20 Famous leftist in Countries Contemporary History

Nour al-Din Kianuri

He is also one of the figures who joined the party since the recruitment of the Tudeh Party in 1320. Over the next few years, Kiyanuri took over the leadership of the party’s youth branch and was a follower of the Mossadeq national movement during the events surrounding the nationalization of the oil industry. With the collapse of the Tudeh Party’s military organization, along with many other leaders of the masses in 1334, he first migrated to the Soviet Union, and then to the Democratic Republic of Germany in 1336.