Mohammad Amini at the Delft University of Technology (Nov. 2016) -- Photo: PDN
Ahmad Kasravi (1890-1946) was one of the most famous outspoken critics of Islam in 20th-century Persia [Iran]. He was killed in 1946 by an extremist Shia group named "Devoters of Islam" in Tehran. Seventy years after his assassination, the historian Mohammad Amini has written a book about Kasravi's life and ideas.
Amini's book entitled "The Time and Life of Ahmad Kasravi" is recently published by Ketab Corp. in Los Angeles. The 590-page book is written in Persian and contains five main chapters on different eras of Kasravi's life.