News ID: 385991
Publish Date: 14 October 2019 - 10:59
When the Bathi forces started the bombardments, Behnam hardly tried to help the injuries. He reached himself at the forefront. He was arrested as captive by the Iraqi forces but he ran away from the Iraqi camps.

The first Sacred Defense youth martyr

When the Bathi forces started the bombardments, Behnam hardly tried to help the injuries. He reached himself at the forefront. He was arrested as captive by the Iraqi forces but he ran away from the Iraqi camps.

Navideshahed - When the Bathi forces started the bombardments, Behnam hardly tried to help the injuries. He reached himself at the forefront. He was arrested as captive by the Iraqi forces but he ran away from the Iraqi camps. It is necessary to become familiar with the Resistance Myth of a country to cherish their memories and also the next generation must follow their life style.

It is attractive and useful for all the youths specially the Iranian ones to know their martyrdom and resistance myths. Therefore we try to introduce the Iranian youth martyrs to realize their life style better.

It was 1980, as the people of Khorramshahr (southern city of Iran) heard about the Iraqi attack to their city …some of them left the city while nobody believed that Khorramshahr would be under the control of the Bathi regime. The 13 years old boy whose name was Behnam decided not to leave the city. He fought against the crucial regime and also helped the injuries. When the Bathi forces started the bombardments, Behnam hardly tried to help the injuries. He reached himself at the forefront. He was arrested as captive by the Iraqi forces but he ran away from the Iraqi camps.

As he arrested by the Bathi forces, to deceive Iraqis he started to cry "I lost my mother and I am searching for her" so they released him and never thought that the 13 years old boy intended to identify their military position and equipment.

Finally he was martyred by a bullet war which hit his chest and the young hero of Khorramshahr martyred in 1980.

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