News ID: 317637
Publish Date: 03 October 2011 - 09:21
Martyrdom and Sacrifice Subjects Database (66):
Navideshahed: When Soosangerd was released, the Iranian forces were taking the Iraqi war prisoners towards the room of commandership. After that they ordered the Iraqis to remove their boots for entering the room of commander. Among these boots a pairs of boots attracted the attention of the commander. On the internal edge of one the boots had been written ‘Ghorban Akbari’

When Sousangerd was released, the Iranian forces were taking the Iraqi war captives towards the room of commandership. After that they ordered the Iraqis to remove their boots for entering the room of commander. Among these boots a pairs of boots attracted the attention of the commander. On the internal edge of one the boots had been written ‘Ghorban Akbari’. When they ask this question from the Iraqi war captive why there is written an Iranian name? He responded: “These boots belong to one of your Basijis and I have taken them off from his feet.”?

When he expressed that, the Iranian comrades and fighters got angry. They wanted to punish and beat him but he continued: “He was a brave man and he was arrested when there were no bullets in his gun loader. He was repeatedly chanting ‘Allah o Akbar, Allah o Akbar’. When I captured him, one of the Iraqi officials started beating him badly and as he was being beaten, he spat on the Saddam’s photo. The Iraqi forces executed him in a desert trial by a firing squad. They shot only 30 bullets to the body of Ghorban Akbari. So I was so surprised by his courage and sacrifice. I removed his boots and kept them as souvenir and right now you can see I have worn them. The Iranian fighters were able to find the dead body of the martyr based on the address that the Iraqi war captive had given.

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When Sousangerd was released, the Iranian forces were taking the Iraqi war captives towards the room of commandership. After that they ordered the Iraqis to remove their boots for entering the room of commander. Among these boots a pairs of boots attracted the attention of the commander. On the internal edge of one the boots had been written ‘Ghorban Akbari’. When they ask this question from the Iraqi war captive why there is written an Iranian name? He responded: “These boots belong to one of your Basijis and I have taken them off from his feet.”? When he expressed that, the Iranian comrades and fighters got angry. They wanted to punish and beat him but he continued: “He was a brave man and he was arrested when there were no bullets in his gun loader. He was repeatedly chanting ‘Allah o Akbar, Allah o Akbar’. When I captured him, one of the Iraqi officials started beating him badly and as he was being beaten, he spat on the Saddam’s photo. The Iraqi forces executed him in a desert trial by a firing squad. They shot only 30 bullets to the body of Ghorban Akbari. So I was so surprised by his courage and sacrifice. I removed his boots and kept them as souvenir and right now you can see I have worn them. The Iranian fighters were able to find the dead body of the martyr based on the address that the Iraqi war captive had given. The End
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