Ali ibn Mahziar Ahwazi, who in the third century. He has been a follower of jurisprudents, scholars and famous scholars of Shi'a, from the companions of Imam Reza (AS), Imam Jawad (as), Imam Hadi (as), and Imam Hasan Askari (AS), and he has taught religious doctrines to them. Some areas, especially in Ahwaz, have been their representative.
Ali ibn Mahziar was a resident of Drokh (today's Shadegan) who later settled in Ahwaz. His birthplace is in the Andijan region, but given that in the third century AD, Hendijan was a dictator of the city, therefore he was introduced as a Dwarf.
His father had a religious religion and then became a Muslim, and Ali was also a follower of his father in a Muslim adolescence. According to some of his traditions, Imam Hasan Askari (AS) died during the time. According to historical narrations, when the caliph al-Ma'mun Caliph ordered the Imam (as) to escort him to Medina after his visit to Khorasan, Imam (AS) entered Ahwaz on the 16th day of the year, 2017, and several days later The city stopped.
Imam (AS) was later established as a mosque called the mosque of al-Reza (AS), which Ali ibn Mehshiar was ordered to burial after his death in the mosque. In the western part of the mosque, there is a steeple that is probably the same as the mosque mentioned.
According to some narrations he died at the time of Hasan Askari. According to historical narrations, when the caliph al-Ma'mun Caliph ordered that Ali ibn Musa al-Reza, as his crown prince, travels to Madhya Pradesh to Khorasan, Ali ibn Musa al-Reza, on the 16th day of his journey, is zero in 201h. Ah arrived in Ahvaz and stopped for a few days in this city. Later, at the residence of the Imam, a mosque called Masjid-e-Reza was set up, which Aliabon Mahzir had made after his death, he was buried in the mosque. In the western part of the mosque, there is a steeple that is probably the same as the mosque mentioned.
He was succeeded by Ali ibn Musa al-Reza, the successor to Abdullah bin Jandab, the lawyer of Imam Ja'far Sadiq and Imam Musa Kazem, and received testimony from Imam Mohammad Taghi and Imam Hadi.
Nowadays there are several cultural programs in the gardens that have been created with regard to amenities, a crowd of 15-20 thousand people in each ceremony, and this mosque as a great cultural center for the people of Ahwaz Has come in