Mohsen Araki

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Mohsen Araki
ReligionTwelver Shi'a Islam
Other namesمحسن اراکی
Senior posting
Based inIran Qom
WebsiteOfficial website

Mohsen Araki (Persian: محسن اراکی; Arabic: محسن الأراكي) is an Iranian scholar, cleric, university lecturer, and politician. He is a member of the Assembly of Experts in Iran, and a prominent Iranian scholar and one of the students of the Islamic thinker Mohammad Baqir al-Sadr.


He was born in Najaf, Iraq. He benefited from the Islamic seminary in Najaf and Qom. He speaks fluent Arabic and English and has authored dozens of books in Persian, Arabic, and English. He was the personal representative of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei (the Supreme Leader of Iran) in London and also the Head of the Islamic Centre of England until 2004.[1]


Causality and Freedom (Al-Tawhid, Volume 17, n.2, Spring 2003)

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