Morteza Labbafinejad, a doctor who became a member of the Mujahideen

Morteza Labafinejad (December 14, 1323–February 4, 1354) was a physician and political activist. He was one of the fighters against the Pahlavi government and a member of the People’s Mujahideen organization who was arrested in August 1354 in Tabriz and finally shot in Tehran at dawn on February 4, 1354. After the 1357 revolution, a street and a hospital in Capital were named after Dr. Labafinejad. [2] Life and education Morteza Labafinejad was born on December 14, 1323, in a Muslim family in Capital.