|Minister of Housing and Urban Development|
4 February 1980 – 21 June 1981
|Prime Minister||Mohammad-Ali Rajai|
|Preceded by||Yousef Taheri|
|Succeeded by||Hadi Nejadhosseinian|
Marand, East Azerbaijan, Iran
|Died||June 28, 1981 (aged 32)|
|Political party||Islamic Republican Party|
|Alma mater||Amirkabir University of Technology|
Mousa Kalantari (Persian: موسی کلانتری; born 1949 in Marand — assassinated 1981 in Tehran) was an Iranian politician and former cabinet minister in the government of Abolhassan Banisadr. Kalantari was killed in a terrorist attack on 28 June 1981, when a bomb exploded during a party conference (Hafte tir bombing) martyring him and 32 other leading politicians. In this meeting Kalantari was the main candidate to become the next prime minister of Iran.  The Islamic Republic first claimed the bomb was planted by the Tudeh Party, but also accused SAVAK, Mehdi Tafari, Iraqi agents, People's Mujahedin of Iran, United States, and "international mercenaries". 
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