Claims of sexual abuse of detained protesters are sheer liesIranian leader denies abuse claims Aug 12, 2009
It is a sample of your position in today's world and your failure is originated from ailing diplomacy of America and general hate towards themLarijani blasts U.S., French officials Aug 13, 2009
Based on parliament's investigations, detainees have not been raped or sexually abused in Iran's Kahrizak and Evin prisonsKarroubi claims inmates tortured to death Aug 14, 2009
If you keep up this ludicrous carrot and stick policy, Iran will make 'new arrangements' in its interaction with the agencyIran official slams 'political chicanery' Nov 29, 2009
Even if U.S. President Barack Obama dares to repeat threats of tougher sanction against us as much as 10 times, we will still be determined to pursue our enrichment program, but with a much faster paceIran: Criticism will spur nuke program Feb 13, 2010
Ali Ardashir Larijani (Persian: علی اردشیر لاریجانی; born 1 January 1958 in Najaf, Iraq) iranin born Amol is an Iranian philosopher, politician and the chairman of the Iranian parliament. Larijani was the secretary of the Supreme National Security Council from August 15, 2005 to October 20, 2007, appointed to the position by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, replacing Hassan Rowhani. Acceptance of Larijani's resignation from the secretary position was announced on October 20, 2007 by Gholamhossein Elham, the Iranian government's spokesman, mentioning that his previous resignations were turned down by President Ahmadinejad.
Larijani is one of the two representatives of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei to the council, the other being Hassan Rowhani. In his post as secretary he effectively functioned as the top negotiator on issues of national security, including Iran's nuclear program.
Ali Larijani was born on 1 January 1958 in Najaf, Iraq. His father, Ayatollah Hashemi Amoli was an ayatollah that works in Najaf after was exiled by Mohammad Reza Shah. They moved to Iran after Iranian Revolution in 1979.