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    • Is Moses (A.S) Superior to Muhammad (PBUH)?
    • It is narrated from Imam Sadiq (A.S) that a Jew asked the holy prophet (PBUH): “Whether you are superior or the prophet Moses to whom God used to speak and had revealed Torah to him and ...
    • Doors of Knowledge of Ahl-ul-Bayt (A.S): part 2
    • Abu Baser: I said to Imam Kazim (A.S): I may be sacrificed to you, how is an Imam recognized? He replied: By certain characteristics.The first of them is that there has already been a reference to him by his father, so that ...
    • The Holy Shrine of Hazrat Abdul Azim Hassani (A.S): part2
    • After the victory of the Islamic Revolution there has been great increase in the numbers of pilgrims visiting the holy and the need for the creation of more pilgrimage spaces, welfare and cultural facilities for the pilgrims was greatly felt. With the ...
    • Abdul Azim al Hassani (A.S)’s Biography
    • His prosperous birth was in 173(Lunar Hegira) in the sacred city of Medina and his 79 fruitful years of life was simultaneous with the periods of four immaculate Imams i.e. Imam Mussa Kazem(A.S),Imam Reza(A.S),Imam ...
    • Advice of Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S) to Zakaria ibn Ibrahim
    • Zakaria, the son of Ibrahim, was a Christian. Later he converted to Islam and had the honour of meeting Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S). He told Imam (A.S) “My mother is a Christian and she is old and blind.” The Imam advised him, ...
    • Dispersal of Gems (Part 3)
    • A friend is tested through three matters. If he does them then he is a true friend, otherwise he is false. You should ask him for some money, deposit some money with him, and ...
    • Dispersal of Gems (Part 2)
    • Favors will not remain unless three characters are enjoyed: knowledge of matters that is incumbent for Allah the Praised in regard to the favors, showing ...
    • Dispersal of Gems (Part 1)
    • Some of the Shias name the following words of Imam Jafar Sadiq (A.S) as Dispersal of Gems: 1- Inconsiderate judgment causes discrepancy, criticism causes enmity, lack of tolerance causes scandal, divulgement of secrets causes ...
    • THE PROPHET (PBUH) A WITNESS OF GOD FOR PEOPLE (Part 2)
    • It is up to the people to follow the great Prophet (PBUH) closely and learn what the Holy Qur’an taught him. In this way people could arrive at the worldly prosperity and could benefit abundance in the Hereafter. In doing this, they could ...
    • The Splendor of the prophet of Islam (Part 3)
    • Historians have clearly discerned in all dimensions of his person great spiritual energy and power, together with all the other qualities that are fitting in a great leader sent by heaven. No researcher or scholar can claim that the Prophet, ...
    • The Splendor of the prophet of Islam (Part 1)
    • Previous Prophets mentioned some of the characteristics of the Prophet of Islam in their heavenly books, giving their followers the glad tidings of his future appearance. As the Qur’an says: ...
    • The Meritorious Lady
    • She was born in Medina on the 5th of the month of Jamadi al-Awwal in the 6th year of the Hijra. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was overjoyed at the birth of his first grand daughter and named her Zainab, which means ...
    • The Examples of Lady Zainab and Lady Sakina
    • Lady Zainab, daughter of Imam Ali (peace be upon them both): For those who know the story and events of Karbala and Ashura, a few seconds of thought about what the name Zainab means to us can go something along the lines of ...
    • In the Tears of Zainab
    • The six month old Ali Asghar, The pierced throat, The empty cradle In the tears of Zainab, TThe Ambushed Aun and Mohammad, The grandsons of Jafar, The brothers, ...
    • The Mother of Her Sons (Part 2)
    • Lady Ummul Baneen loved the Prophets family more than she loved her own sons. When news of the heart-breaking events of Karbala reached her, she did not ask about the fate of her four sons first and instead said, ...
    • The Mother of Her Sons (Part 1)
    • Throughout Islamic history, only a handful of women have emerged as models of perfect womanhood in all legitimate social and religious domains. In addition to the four leading women of world – Ladies ...
    • A role model for authorities of Islamic societies
    • The best model for the rulers of Islamic societies is the Holy Prophet (PBUH) of Islam. All deeds and acts of the Holy Prophet of Islam were for the sake of Allah. He did not do anything in his life except ...
    • Our Deeds must be merely for the pleasure of God
    • The Commander of the Faithful, Ali bin Abi Talib, tried to follow the example of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) of Islam in his personal and social life, both as an individual and as a ruler. Prophet Muhammad is the perfect servant God. Because Imam Ali ...
    • A Righteous servant of God
    • If we purify our deed and creed for the sake of God, definitely it will help us achieve our goals in this world and in the afterworld. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) of Islam is ...
    • Sincerity of deeds is the key to salvation
    • One of the key personality traits of Imam Ali (PBUH) is sincerity. Sincerity in essence means purity of intention against polytheism, hypocrisy, and sensual desires on the one hand and ...
    • Divine Providence Prepares the Grounds for Savior of Mankind
    • Imam Hadi, God the Almighty prepared the grounds for the Savior of Mankind, and you played an important role in this regard. Imam Hadi, sent Bashr bin Suleiman from Samara to Bagdad to buy a bondwoman, but he did not know the bondwoman would be ...
    • Imam Hadi Preaches Motawakel
    • During the rule of Motawkel, Imam Hadi had to face hardship. He was always under the control of the spies of the rulers. Nevertheless he discharged his duties as the Imam of Muslims. Once Motawakel ordered his men to search ...
    • Imam Hadi’s Weapons are Prayers
    • Yahya bin Haraama said “we went to the house of Ali (PBUH) after reaching Medina. We entered and people learned about the arrest issue, there was a huge stress and dissatisfaction among them and they ...
    • “The Sun of Rey”
    • Being related to pious people, particularly the Prophet and his Progeny (PBUT) has always been appreciated by everyone. Nonetheless, being related to the Prophet and his family (PBUT) is only valuable when the ...
    • Imam Sadjad (A.S) and Gnostic Supplications
    • Imam Sadjad (A.S) began making gnostic supplications to safeguard the culture of Ashura. This shows his deep insight and good understanding of the time. His supplications have been collected in such valuable books as ...
    • Imam Sadjad’s Endeavors to Train Students
    • One of the most important achievements of Imam Sadjad (A.S) was training the gifted students for cultural-ideological fight against the enemies of Qur’an and the Infallible Household of the Prophet), Yousef Saqafi in Iraq, Farzdagh known as ...
    • Imam Sadjad (A.S) and Culture of Ashura
    • Imam Sadjad (A.S) delivered another sermon in the precincts of Imam Sadjad (A.S) delivered another sermon in the precincts of Medina for the people who had come to see the sorrowful caravan of captives. This sermon, too, deeply affected people so that ...