IRGC Commander: Martyrs, source of Iranian nation's identity
The commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said that every society has a source of identity, and Iranian martyrs are the sources of dignity, security, reputation, and progress of the country in the world.
Iran Press/ Iran news: Speaking at the memorial ceremony of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' Aerospace Force’s martyrs on Thursday, Iran's IRGC Commander Major General Hossein Salami called General Salami referred to martyrs as beacons of Guidance, and their great character is that they are eternal.
He said that martyrs are alive and that is a divine truth, adding that they bring eternal life into society and due to that they created eternity for the Iranian nation, reported Iran press.
Top IRGC Commander went on to say that Iranian air force has reached a level of deterrence that could beat the enemy and respond to its aggression.
He referred to Martyr Brigadier General Hassan Tehrani Moghaddam, the father of Iran's missile, and talked about his self-sacrifices and hard working to elevate the country's military defense power.
"One of Martyr Hassan Tehrani Moghaddam's dreams was the omission of the Israeli regime, a dream which will come true soon," the top commander remarked, adding that the sons of the Iranian nation have learned the way in all of the armed forces and are moving forward every day and witnessing achievements inspired by martyr Tehrani Moqaddam's wishes.
"Not only the martyr thought about his goal, but he did act to realize it; and he was a man of overcoming the deadlocks; this martyr did not fail, but moved above the failures. We live in the eruption of science and technology today and have moved our front lines to the forefront of global science and technology," Salami said.
He said that Iran has today stood on top, the accomplishment which owes it to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
Hassan Tehrani Moghaddam (29 October 1959 – 12 November 2011) was an Iranian military officer in the Aerospace Force of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps and designer of Iran's ballistic missile project. He was the chief of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps.