News ID: 346623
Publish Date: 29 April 2012 - 10:44
As Tough As Iron 3rd Volume on Ahmad Motevaselian Published:
Navideshahed: The third volume of the 14-Volume Series Book ‘Zebr Al-Hadid’ has been released by the International Publication of Al-Hoda and it is devoted to the Iranian commander ‘Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan’. This series book has been released in Arabic and English languages.

According to Iran Book News Agency (IBNA), the book ‘Zebr Al-Hadid 3; Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan’ is about the biography of the Commander of the Army 27 of Mohammad Rasul Allah Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan and his biography is mentioned from the time that he was born until the time he was captured. Also there are some memories regarding the revolution conflicts of him as well.

This book consists of seven chapters which include the following titles: “Ahmad Motevaseliyan, Fighting Man, Motevaseliyan and Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, Motevaseliyan in Kurdistan, Motevaseliyan in Khuzistan, Motevaseliyan in Lebanon and some beautiful interviews.”?

Ahmad Motevaseliyan was born in 1953 in Tehran city in a religious family. He was born and grown up during the time that the revolutionary activities had raised against Shah’s regime and Ahmad was with the other fighting people. When he was 19 years old and after the high school he needed to go to the military service, but he did not give up fighting against Shah’s regime when he was in the military service as well. So each time that he had an opportunity, he would be united with other soldiers and he would plan a program or protest against Shah’s regime. They would share their thoughts and exchange their views to plan some activities against Shah’s regime. He would talk about the origin of unification and he would also talk about this issue that living under the government of an oppressor is polytheism and no Muslim accepts to stay as polytheist. After accomplishing his military service, he decided to continue his education and he continued his education in electricity engineering in Science and Industry University of Iran.

After the formation of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the cities of Iran still hand unrest and they were unsafe. At that time the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps was established in order to stabilize and create security in different cities of Iran. Ahmad Motevaseliyan joined the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. After awhile he was appointed as the commander of the Second Corps of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. He was 26 years old at the time and his family did not imagine that he suffered heart disease and once he underwent a surgery as well, but he liked to continue his military activities. When the Imposed War Era started, Ahmad Motevaseliyan was one of the commanders of Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, but the most sensitive part of his life was related to the time that he was present in Lebanon; after occupation of this country by the Qods occupier forces that had advanced until Beirut. At that time, the Lebanon nation had asked the Islamic governments to help it and Iran responded it and it sent its forces to Syria under the commandership of Ahmad Motevaseliyan. After that it was clear that sending the Iranian forces away from Iran was a conspiracy by Iraq in order to advance and occupy more lands of Iran; but the Iranian forces returned to Iran and only a few of them including Ahmad Motevaseliyan stayed in Lebanon in order to train the Syrian forces militarily.

At that time, the Quds occupier forces had surrounded Beirut city and the Iranian ambassador in Lebanon asked the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps to prevent them having access to the documents of Iran’s embassy.

On July 1982, the Iranian envoy consisting of Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan, Taghi Rastegar Moghadam, Kazem Akhavan and Mohsen Musavi were dispatched to Beirut, but before they arrive to the city, the Faal Nazh foces (a military branch of Ketaeb party) who had a good relationship with the Qods occupier forces. Since that time, no reliable news has been received about them.

The book ‘Zebr Al-Hadid; Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan’ has been written by Zahra Rajabi Matin. The third volume of the 14-Volume Series Book ‘Zebr Al-Hadid’ has been released by the International Publication of Al-Hoda and it is devoted to the Iranian commander ‘Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan’. This series book has been released in Arabic and English languages.

It should be noted that 33 pages of this book are written in Arabic and 43 pages in English language.

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According to Iran Book News Agency (IBNA), the book ‘Zebr Al-Hadid 3; Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan’ is about the biography of the Commander of the Army 27 of Mohammad Rasul Allah Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan and his biography is mentioned from the time that he was born until the time he was captured. Also there are some memories regarding the revolution conflicts of him as well. This book consists of seven chapters which include the following titles: “Ahmad Motevaseliyan, Fighting Man, Motevaseliyan and Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, Motevaseliyan in Kurdistan, Motevaseliyan in Khuzistan, Motevaseliyan in Lebanon and some beautiful interviews.”? Ahmad Motevaseliyan was born in 1953 in Tehran city in a religious family. He was born and grown up during the time that the revolutionary activities had raised against Shah’s regime and Ahmad was with the other fighting people. When he was 19 years old and after the high school he needed to go to the military service, but he did not give up fighting against Shah’s regime when he was in the military service as well. So each time that he had an opportunity, he would be united with other soldiers and he would plan a program or protest against Shah’s regime. They would share their thoughts and exchange their views to plan some activities against Shah’s regime. He would talk about the origin of unification and he would also talk about this issue that living under the government of an oppressor is polytheism and no Muslim accepts to stay as polytheist. After accomplishing his military service, he decided to continue his education and he continued his education in electricity engineering in Science and Industry University of Iran. After the formation of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the cities of Iran still hand unrest and they were unsafe. At that time the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps was established in order to stabilize and create security in different cities of Iran. Ahmad Motevaseliyan joined the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. After awhile he was appointed as the commander of the Second Corps of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. He was 26 years old at the time and his family did not imagine that he suffered heart disease and once he underwent a surgery as well, but he liked to continue his military activities. When the Imposed War Era started, Ahmad Motevaseliyan was one of the commanders of Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, but the most sensitive part of his life was related to the time that he was present in Lebanon; after occupation of this country by the Qods occupier forces that had advanced until Beirut. At that time, the Lebanon nation had asked the Islamic governments to help it and Iran responded it and it sent its forces to Syria under the commandership of Ahmad Motevaseliyan. After that it was clear that sending the Iranian forces away from Iran was a conspiracy by Iraq in order to advance and occupy more lands of Iran; but the Iranian forces returned to Iran and only a few of them including Ahmad Motevaseliyan stayed in Lebanon in order to train the Syrian forces militarily. At that time, the Quds occupier forces had surrounded Beirut city and the Iranian ambassador in Lebanon asked the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps to prevent them having access to the documents of Iran’s embassy. On July 1982, the Iranian envoy consisting of Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan, Taghi Rastegar Moghadam, Kazem Akhavan and Mohsen Musavi were dispatched to Beirut, but before they arrive to the city, the Faal Nazh foces (a military branch of Ketaeb party) who had a good relationship with the Qods occupier forces. Since that time, no reliable news has been received about them. The book ‘Zebr Al-Hadid; Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan’ has been written by Zahra Rajabi Matin. The third volume of the 14-Volume Series Book ‘Zebr Al-Hadid’ has been released by the International Publication of Al-Hoda and it is devoted to the Iranian commander ‘Haj Ahmad Motevaseliyan’. This series book has been released in Arabic and English languages. It should be noted that 33 pages of this book are written in Arabic and 43 pages in English language. The End
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