| June 1980|
| late 1963 initial activity
April 1971 as the unified organization|
Jazani-Ẓarifi Group and Aḥmadzāda-Puyān-Meftāḥi Group
Organization of Iranian People's Fedaian (Majority)
Fedaian Organisation (Minority)
Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas
The Organization of Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas (OIPFG; Persian: سازمان چريکهای فدايی خلق ايران, Sāzmān-e čerikhā-ye Fadāʾi-e ḵalq-e Irān), simply known as Fadaiyan-e-Khalq (Persian: فداییان خلق, Fadāʾiān-e ḵalq, 'Popular Selfsacrificers') was a Marxist-Leninist underground guerrilla organization in Iran.
Organization of Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas Wikipedia
Ideologically, the group pursued an Anti-imperialist agenda and embraced armed propaganda to justify its revolutionary armed struggle against Iran's monarchy system, and believed in Materialism. They rejected reformism, and were inspired by thoughts of Mao Zedong, Che Guevara, and Régis Debray.
They criticized the National Front and the Liberation Movement as "Petite bourgeoisie paper organizations still preaching the false hope of peaceful change". Fedai Guerrillas initially criticized the Soviet Union and the Tudeh Party as well, however they later abandoned the stance as a result of cooperation with the socialist camp.
Bijan Jazani, known as the "intellectual father" of the organization, contributed to its ideology by writing a a series of pamphlets such as "Struggle against the Shah's Dictatorship", "What a Revolutionary Must Know" and "How the Armed Struggle Will Be Transformed into a Mass Struggle?". The pamphlets were followed by Masoud Ahmadzadeh's treatise "Armed Struggle: Both a Strategy and a Tactic" and "The Necessity of Armed Struggle and the Rejection of the Theory of Survival" by Amir Parviz Pouyan.