Iran Briefing : Brigadier General Mohammad Jafari Asadi was born on January 27th, 1958 in the small city of Mamasani, Fars province.
After completing his high school education in 1980, Asadi became a member of the IRGC. He was later granted a “PhD in Strategic Studies.”
He was appointed to lead the Ahvaz-based division of the Revolutionary Guard on December 1980, and command the Abadan Operational Zone on June 10, 1981.
On July 1982, he was appointed commander of the 33rd al-Mahdi brigade. During this period he led various operations such as Fatholmobin, Beitolmoghaddas, Ramezan, Moharram, Val-Fajr Moghaddamati, Val-Fajr 1 and 2, Kheibar, Badr, Val-Fajr 8, Karbala 2, 4, 5 and 10, Nasr 4, Zafar 7, Val-Fajr 10, Beitolmoghaddas 7 and Mersad.
On September 10, 1991, Asadi was appointed to command the 19th Fajr division after being dismissed from his position as commander of the 33rd Al-Mahdi brigade.
He has held several different posts, including being commander of the Ashoora brigade in East Azerbaijan, deputy commander of the ground forces of the IRGC and deputy head of the Armed Forces’ inspection Department.
After being removed as the Commander of the IRGC Ground Forces, Asadi was assigned to head the inspection unit of the Khatam al-Anbia base.
He is said to have been among those who have written a letter to Assembly of Experts member Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Mohammad Dastgheib criticizing his position during the 2009 disputed presidential election.
There are also unconfirmed speculations over Asadi’s active role in the 2009 coup d’etat which re-elected incumbent president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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