|Member of Parliament of Iran|
28 May 1980 –28 May 1984
|Constituency||Tehran, Rey and Shemiranat|
| Minister without Portfolio |
for Revolutionary Projects
18 February 1979 –6 November 1979
|Prime Minister||Mehdi Bazargan|
|Born||[ citation needed ]25 February 1905|
|Died|| 12 April 2002 97) (aged|
|Political party||Freedom Movement|
Yadollah Sahabi (25 February 1905[ citation needed ] – 12 April 2002) was a prominent Iranian scholar, writer, reformist and politician. A close associate of Mohammad Mosaddegh and Mehdi Bazargan, Sahabi was an active campaigner for the nationalisation of the Iranian oil industry in the 1950s. He was the father of Ezzatollah Sahabi and Fereydun Sahabi.
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