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A 250 Years Old Person (Persian: انسان 250 ساله ) is a book by Ali Khamenei, supreme leader of Islamic Republic of Iran. It is a collection of lectures and writing of him. This book consists of 17 chapters.
A 250 Years Old Person Wikipedia
Ali Khamenei was born in July 1939 in Mashhad, Iran. He is an Iranian cleric and politician who was president from 1981 until 1988 and now is the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He studied Islamic courses at Qom under the dominant Shia Marja' and scholars such as Ruhollah Khomeini, founder of the Iranian Revolution.
A 250 Years Old Person is the collection of lectures and writings of the Ali Khamenei. It consists of 17 chapters. It starts with the life of Mohammad and ends with Hasan al-Askari, 11th Imam of Shia. The first three chapters are about the social and political situation of the Islamic Community, from the Day of Ashura to the spiritual leadership of Ja'far al-Sadiq. The main concepts of the book are the lifestyle of Imams and their aims in life. The period of 250 years is applied to the tenth Lunar Hijri year until the Minor Occultation. According to this book, Mohammad the prophet and the twelve Imams apparently had various methodologies in their lifestyles, but in whole they tried to reach one aim.
According to the Tasnim News Agency, Ahl Al-Bayt World Assembly stated that the text has been published for the second time in the United States. It has also been translated into French and Swahili. In March 2015, the book was translated into Urdu in Karachi by "Khana Farhang Iran".