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1   Link   Ayatollah Al-khamenai
Holy city of Qom, Iran
E-mail: istiftaa@wilayah.org
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2   Link   Ayatollah Husseini Al-Sistani
Al-Moallim Street, Iran
E-mail: sistani@sistani.org
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3   Link   Ayatollah Mohammad Taqi Modarresi
Tehran,Iran
545
4   Link   Ayatollah Al-Mirza Jawad Al-Tabrizi

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5   Link   Ayatollah sheikh Nasser Makarem Shirazi
Amiralmomenin School,Shohada St,Qom,Iran.
E-mail: makarem@makaremshirazi.org
542
6   Link   Ayatollah Sadeq Shirazi
Syria,Damascus
E-mail:istftaa@alshirazi.com
626
7   Link   Ayatollah sheikh Jaafar Al-Sbhani
566
8   Link   Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Al-Shahrodi
E-mail: feqh@islamicfeqh.org
637
9   Link   Ayatollah sheikh Fadel Al-Lankrani
546
10   Link   Ayatollah Mohammad Baqer Al-Hakim

563
11   Link   Ayatollah sheikh Mohammad Taqi Misbah Al-Yazdi

689
12   Link   Ayatollah Sayed Mohammad Said Al-Hakim
525
13   Link   Sheikh Hassan Al-Safar
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The eastern region - Alqtif 31911
Post box: 1322
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Ignaz Goldziher on Imam Husain

(1850-1921) Famous Hungarian orientalist scholar.

q       "Ever since the black day of Karbala, the history of this family … has been a continuous series of sufferings and persecutions.  These are narrated in poetry and prose, in a richly cultivated literature of martyrologies - a Shi'i specialty - and form the theme of Shi'i gatherings in the first third of the month of Muharram, whose tenth day ('ashura) is kept as the anniversary of the tragedy at Karbala.  Scenes of that tragedy are also presented on this day of commemmoration in dramatic form (ta'ziya).  'Our feast days are our assemblies of mourning.' So concludes a poem by a prince of Shi'i disposition recalling the many mihan of the Prophet's family.  Weeping and lamentation over the evils and persecutions suffered by the 'Alid family, and mourning for its martyrs: these are things from which loyal supporters of the cause cannot cease.  'More touching than the tears of the Shi'is' has even become an Arabic proverb."

[Introduction to Islamic Theology and Law, Princeton, 1981, p. 179]