When I was roughly 19 years old, I was assigned with a duty to deliver a letter written by my father (Ayatollah Sadr, the then grand Ayatollah) to the incumbent Iranian Prime Minister. I, therefore, travelled from Qom to...
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Place of birth: Qum – Iran Born Ayatullah Imam Moosa Sadr was born in Qum, Iran in 1928. he was among a rare few of his time to both be a religious scholar and a university graduate. from an early age he had shown a great deal of intelligence and wit, ...