Iran Briefing : Brigadier General Ali Fazli, son of Kheirollah, was born on April 20, 1961, in the small town of Sarkan located in Hamedan province.
He was the commander of Sayyid al-Shuhada Brigade and Beit al-Moghaddas Operation during the Iran-Iraq war, and played a significant role in the liberation of Khorramshahr, a city located in southern Iran which was occupied by Iraq during the early phase of the war.
Fazli married on 1981 and a year later lost sight on both his eyes when hit with pieces of shrapnel. However, he recovered 70% of his vision on his right eye after medical treatment but his left eye remained blind.
Fazli was the Deputy Commander of the Revolutionary Guard for Operation until 2008 when he was appointed to lead the Tehran division of the Revolutionary Guard. Brigadier General Ali Fazli is now the Deputy Commander of Iran’s Basij Forces.
Fazli is said to have very important secret information about the Iran-Iraq war.
Iran Briefing Exclusive