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Rajab Ali Tabrizi

Rajab Ali Tabrizi (died in 1670) was an Iranian and Shiat philosopher and mystic of the 17th century. He was educated in the Sheikh Lotf Allah school.[1]


  • 1- Resaleh-ye
  • 2- "Al Osul ol Asfiyeh" or "Asl ol Osul".
  • 3- "A book in theology".
  • 4- "The interpretation of Ayatolkorsi"
  • 5- "The divine instructions"
  • 6- His book of poetry



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