Ali Shariati (23 November 1933 in Kahak - 19 Juin 1977 in Southampton, Ingland) wis an Iranian revolutionary an sociologist, who focused on the sociologie o releegion. He is held as ane o the maist influential Iranian intellectuals o the 20t century an haes been cried the 'ideologue o the Iranian Revolution'.
23 November 1933|
Kahak, Khorasan, Imperial State of Persia
19 Juin 1977 (aged 43)|
Southampton, Unitit Kinrick
|Hauf-marrae(s)||Pouran Shariat Razavi|
|Childer||Ehsan, Sousan, Sara and Mona|
- 30th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Islamic Republic (but he didn't accept the dominion of clergy), A Revolution Misunderstood. Charlotte Wiedemann
- Gheissari, Ali. 1998. Iranian Intellectuals in the Twentieth Century. Austin: University of Texas Press.
- Abrahamian, Ervand. 1993. ‘Ali Shariati: ideologue of the Iranian revolution’. In Edmund Burke and Ira Lapidus (eds.), Islam, politics, and social movements. Los Angeles: University of California Press. First published in MERIP Reports (January 1982): 25-28.