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Islamic Society of Engineers

Islamic Society of Engineers
جامعهٔ اسلامی مهندسین
Secretary Mohammad Reza Bahonar
Deputy Secretary Mohammad Ardakani
President Hamid Reza Katouzian
Founded 21 December 1988
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Ideology Islamic democracy
Social conservatism
Political position Right-wing to Far-right
National affiliation Alliance of Builders
Colors Yellow
Politics of Iran
Political parties

The Islamic Society of Engineers (Iran, and a former member of the conservative Alliance of Builders of Islamic Iran.

The Society was formed at the end of the Iran–Iraq War (1988) with the objective of "elevating the Islamic, political, scientific and technical knowledge of the Muslim people of Iran, defending major freedoms such as freedom of expression and gatherings, as well as continued campaign against foreign cultural agents whether Eastern or Western materialism."

Famous members of the society include Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the sixth President of Iran, Mohammad Reza Bahonar, Secretary General of the society and the first Deputy Speaker of Parliament, and Morteza Nabavi, Deputy Secretary General of the society and a member of Expediency Discernment Council.

While Ahmadinejad is a member of the society, the society did not support him for the Iranian presidential election of 2005 which led to Ahmadinejad's election in the second round, but supported Ali Larijani instead. In 2009 election, Islamic Society of Engineers supported Mohsen Rezaee as a candidate outside of the party. Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf was the party's candidate in the 2013 election.

External links

  •'s profile of ISE
  • Hamshahri's report from the general congress of the Islamic Society of Engineers (in Persian)
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