The recent issue published with the speeches from: Hujjatul Islam Sheikh Abbas Zangi Abadi, Mohammad Ali Mokhtar Abadi, Haj Hasan Zangi Abadi, Sayyed Ghazanfar Tahami, Hamid Mehrab poor and Ahmad Hamzei.
You can read these titles in the recent issue: "biography of martyr Haj Younis Zangi Abadi", "the commander of Imam Hussein (AS) Battalion"," the role of Haj Younis Zangi Abadi in Pahlevani and Zoorkhaneh sports (traditional sports in Iran) during the sacred defense", "the role of martyr Zangi Abadi in the training of the forces during the holy defense in an interview of Hamid Mehrab Poor", "martyr Younis Zangi Abadi from childness to commandant"," the role of Haj Younis Zangi Abadi in the presence of people in the forefront"," Haj Younis Zangi Abadi as a husband"," the role of martyr Zangi Abadi in the training of the Sarollah Battalion"," Haj Younis Zangi Abadi as a friend in an interview of Mohammad Hussain Zangi Abadi", "the memories of martyr Zangi Abadi"and "an interview with Haj Hussain Zangi Abadi, the commander of Basij station in Zangi Abad".
Here is a short biography of martyr Younis Zangi Abadi
Younis was born in a religious family at the Eid al-Adha, also called the "Festival of Sacrifice", is the second of two Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide each year, and considered the holier of the two. It honors the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God's command. All the family members called him "Haj Younis", he joined the Islamic Revolution activists from the beginning of Islamic Revolution.
After the Islamic Revolution Victory he joined the Islamic Revolution Guard corps. After the training courses, he went to the forefront to fight against the crucial Bathi Forces. He fought against them until the last moments of his life.
His name remained in the 5th Karbala Operation forever. He got injured by a bullet war which hit his neck. When his friends tried to carry him back, suddenly a rocket hit their car. Finally he martyred and joined his creator in 13/01/1987.
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