News ID: 333504
Publish Date: 25 January 2012 - 08:54
The Unforgettable (34):
Navideshahed: Ahmad Allahyari was the commander of our battalion and I was his deputy. He had really understood that it would be his final trip. He had sat down on the ground peacefully and he was writing his testament.

It's November 1986 before the military operation ‘Karbala 4’ and we were in Khosro Abad village located in Abadan city. The last diving training for the war veterans of battalion Hazrat Rasul 9 of Ghazvin city had been accomplished. As a result all of us were getting prepared to take part in the military operation.

Ahmad Allahyari was the commander of our battalion and I was his deputy as well. He had really understood that it would be his final trip. He had sat down on the ground peacefully and he was writing his testament.

He had a great devotion and courage and he was physically strong too. He would try to do the hard and difficult jobs for the purpose of not putting so much pressure on the other war veterans.

On that day he wrote in his testament: As long as I’m alive, I will try to fight against the enemy by chanting the voice ‘Allah Akabar’ (God is great).
The End

By: Veteran Ali Gholi Pour

Source: The Unforgettable, Hassan Shakib Zadeh, Shahed Publications, 2011

It's November 1986 before the military operation ‘Karbala 4’ and we were in Khosro Abad village located in Abadan city. The last diving training for the war veterans of battalion Hazrat Rasul 9 of Ghazvin city had been accomplished. As a result all of us were getting prepared to take part in the military operation. Ahmad Allahyari was the commander of our battalion and I was his deputy as well. He had really understood that it would be his final trip. He had sat down on the ground peacefully and he was writing his testament. He had a great devotion and courage and he was physically strong too. He would try to do the hard and difficult jobs for the purpose of not putting so much pressure on the other war veterans. On that day he wrote in his testament: As long as I’m alive, I will try to fight against the enemy by chanting the voice ‘Allah Akabar’ (God is great). The End By: Veteran Ali Gholi Pour Source: The Unforgettable, Hassan Shakib Zadeh, Shahed Publications, 2011
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