The Center of Mosque Studies - The program will be organized on August 31 at the Islamic center on the occasion of Eid Al-Qadir.
A Swedish translation of the book, recently published by Me’raj Publications, will be discussed at the seminar, which will be held in Swedish language.
George Jordac was a Christian author from Lebanon who in his own words spent four decades “researching and studying Ali”. The results of his research are a few volumes of books about Imam Ali (AS).
The Voice of Human Justice, a book written in Arabic by George Jordac, is a biography of Ali ibn Abi Talib (AS). The contents of the book were drawn from the Nahj al-Balagha of the Imam.
The book depicts the personality of Imam Ali (AS). It also analyses his character. According to Jordac, Nahj al-Balagha has implications relating to socio-economic justice. The first edition of the Arabic version was published in 1956. Since then, the book has been translated in various languages like English, Spanish, French, and Persian.
It was written in five volumes with the following titles:
Ali and Human Rights, Ali and the French Revolution, Ali and Socrates, Ali and his life, and Ali and ethnicity Arabic.