|Mehdi Hanifa oglu Huseynzade|
|Born||December 22, 1918|
Novkhani, Baku Governorate, Azerbaijan Democratic Republic
|Died||November 16, 1944 (aged 25)|
Vitovlje, Kingdom of Italy (now Slovenia)
|Buried at||Čepovan, Nova Gorica, Slovenia|
|Allegiance|| Soviet Union|
|Years of service||1941–1944|
|Unit||9th Corps of Yugoslav Partisans|
|Commands held||Reconnaissance and sabotage group|
|Battles/wars||Battle of Stalingrad|
|Awards||Hero of the Soviet Union, Order of Lenin|
Mehdi Hanifa oglu Huseynzade (December 22, 1918, Novxanı, Azerbaijan – November 2, 1944, Vitovlje, Slovenia) was an Azerbaijani guerrilla and scout during World War II. After he died he was given the title of Hero of the Soviet Union on April 11, 1957.
His life and heroism during World War II was described in Imran Gasimov's book On Distant Shores.