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Marji' (Arabic: مرجع, transliteration: marjiʿ; plural: marājiʿ), also known as a marji' taqlīd (Arabic: مرجع تقليد) or marji' dīnī (Arabic: مرجع ديني), is a title given to the highest level of Twelver Shia authority. The Grand Ayatollah has power given by a hawzah to make legal decisions within Islamic law for followers and clerics.[1]

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  1. "موقع مکتب سماحة آیة الله العظمی السید محمد صادق الحسینی الروحانی (دام ظله) :: الصفحة الرئیسیة". Archived from the original on 2019-09-13. Retrieved 2020-04-24.