Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Farahi
Ayatollah Seyed Ali Farah
Ayatollah Seyed Ali Farahi (1334 AH- ) is an Iranian religious scholar.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Farhi Araki was born in 1333 AH to a pious mother from a respectable family and a noble father named Seyyed Nuruddin, from the Seyed community of Kororud, lying at a distance of about one kilometer from Arak. This community belongs to Sadat Hosseini, whose lineage goes back to Imam Zain al-Abidin(AS), the beloved son of Imam Hussein(AS). He Studied Religious sciences in Qom and Arak.
At the age of twenty-two, Farahi became the son-in-law of Grand Ayatollah Araki, marrying his eldest daughter and having three sons and two daughters. Three years later, as a result of anti-Pahlavi political actions, especially along with the influential Ayatollah Haj Agha Mohsen Araki, who was acting against the anti-Islamic plans of the Britishers, Farahi was arrested by Reza Khan and thus imprisoned very early in his youth, spending more than a year under various tortures of the prison.
Books[edit | edit source]
- Tahqeeq dar Fiqhe Islami (Research in Islamic jurisprudence), Imam Sadiq University, Tehran, 2011
A study of Imam Hussain's movement[edit | edit source]
In his book "A Study of Imam Hussein's (AS) Movement," Ayatollah Farahi explores the Ashura event, especially the fundamental issue of the caliphate, caliphs, and its profound and comprehensive impact. According to him, in addition to the political, social, human, and historical aspects, Imam Hussein's (AS) movement also has a jurisprudential part by paying attention to the issue of Jihad; The same Jihad that he was sure would lead to martyrdom. Ayatollah Farahi also explains the nature and cause of Imam's movement from various aspects, the preparatory and shaping grounds for the uprising, the dimensions of the Islamic Caliphate and Islamic Society, and finally, the practical and scientific results of the movement, which sheds light on the revolutionary transformation of Muslim society.