Khamenei family

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Imam Sajjad at Al-Baqi' in Mecca, that Khamenei's family tree is connected to him
Seyyed Ali Khamenei --supreme leader of Iran-- among the known religious/political members of Khamenei family

Khamenei Family (Persian: خاندان خامنه ای) is among the Iranian Sayyid families[1][2][3] whose lineage is connected to the fourth Imam of Shia Islam, Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidin (Persian/Arabic: علی بن حسین، زین العابدین) (known as "Imam Sajjad")[4][5][6][7]-- according to "Khamenei family tree".[8][9][10] Their dwelling place(s) were/are in Azerbaijan (Iran), Najaf,[11] Tafresh,[12] etc.

Supreme leader of Iran, Seyyed Ali Khamenei[13][14] is among the most known individuals of "Khamenei dynasty", and is originally regarded as Iranian Azeri;[15] His descent is also known as "Sadat-e Hosseini", too, that is likewise joined to the third Shia Imam, Hussain ibn Ali.[5][16] An Al-Manar TV documentary revealed in March 2020 claims that Khamenei is the 38th descendant of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.[17]

Seyyed Ali Khamenei's father was Seyyed Javad Khamenei,[13][18][19][20][21] and his grandfather was Seyyed Hussein[22] who has been burried in Najaf, Iraq (in Wadi-us-Salaam cemetery);[23] and is the son of Seyyed Mohammad. Seyyed Ali's higher grandfather is Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini Tafresshi, who is considered among the Sayyids of Aftasi, whose family tree is connected to "Sultan-al-Ulama Ahmad" (also known as Seyyed Ahmad).[24]

"Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini Tafreshi Khameneiye Tabrizi" (Persian: سید محمد حسینی تفرشی خامنه‌ای تبریزی) is the son of Seyyed Mohamad Taghi, son of Mirza Ali-Akbar son of "Seyyed Fakhr-al-Din Tafreshi"; the relatives of Seyyed Fakhr-al-Din (Mir-Fakhra) are known as Mir-Fakhrayi.[25]

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