The Sacred Defence week is an Iranian annual commemoration of the 1980–1988 Iran–Iraq War (often called "the Holy Defence" in Iran). It is marked by military parades.It is set by the Iranian calendar and begins on Shahrivar 31.
Mahmoud Taleghani was an Iranian theologian, Muslim reformer, democracy advocate and a senior Shi'a cleric of Iran. Taleghani was a contemporary of the Iranian Revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and a leader in his own right of the movement against Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi
Musa al-Sadr is a Lebanese-Iranian philosopher and Shi'a religious leader from a long line of distinguished clerics tracing their ancestry back to Jabal Amel. Born in the Chaharmardan neighborhood of Qom, Iran, he underwent both seminary and secular studies in Iran.
Lajevardi was a follower of Ayatollah Kashani and Fadayian Islam. He was arrested and convicted on three occasions for militant activities. In 1964, he served 18 months for taking part in the assassination of the late Iranian prime minister Mansour
Construction Jihad was one of Organizations of the Iranian Revolution. The organization began as a movement of volunteers to help with the 1979 harvest, but soon was institutionalized and took on a broader, more developmental role in the countryside.
You were created as the shrine defender martyr. All the people gathered together to participate at the funeral ceremony of the shrine defender martyr Mohsen Hojaji. Martyr Hijaji was decapitated by the Daesh (ISIS or ISIL) terrorist group in Syria.