Memoirs of Hojat-ol-Eslam Val Moslemin Hosein Agha Alikhani



 

Hojat-ol-Eslam Val Moslemin Hosein Agha Alikhani was born in 1944(1323H.Sh) and after his elementary education he went to Qazvin seminary and allocated his life to self-purification and religious studies. In Qazvin, he, along with great teachers of that seminary, like His Excellency Seyyed Abol-Hasan Refiei Qazvini, became determined to propagate and enlighten people about the goals of Imam Khomeini’s movement. For this very reason of revolutionary and enlightening activities, on 23 December 1975(3rd of Day 1354 H.SH) he, along with a group of revolutionaries were arrested in Qazvin. On 24 October 1978(3rd of Aban 1357 H.SH), he was released from prison and till the victory of the Islamic revolution, put his efforts into organizing revolutionary activities. His Excellency, after the victory of the Islamic revolution, has been serving the holy system of the Islamic republic in various positions.



 
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