Martyr Ahmad Kazemi

Martyr Ahmad Kazemi Martyr Ahmad Kazemi was born in 1337 in Najafabad, Isfahan and, like other young people, was engaged in education. With the emergence of the sparks of the Islamic Revolution, he fought alongside the nation against the oppressive imperial regime and in the twenty-third spring of his life, he went to Kurdistan in early 1959 to suppress the internal enemies of the revolution with a relentless war. He spent his youth with the pleasure of being on the battlefields from Kurdistan to the southern fronts in the forefront of the fight against the Ba’athist aggressors in positions such as: two years of command of the Abadan Fayazieh Front, six years of command of the 8th Najaf Division, one year of the Division 14 Imam Hussein (AS) commanded the base of Hamza Seyyed al-Shuhada (AS) and the base of Ramadan for seven years and commanded the IRGC air force for five years. Many warriors and martyrs have sweet and memorable memories of the bravery and courage of this hero of the time. His direct presence on the front line and his close relationship with the Revolutionary Guards and Basij fighters was such that he was repeatedly wounded in the legs, arms, and back, and his finger was amputated once. Over the years, he took advantage of the love of education and earned his bachelor’s degree in geography and his master’s degree in defense management and became a doctoral student in national defense. His greatness and bravery were so great that the Supreme Leader installed three medals of victory on the thirsty chest of his martyrdom. In mid-1984, he was appointed commander of the ground forces by the commander-in-chief of the IRGC, and succeeded in serving in another stronghold. In his last meeting with his beloved Commander-in-Chief, the heroic commander asked for prayer for his martyrdom, because the chicken of his life could no longer endure on this planet and finally rushed to the hereafter in a worldly flight. He ascended and joined the supreme kingdom. May his soul rest in peace, and may too many people follow his way! At the age of 18, after graduating from high school, he joined the ranks of the fighters and the fronts of southern Lebanon and began to fight against arrogance and the occupiers.

After the victory of the Islamic Revolution, he was one of the first people to join the Revolutionary Guards and was one of the brave, energetic, managerial and creative commanders, and for this reason he received many responsibilities from Mubarak, the Supreme Leader. Martyr Kazemi, with the start of the imposed war, appeared on the fronts of Abadan with a group of 50 people and began the fight against the invading enemy. From the very beginning, he took command of one of the fronts of Abadan and had an important responsibility in the siege of Abadan and in one of the axes of the operation. At the end of the imposed war, he turned the same 50-member group into one of the IRGC’s strongest and most important divisions on the first day of the war, and transformed the division into an armored division with hundreds of tanks, personnel carriers, artillery and machinery, with weapons looted from the Iraqis. Delivered the system. He had a great service in launching and forming the IRGC ground force as the IRGC ground force operational deputy. Sardar Kazemi also attended the northwestern region of the country in 1372 as the commander of the northwestern region and received the command of the Supreme Leader. During his tenure as Sardar Kazemi, the Supreme Leader visited West Azarbaijan and Kurdistan provinces and praised Sardar Kazemi for providing security in the region. In 1379, he received the command of the IRGC Air Force from the Supreme Leader of the Revolution and upgraded the Air Force in terms of organization, structure and organization and missile organization to the point that the enemies of the Islamic Republic of Iran were amazed by the missile capability of the country. After 5 years of valuable service in the IRGC Air Force, in 2005 he received the command of the IRGC Land Forces from the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces and during three months of round-the-clock activity, more than 100 trips to all units of the Land Force And closely monitored the situation of the ground forces. Sardar Shahid Kazemi announced that the main focus of the Army’s activities was to strengthen and upgrade the IRGC’s ground forces and provided valuable services in this regard. On the night of his martyrdom, in a meeting, while regretting why he was not martyred and his companions left, he ordered, “The martyrs have a great right on our necks, we must work hard.” Say, do not tell about yourself, tell about others. Tell about the army air force, about the army air force, about the army martyrs and jihad. On the morning of his martyrdom, he left for the northwestern region.

In a message, Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, expressed his condolences on the martyrdom of Sardar Rashid Islam, General Ahmad Kazemi and a number of IRGC commanders and officers in the crash. The text of the Supreme Leader’s message is as follows: In the name of God, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate, the loss of martyrdom of Sardar Sardar Rashid Islam, Major General Ahmad Kazemi and a number of IRGC commanders and officers in the plane crash saddened me. This brave, pious and zealous commander was one of the valuable relics of the holy defense era and one of its prominent epics. His resourcefulness and commanding power did great things during the Eight-Year War, and he often went to the brink of martyrdom. The desire to die in the way of God was burning in his heart and he was leading the way in great deeds with this enthusiasm and longing. Now he has achieved his dream and met God while serving. I congratulate and condole the martyrdom of this famous and famous commander and other victims of this incident to all the people of Iran, especially the dear people and martyrs of Najafabad, and from God Almighty for the survivors of these martyrs, patience and endurance and reward for the patient and for I myself pray for the exaltation of the Hereafter. Regarding the martyrs of the Falcon plane crash, Seyyed Ali Khamenei, a Safavid general, said: “Sardar” Ahmad Kazemi “, the commander of the IRGC’s ground forces, was one of the first Revolutionary Guards to join the IRGC in 1958 and showed great courage during the holy defense. He stated: Sardar Kazemi was a 45% veteran, a resourceful and brave commander who accepted various responsibilities in the IRGC command ranks, played an effective role in the victories of military operations such as the operation to liberate the northwestern regions from the counter-revolution, the siege of Abadan, Conquest of Khorramshahr, conquest of Al-Mubin played. He said: Sardar Kazemi, who had been in command of the IRGC ground forces for about five months, had trained from the forces who won three medals of victory and courage after the war, and recently he was strongly remembered by the holy defense martyrs, especially Martyr Kharazi and Bakri. .

Will of Martyr Ahmad Kazemi

In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Allahu Akbar I bear witness that there is no god but God God forbid from the devil, the regime, the truth of God Almighty, peace and blessings of God be upon you and His mercy and blessings. In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful God, I just want to be a martyr Martyr in your way, God accept me and place me among the martyrs. O God, I want martyrdom one day when there is news of everything except martyrdom, but God, you are the owner of everything and everyone and you are able, O God, the Merciful, the Compassionate and the Merciful, be merciful, have mercy, make me a martyr of your way. With all my being, I realized your true love and the love of martyrdom is the best way to achieve this love. I do not know what to do, I just know that life in this world is very difficult. I really can’t find a place for myself. Every time I am ready to write a few words, I have so many words that I do not know which one to write, from the pain of the world, from the distance of the martyrs, from the hardship of worldly life, from the pain of being empty-handed for the future of that world, thousands upon thousands of other words. In a word, what would we really do if there was no hope for Hazrat Haqq? If it is difficult, we have God if we are in the army. We have God. If we have the pain of being away from the dear martyrs, we have God. O God of the martyrs, O God of Hussein (AS), O God of Fatima Zahra (AS), grant your servitude and martyr in your own way, O God or Lord of the worlds. To be honest, my chest can no longer bear the pain of traveling friends. God help you. What can I do? I hope only in the hope and grace of your Imam. God, I know that I was bad and what did I do to fall behind the caravan of my martyred friends and I have to endure hard times. O God Almighty, O God Almighty and O Merciful and Gracious, help me to join the group of my martyred friends. What can I give and O God, have mercy and help. You see me badly, I want to be a slave, see my slavery. O great God, my Lord, if I give and if I make a mistake, it is not out of disobedience, but out of ignorance. God, I am in a lot of trouble, because whatever I think, I see what a good thing and what a great mercy I lost. But God, I hope for your grace and greatness again. God, you are able. O Hazrat Haqq, take my hand, save me from the distance of the martyrs, not doing good deeds, not being a good servant, … anymore … Hazrat Haqq, if not your hope, then what? Was I in that line too? Wow, what happy days it was when I look at the picture. I can no longer bear to see the severe pain that takes over my whole being. The era of Hazrat Haqq’s infinite grace, the era of jihad, the era of love, the era of easy attainment of Hazrat Haqq, oh, I did not understand, oh, oh, I have to go through the hard times. God Almighty, God help yourself, God, I swear by the blood of the dear martyrs and all your good servants, grant me martyrdom at this time and grant me success, as soon as I reach my martyr friends, God willing.