Saeed Emami

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Saeed Emami (; né Saeed Eslami also known as Mojtaba Ghavami; 1959 – 1999) was the Iranian deputy minister of intelligence under Ali Fallahian, and an intelligence officer under Ghorbanali Dorri-Najafabadi. The Islamic government accused him of having independently organized the assassinations of dissidents (known as the "chain murders") shortly after he allegedly committing suicide.


Emami was born in Abadeh, near Shiraz, Iran as Daniyal Ghavami in a wealthy family of Jewish background. In 1978, he moved to the United States with the help of his uncle, Soltan Mohammad Etemad, to pursue his studies in Mechanical Engineering. After the Iranian Revolution, he returned and became involved in intelligence gathering. In 1984, when the Majlis of Iran (the Iranian Parliament) approved the establishment of the Ministry of Intelligence, he officially applied for a job, but was rejected by Saeed Hajjarian. He later joined the ministry and became the deputy of the ministry during the tenure of Ali Fallahian.

Jewish background

Many sources claimed that Emami was of Jewish origin, but Ali Fallahian believes that "they just wanted to justify his arrest and...
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