News ID: 342439
Publish Date: 04 April 2012 - 08:46
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On Valfajr 4 Operation Night, soldiers of Ekhlas Battalion encountered a mine field that stopping at it could play havoc with all the plans. A few volunteered to enter the mine field. Javad Akhoondi, a member of the line breaker squad, said: "A mystical force is telling me we will cross the mine field unharmed…

On Valfajr 4 Operation Night, soldiers of Ekhlas Battalion encountered a mine field that stopping at it could play havoc with all the plans. A few volunteered to enter the mine field. Javad Akhoondi, a member of the line breaker squad, said: "A mystical force is telling me we will cross the mine field unharmed…

On Valfajr 4 Operation Night, soldiers of Ekhlas Battalion encountered a mine field that stopping at it could play havoc with all the plans. A few volunteered to enter the mine field. Javad Akhoondi, a member of the line breaker squad, said: "A mystical force is telling me we will cross the mine field unharmed." I said: "How? Don't you see? The desert is filled with anti-personnel mines." I was still talking to Javad that one of the soldiers came and handed me a letter I read with a flashlight while I was in a trench with Javad. One of the Iraqis had written the letter; it read: "Dear Iranian brother, I am the officer in charge of this minefield; none of the mines have charges, so cross the field with ease of mind." Javad said: "I give it a try." I hugged him. "I want to lie on the mine field so that my head lies on one mine and my limbs on others. If they don't have charges, then nothing, otherwise, I'm done."

While Javad was heading toward the mine, I prayed to the Rescuer (Mahdi) to protect him. Suddenly, I heard javad said "Do you see? A bad vessel is seldom broken!"

It was how the Ekhlas Battalion could attack enemy fronts and emerge victorious.

The End

On Valfajr 4 Operation Night, soldiers of Ekhlas Battalion encountered a mine field that stopping at it could play havoc with all the plans. A few volunteered to enter the mine field. Javad Akhoondi, a member of the line breaker squad, said: "A mystical force is telling me we will cross the mine field unharmed… On Valfajr 4 Operation Night, soldiers of Ekhlas Battalion encountered a mine field that stopping at it could play havoc with all the plans. A few volunteered to enter the mine field. Javad Akhoondi, a member of the line breaker squad, said: "A mystical force is telling me we will cross the mine field unharmed." I said: "How? Don't you see? The desert is filled with anti-personnel mines." I was still talking to Javad that one of the soldiers came and handed me a letter I read with a flashlight while I was in a trench with Javad. One of the Iraqis had written the letter; it read: "Dear Iranian brother, I am the officer in charge of this minefield; none of the mines have charges, so cross the field with ease of mind." Javad said: "I give it a try." I hugged him. "I want to lie on the mine field so that my head lies on one mine and my limbs on others. If they don't have charges, then nothing, otherwise, I'm done." While Javad was heading toward the mine, I prayed to the Rescuer (Mahdi) to protect him. Suddenly, I heard javad said "Do you see? A bad vessel is seldom broken!" It was how the Ekhlas Battalion could attack enemy fronts and emerge victorious. The End
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