The martyrdom of Haj Mohammad Ebrahim Hemmat
Mohammad Ibrahim Hemmat was born on April 1, 1954, in Shahreza, Isfahan. After graduating from high school, he entered Isfahan Denaeshsara of Teacher Training and later, after graduation, engaged in teaching in the schools of his birthplace, preaching Islamic ideas, so he was noticed by local SAVAK. 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, and finally Ahvaz.
After the victory of Islamic Revolution and formation of the Islamic Revolution Guardian Corps, he joined this institution and in the early 1980 departed for Paveh to calm the unrests. Haj Hemmat spent nearly two years in Kurdistan, commanding more than 20 small and great operations. Then he departed for the southern fronts of Iran-Iraq War to command Muhammad Rasool-Allah brigade. Participation in great Operation Bayt al-Moqaddas and liberation of Khorramshar as well as commanding Operations Ramadan and Muslim Ibn Aqil occurred at the very same era. He eventually went to meet his maker during great Operation Kheybar while he was less than 30. After a grand funeral procession, his body was buried in Martyrs Cemetry of Shahreza.