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  • 72 pages
  • رقصی چنین میانه میدانم آرزوست
  • مصطفی چمران
  • Farsi
  • 15 December 2017

About the Author: مصطفی چمران

Mostafa Chamran Savei 8 March 1932 20 June 1981 was an Iranian scientist who served as first defence minister of post revolutionary Iran and as member of parliament, as well as commander of paramilitary volunteers in Iran Iraq War He was killed during the war He helped found the Amal Movement in southern Lebanon.Early life and education Chamran was born into a religious family on 8 March 1932 in Tehran Earlier he was educated by Ayatollah Taleqani and Morteza Motahari He studied at Alborz High School and then graduated from Tehran University with a bachelor s degree in electro mechanics In the late 1950s, he moved to the United States for higher education, obtaining a M.S degree from the Texas AM University He then went on to obtain his Ph.D in electrical engineering and plasma physics in 1963 from the University of California, Berkeley He was then hired as a senior research staff scientist at Bell Laboratories and NASA s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in the 1960s He was fluent in Persian, English, Arabic, French, and German.Career and activities Chamran was one of the senior members of the Freedom Movement led by Mehdi Bazargan in the 1960s He was part of the radical external wing together with Ebrahim Yazdi, Sadegh Ghotbzadeh and Ali Shariati Following graduation, Chamran went to Cuba to receive military training In December 1963, he along with Ghotbzadeh and Yazdi left the US for Egypt where he was trained in guerilla warfare They met the Egyptian authorities to establish an anti Shah organization in the country, which was later called SAMA, special organization for unity and action Chamran was chosen as its military head Upon his return to the US in 1965 he founded a group, Red Shiism, in San Jose with the aim of training militants His brother, Mehdi, was also part of the group In 1968, he founded another group, the Muslim Students Association of America MSA , and it was led by Ebrahim Yazdi The group managed to establish branches in the United Kingdom and France.In 1971 Chamran left the US for Lebanon and joined the camps of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Amal movement 8 He became a leading and founding member of the Islamic revolutionary movement in the Middle East, organizing and training guerrillas and revolutionary forces in Algeria, Egypt, Syria During the civil war in Lebanon he actively cooperated with Musa Al Sadr, founder of the Amal movement Chamran also became an Amal member and right hand man of Sadr.Chamran along with Sadegh Ghotbzadeh was part of the faction, called Syrian mafia , in the court of Khomeini, and there was a feud between his group and the Libya friendly group, led by Mohammad Montazeri With the Islamic Revolution taking place in Iran, Chamran returned to Iran In 1979, he served as deputy prime minister in the cabinet of Mehdi Bazargan He was appointed commander of Iran s Pasdaran March 1979 1981 and led the military operations in Kurdistan where Kurds rebelled against the Islamic regime He served as minister of defense from September 1979 to 1980, being the first civil defense minister of the Islamic Republic In March 1980, he was elected to the Majlis of Iran the Iranian Parliament as a representative of Tehran In May 1980, he was named the Ayatollah s representative to the Supreme Council of National Defense