Abdollah Javadi-Amoli

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Abdollah Javadi-Amoli
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Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, addressing people in a mosque in Qom
Title Grand Ayatollah - Allameh
Born (1933-05-05) May 5, 1933 (age 83)
Amol, Iran
Ethnicity Persian
Era Modern era
Region Iran
Religion Islam
Jurisprudence Ja`fari
Creed Transcendent Theosophy
Main interest(s) Islamic philosophy, Tafsir, Fiqh and Hadith
Notable work(s) Tafsir Tasnim
Website www.esraco.net

Grand Ayatollah Abdollah Javadi-Amoli (Persian: عبدالله جوادی آملی‎‎) is an Iranian Twelver Shi'a Marja. He is a conservative Iranian politician and one of the prominent Islamic scholars of the Hawza in Qom.

Early life[edit]

He was born in 1933 in Amol, north of Iran. Then he studied Islamic courses in Amol, Tehran and Qom.

In politics[edit]

He was the leader of Ayatollah Khomeini's mission to Mikhail Gorbachev, the leader of USSR in January 1988.[1][2]

He announced his resignation from an influential position as the Friday Prayer Leader in Qom on 27 November 2009, saying that one should not hold such a position if one has not proven influential.[3] He had previously protested unethical approaches to election campaigns.[4] However, during his farewell address, Amoli clearly pointed out that his resignation was not due to differences with the government but due to health reasons. He continues to attend Friday congregational prayers in the city of Qom even after resigning as the Friday prayer leader.[5]


His works[edit]

Persian books:

  • Tasnim (Tafsir)
  • As-Saareh-e-Khelqat (Discussions about the philosophy of faith and evidence of the existence of an almighty God)
  • Guidance in Quran
  • Wilayat ul-Faqih, Qom: Esra Publication.
  • As-Saareh-e-Khelqat (A Book About Imam Mahdi)
  • Donya Shinaasee Va Donya Giraye Dar Nahjul Balagheh
  • Adabe fanaye Mogharreban or " politeness of annihilation of those who are approximate to Allah".
  • Raheeq-e Makhtum, a Philosophical exposition of al-Asfar by Mulla Sadra

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