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Islamic religious authorities must pursue the tragedy of Mina until they get to the bottom of it.

In order to pursue the causes of this great tragedy, a fact-finding committee including members from your organization and some of the members of the bereaved families as well as representatives of responsible international organizations has to be set up as soon as possible, and they have to get to …

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Bahraini scholars issue statement over attacks on Muharram mourners

In statement released, a group of prominent Bahraini Shi’ite clerics have condemned the recent terrorist attack against Shi’ite mourners in the Saudi Arabian city of Sayhat and the shootings in two husayniyah’s in the Bahraini towns of al-Hamalah and Dumistan, in which the Takfiri terrorist group ISIL claimed responsibility for. …

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“Enemies aim at Muslims’ unity concocting plots to part the World of Islam.” Ayatollah Makarem

Qom seminary instructor urged Muslims to safeguard unity during Muharram holding mourning ceremonies and Ashoura as a chance for Muslims to iron out their problems. On the threshold of Muharram and new Hegira year, top cleric Ayatollah Naser Makarem Shirazi  urged Muslims to preserve unity and cooperate more than before …

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ʻAbdullāh Jawādi Āmolī

He was born in Amul (Iran), in 1933, into a family known for its religious background. His father was an eminent scholar and preacher in that region. Religious Education Ayatollah Jawadi Amuli entered the Hawzah of Amul, after finishing his primary education, and for five years, he benefited from great …

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Mortaḍā Moqtadāʼī

Born Ayatollah Muqtadaa’i was born in the city of Isfahan in 1935. His father, the late Ayatollah Mahmoud Muqtadaa’i (known as Shaykhul Shari`ah = the Shaykh of Islamic Law), was an eminent scholar of that region. Religious Education After finishing primary school, Shaykh Muqtadaa’i entered the Islamic Seminary of Isfahan, …

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Ḥusayn Nūrī Hamedānī

Ayatollah Nouri Hamadani was born in Hamadan, Iran in 1925. Education He began his studies under the care of his father at the age of seven. He learned Persian literature, the poetical works of ‘Gulistan’ (a book of moral poetry), composition, mathematics from the book ‘Nisaab’, and Usool from the …

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Jaʻfar Sobhānī

Born Ayatollah Subhani was born in Tabriz, Iran in 1922. Education He went to a theological school after finishing primary school. In the theological school he studied Arabic literature, Fiqh (jurisprudence), and Usool (principles). His studies there lasted until 1946. Emigration to Qum After 1946 he migrated to Qom to …

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Ibrāhīm Amīnī

He was born in 1925 in Najaf Abad (a province in Isfahan), where he also finished primary school. Religious Education In 1942 he entered the Islamic Seminary of Isfahan to begin his religious studies. At this seminary he completed texts in literature, logic, usool, and fiqh (law) at the intermediate …

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Bashīr Ḥosayn Najafī

Birth and Upbringing He was born in the year 1942 in the city of Jalandhar, India and was raised in its spiritual environment where he picked up the love of Ahul-Bayt (as). He was raised with the highest morals and the most noble of virtues and both his mother and …

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