Iftikhār al-Tujjar

Iffat al-Zamān Amīn (1912 - 1977), also known as Iftikhār al-Tujjar, was a student and niece of Banu Amin, Iran's most prominent female religious scholar of the 20th century.[1]

Iffat al-Zamān Amīn received an ijazah of riwāya in Najaf from Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi, who served as the Head of Judiciary of the Islamic Republic of Iran 1999-2009.

Among her works is "chehel hadith-e amin" (forty hadith of Amin), also known as "hashtsad wa bist mou'ezeh".[2]

Iffat al-Zamān Amīn's father was Aḥmad Amīn, the brother of Nusrat Amin's husband and cousin, Haj Mirza, also known as Muīn al-Tujjar, (d. 1950s). She also had a great grand aunt who was a mujtaheda, Hāshimīyah al-Tujjar.[3]

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  1. ^ http://www.jahannews.com/vdciq5azzt1ary2.cbct.txt
  2. ^ http://noorportal.net/394/399/402/29493.aspx
  3. ^ Bāqirī Bīdʾhindī, Nāṣir. Bānū-yi nimūnah: gilwahāyī az ḥayāt-i bānū-yi mujtahidah Amīn Iṣfahānī, (Daftar-i Tablīqat-i Islāmī-yi Ḥawzah-yi ʿilmīyah-yi - Islamic Propagation Office of the Religious Seminaries Qom), Markaz-i Intishārāt, Qom 1382 [2003], p. 43.