Mirza Ali-Aqa Tabrizi, known as Seqat-ol-Eslam Tabrizi (also transliterated as Siqat-ul-Islam), (Tabriz, January 19, 1861 - Tabriz, December 30, 1911) was an Iranian nationalist who lived in Tabriz, Iran, in Iranian Constitutional Revolution and was a reformist Shia cleric. He was hanged by Russian troops with 12 other Iranian nationalists in Bagh-e Shomal in age of 53 . He is buried in Maqbaratoshoara, Tabriz.
The original photography of his hanging currently is shown in Azerbaijan Museum.
He born in Tabriz on 1861. His father Haj Mirza Sahfie Sadr Seqat-olEslam Tabriz was a dominant figure in Tobacco Protest. He studied in Tabriz, Najaf, and Karbala. After death of his father he got the title of Seqat-ol-Eslam from king Mozzafaradin Shah.
He was one of the effective intellectual among Tabriz people and in his speeches he was informing people about the situations. After broke of Tabriz Siege by Russian forces a conflict between the Russian forces and the revolutionaries happened. Russian to make the everything officially legal on their side wanted him as a dominant figure in Tabriz, to agree and sign a letter confirming that it was revolutionary people who started the conflict. By his denial Russians hanged him with few other revolutionary forces.
Mohammad Saeed Ordubadi, Foggy Tabriz,192x (محمد سعید اردوبادی، تبریز مه آلود، ترجمه رییسی نيا)
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