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Ayatollah Mortheza Motahari's Work


Ayatollah Mortheza Motahhari was born in 1299 in Fariman, Khorasan Province. He was interested in learning from his childhood and had a great talent. When he was 12 years old, he learnt the preliminary  Islamic Sciences, logic, philosophy and Islamic jurisprudence in Mashhad.


A few years later Martyr Motahhari went to Qom and became familiar with Late Imam Khomeini(Rh). After coming to Tehran in 1959, professor Motahhari began his scientific and political controversy  with last Satan Regime, so he was arrested for his lecture against Shah in 1963. After that his name remained in the minds as one of the opponent of regime.


The awareness of young generation was an important aim of Martyr Motahhari and he has written so many books about it, including

“Dastan-e Rastan” which was introduced as the best book in 1965 by the International Organization of UNESCO.

This great professor also had a special role in the triumph of the Islamic Revolution, which was led by Late Imam Khomeini(Rh).


Finally the enemies of Islam martyred him in 1979. Therefore, the day of his martyrdom is called as “Teacher’s Day” to honored his memory and name.

There are many valuable books, which are written by this great professor, Martyr Mortheza

Motahhari, including:


1-Divine Justice

2-Repulsion and Attraction of Imam Ali (Pbuh)

3-A commentary on Nahj-ul Balaqah

4-Dastan-e Rastan

5-Mutual Services of Iran & Islam (in two volumes)

6-Islamic Movements in Recent Century

7-Imam Mahdi’s (Pbuh) Revolution from view point of History Philosophy

8-Principles of Philosophy & Realism

9-Ten Words

10-Twenty Words

11-Philosophical Essays


13-Revelation & Prophecy

14-Man & Faith

15-Man & Destiny

16- Woman’s Rights in Islam

17-The problem of Veil

18-Illiterate Prophet

19-End of Prophecy

20-Invisible relief in man’s life

21-Sun of Religion never set

22-Reasons of Materialism

Other Links:

Ayatollah Morteza Motahari"s Biography 

The Islamic Modest Dress: Ayatullah Murtaza Mutahhari 

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