Sayyed Hasan Alnemer - 31 / 1 / 2010 - 3:43 am

Sayyed Hasan Alnemer (b. 1963) was born in Alahssa, and is one of the prominent Shiite religious leaders in Saudi Arabia. He has a significant role in all Islamic, intellectual and instructive fields.

Alnemer joined a regular school since 1971 until 1980, then, he moved to Najaf, Iraq, to study Islamic sciences in its hawza. In the same year, he moved to Qum, Iran, and stayed there till 1994 through which he studied literature, logic, philosophy, ethics, Qur'anic sciences and Islamic jurisprudence. In 1994, he returned to Saudi Arabia to practice his role in religious guidance.

Sayyed Alnemer participated in publishing Taibah and AlMinbar magazines, and in establishing Ahlulbait International University in Qum. He, also, participated in many conferences of Islamic ideology in Tahran.

He published many books and researches; some of which are "Introductory Lesson in Hajj Provisions", "The Pilgrim's Islamic Jurisprudential Guide", "Freedom in the Logic of Qur'an", "Piety and the Righteous" and "Noble Qualities", besides a series of articles about the relationship between man and Qur'an which were published in Alwasat newspaper in Bahrain.

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