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  Ali Shariati - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ali Shariati was born in 1933 in Mazinan, a suburb of Sabzevar, Iran, and his father was a progressive nationalist preacher and Islamic scholar who would later participate in his son's political movements.
Shariati is considered to be one of the most influential philosophical leaders of pre-revolutionary Iran and the impact and popularity of his thought continues to be felt throughout Iranian society many years later.
Ali Shariati and the Istehmar Theory by Tarek Heggy
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ali_Shariati   (648 words)

  
 A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE THOUGHT OF `ALI SHARI`ATI
Shariati believed that Islamic societies were suffering from internal and external oppression, that revolution was the only alternative left for effecting change, and that ideology was the main tool for mobilizing society.
Shariati argues that the Iranian people must stop passively moaning about their lot and start analyzing their condition using ideological and scientific methodology, so as to discover the principles that are catalysts for change.
Shariati here displays both a Marxist predilection for the revolutionary vanguard and the influence of elitist Shi`a and Sufi thought in which there is always a contrast between the "enlightened" and initiated minority (khassa, uqal, mujtahids) that hold the esoteric knowledge, and the rather despised and ignorant masses (`amma, juhal).
www.angelfire.com /az/rescon/ALSHAR.html   (3747 words)

  
 Fatima is Fatima   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ali Shariati's Fatima is Fatima (part xiii) The change from the traditional type of 'mother' to the new type of 'daughter' is inevitable.
Ali Shariati Excerpts Fatima is Fatima (part xiv) There are three well-known methods of problem solving: Conservatism: is the method of approach used by the traditionalists and guardians of Traditions.
Ali Shariati Fatima is Fatima (xv) The particular method of the Prophet stemming from his traditions.
www.shia.org /fatima.html   (7128 words)

  
 Dr.Shariati   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Shariati, an honor student, received his doctorate in sociology in 1964 from Sorbonne University.
Shariati studied and experienced many philosophical, theological and social schools of thought with an Islamic view.
Shariati constantly fought to create humanitarian values in the young generation, a generation whose values have been defaced with the help of the most scientific and technical methods.
www.irib.ir /Occasions/shariati/shariatiEN.HTM   (672 words)

  
 Critical mind
Ali Shariati (1933-1977), who wrote and published his works before the downfall of the Shah of Iran, is one of the most prominent Iranian thinkers of the twentieth century.
Contrary to what Dr. Shariati thinks, it is my belief that the intellectual spirit that was born during the Renaissance, and the political, societal and cultural values that prevailed in the West, brought democracy into being and did away despotism, creating an environment in which scientific, material and economic progress could be achieved.
Shariati, however, believes that values and morals are a prerogative of the backward East, whilst material distinction alone prevails in the West.
www.heggy.org /ali.htm   (557 words)

  
 Shariati political bio published in Turkey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Shariati’s poetry depicts the suffering one experiences when involved in politics or love, he added.
Shariati was a Muslim sociologist who sought to explain the problems of Muslim societies in light of Islamic principles and often discussed his ideas with his students.
Shariati wrote many books, and in all his writings he tried to present a clear and genuine picture of Islam.
www.mehrnews.com /en/NewsDetail.aspx?NewsID=362670   (199 words)

  
 Dr. Ali Shariati: Fatima is Fatima
The house of the Prophet was the house of Fatima.
Ali was still a child of no more than a few years, living in the house of the Prophet, drowned in his kindness and his greatness.
Ali looked upon her as a friend, a friend who was familiar with his pains and his great aspirations.
iranchamber.com /personalities/ashariati/works/fatima_is_fatima5.php   (8581 words)

  
 National Review Online (http://www.nationalreview.com)
Had Said and Shariati looked around them they would have seen that virtually the whole of the cultural and literary revival that Muslim nations experienced from the middle of the 19th century onwards was a result of Westernization.
Shariati was influenced by Fanon and Gurovitch while Said was inspired by Anderson and Milliband.
Shariati and Said adopted the Western culture of nationalism as the basis of their Manichean view of the world.
www.travelbrochuregraphics.com /extra/fiction_and_nonfiction.htm   (1130 words)

  
 polylog / themes / focus / Abbas Manoochehri: Critical Religious Reason. Ali Shari'ati on Religion, Philosophy and ...
Shari'ati, however, ads Rahman, is a member of the movement that has undertaken the second attempt to modernize Islam; the first attempt having been made in the time of Al-Ghazali (11th century CE).
Shari'ati considers religious tradition as the historical manifestation of a world-view that not only is antithetical to oppression, but provides the basis for theoretical and practical negation of oppression.
Ali Shari'ati was born in 1933 and was raised in a highly enlightened atmosphere.
them.polylog.org /4/fma-en.htm   (6351 words)

  
 BookRags: Ali Shariati Biography
Ali Shariati (1933-1977) has been called the "Ideologue of the Iranian Revolution." His reinterpretation of Islam in modern sociological categories prepared the way for the Islamic revival that shook Iran in 1979, attracting many young Muslims who had been alienated both from the traditional clergy and from Western culture.
Shariati was born in Mazinan, Khurasan, a small village in Eastern Iran, in 1933 and was educated by his father, Aqa Muhammad Taqi Shariati.
Shariati opposed blind traditionalism, citing the Koranic statement that "God does not change what is in a people until they change what is in themselves" (Sura 13, Aya 11).
www.bookrags.com /biography/ali-shariati   (1039 words)

  
 NETNDX Item Details
Ali Shariati is the quintessential example of why institutions and governments fear intellectuals.
Ali Rahnema's biography is probably a textbook example of how to write biography.

Dr Rahnema has given us an example of objective writing.

Shariati found himself trying to change Shia thoughts and beliefs into a dynamic revolutionary system -- not anti western, but true to Iranian culture and history and the problems of Iran, not regurgitated problems of the West.
www.netndx.com /viewazon_item.asp?item=1860641180   (397 words)

  
 The Visage of Prophet Mohammad - in Two Parts - Part Two - By: Dr. Ali Shariati
Ali Shariati was born in 1933 in Mazinan, a suburb of Mashhad, Iran.
It is a tragic record of history, and the fate of 'Ali (A) and his associates is the most tragic of all.
Proclamation that 'Ali (A) is the greatest and the most suitable person to take up the leadership can jeopardise and shake the base of unity attained with much effort in a tribal Beduin Arab society, which is the solitary hope that can guarantee the life of the young Ummah.
evans-experientialism.freewebspace.com /shariati03.htm   (5181 words)

  
 identity theory | social justice | suicide intellect by ali eteraz
Shariati says that martyrdom "is a death which is desired by our warrior, selected with all of the awareness, logic, reasoning, intelligence, understanding, consciousness and alertness that a human being has." Such are the words Shariati uses when describing Hussein, Son of Ali, Grandson of Muhammad, the founder of Islam.
Shariati says, "When we say Iqbal was a reformer or that the great thinkers after Sayyid Jamal are known for being the greatest reformers of the century in the world, it is not in the sense that they supported gradual and external change in society.
Shariati expresses this idea by way of "till eternity, zeroes." There is God and there is no me. But by implication that means that I am within God.
www.identitytheory.com /social/eteraz_suicide.php   (1609 words)

  
 Iran's Ali Shariati: Intellectual in the Box
Shariati and his followers sold a second hand car to the people of Iran with a high price, concealing the defective motor and rotten body of it.
Ali Shariati and the people like him, created a version of Islam that did not exist and sold it to the youngsters of Iran.
Ali Shariati and people like him are responsible for wasting the time and energy of several generations in Iran.
www.payvand.com /news/03/jun/1166.html   (1727 words)

  
 Article: Humanity and the People Power: A Tribute to Dr. Ali Shariati   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Shariati would be among these exceptions, whose experience and narrative in this regard have touched many a modern, educated Muslims of the pre-revolutionary period of Iran.
The idea of "mass" as enunciated by Dr. Shariati in light of Islam and the Qur’an is indeed most powerful as it was manifested in the mass movement behind the revolution.
Shariati had a vision for the future that was partially delineated in his work A Glance at Tomorrow's History.
www.globalwebpost.com /farooqm/writings/islamic/ali_shariati.html   (3742 words)

  
 Gholam Ali Haddad-Adel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gholam Ali Haddad-Adel (غلامعلی حداد عادل in Persian) born in 1945 in Tehran, Iran, is the chairman of the Iranian Parliament.
He is a critic of Ali Shariati's viewpoints on Safavid Shiism, and promotes a conservative order active in culture and intellect.
After the Islamic Revolution which resulted in his membership in Islamic Republic Party, he has served in many governmental posts, including Vice Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Vice Minister of Education, the head of the Iranian Academy of Persian Language and Literature (until August 2004), and Executive Director of Islamic Encyclopedia Foundation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gholam_Ali_Haddad-Adel   (401 words)

  
 THE IRANIAN: Ali Shariati, Lawrence Reza Ershaghi
He was not the conventional religious thinker, but Dr. Ali Shariati was a deeply religious man and because of that he saw things with Islam in that day going in the wrong direction.
To be sure Ali Shariati would have rejoiced at the sight of the Islamic Revolution, but at same time would not have been satisfied with the course it took.
Shariati used to say that the relationship between [the clergy] and the people should be like the relationship between teacher and pupil - not between leader and follower, not between icon and imitator; the people are not monkeys who merely imitate."
www.iranian.com /Opinion/2003/February/Shariati   (1451 words)

  
 The Revealer: The Third Martyr   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Charismatic, handsome, and honest, Hussain was the son of Ali, the Fourth Caliph of Islam, and more importantly, the last grandson of the founder of Islam, the prophet Muhammad.
Shariati suggested that the martyrdom of Hussain to provide an "example" that Iranians could follow to overthrow the shah -- whom he likened to Yazid.
Ali Eteraz is a free-lance writer and a law student in Philadelphia.
www.therevealer.org /archives/revealing_000391.php   (1198 words)

  
 Iranian Personalities: Dr. Ali Shariati
li Shariati was born in 1933 in Mazinan, a suburb of Mashhad, Iran.
Shariati received his doctorate in sociology in 1964 from Sorbonne University.
Faced with the success of Dr. Shariati's courses, the Iranian police surrounded Houssein-e Ershad Institute, arrested many of his followers and thereby put an end to his activities.
www.iranchamber.com /personalities/ashariati/ali_shariati.php   (467 words)

  
 Ali Shariati - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ali Shariati (علی شریعتی in Persian) (1933 - June 19, 1977), the Iranian sociologist was born in Mazinan, a suburb of Mashhad, Iran.
His father was a progressive nationalist preacher, who would later participate in his movements.
Shariati is considered one of the most influential ideologic leaders of the Islamic Revolution of Iran.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /Ali_Shariati   (224 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Shariati on Shariati and the Muslim Woman: Who Was Ali Shariati? for Muslim Women: Woman in the Heart of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Part 2, Shariati's compelling advice for the Muslim woman to know what is to be done as she seeks out her identity, consists of four lectures/essays: Woman in the Heart of Muhammad, The Islamic Modest Dress, Expectations From the Muslim Woman and Fatima is Fatima.
Ali Shariati (1933-1977), a contemporary Muslim social activist, devoted his life to paving the way for the return to what he and those who followed him believed to be a non-distorted Islam.
Part Two, Shariati's compelling advice for the Muslim woman to know what is to be done as she seeks out her identity, consists of four lectures/essays of Shariati's view of the Muslim woman.
amazon.com /Shariati-Muslim-Woman-Muhammad-Expectations/dp/1871031508   (1089 words)

  
 Shariati - Persian Journal Article Latest Iran news & Iranian newspaper articles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Ali Shariati was responsible for deceiving the Iranian people and fabrication of things that never existed in Islam.
Ali Shariati pretended to write history of the Islamic thoughts and figures but in fact he was only writing down his own hallucinations.
The people of Iran were looking for a political and civil rights and the persons like Ali Shariati (Engineer Bazargan and those who call themselves the national-religious groups, but if fact their name itself is an oxymoron) directed towards a dangerous mirage.
www.iranian.ws /iran_news/publish/article_11080.shtml   (579 words)

  
 The Visage of Prophet Mohammad - By: Dr. Ali Shariati - in Two Parts - Part One
A great personage like Ali (A) said: "Whenever we found the situation to be grave, we used to take refuge in the Prophet of God and sought the shelter of his presence in order to feel safe and protected in his loving company".
When Ali (A) woke up they saw that his hair, his clothes and his face were covered with dust.
One of the characteristics of the Prophet (S) is described by Ali (A), who has minutely portrayed him and has given such exact physiognomical details about him that one can paint a portrait of the Prophet (S) according to them (he has portrayed his inner reflection and characteristics with words).
evans-experientialism.freewebspace.com /shariati02.htm   (6463 words)

  
 Dr. Ali Shariati: And Once Again Abu-Dhar
The people could see with their own eyes that a new regime and a young organization had come into being, between two aristocratic bases, in which there was no difference between ruler and ruled, commander and commanded, master and slave, and that all stood in one rank upon the threshold of God and justice.
The founder of this regime passed away and, with the dispossession of 'Ali and political manoeuvres, the first brick in the wall of the Caliphate was laid crooked.
'Ali, the image of piety and truth, became isolated and the enemies of Islam had found their way into the Caliphate organization and, like termites, they were eating away at Islam.
www.iranchamber.com /personalities/ashariati/works/once_again_abu_dhar1.php   (1865 words)

  
 In the Axis: A Blog From the Middle East With Brian Anthony: Dr. Ali Shariati
Shariati's father was a Muslim preacher, and the younger Shariati would take up the same profession.
Shariati was arrested multiple times during the Shah's era, and was finally killed in London in 1977.
Shariati's life-long intellectual struggle was quite amazing--his give and take with mysticism was especially fascinating to me, particularly given the socio-political environment of his times, as you mentioned.
www.readingeagle.com /blog/syria/archives/2005/11/dr_ali_shariati.html   (851 words)

  
 iranian.com: Kia Atri, Ali Shariati haunts the reform movement even today
The accepted wisdom on Ali Shariati is that he was a Muslim Reformist intellectual; he is even known as the Martin Luther of Shia Islam or the precursor of Islamic Protestantism.
Shariati was a friend of Fanon and even Fanon had smelled a rat when Shariati had talked about his Islamic return to oneself (another story another fallacy).
Shariati was not only aware of what he was doing but also needed to fabricate an alternative narrative for Islam in order to mobilise the masses to his political calling.
www.iranian.com /Atri/2005/December/Shariati/index.html   (2829 words)

  
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Among all the Iranian authors, Dr. Ali Shariati is the most prolific, seminal and unconventional, yet in terms of his ideas he is the least known.
Shariati's interpretation of Islam have unraveled many riddles and unveiled a faith with unlimited depth, precision, logic, activity, vitality, and simplicity.
The inspirations from his lectures, such as the present ones, were enough to travel underground, from heart to heart, and provide the necessary life and fuel for the fruition of the Islamic revolution.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/Lobby/2554/shariati.html   (7016 words)

  
 www.playandlearn.org
He describes the woman we could not see, the one we thought we knew but only after his guidance do we become aware of the fact that although we related each day directly to her spirit, she had been lost as a model for our daily lives.
This collection is the most reputed collection of Imam Ali a.s., which was compiled by Sayyid Radhi towards the 4th century of Hijra.
This mode of collection and compilation is in itself enough to convince an unbiased person that Sayyid Radhi's own style of writing or power of expression has nothing to do with it, but that he has confined himself to collecting Amirul Mumineen's utterances from various places and putting them together.
www.playandlearn.org /eBooks.asp?Type=eBooks&prt=none   (837 words)

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