The renowned Lebanese Christian writer, George Jordac, who is mostly know for his "The Voice of Human Justice" about Imam Ali (AS), died in his home in Beirut on Wednesday at the age of 84, some Persian news websites announced on Thursday.
He began his writing career in 1950 as a journalist for the newspapers Al Anwar, Al Kifah Al Arabi and Al Qabas, and several magazines.
He wrote "The Voice of Human Justice" about the life, character, and attributes of Imam Ali (AS) in 1960. The book was then translated into English, Spanish, French and several other languages.
The book was translated into Persian in 1961.
Abouzar Ebrahimi Torkaman head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), in a message condolence the death of Lebanese Christian writer, George Jordac to all Lieberman and women around the world.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani offered his condolences over the death of Jordac in a message, which was published by some Persian news agencies on Friday.
"Mr. George Jordac was a prominent literary and cultural figure who spent over four decades of his life studying about Imam Ali (AS), and his books show his affection for the Shias first Imam," Larijani said.
"I offer my condolences over the death of this eminent scholar to his family, the dear people of Lebanon, unbigoted Christians, and literati. May his soul rest in perfect peace," he added.