Mohammed Emami-Kashani

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Ayatollah Mohammed Emami-Kashani
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Member of the Assembly of Experts
Ayatollah
Assumed office
21 February 1991
ConstituencyTehran Province
Majority2,286,483
Personal details
Born (1931-10-03) October 3, 1931 (age 87)
Kashan, Isfahan, Iran
Political partyCombatant Clergy Association[1]

Ayatollah Mohammed Emami-Kashani (born in Bid Aabaad, Isfahan, in 1931) is a member of the Assembly of Experts of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He has been the Interim Friday Prayer Leader of Tehran.[2] He is also the head of Shahid Motahari University, Tehran. Most of his fame comes from the books and articles he has published over the last four decades. He was one of the important figures during Iran's revolution of 1979.

He has called al-Qaeda an "illegitimate child of America and Israel":

He is a proponent of the rule of law with the following condition,

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  1. ^ "موحدی کرمانی دبیرکل شد" [Movahedi-Kermani became the General Secretary] (in Persian). Iranian Students' News Agency. 3 December 2014. 93091207754. Retrieved 25 June 2016.
  2. ^ Iran IRNA: Kashani on Right to Nuclear Technology - 10-14-05
  3. ^ BBC NEWS | Middle East | UK invited attacks - Iran cleric
  4. ^ FarsiNet News - News related to Iran, Iranians and Persians - June 1998

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