Not correct info on my part actually these are not basij these are pasadaran.
The revolution militia which dwarfd the artesh sissies in numbers aka iranian army and were braver than them.
Basijs were simply patriotic child soldiers between ages of 10 to 16.
They even used little red bicycles and threw grenedes at iraiqis. As they neard their trenches
Often when elders of pasadaran or artesh retreated back they provided an brave rear guard defense by strapping themselves with explosives and ran to lye under tanks, each kid, one tank.
Then they blew them selevs up
Since basjijs were kids and kids love toys, thus toy companies in Iran were ordered to make millions of golden plastic keys, these toys were given to young basijis generally 12 or 11 at night and a cute personal copy of quran, they were told that these keys are keys to bahist Or jannat.
They were not enticed by hooris, they were told they will meet mahdi imam, imam hussian, imam Ali and Muhammad soon by their unit imam . Before being sent with a stick to clear anti personal mine, mostly none returned.
Iranians never used this hoor trope, kids were just too young and innocent to understand about hooris . This tactic saved iranian government from using this embarrassing hoori trope. Also many educated basijis, well most were anyway they also fought for eternal iran.
No hoors were used to entice children, for their love was pure for their nation