Biography

 1. The blessed birth

His eminence Grand Ayatollah Duzduzani son of Haj Abdolhamid was born in the year 1314 S.H. in the city of Tabriz, Iran into a religious family. His father was a religious and beneficent merchant in Tabriz city. His ancestors had immigrated to Tabriz city from Duzduzan village about 70 kilometers East of Tabriz before they dwelt in this city.

 

2. Primary education

His eminence attended Maktab (a kind of elementary school in old days of iran) to learn Arabic and Persian literacy in the year 1322 SH. His eminence learned Moghaddamat from late Haj Mir Mahmoud Aga who was a noted man in Tabriz city and late Aga Mirza Farajollah, then to receive higher education his eminence attended Hassan Pasha seminary (it is located in the Saheb-ol-Amr -as - Square). After a while, he achieved renown for his eagerness to learn literature and religious sciences amongst his fellow classmates. Afterwards, his eminence attended Talebie seminary (located in Masjid Jamehof Tabriz) to receive education from other teachers and he completed Sat’h courses -Mantegh, Usul and Lamatein:Sharhallam'a-d-Dimashqiya (English: Interpreting the Damascene Glitter) volumes 1 & 2 by Shahid Al-Thani- at the time. His eminence took part in classes of great teachers such as Late Haj Mirza Ali Asgar Baghmeshei, late Haj Mirza Ali Asghar Akhijahani, late Haj Seyyed Reza Marandi and late Mirza Abolfazl Sarabi.

 

3. Immigration to Qom

His eminence immigrated to Qom to complete his education in the year 1332 SH when he was less than 18 years old. He keenly finished the Sath courses under the supervision of great teachers such as late Ayatollah Haj Mirza Mojahed Tabrizi.

 

4. Higher education

After performing the Hajj and going on pilgrimage to Atabat-e-Aliat (Iraq) in the year 1337 SH, Grand Ayatollah Duzduzani started taking the Kharij courses under the supervision of great teachers of that time. He attended the late Grand Ayatollah Boroujerdi's Kharij course and shortly after Grand Ayatollah Boroujerdi passed away his eminence attended the great leader of Islamic revolution Grand Ayatollah Khomeini's Usul course which had been holding in Salmasi Masjid for a while. Then his eminence took part in late Grand Ayatollah Shariatmadari's Kharij-e-Fiqh and Usul classes. His eminence was one of the outstanding and distinguished students of that late blessed man and he had done almost a complete Fiqh and Usul course for 25 years with that great teacher (Grand Ayatollah Shariatmadari). His eminence also benefited from Grand Ayatollah Golpaygani's Kharij course. Finally his eminence honored through receiving Revaii authorization from Grand Ayatollahs Shariatmadari and Golpaygani(may Allah be pleased with them).

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Estefta'at

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1. The best religious practice

Question: What is the best religious practice, in your eminence opinion?

Answer: As it has been narrated in some Hadith-s, saying prayer is the best practice after gaining knowledge of God.

 

2. The Ibtidai Jihad

Question: Is the Ibtidai Jihad (A kind of Jihad to promulgate the religion of Islam through countries which are not enemies of Islamic countries) permissible?

Answer: Its not permissible, in our opinion.

 

3. The Mu'ataati marriage

Question: Is the Mu'ataati marriage (a kind of unofficial marriage that the Sigheh is not verbally approved by the parties) recognizable?

Answer: Marriage needs to be approved verbally and the Mu'ataati one is not recognizable.

 

4. Revealing a secret

Question: Please say about permissible cases for revealing secrets?

Answer: Revealing other's secret is Haraam unless something important involves. For example, if the secret is not revealed, the life of a believer will be put in danger.

 

5. Saying prayer in Karbala

Question: What is your opinion about whether saying daily prayers completely or incompletely in the holy city of Karbala, or around the holy shrine, or in Koufa Masjid?

Answer: The traveler needs to say prayer incomplete in the holy city of Karbala, but around the holy shrine of his holiness Imam Hussein (A) (within two and half meters from the holy enshrine) and the whole Koufa Masjid the traveler is at liberty to say prayer complete or incomplete.

 

6. Wozu (performing ablutions before saying prayer) with the remnant of pen on skin

Question: Do the remnants of pen on hands’ skin invalidate the Wozu?

Answer: No, it doesn’t unless they prevent the water from reaching to body's skin.

 

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