Ghaffar Hosseini, a poet and translator who was assassinated

Ghafar Hosseini went to Paris in 1355 to receive a doctorate in sociology, and five years later he received his doctorate in this field from Sorbonne University. He was a “leftist” and had become a member of the “Youth Organization of the Tudeh Party” in Abadan in his youth. He was also an ardent supporter of the fall of Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, but after the fall of the Shah, the wheel of revolution did not turn according to his wishes, and with the closure of universities After the “Cultural Revolution,” he returned to Paris again.