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Seyyed Ahmad Shokrollahi

Women, Life, Freedom

Name: Seyyed Ahmad Shokrollahi
Father's Name: Seyed Rasoul Shokrollahi
Mother's Name: Unknown
City of Birth: Khorasgan
State of Birth: Isfahan
Date of Birth: 1999-01-04
City of Death: Isfahan
State of Death: Isfahan
Date of Death: 2022-10-08

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Ahmad Shakarollahi was a 24-year-old from Khorasgan, Isfahan, with a life that intertwined the virtues of athleticism, familial devotion, and a steadfast commitment to freedom. As a professional athlete, Ahmad exemplified discipline and resilience, qualities that he carried into all aspects of his life, including his civic engagement.

On a fateful day, amidst the nationwide protests shaking Iran, Ahmad found himself navigating the tumultuous streets of Isfahan, not as a protester, but in a race against time to bring his ailing mother to Shariati Hospital. The protests, a backdrop to his urgent mission, unexpectedly became the scene of his tragic demise. Ahmad’s decision to park his motorcycle and protect his mother in the face of chaos was a testament to his protective nature and quick thinking. However, this act of care and precaution led to him being fatally shot by security forces, a moment that abruptly ended a life dedicated to service, both on the athletic field and within his community.

Ahmad’s participation in the protests prior to his death revealed his deep-seated belief in the fight for freedom and justice. He was vocal about his convictions, once questioning, “If I don’t go to the protests, who will fight for freedom?” This statement encapsulated his sense of duty not only to his immediate loved ones but also to his broader community.

The sixteenth of Mehr, the day Ahmad was killed, had been marked by a call for mass demonstrations in Isfahan. While the political unrest beckoned him, his priorities were clear—his mother’s well-being came first. Ahmad’s life story is a poignant reminder of the personal narratives that weave through the fabric of collective struggle, highlighting the individual sacrifices made in the pursuit of a greater good. In his final act of trying to safeguard his mother amidst a national crisis, Ahmad Shakarollahi left behind a legacy of courage, altruism, and an unwavering commitment to the ideals of freedom and dignity.

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