Sheikh Fazlollah Noori Birthday, Date of Birth

Sheikh Fazlollah Noori

Sheikh Fazlollah Nouri (Persian: شیخ فضل‌الله نوری; also Hajj Sheikh Fazlollah Nouri Tabarsi, Sheikh Nouri; 24 December 1843 in Mazandaran – 31 July 1909 in Tehran) was a prominent Shia Muslim cleric in Qajar Iran during the late 19th and early 20th century and founder of political Islam in Iran. Despite his sympathy with the Iranian Constitutional Revolution in the beginning for its opposition to tyranny and rule of law, he soon turned against it upon realizing that the movement established a Western-style government with secular law rather than a government with Islamic law. He was executed for treason by Constitutionalists as a result. Today he is considered a martyr (shahid) in the fight against democracy by Islamic conservatives in Iran.

Noori opposed the constitutional movement and an elected parliament as a danger to Islam, separating religion and state, and colonial intervention in the affairs of Qajar Iran.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Monday, January 1, 1844
Place of Birth
Lashak
Age
177
Star Sign

The January 1, 1844 was a Monday under the star sign of . It was the 0 day of the year. President of the United States was John Tyler.

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1st of January 1844 News

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