Ali Larijani Diplomat
Ali Ardashir Larijani (Persian: علی اردشیر آملی لاریجانی; born 3 June 1958) is an Iranian philosopher, politician and the current chairman of the Parliament of Iran. Larijani was the Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council from August 15, 2005 to October 20, 2007, appointed to the position by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, replacing Hassan Rowhani. Acceptance of Larijani's resignation from the secretary position was announced on October 20, 2007 by Gholamhossein Elham, the Iranian government's spokesman, mentioning that his previous resignations were turned down by President Ahmadinejad. Larijani is one of the two representatives of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei to the council, the other being Hassan Rowhani. In his post as secretary he effectively functioned as the top negotiator on issues of national security, including Iran's nuclear program. Larijani was born on 3 June 1958 in Najaf, Iraq. His father, Ayatollah Mirza Hashemi Amoli was an ayatollah that worked in Najaf after being exiled by Mohammad Reza Shah. They moved to Iran after the Iranian Revolution in 1979. Dr. Larijani graduated with a B.Sc.
1. Sharif University of Technology Colleges/University
Sharif University of Technology (SUT) (Persian: دانشگاه صنعتی شریف Dāneshgāh-e San'ati-ye Sharif) is a university of higher education in technology, engineering and physical sciences in Tehran. Sharif University of Technology is one of the most prestigious universities in Iran. Sharif is one of the best engineering schools in the Middle-East and many outstanding students attempt to pursue their academic activities at Sharif. The university is located in the Tarasht neighborhood of Tehran within walking distance of Azadi Square, and has an international campus in Kish, a resort island in the Persian Gulf.
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2. University of Tehran Colleges/University
The University of Tehran (Persian: دانشگاه تهران), also known as Tehran University and UT, is Iran's oldest and most prestigious university. Based on its historical, socio-cultural and political pedigree, as well as its research and teaching profile, UT has been nicknamed "The mother university of Iran" (Persian: دانشگاه مادر). It is almost always ranked as the best university in Iran in national and international rankings. It is also the premier knowledge producing institute among all OIC countries. The university offers 111 bachelor degree programs, 177 masters' degree programs, and 156 Ph.D. programs. Many of the departments were absorbed into the University of Tehran from the Dar al-Funun established in 1851 and the Tehran School of Political Sciences established in 1899.
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3. Haghani Circle Educational Institution
Haghani school (also Haqqani) is a Shi'i school of thought in Iran by a group of hardliner right-wing clerics based in the holy city of Qom and headed by Ayatollah Mohammad Taghi Mesbah Yazdi, an influential theologian. The Haghani Circle has its origin in the Haghani seminary, founded in 1964, which previously had been called Muntashiriya. After two of the leading members of the circle were assassinated (Ayatollahs Qodousi and Beheshti), the hawza changed its name to Shahidayn Seminary (Martyr Seminary).
Islamic Society of Engineers
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The Islamic Society of Engineers or ISE, is a political organization in Iran, and a former member of the conservative Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran. The Society was formed at the end of the Iran–Iraq War with the objective of "elevating the Islamic, political, scientific and technical knowledge of the Muslim people of Iran, defending major freedoms such as freedom of expression and gatherings, as well as continued campaign against foreign cultural agents whether Eastern or Western materialism." Famous members of the society include Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the sixth President of Iran, Mohammad Reza Bahonar, Secretary General of the society and the first Deputy Speaker of Parliament, and Morteza Nabavi, Deputy Secretary General of the society and a member of Expediency Discernment Council. While Ahmadinejad is a member of the society, the society did not support him for the Iranian presidential election of 2005 which led to Ahmadinejad's election in the second round, but supported Ali Larijani instead. In 2009 election, Islamic Society of Engineers supported Mohsen Rezaee as a candidate outside of the party. Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf was the party's candidate in the 2013 election.