Jam Jam Online: Even his close friends did not know that still Mr. Seyed had three other houses except the apartment that we were living in; but he had sold them in order to spend their money for the war. Also he sold many of his shops for the purpose of paying the costs of the war.
Each of the Sacred Defense men has their own special narrations and no one can really understand their positions for real. They had violence and peace and their interests were something like us.
Choosing the martyrdom like death can not be explained through the words. There are some men such as martyr Seyed Mojtaba Hashemi who had learnt the meaning of death and life with the dignity of martyrdom. What you read at the continuation of this text is a memory expressed by Farideh Ghazi, the spouse of martyr Hashemi narrated by the book ‘Mr. Seyed Mojtaba’:
He bent down and he kissed the feet of his parents:
I can remember that at the beginning of our marriage we had gone to Shapour market along with martyr Hashemi; we were doing our shopping that we saw the parents of the martyr. At that moment I saw a scene that was really interesting for me. Mr. Seyed bent down and he knelt and he kissed the feet of his father and mother.
He would try to make losses for himself in order to present the goods with a chipper price to the people:
The pains and difficulties of people would make him sad. He could never stay indifferent. He would always try to help the families of poor people; he would try to help the daughters of martyrs daughters and he would provide dowry to them. When he would reach the poor people, he would help the construction of the mosques. He had prepared a place for the orphans, but we did not know this issue until many years passing from his martyrdom. If he wanted to collect his money, he could be one of the wealthiest men, but as soon as the Islamic revolution took place, he changed his shop into the Islamic Unity Assistance. He would use his own packets money in order to sell chipper goods to the customers.
A 1000-meter house that was spent for the war:
We had a house in Mehdi Khani neighborhood. We had this house from the time of before revolution, but Mr. Seyed sold this house and he spent its money for the war. His spirit was always in the battlefields.
Mr. Seyed had said that he does not like to talk about the assistance that he has done to anyone until the time that he was alive. Even his close friends did not know that still Mr. Seyed had three other houses except the apartment that we were living in; but he had sold them in order to spend their money for the war. Also he sold many of his shops for the purpose of paying the costs of the war.
You don’t really have sugar?
Someday I went to the market in order to by sugar. Haj Esmael, the shopkeeper looked at me and he smiled to me. He made me so surprised and he said: "You don’t really have sugar? Mr. Seyed has asked me to provide sugar for the battlefields!”