“Martyr without Border” on character of General Soleimani published
Book on the character, lifestyle and battles fought by Iran’s IRGC top commander, Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani has been published on the eve of the first martyrdom anniversary of the senior commander.
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“Martyr without Border, Analysis on Character and Endless Battles of General Qassem Soleimani” by Iranian author Afsaneh Kianmehr has been published on the eve of his first martyrdom anniversary, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
The author has endeavored to detail the struggles by assassinated commander General Soleimani during the Iran-Iraq war and his role in boosting the resistance front.
The book is published in five sections on “Role of General Soleimani during Sacred Defense”, “Birth of Salfi Movements”, “Battles of General Soleimani against Daesh”, “Role of General Soleimani in Formation of Resistance Front” and also “General Soleimani and Struggle for God.”
The first chapter of the book is in fact a biography of General Soleimani, formation of Quds Force and also battles directly attended by the top commander.
The second section reviews formation and political thoughts of Salafi groups and also influences of Iran’s Islamic Revolution on Islamic awakening and the third section on formation of Daesh Takfiri (excommunication) group.
The other two sections are on formation of the resistance front in the region, formation of Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah and also impacts of the Syria’s political system on the resistance front and also the different aspects of Jihad in thoughts and practical lifestyle of General Qassem Soleimani.
The book is published less than a year after top commander of IRGC Quds Force was assassinated by US forces in Iraq.