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I think in the Prophet's s days anyone that tried to revolt against the Islamic state he made would get the death penalty. I wonder what Iran will do with him, but I think they might let him go eventually because they don't want to create fitnah between the Shi'as. Ok so say you are the chief of police. And i say the chief of police is a tyrant You make zero sense here man
Sadiq Hussaini Shirazi
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He is a senior cleric in the Qom Seminary in Iran. Shirazi's lectures are broadcast in Persian and Arabic with English subtitles on 18 television channels and three radio stations across the Muslim world. Sadiq Shirazi was born in Karbala , Iraq , on 20 August He is part of the Shirazi family, one of several transnational clerical families which dominate the " Shi'ite worlds". His great-grandfather was Mirza Shirazi , known for leading the Tobacco Protest , and his uncle was Muhammad Taqi Shirazi, leader of the Iraqi revolt against the British. Mohammad's six sons and Sadiq's four sons are mujtahids who play a key role in spreading the group's teachings, especially through the Internet and new media. Some figures in the Shirazi school favour the separation of mosque and state, while others are not against the velayat-e faqih in principle, but oppose how Khomeini and Khamenei have corrupted the concept by concentrating all state control in a supreme leader who is virtually impossible to remove from power.
Mohammad al-Husayni al-Shirazi
Other members of the Shirazi family are Grand Ayatollah Mirza Hassan Shirazi , leader of Iran's constitutional movement, also known as the Tobacco Movement , a successful boycott of the British tobacco monopoly, and Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Taqi Shirazi, leader of the revolution in Iraq. He was subsequently able to assume the office of the Marje' at the early age of 33 in In he was exiled from Iraq to Lebanon by the Ba'thist regime.
I was just reading that Iran wanted to arrest Ayatollah Shirazi for criticings Wilayat al-Faqih in a lecture. I am having a hard time understanding why this happened and what it all means in the big picture of things. I'm agree with his arrest.