|Nickname(s) Haj Hemmat (حاج همت)|
Role School teacher
Years of service 1979–1984
Spouse Jila Badihian (m. ?–1984)
|Awards 2nd grade Fath Medal|
Name Mohammad Hemmat
Children Mohammad Mehdi
|Born 2 April 1955Shahreza, Iran (1955-04-02) |
Commands held Mohammad Rasool-Allah Brigade
Battles/wars Israeli invasion of LebanonIran–Iraq WarOperation Fath ol-MobinOperation Tariq al-QudsOperation Beit ol-MoqaddasOperation RamadanOperation Muslim ibn AqilOperation MuharramOperation Dawn-4Operation Kheibar (KIA)
Died March 14, 1984, Majnoon Island, Basra Governorate, Iraq
Battles and wars Operation Fath ol-Mobin
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Mohammad ebrahim hemmat
Mohammad Ebrahim Hemmat (Persian: محمد ابراهیم همت) was born on April 2, 1955, in Shahreza, Isfahan. After graduating from high school, he entered Isfahan Daneshsara of Teacher Training and later, after graduation, engaged in teaching in the schools of his birthplace. After Islamic Revolution, he joined Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution and, in the early 1980s, was dispatched to Paveh to calm the unrests. Hemmat spent two years in Kordestan province, commanding many operations. Then, he departed for the southern fronts of the Iran-Iraq War to command the 27th Muhammad Rasulullah Brigade. Participation in great Operation Beit ol-Moqaddas and liberation of Khorramshar, as well as commanding Ramadhan and Muslim ibn Aqil, occurred at the very same time. He was killed during great Khaybar, when he was younger than 30. his body was buried in Martyrs Cemetery of Shahreza.
- Mohammad ebrahim hemmat
- Early life
- After Islamic Revolution
- During IranIraq war
- Personal life
Muhammad Ibrahim Hemmat was born on April, 1955, in Shahreza, Isfahan. After high school, he was admitted in Tarbiat Moallem University of Isfahan and could receive his Associate degree. After graduating from university, he attended military service in Artillery Division of Isfahan and was put in charge of the kitchen duties. During this period, Hemmat was familiar with several revolutionary elements and intellectuals and could study many Islamic and banned books and started activities against shah regime.
After military service in 1977, Hemmat started teaching in a Middle school in Shahreza. There, he associated with a number of revolutionary Clergymen and Qom Seminary and became more familiar with the personality and thoughts of Imam Khomeini. Hemmat tried hard to introduce Islamic and revolutionary ideas to his students. By doing these activities, Hemmat was noticed by SAVAK and warned not to continue; he did not pay much attention.
Gradually, Hemmat changed in to the head of anti-regime and revolutionary youth in Shahreza. Because of his decisively anti-regime speeches, he was prosecuted by SAVAK and had to run away. To avoid capture, he left for Firouzabad but SAVAK still chased him, so he permanently moved to avoid capture. He lived in Yasuj, then Gachsaran, Dogonbadan, and finally Ahvaz. Hemmat lived there for several months and returned to Shahreza again. He actively led protests there.
Finally, he was sentenced to death due to his anti-regime activities and had to disguise his appearance and struggle in secret until the victory of Islamic revolution.
After Islamic Revolution
By the victory of Islamic Revolution, Hemmat and his companion did a big effort in establishing order in the city. They also formed Committee of the Islamic Revolution and the IRGC of Shahreza. Hemmat was appointed as the director of IRGC's Public Relationsin in Shahreza.
In 1980, he was dispatched to Paveh, Kurdistan, to calm the unrests. Hemmat spent nearly two years in Kurdistan province; he had a significant effort to deal with the cultural poverty of Kurds people. Hemmat served two years as the commander of IRGC in Paveh. The locals had a great interest in him so that they felt very upset when he wanted to leave the region.
During Iran–Iraq war
When Iraq invaded Iran, Hemmat joined military forces and he departed for the southern fronts of Iran-Iraq War. Ahmad Motevaselian and Hemmat were commissioned by commander-in-chief of IRGC to form Muhammad Rasool-Allah brigade.
In Operation Fath ol-Mobin, he was director of a significant part of the operation. Hemmat also played an important role in Operation Beit ol-Moqaddas as the deputy commander of Muhammad Rasool-Allah brigade. Participation in great Operation Beit ol-Moqaddas and liberation of Khorramshar as well as commanding Operation Ramadan and Muslim Ibn Aqil occurred at the very same era. He was eventually killed during great Operation Kheibar, at just 28 years old. After a grand funeral procession, his body was buried in Martyrs Cemetery of Shahreza.
Hemmat was married to Jila Badihian with whom he has two sons.