along with the search parties whose job was to identify the martyrs' bodies (remained there from the eight-year war), made the new series of Ravayat-e Fath and finally on April 8, 1993 (Farvardin 20, 1372) he became martyr and his endless journey began near the martyrs for whose sorrows he sang lamentations and he was waiting for a day on which he could join them.

Shahid Aviny joined his Lord Imam Hussein (pbuh) and his leader Imam Khomeini so that no one could think of the neglecting the customs and traditions of martyrdom.

On Farvardin 22, of the same year, his honorable body was escorted by the Supreme Leader and a group of the artists. He was buried in Behesht-e Zahra Cemetery.

His works

Speaking about Shahid Aviny's works, one can refer to the cinematic articles called ‘The Magic Mirror', the book called "A beginning of an End", another book called "The Victory Of Blood", a book which is the collection of the artistic and cultural articles, an article called "the Explanation of Light to the comment of Imam Khomeini's sonnet.

Culture & Art article, Simple Analysis, Culture or Culture of Development?, We & the Global Unique Culture, Will Theatre be alive?, A Cross with red blood, Which Gnosis?, An Uncompleted Note on Human's Identity & Reality, Poem & Madness, Secret of Sun Land.

His points of view

Shahid Sayyed Morteza Aviny considered the Western countries as a historic manifestation of Satan. He specifically (about the post-Renaissance) believed that the man's ignorance and rebellion had approached its climax through Omanism and being self-centered, the fact which would pave the ground for repentance.

Shahid Aviny called the current age as "the Age of Human Kind's Repentance". He considered the manifestation of a religious revolution as the manifestation of this historic and spiritual repentance.

Sahahid Aviny considered the humankind's historical destiny, consisting the elements as follows:

Dejection ( from collective and historical point of view)

Rebellion and being self-centered

Repentance( from the collective and historical point of view)

The beginning of spiritual age and saving from being self- centered.

Shahid Aviny considered the Islamic jurisdiction as the only legal government. Here come his words:

"The Islamic Jurisdiction is the only system which can lead to the Islamic superiority. The jurist is a person that the religious philosophy has improved in his soul. He also possesses the power to analyze the practical religious rules which are originated from the sources of truth which are Quran and tradition".

He did not considered freedom as human's right, but rather as his mission:

"Freedom is not a human right, but it is his mission toward truth and justice. However; this idea implies the negligence, which means that freedom has essentially no resistance and battle with truth, justice and commitment and in the case of manifestation of the true essence of freedom, all the quarrels and negotiations would be settled down. These negotiations are because of negligence about the true essence of freedom which is "Horriyat"."

"The real thinking is the present one which is "Reminder" (Zikr) and this latter one can not be achieved automatically. "Presence" is the exact version of "Reminder" and "Proximity" and "Negligence" are the exact "Dimension"."

Shahid Aviny was one of the serious and studious critics and at the same time the intellectual one. He constantly, criticized the superficiality of the Iranian intellectualism that appeared to be westernized. He considered those as intellectuals who tried to use the rules and the considerations with the theoretical, practical, empirical and sensational essence, taken from the logic framework and apart from the revelation, as the basis of a drastic change in mankind's life.

"An intellectual has contrastive ideas about the religion and associated traditions. He depends upon his own ideology and acquires the practical rules of his life through experiments and associated sciences. The intellectual community has basically tendency toward Western culture and has westernized thought in his mind. Even if he turns out to respect the religious principles, he will be about to be eclectic. He does not believe in the Islamic authority because, he believes in the Western democracy."

He considered the promulgation of this eclecticism as one of the goals behind the cultural invasion:

"The cultural invasion of the enemies of the revolution would be directed at those areas which have provided the independent identity and lead it to a campaign with the West: the Islamic culture of the revolution is the Islamic jurisdiction with no relationship with the U. S. A."

Shahid Aveeni was a true lover of the Islamic authority, a follower of his great teacher "Imam Khomeini" and the Supreme leader" Ayatollah Khamenei".

Jazak Allah for sharing. It is my faith that Shaheed Aveeni is with Muhammad (pbuh) and Ahl ul bait (as). May Allah raise his status in Jannat.

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in my profile picture you will see my 3 brothers who are shaheed........

insha'Allah someday i will write their story........

so many many of our brothers die and may Allah have mercy on them all and may they all see a high station in al-jannah insha'Allah.....

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i know many shaheeds personaly in KHI

there r two categories,

1) those who killed by yazeedi sipah e sahaba

2) who r active against yazeedi's and martyred in cross fire or extra judicialy

i know both of them, the 1 i need to mention, Dr. Haider shaheed, who was my teacher as well

i know him since my childhood as he was in our neighbourhood!

he was really a mujahid, who left everything, even his family for the mission of saving Shia's and countering the deadly attacks on shias in KHI.

he martyred in a counter, i witnessed! i could never forget that moment, when he stopped me to follow them! and order me to flee away! and keep the mission alive!

and mission is still alive till i am having breaths!

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in my profile picture you will see my 3 brothers who are shaheed........

insha'Allah someday i will write their story........

so many many of our brothers die and may Allah have mercy on them all and may they all see a high station in al-jannah insha'Allah.....

(salam) Sister I am still waiting for the time when you will share your views about your martyr brothers.

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My grandfather embraced shahadat roughly 10 years ago. He was gunned down by the ignorant Wahabbis in Northern Pakistan. I was quite young but i remember a few things about him. He initiated the spread of Shias in his area and was influential in opening mosques, helping the shia needy and ulema.

His personality? The thing i remember most about him was that though he may not have been as informed of the intricacies of fiqh etc such as some, he had a sincere and passionate love of the Ahlulbayt which touched everyone who met him. May God grant him the shadow of the Ahlulbayt in the next life and May Allah help me to follow in his beautiful footsteps.

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i have a total of 14 members of my family who became shaheed in saddams prisons in 1980 and 1992.

my fathers wife,

my uncles wife

5 of my uncles

two brothers of my step mums

my fathers uncle

4 of my fathers cousins

the youngest of these shohada was 14 years old which was my uncle, my other uncle was 17 years old, one of my other uncles was married for only a month before his execution, the other two left so much kids behind them, all of them were prosecuted straight away after being taken to prison except for my 17 year old uncle who we were told by so much prisoners which shared the same cell with him that he remained under torture of saddams for 3 continues years till they finally decided that they will prosecute him as they feared that he was a great terrorist for the country,....inna lillah wainna ileyhee raji3oon.

unfortunetly we dont know where they are burried as in saddams time so much were burried in one huge graveyard, and no one ever knew about them since,...but i always remeber them although they were all executed before my birth, but 14 members cant be forgotten specially if they are all cousins and uncles,...their memory still is in our life as my aunts always remember them in their daily lives and talk about their simplicity and kindness all the time.

May Allah raise the status of all of the martyres, who faught the batil and kufr and who was innocently murdered for no guilt,....

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Allahuma Salae Ala Muhammadin Wa Aaale Muhammad

There is no doubt that Allah grants great status to a Shaheed. It is my faith that those Shaheeds are with Ahl ul bait (as) in the paradise. They will become waseela of our "Nijaat' as well.

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I thought much that where i should set this topic. After much thought, i decided General Discussions forum is best place for this topic.

Shaheed Rah-e-Hussaini Allam Arif Hussain Al Hussain (qas) once said “It is obligatory for us to remember martyrs, praise their courage and look after their families. Arrangement of proper education should especially be the top priority for the orphans of martyrs".

The object of this thread is to know about the "Martyrs" of different parts of the world. What do you know about them? What kind of personalities were they? What did you feel about them? etc....

Thank you very much.

In my country, we had the eight-year war, the Iran-Iraq war. But mostly they call it the imposed war, or the war with the ba'thi regime of Iraq. Whatever they are going to call this, it was a war. The guys killed in that war are supposed to be martyred because they defended a shia country being invaded by a non shia dictator.

Martyrs

Martyrs

We've got a lot of martyrs….even I can say, still we are burying the bodies of the martyrs found in the southern parts of Iran. I'm not accusing any country here at this moment so don’t come and say it was not our fault it was yours or that kind of stuff. I'm only talking about the people who have been killed on the defence of their supposed eeman.

Personally, I don’t have any relative being martyred. I do see a lot of interviews with such families though. What is worse than that is the ones who are not martyred and are suffering the wounds of the war (attacked by chemical bombs, exposed to radio waves…). the families sometimes say things that are unbelievable. Only then we come to theis conclusion that we've lost some seas that we wont be able to replace in a million years. Their sons, husbands, fathers, uncles, cousins, and whatsoever the name or relation, were some great to-be-ever-living heroes once, and now they are some great forgotten heroes. The idea? What happened to the idea they died for? Simple. The ideas they died for, the eeman they sacrificed themselves for was buried along with them.

They died for their beliefs. They thought they were defending a thought, but the fact is that they have left us for good, and there remains a bunch of self-possessed and cheap chaps to be called men of Iran.

I just cry. I mean, what else can I do? Nothing, and this not being able to do anything kills me, burns me to the bones. do you understand? I don’t think so. I feel suffocated. I feel asphyxiated. I feel unable. It is just like the feeling I got when I first learned about the shias in Prachanar. I'm sooooooooooooooo sorry for this sleeping world. Some people are being killed only because of their beliefs. They have not claimed a land. They have not demanded a right that is not lawfully theirs. They are being killed for their thoughts. What this God Damn world is getting at, I don’t know. The only thing I want is my Imam e Zaman Aj's faraj. No one can help us. The situation has gotten out of the earthly hands. It totally demands a divine hand. I don’t mean we should sit and do nothing. I don’t mean that we can't help people in Pakistan. I mean whatever we do will be temporarily, fabricated in a way. They have penetrated us to the bones. They are deep within us. Evils are living with us right now. We must pray a true pray. So that the only true survivor of us reappears.

I want to say:

Please governments, if you are human beings, if you have a heart, just look at Pakistan.

But then I come to this point that:

Was it not the very Parachenar disaster that my government (the only government that claims to be a shia in the world) easily neglected, but spent the whole times of that God damn akhbar (news) on Gaza?

I'm not gonna cheat myself. These governments won't be able to help Parachenar, as they have shown that they have not been able to answer the 8 year imposed war of Iran-Iraq. They have not been able to support even their families' material needs, let alone helping them in their mental breaks.

Martyrs

O martyrs

The most beloveds

The most greats

The most fogottens

Long live martyrs

Hail martyrs

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(salam) Bump Any more views please?

I read 1 page of your thread. as I expected those wolves have killed some great human beings. God damn them all. i'm afraid if I read te rest I might faint. :cry: :( :cry:

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could you guyz plz pray for me i would love to die Shaheed in the way of Allah (swt) inshallah ( fighting for Islam)

dont think dat im doing this to showoff to others or somthing but seriously i wuold love to inshallah!.. Ameen ( may Allah give me this status ) !..

( for Imam Mehdi (a.s) if its possible !..

inshallah!..

say if my duas is not answered mybe your duas will be answered so !..

inshallah!..

Yaa Ali Madad (a.s)

HEEEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

Im just like you. I want to sacrifice my life for one beloved. who is more beloved than my Imam e Zamna Aj :wub: :wub: then? I wanna die while he has my head in his embrace :wub: :wub:

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shariatmadary wasnt a martyr!!!!!!!!!!!! he was the beloved cleric of Farah the accursed( the Queen of Iran) and the enemy of Islamic Republic.

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Yeah guyzz i see and feel shaheed, with my nacked eyes.

basically i was in Pakistan Air Force ,, and was attackhed with the Border field in 2001.

When my friend Yasir from Sahiwal Pakistan was with me on night duty, we are not the officers that we should stay in offices but we are the soldiers and should stay on the border area in night or what else,, there is no spesification of time,, even it is winter or summer.

Cross firing between Indian and Pakistani soldiers is in normal routine, we cant guess that which bullet is made for us.

One night when i and my friend Yasir was on duty in border area, we are now going for patrol duty, and we too are smokers and u know smoking is strickly prohibited in border areas, cause enemy can judge ur area in darkness easily while u r smoking ciggerettes and that was the main point i think for that loos.

After our smoke we are now patrolling on the way and i dont know why i gone away from Yasir, and then i heard a sound of hitting some thing to yasir and he says nothing from his mouth,, not even a single word. I said what was this ? no reply,,, i cant see him exactly due to darkness, when i approches him i say he is flat on earth and was putting his hand on his belly, where i can saw cone blood comming out side from his shirt.

I start shouting for first aid,, but he stops me, and says please die me jawad,,, when i heard this,, i cant control my self and take him on my shoulder to my base camp,, which wa about one kilometer away from our duty place.

He was saying some thing on my shoulder but i can listen him nicely.

When i reached at the camp , all were sleeping and i shout for help and then our commander came out from his Tent and when he saw him he said that " He Is Gone"

I feel his eyes so much relaxed that i never ever judge any dead body before.

So much relaxation !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I can say with my full honour that my friend was Shaheed now.

was it a bullet? was he stabbed? why didnt you hear anything? were you far away? sorry i bomborded you with my questions. your story was the most shoking of all. God bless you. :cry:

you know. I just wanna die. that is all i want. I dont like this world.

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Just wanted to attach the picture of my shaheed maternal uncle "Ghulam Mustafa Jafri Advocate Supreme Court" to whom i mentioned in my opening post of this thread.

is it tears in his eyes? his eyes are red. i mean there is this shaheed in Iran his name is Hamid Bakeri (the movie Hiwa has been made on his and his wife's honor). those close to him, especially his own wife in an interview said "always his eyes was red, bc he never took enough sleep. he was always on Amallyyat (mission) or getting ready for that"

i know many shaheeds personaly in KHI

there r two categories,

1) those who killed by yazeedi sipah e sahaba

2) who r active against yazeedi's and martyred in cross fire or extra judicialy

i know both of them, the 1 i need to mention, Dr. Haider shaheed, who was my teacher as well

In Iran they are mostly poisoned. so that not many people understand about their martyrdom. they mostly poison our great leaders/religious teacher/ religious speakers

i have a total of 14 members of my family who became shaheed in saddams prisons in 1980 and 1992.

my fathers wife,

my uncles wife

5 of my uncles

two brothers of my step mums

my fathers uncle

4 of my fathers cousins

the youngest of these shohada was 14 years old which was my uncle, my other uncle was 17 years old, one of my other uncles was married for only a month before his execution, the other two left so much kids behind them, all of them were prosecuted straight away after being taken to prison except for my 17 year old uncle who we were told by so much prisoners which shared the same cell with him that he remained under torture of saddams for 3 continues years till they finally decided that they will prosecute him as they feared that he was a great terrorist for the country

may Allah sends His greatest La'ns on sadaam Mal'oun

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In my country, we had the eight-year war, the Iran-Iraq war. But mostly they call it the imposed war, or the war with the ba'thi regime of Iraq. Whatever they are going to call this, it was a war. The guys killed in that war are supposed to be martyred because they defended a shia country being invaded by a non shia dictator.

Martyrs

Martyrs

We've got a lot of martyrs�.even I can say, still we are burying the bodies of the martyrs found in the southern parts of Iran. I'm not accusing any country here at this moment so don�t come and say it was not our fault it was yours or that kind of stuff. I'm only talking about the people who have been killed on the defence of their supposed eeman.

Personally, I don�t have any relative being martyred. I do see a lot of interviews with such families though. What is worse than that is the ones who are not martyred and are suffering the wounds of the war (attacked by chemical bombs, exposed to radio waves�). the families sometimes say things that are unbelievable. Only then we come to theis conclusion that we've lost some seas that we wont be able to replace in a million years. Their sons, husbands, fathers, uncles, cousins, and whatsoever the name or relation, were some great to-be-ever-living heroes once, and now they are some great forgotten heroes. The idea? What happened to the idea they died for? Simple. The ideas they died for, the eeman they sacrificed themselves for was buried along with them.

They died for their beliefs. They thought they were defending a thought, but the fact is that they have left us for good, and there remains a bunch of self-possessed and cheap chaps to be called men of Iran.

I just cry. I mean, what else can I do? Nothing, and this not being able to do anything kills me, burns me to the bones. do you understand? I don�t think so. I feel suffocated. I feel asphyxiated. I feel unable. It is just like the feeling I got when I first learned about the shias in Prachanar. I'm sooooooooooooooo sorry for this sleeping world. Some people are being killed only because of their beliefs. They have not claimed a land. They have not demanded a right that is not lawfully theirs. They are being killed for their thoughts. What this God Damn world is getting at, I don�t know. The only thing I want is my Imam e Zaman Aj's faraj. No one can help us. The situation has gotten out of the earthly hands. It totally demands a divine hand. I don�t mean we should sit and do nothing. I don�t mean that we can't help people in Pakistan. I mean whatever we do will be temporarily, fabricated in a way. They have penetrated us to the bones. They are deep within us. Evils are living with us right now. We must pray a true pray. So that the only true survivor of us reappears.

I want to say:

Please governments, if you are human beings, if you have a heart, just look at Pakistan.

But then I come to this point that:

Was it not the very Parachenar disaster that my government (the only government that claims to be a shia in the world) easily neglected, but spent the whole times of that God damn akhbar (news) on Gaza?

I'm not gonna cheat myself. These governments won't be able to help Parachenar, as they have shown that they have not been able to answer the 8 year imposed war of Iran-Iraq. They have not been able to support even their families' material needs, let alone helping them in their mental breaks.

Martyrs

O martyrs

The most beloveds

The most greats

The most fogottens

Long live martyrs

Hail martyrs

Yes I know what you mean. It's very sad and the only thing that can be done is to make sure this tragedy doesn't repeat itself (I don;t think it will). Anyway, even if their ideals were buried with them - which I don't really agree with (because those ideals still exist in some people) - they still successfully defended their country.

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Yes I know what you mean. It's very sad and the only thing that can be done is to make sure this tragedy doesn't repeat itself (I don;t think it will). Anyway, even if their ideals were buried with them - which I don't really agree with (because those ideals still exist in some people) - they still successfully defended their country.

we are walking on the lands they saved by their blood, but we dont even mention their naems. and I see whenever TV starts showing programs related tot ehm some ignorants say "that's enough, why do you talk about them so much?" this really hurts me. I hope my dear Imam e Zaman Aj comes soon...

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I'd like to introduce a shaheed here, he is not any one of my relatives of course, but my cousin is a fan of Shoada and she has helped me in this regard:

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Shaheed Mohammad Ebrahim Hemmat:

His father had gone to Karbala for pilgrimage. He was worried though because doctors had told him his son won't stay alive. But his father saw a dream there. In that dream he was told: your son will stay alive and you call him "Mohammad Ebrahim". When Mohammad Ebrahim became 24-25 he was appointed as the commander of the "Mohammad rasoulAllha (saww)"'s army. His soldiers loved him a lot. He was so kind that they always were waiting for a time to kiss him. Hence, he would always get on the car away from their sight. Early in the mornings, when everyone was asleep, he used to sweep the area of "dokouhe"(a battle trench). Once a Basiji (soldier) sees him and asks him to let him to sweep, but he refuses and say "I sweep my batin (inside) this way, let me do it myself". It was during these war times that he got married. His wife was a lady with his own ideology and belief about life. Whenever he was away the war zone, at home, his wife was not allowed to do anything at home. He would do the housework. When his second son is born he tells his wife" God has put me to bashfulness by His favors upon me, because He has given me whatever I asked Him while doing my pilgrimage to God's house (Mekka). First I asked Him to give me you, then 2 sons to be Ima e Zamn aj's soldiers, next that I don’t be alive in a country that Mr. Khomeini is not alive in anymore, and fourth I don’t be taken slave (captive) and wounded, only be martyred when I got to be a a man of God."

Before marriage, his wife had seen a dream many times in which the bride groom would say "I am Abdol Hussain, Shah Zaid" when she asks about the dream's interpretation she is told: you husband will have the position of Zaid, Prophet saww's sahaba, and he will be martyred like imam Hussain A was. As the dream comes true, in the Isfand (late February and early March) while passing review to the armies he is attacked by a mortar-shell and he loses a hand and his head.

One of the members has already written sth about him in her/his post. He is the one who used to kiss the head of the martyrs, but when his friends opened his kafan to pay him a kiss in his own trend they cried a lot because he did not hold a head anymore.

Another point here is that these people started to purify themselves in any regard, e.g. shaheed Hemmat used to smoke, but he quitted it bc he considered as a bad habit, and thought he needed this in his purification process.

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For a loooong time, my dad knew a "living shaheed", Sayed Zaki. He used to go all over the world building Mosques. Because we came from Iraq, and because he was an active supporter of Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir as-Sadr(RA), Saddam(la) used to send assassins every now and them to kill him. The reason we called him the living martyr, was because he was once leading the prayers in Indonesia, and a gunman came right behind his head, and kept firing, but for some reason, the gun kept jamming subhanallah. Some of the people behind him noticed this, so they broke their prayers and attacked the guy, but Sayed Zaki completed his prayers and went off. He eventually died in a car crash (after establishing many more mosques) in Iraq.

May God bless his soul :(

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For a loooong time, my dad knew a "living shaheed", Sayed Zaki. He used to go all over the world building Mosques. Because we came from Iraq, and because he was an active supporter of Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir as-Sadr(RA), Saddam(la) used to send assassins every now and them to kill him. The reason we called him the living martyr, was because he was once leading the prayers in Indonesia, and a gunman came right behind his head, and kept firing, but for some reason, the gun kept jamming subhanallah. Some of the people behind him noticed this, so they broke their prayers and attacked the guy, but Sayed Zaki completed his prayers and went off. He eventually died in a car crash (after establishing many more mosques) in Iraq.

May God bless his soul :(

very great and very sad. how sad it is that you have lost such a geat person. :cry:

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I'd like to introduce a shaheed here, he is not any one of my relatives of course, but my cousin is a fan of Shoada and she has helped me in this regard:

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Shaheed Mohammad Ebrahim Hemmat:

His father had gone to Karbala for pilgrimage. He was worried though because doctors had told him his son won't stay alive. But his father saw a dream there. In that dream he was told: your son will stay alive and you call him "Mohammad Ebrahim". When Mohammad Ebrahim became 24-25 he was appointed as the commander of the "Mohammad rasoulAllha (saww)"'s army. His soldiers loved him a lot. He was so kind that they always were waiting for a time to kiss him. Hence, he would always get on the car away from their sight. Early in the mornings, when everyone was asleep, he used to sweep the area of "dokouhe"(a battle trench). Once a Basiji (soldier) sees him and asks him to let him to sweep, but he refuses and say "I sweep my batin (inside) this way, let me do it myself". It was during these war times that he got married. His wife was a lady with his own ideology and belief about life. Whenever he was away the war zone, at home, his wife was not allowed to do anything at home. He would do the housework. When his second son is born he tells his wife" God has put me to bashfulness by His favors upon me, because He has given me whatever I asked Him while doing my pilgrimage to God's house (Mekka). First I asked Him to give me you, then 2 sons to be Ima e Zamn aj's soldiers, next that I don’t be alive in a country that Mr. Khomeini is not alive in anymore, and fourth I don’t be taken slave (captive) and wounded, only be martyred when I got to be a a man of God."

Before marriage, his wife had seen a dream many times in which the bride groom would say "I am Abdol Hussain, Shah Zaid" when she asks about the dream's interpretation she is told: you husband will have the position of Zaid, Prophet saww's sahaba, and he will be martyred like imam Hussain A was. As the dream comes true, in the Isfand (late February and early March) while passing review to the armies he is attacked by a mortar-shell and he loses a hand and his head.

One of the members has already written sth about him in her/his post. He is the one who used to kiss the head of the martyrs, but when his friends opened his kafan to pay him a kiss in his own trend they cried a lot because he did not hold a head anymore.

Another point here is that these people started to purify themselves in any regard, e.g. shaheed Hemmat used to smoke, but he quitted it bc he considered as a bad habit, and thought he needed this in his purification process.

Jazak Allah Zahrah :cry:. Thanx for sharing.

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The corpse of Mohammad Reza Shafi'i, after 16 years, was taken to Iran from Iraq safe and sound.

Shaheed's mother narrates:

Haaj Hossein Kaaji, a battleground friend of this son of mine, told me: Do you have any idea why his body is sound? I said: he was a good boy and he always had God in priority. But Hajj Hossein said: the keys to his body staying safe are four things.

First, he never gave up his after midnight prayer.

Second he had perseverance on applying Friday ablution (qosl).

Third, he was always with ablution and

fourth is that whenever we recited Ziyarat Aashura, we used to wipe our faces from tears using our shawls, but he would always wipe it with his hand and rub it on his body.

And more interesting is that on Fridays when we were given our water share, he wouldn’t drink it and would keep it for his Friday ablution (qosl) instead.

Some characteristics of this Shaheed:

If he had time he would read religious books. He loved studying.

Shaheed's mother:

The corpses of 7 people out of 570 people buried in Iraq had stayed safe and sound, 6 men and a woman, one of whom was my Mohammad Reza. The Iraqi colonel had cried, while delivering the corpses to investigation bodies. In order not to let them stay safe, they had put them under the sun, but nothing had happened. Then they had spilled a kind of powder to let them deteriorate, still nothing had happened. Finally they imported the Corpses to Iran.

Jazak Allah Zahrah :cry: . Thanx for sharing.

ur welcome.

sorry I barely come on shiachat. that's why I replied late.

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A memoir narrated by warier "Ali Aajir" "Úáی ÂŽیÑ": (Emtedad magazine, p.17):

During one of operations, we had to open a way through a mine filed. So we started to inactive the mines and cleansing the grounds. Shaheed Yazdi was behind me pulling a piece of [along the cleansed grounds]. The procedure to inactivation is that one forerunner inactivates the battle ground and the other, behind him, sets the ropes. It is called "rope path". I had gone about 20-30 meters forward when I noticed no one is behind me [following].

First I supposed Shaheed Yazdi had scared and gone back; since Iraq was firing a shower of shots (it was shooting us badly), so bad that I had to go forward one meter and backward 2 meters. I told myself "this man got scared and didn’t follow! There is no other way. I'll do the job. I'll get up and bring the guys myself!" I was a bout to move while one of the guys took grasp of my ankle. I said: where are you? I advanced up to here all alone. Why don’t you pull the rope behind me? He replied: he said: Yazdi has been shot. I said "really?" he said: ye. He has been shot in the head, but because the distance between Iraqis and us was not much [they could hear us] in order for the operations not to be betrayed he had bitten the rope [not to make any sound] and he had been martyred there. It hurt me bitterly. I told to myself "O God what I had supposed and what he had done. With presence of martyrs such as Yazdi and with "ya Abalfadhz" code, we penetrate to the enemy's border.

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my grandpa barkat was martyed whilst walking outside the mosque in pakistan, the man had the most wonderful smile also the most fragile and gentle heart. He treated us all equal loved us all equally but unfortunately after walking out of mosque after jummah prayers he was shot and killed on the spot. May Allah bless his soul, that man is the ultimate inspiration for me and my hero.

 

The other Martyr i know is my soon to be wife's brother who was martyred in syria 1 week ago defending a local neighbourhood, they shot him in the back of the head while sending curse on the ahlulbayt. A martyr to the heart may Allah bless him and bless all your families who were martyred.

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my grandpa barkat was martyed whilst walking outside the mosque in pakistan, the man had the most wonderful smile also the most fragile and gentle heart. He treated us all equal loved us all equally but unfortunately after walking out of mosque after jummah prayers he was shot and killed on the spot. May Allah bless his soul, that man is the ultimate inspiration for me and my hero.

 

The other Martyr i know is my soon to be wife's brother who was martyred in syria 1 week ago defending a local neighbourhood, they shot him in the back of the head while sending curse on the ahlulbayt. A martyr to the heart may Allah bless him and bless all your families who were martyred.

 

May Allah bless both of them with His mercy. Martyres never die they get rizq from Allah and live in our hearts.

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