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Mohammad Ali Allahdadi

Shahid
Mohammad-Ali Allahdadi
محمدعلی الله‌دادی
Birth name Mohammad-Ali Allahdadi
Born c.1963[1]
Pariz, Iran
Died January 18, 2015(2015-01-18) (aged 52)
al-Amal Farms, Quneitra District, Syria
Allegiance Iran
Service/branch Revolutionary Guards
Years of service 1980–2015[1]
Rank Second Brigadier General[1]
Unit
Commands held

[1]

  • Mortar platoon, 41st Sarallah Division of Kerman
  • Equipment Battalion, 41st Sarallah Division of Kerman
  • Sirjan Headquarters
  • Sahib-az-Zaman 2nd Brigade Deputy
  • Zulfiqar 3rd Brigade Deputy
  • Alqadir 18th Brigade, Division of Yazd
  • 3rd Brigade, Muhammad Rasulullah Division of Tehran
Battles/wars

Iran–Iraq war:[1]

Balochistan conflict

Syrian civil war

Mohammad-Ali Allahdadi (Persian: محمدعلی الله‌دادی‎‎; c.1963 – January 18, 2015) was a Second Brigadier General in the Iranian Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution and a commander in Quds Force.[1]

A veteran of Iran–Iraq war, he was killed in January 2015 Mazraat Amal incident.[1]

Contents

  • Military career 1
    • Iran–Iraq war 1.1
    • Balochistan conflict 1.2
    • Syrian civil war 1.3
  • Legacy 2
  • References 3

Military career

Iran–Iraq war

Still a teenager, Allahdadi joined Irregular Warfare Headquarters, an Irregular warfare unit under command of Mostafa Chamran, as a guerrilla. After fighting in Operation Tariq al-Qods, he moved to Ground Forces of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution's 41st Sarallah Division of Kerman, under Qasem Soleimani. During the war, he was promoted several times.[1]

Balochistan conflict

He was involved in Balochistan conflict.[1]

Syrian civil war

In circa 2012, he was asked by his previous commander Qasem Soleimani to serve in Syrian civil war.[1] Allahdadi had traveled to Syria to "provide consultation"[2] and was an adviser to the Syrian army.[3] He was killed in January 2015 Mazraat Amal incident, alongside six Hezbollah Fighters.[4] Following his death, Revolutionary Guards released a statement saying "Zionists should await devastating thunder of the IRGC"[5] and Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a "warning letter" to Israel via United States.[6]

A senior Israeli security source told Reuters "Israeli forces believed they were attacking only low-ranking guerrillas". Officially, Israel has not commented on the attack.[7]

Legacy

2015 Southern Syria offensive was code-named "Allahdadi for Quneitra Martyrs".[8]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "سردار محمد علی الله دادی که بود؟" (in فارسی). bdv.ir. 28 January 2015. Retrieved January 30, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Freedom of Quds is close: IRGC chief".  
  3. ^ "'"Report: Iranian general killed in Syria strike died because 'he kept his phone on.  
  4. ^ "Iran general died in 'Israeli strike' in Syrian Golan".  
  5. ^ "IRGC commander: Zionists should await ‘destructive thunder’".  
  6. ^ "'"Iran sends 'warning to Israel via US officials.  
  7. ^ "Iran says Israel crossed 'red lines', vows to respond: IRNA".  
  8. ^ "Syrian army tears through the south to sweep Iran and Hizballah up to Israel’s Golan doorstep".  
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