Media: Iranian military adviser killed in Syria

Another representative of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, who advised the Syrian Armed Forces, died in a battle with terrorists, reports RIA News message agency Fars.




"Colonel Farshad Hasunizadeh, died in the discharge of his duty as a military adviser in Syria," - said in a statement. At the same time the place of death of the Iranian officer is not indicated.

Earlier, according to media reports, the Iranian General Hussein Hamdani was killed in the fighting in northern Syria.

According to the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif, "only Iranian military advisers are in Syria."
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  1. avvg 14 October 2015 11: 01 New
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    The man fought for the Just cause and died with dignity. Let the earth rest in peace for him.
    1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 14 October 2015 12: 11 New
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      I am joining. Colonel Farshad Khasunizadeh died the death of the brave, we grieve for his untimely death and - our condolences to the family and friends.
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  2. fox21h 14 October 2015 11: 01 New
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    Yes, there was this news already, and there was no confirmation from Iran
    1. donavi49 14 October 2015 11: 08 New
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      No, General Hamedani has already been buried with honors.
      http://imp-navigator.livejournal.com/381260.html

      He died in battle yesterday, Colonel forces KODS. Also on the front edge inspection. They need to be prohibited by law from doing this. A lot of sensible senior officers died in Syria and Iraq because of stupidity.
    2. MIKHALYCH1 14 October 2015 11: 10 New
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      Quote: fox21h
      Yes, there was this news already, and there was no confirmation from Iran

      And it won’t ... The East is a delicate matter, that’s all! Come on Iran, join in your own interests, too, to wet this devil’s insect ...
    3. St Petrov 14 October 2015 11: 12 New
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      but in my opinion Iran has already promised revenge
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  3. Engineer 14 October 2015 11: 02 New
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    Officially, Iran did not confirm the death of the general.
  4. gukoyan 14 October 2015 11: 03 New
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    I hope a fake.
  5. papont64 14 October 2015 11: 03 New
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    Heavier than the infantry, they see the eyes of the enemy, the earth rest in peace.
  6. kil 31 14 October 2015 11: 04 New
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    Are they going to attack ahead of the Syrians there? Do as I do?
    1. Horly 14 October 2015 11: 06 New
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      So a military adviser is not a couch: he is at the front line or near with the troops! :)
      1. padded jacket 14 October 2015 11: 11 New
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        This next death of the Iranian adviser suggests that they are not hiding behind the backs of Syrian soldiers, but in the same ranks they are fighting against terrorists supported by the USA, Israel, PZ monarchies, etc.
        1. donavi49 14 October 2015 11: 19 New
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          If Zhukov, Rokosovsky, Vasilevsky, Malinovsky and Co. - had raised the divisions and armies in the attack by personal example, nothing good would have ended up ...

          The value of a trained senior officer is enormous. And losing it by stupidity (the main losses are inspections of advanced positions and distant roadblocks) is simply unforgivable.

          The same Khamedani, Takavi, or this colonel would have done more at his place in office.
          1. padded jacket 14 October 2015 11: 40 New
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            Quote: donavi49
            The same Khamedani, Takavi, or this colonel would have done more at his place in office.

            Well, it’s not necessary to exaggerate, I don’t mean that he led the Syrian soldiers into the attack, but only that he at the forefront did not hide from the bullets from the actions of the unit.
            Quote: donavi49
            If Zhukov, Rokosovsky, Vasilevsky, Malinovsky and Co. - had raised the divisions and armies in the attack by personal example, nothing good would have ended up ...

            The comparison is somewhat exaggerated there in battles in one place such large units are not involved, which were led by the Soviet military commanders given by you.
          2. Stirbjorn 14 October 2015 11: 45 New
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            Quote: donavi49
            If Zhukov, Rokosovsky, Vasilevsky, Malinovsky and Co. - had raised the divisions and armies in the attack by personal example, nothing good would have ended up ...
            Well, at least Rokosovsky, often at the forefront hi
            The success was also due to his constant presence at the forefront. The commander did not miss the opportunity to go down to the trenches and assess the situation on the spot, he said, a certain connection was established between the command and the forces.

            http://topwar.ru/13771-rokossovskiy-soldatskiy-dolg-eto-prosto-vsegda-voevat-luc

            hshe-protivnika.html

            Or a famous story about him from Finn
            On one of the sectors of the front, the Germans fired hurricane, artillery and mortar. Our soldiers and commanders in this sector could not get up and go on the attack. They were literally pressed to the ground. Death crushed them. And it was from this section that it was necessary to attack the enemy. Then General Rokossovsky arrived here. He crawled to the front line, looked around, thought for a minute and decided. He did not scream inspirational words, he did not try to explain the need for an attack. No. He just stood up and lit a cigarette. Around him was hell. Shells were torn, fragments of mines whistled. The grass and shrubs around him swayed like the wind. Everything rushed around him. But Rokossovsky stood calmly, smoked, did not pay attention to anything, as if he was not on the battlefield, not under heavy fire, but in his room. He neglected danger. He pretended not to notice her. He smoked and seemed to be mostly occupied with whether the cigarette had gone out, with the taste of tobacco.
      2. kil 31 14 October 2015 11: 14 New
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        Quote: Horly
        So a military adviser is not a couch: he is at the front line or near with the troops! :)

        So he should coordinate and work through operations, and not go into attacks. I just have that feeling. That general in a couple of days, Colonel. It is clear that the generals are also killed in the war, but not as often. hi
        1. Horly 14 October 2015 11: 24 New
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          This only speaks of the level of organization of management of units in the SAR, that is, of its absence (if the adviser is forced to be in positions and coordinate everything himself, then the management system is already at a tactical level (company battalion) not organized, not to mention higher levels). In addition, I do not exclude the possibility that there is a hunt for Iranian advisers, since they understand that without organizing interaction, troops will not be able to fight effectively (but really - in any way!)
      3. Stirbjorn 14 October 2015 11: 33 New
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        Quote: Horly
        So a military adviser is not a couch: he is at the front line or near with the troops! :)
        That you aptly noticed lol certainly not from a sofa to shoot down NATO planes, but to sink ships))
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      avt 14 October 2015 11: 11 New
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      Quote: Kil 31
      Are they going to attack ahead of the Syrians there? Do as I do?

      Campaign, well, judging by the frequency of senior officers killed in recent days and Hesbollah in particular, it looks more like a point-blank shooting.
      Quote: Horly
      So a military adviser is not a couch: he is with the troops! :)
      Yah? And we didn’t even know - it’s probably just like at 41m the senior officers from the colonel and above raise the infantry from the trench ?? Like the Syrians lay down and they all here in recent days rushed to the frontwassat
    3. donavi49 14 October 2015 11: 14 New
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      They drive along the front edge, to distant roadblocks. So the prominent Brigadier General of the KODS Hamid Takavi, the Iranian-Iraqi hero, ironically, organizes Shiite militias in Iraq.

      He inspected positions at heights near Samarra - he caught a sniper bullet ...

      And so many top Iranian officers perished both in Syria and in Iraq.
      1. Stirbjorn 14 October 2015 11: 37 New
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        Quote: donavi49
        They drive along the front edge, to distant roadblocks.
        Seriously, the FIG knows. When the general is at the forefront, it’s great the spirit of the soldiers rises. Yes, and better able to assess the situation than from third parties and the appropriate decision. Look, dill everyone is sitting at the rear, with baths and fitness rooms, and something is not visible from this sitting. Suvorov always walked under bullets. And then the warriors ...
        1. Blackmokona 15 October 2015 10: 38 New
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          There are specially trained people to raise morale, and you can inspect through video cameras with helmets and other remote methods.
  7. Meh-forester 14 October 2015 11: 08 New
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    Yes, the people of Iran are suffering heavy losses as a result of their confrontation with Saudi Arabia and the United States. And what sometimes leaks into the media is only a small fraction of the information about it. But the main thing is that Iran and its people are ready to continue to fight for their right to pursue an independent foreign policy.
  8. roskot 14 October 2015 11: 14 New
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    Rest in peace. The Iranians will avenge him.
  9. rotmistr60 14 October 2015 11: 19 New
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    In the war, and advisers die, and it is not necessary to rise in the attack (which they should not do). A mine or a shell has arrived ... The person who died in the performance of military duty is already a hero.
  10. made13 14 October 2015 11: 40 New
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    It is the work of a military man to die for his homeland. The question is why? General, Colonel - either merge information or poorly camouflage.
  11. Watchdog 14 October 2015 11: 42 New
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    Suleimani, be careful, take care of yourself and the highest composition of Al-Quds! They are still useful to Iran and Syria.
  12. wild 14 October 2015 12: 06 New
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    There is nothing for the general to do at the front end; he is an adviser; sit in the headquarters; advise, and let Syrian officers climb the front lines and raise morale.
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  14. wild 14 October 2015 12: 11 New
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    The killed commander of the 60-th division of the Syrian Free Army.
  15. wild 14 October 2015 12: 11 New
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    He is still alive
  16. wild 14 October 2015 12: 13 New
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    There is truth without a photo, but they say that this is the commander of the "Central Division" Abu Iskandar and recently the Assad army repose him.
    (Taken from Kassad)
  17. Krsk 14 October 2015 12: 29 New
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    memory of the hero is eternal different faith in us but the same concept of humanity thanks to such people ig is doomed, despite all the efforts of their bosses
  18. fzr1000 14 October 2015 13: 35 New
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    The mole in the Syrian army leadership must be sought.
    1. sub307 14 October 2015 14: 12 New
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      Yeah .... In general - "in war ... as in war" ....