| سعید طوسی|
| Muhammed Gandomnejad Toosi|
Saeed Mortazavi, Sadeq Larijani, Gholam‑Hossein Mohseni‑Eje'i, Mir Saeid Marouflakrani, Hamed Shakernejad
Saeed Toosi (Persian: سعید طوسی Saʿīd Tusi; born Muhammed Gandomnejad Toosi, محمد گندمنژاد طوسی) is an Iranian prominent Qur'an reciter and teacher. He is winner of the several first prizes in both internationally and locally competitions, notably 1998 International Quran Recital Competition.
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In October 2016, VOA-PNN shed light on Toosi's case in which he accused of bache bazi or sexually abusing nineteen of his prepubescent Qur'an students over the past years (four plaintiffs are confirmed). It is unknown whether the charges could include homosexual rape, which could carry the death penalty.
The anonymous plaintiffs claim that complaints made through legal channels were covered up or ignored by the authorities in order to protect the reputation of Iranian regime.
Toosi issued a denial statement rejecting all of the claims, which he called “total lies”. The allegations were "aimed at discrediting the state’s religious foundations and its supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei," Toosi said. He stated he had never engaged in "such sins" and "actions incompatible with chastity."