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Mohammad Boroujerdi (Kurdistan Messiah) was born on 1955 in Darreh Gorg, Lorestan Province, Iran. Discover Mohammad Boroujerdi's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 28 years old?

Popular As Kurdistan Messiah
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Age 28 years old
Zodiac Sign
Born 1955, 1955
Birthday 1955
Birthplace Darreh Gorg, Lorestan Province, Iran
Date of death 1983 (aged 27–28) - Kurdistan province, Iran Kurdistan province, Iran
Died Place Kurdistan province, Iran
Nationality Iran

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Mohammad Boroujerdi (Persian: محمد بروجردی, 1955 – 1983/05/22) was an Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander during the Iran–Iraq War. He played key roles in regaining control over the territories of Kurdistan by Iranian forces.


As one of the commanders, he averted the fall of "Sar Pol-e Zahab", engineered by Saddam's army in October 1980. Although Boroujerdi served mostly in the west of Iran, but he was also involved in some military campaigns in the south; including Operation Tarigh ol-Qods for regaining Bostan and Operation Fath-ol-Mobeen. After the partitioning of AGIR, he was appointed as the commander of its seventh zone; which included Hamedan, Kermanshah, Kurdistan and Ilam provinces. He was also the deputy of "Hamzeh Seyedo-Shohaha" headquarter. His major protégés included: "Ahmad motavaselian", "Naser Kazemi" and "Mohammad Ebrahim Hemmat". Boroujerdi was killed (Martyr in Iran) by a land mine on Mahabad-Naqadeh road. His comrades have talked about his kindness, fair treatment of people, faith and stamina. He fathered two children.


Boroujerdi came into connect with "Islamic Coalition Party" before Iranian Revolution and was participating in their clandestine political and religious study groups. Boroujerdi faced mandatory military service, however he deserted and fled to Iran–Iraq border to meet Ruhollah Khomeini in Iraq. After capturing by SAVAK and confining for six months, he was forced to finish the military service. His mother narrates that she has seen them beating him during the imprisonment. A comrade, "Hemmat" related of his discord with PMOI members in prison, on him bound up with Fatwā. After the military service he restarted his political activities by contacting revolutionaries like Mahdi Iraqi; and replicating statements and audio cassettes of Khomeini in his home for publicization. He believed in armed struggle against Pahlavis, so he left to Syria in 1977 and contacted Musa al-Sadr and Mohammad Montazeri. Boroujerdi improved his military and partisan skills at the camps of Amal Movement. He left Syria to Lebanon and was acquainted with Mostafa Chamran. After the first major demonstrations to overthrow the Shah in January 1978, he led some guerrilla warfares against the monarchy in Iran.