Israel’s greatest enemy, Ali Akbar Mohtashmipore, has died at the age of 74 from infection with the corona virus. The founder of the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah has always spat poison against Israel. This is the reason why in 1984 the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad also attempted to kill him in the bombing. Incidentally, Ali Akbar did not die in this attack, but one of his hands was lost.
Ali Akbar was close to Ayatollah Khamenei
Ali Akbar, a trusted ally of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khamenei, formed alliances with Muslim extremist groups across West Asia in the 1970s. After the Islamic Revolution, he founded the Guardians of the revolution, a paramilitary force in Iran and, as ambassador to Syria, led the force in the region where Hezbollah helped establish itself.
In 1984, the Mossad attacked with a book bomb
According to journalist Ronen Bergman’s Rice and Kill First book, Israeli intelligence agency Mossad sent a book containing a bomb to kill him on Valentine’s Day in 1984. As Ali Akbar opened the book, his hand right and two fingers of his left hand were washed away by the explosion. However, he survived the blast. Ali Akbar later became the Minister of Internal Affairs of Iran.
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Long active in Iranian politics
Later, he gradually sided with the reformists in the hope of overthrowing the religious regime of the Islamic republic from the inside. He supported opposition leaders Mir Hussein Mousavi and Mahdi Karoubi in the country’s environmental movement following President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s controversial 2009 victory in 2009. Ali Akbar said at the time that no power was can resist the will of the people.
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Death in a Tehran hospital
The official Iranian communications agency Irna announced that Ali Akbar had died in a hospital in northern Tehran following an infection with the corona virus. Dhamguru had lived for more than ten years in the Shiite-dominated Iraqi city of Najaf after the controversial elections in Iran. Najaf is considered the holiest city for Shia Muslims. He used to tie a black colored safa over his head.
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Iran’s strong presidential candidate expressed sorrow
Ibrahim Raisi, the head of the judiciary who has a hard position, expressed his condolences to Ali Akbar’s family. Raisi is considered one of the top contenders in next week’s presidential election in Iran. Ali Akbar was born in Tehran in 1947. He had met Khamenei as a cleric living in exile. Ali Akbar was expelled from Iran by Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and he was living in Najaf.