Larijani


Larijani

Larijani may refer to any of three brothers all in Iranian politics:
* Ali Larijani, a member of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran
* Mohammad Javad Larijani, a mathematician and a former Majlis representative
* Sadegh Larijani, a cleric member of the Guardian Council


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