Ghaffar Hosseini, a poet and translator who was assassinated

“Ghaffar Hosseini” was a poet, translator, university professor, and member of the Iranian Writers Association who was killed by agents of the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence in 1375 in the case of “chain murders”. At the age of 14, Ghafar Hosseini went to “Abadan” and worked in the city’s refinery. Then, he was accepted into the entrance exam of “Capital University” in the field of “English Language Literature” and immigrated to Capital. In 1348, he received a master’s degree in sociology from the University of Tehran and taught “Sociology of Art” and researched and translated at the Faculty of Fine Arts.