A book on the lifestyle of the Iranian veteran Mostafa Chamran has been published in UK.
Entitled “22: Not a new lifestyle for those who thirst for humanity!” the book is written by Nick Robinson in English.
The London-based Ahlubayt ltd. Book Publishing Team has released the book, which explores the life of Chamran in 88 short stories.
Chamran was commander of several military operations in the warzones of the Kordestan and Khuzestan regions during the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war. He was killed in a mortar attack in the Dehlavieh region near Ahvaz in 1981.
He had completed his Ph.D. in electronics and plasma physics with excellent grades from the University of California at Berkeley.
“This book is for those who are seeking truth and have not yet found it. It is for those who have freedom of thought and hate people depriving others of freedom, whether they are ordinary people on the streets of the city, or the great media that not only do not think freely but also do not let others think freely,” it is mentioned in the book’s introduction.
The electronic version of the book is now available on Amazon.com.