News ID: 124220
Publish Date: 10 August 2008 - 08:38
The 7th Edition of "Dasht Abbas" was published
TEHRAN, (SCIB) - The book titles "Dasht Abbas" has reached its 7th edition at the effort of the office of Art and Literature of Resistance; it is published by Mehr Publication Company.

According to Navideshahed reporter, this book is the daily notes of the martyr Mohammad Reza Khalili who was killed in Beitol Mogaddas Operation in Ordibehesht 1361 at the age of 24th about war.
"Dasht Abbas" was at first a bundle of papers and some big and small posters that were wrapped in a peace of cloth and were delivered by Martyr Khalili's old father to the office of Art and Literature of Resistance and he said "All these are writings of my martyred son, he was a student and he was killedin the Beitol Mogaddas operation". From that bundle to the present book it took Hojjat Iravani one year to compile it.
Martyr Mohammad Reza Khalili, was from Klarichanof Ghaem Shahr; He was studying History at the University of Tarbiat Moallem; he joined the Sepah Forces at the beginning of the war of Iran and Iraq and was sent with Martyr Chamran group to the Sosangerd front and cooperated with Martyr Chamran for about 220 days.
His notes includes the war events of Sosangerd, Ahvaz, Andimeshk, Dezful, and operations such as Beitol Mogaddas, and Fathol Mobin, his moments of being with Martyr Chamran, Haj Hemmat, Haj Ahmad Motavasselian and some of his other comrades.
The date of the note's start is 5th of Azar in 1359 and it ends in ordibehesht 1361. Mohammad RezaKhalili was martyred in the second operation to release KHORRAMSHAHR.

Here is a sample note which is dated 2. 1. 61:
"Now we were exactly in front of the enemy. The enemies' guns were shooting heavily. The drawing bullets drew nice pictures in the sky and if you counted the shooting lights, they were about ten at each time.
At a movement we ran out of the entrenchment. It was at this time that the enemy noted us and shot us heavily. The forces attacked the enemy by recursion to His holiness Hussein and Mehdi. In a movement all the forces stood up and every one was running. No one paid attention to the bullets of the enemy. No one was thinking about the heavy guns of the enemy. There was in invisible hand that was forcing us to go ahead.
At the end of the book, the last letters of Martyr Mohammadreza Khalili to his family, with his will, and picture of the martyr are attached. It is said that "Dasht Abbas" has been published in 108 letter prints and is sold at 11000 Riyals.

According to Navideshahed reporter, this book is the daily notes of the martyr Mohammad Reza Khalili who was killed in Beitol Mogaddas Operation in Ordibehesht 1361 at the age of 24th about war. "Dasht Abbas" was at first a bundle of papers and some big and small posters that were wrapped in a peace of cloth and were delivered by Martyr Khalili's old father to the office of Art and Literature of Resistance and he said "All these are writings of my martyred son, he was a student and he was killedin the Beitol Mogaddas operation". From that bundle to the present book it took Hojjat Iravani one year to compile it. Martyr Mohammad Reza Khalili, was from Klarichanof Ghaem Shahr; He was studying History at the University of Tarbiat Moallem; he joined the Sepah Forces at the beginning of the war of Iran and Iraq and was sent with Martyr Chamran group to the Sosangerd front and cooperated with Martyr Chamran for about 220 days. His notes includes the war events of Sosangerd, Ahvaz, Andimeshk, Dezful, and operations such as Beitol Mogaddas, and Fathol Mobin, his moments of being with Martyr Chamran, Haj Hemmat, Haj Ahmad Motavasselian and some of his other comrades. The date of the note's start is 5th of Azar in 1359 and it ends in ordibehesht 1361. Mohammad RezaKhalili was martyred in the second operation to release KHORRAMSHAHR. Here is a sample note which is dated 2. 1. 61: "Now we were exactly in front of the enemy. The enemies' guns were shooting heavily. The drawing bullets drew nice pictures in the sky and if you counted the shooting lights, they were about ten at each time. At a movement we ran out of the entrenchment. It was at this time that the enemy noted us and shot us heavily. The forces attacked the enemy by recursion to His holiness Hussein and Mehdi. In a movement all the forces stood up and every one was running. No one paid attention to the bullets of the enemy. No one was thinking about the heavy guns of the enemy. There was in invisible hand that was forcing us to go ahead. At the end of the book, the last letters of Martyr Mohammadreza Khalili to his family, with his will, and picture of the martyr are attached. It is said that "Dasht Abbas" has been published in 108 letter prints and is sold at 11000 Riyals.
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