20 Famous leftist in Countries Contemporary History

Jalal Al-e Ahmad

Al-Ahmad is the complete and complete illustration of leftistism in Iranian intellectual history. He entered the Tudeh Party in 1323, and until the breakup of the Tudeh Party, all the organizational procedures were upward. After the split, along with Khalil Maleki and the remaining people from the split, he joined the Zahmatkesh Party Dr. Mozaffar Baqaee. His membership in the Tudeh Party lasted for three years from twenty to twenty-three.