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    • Imam Mahdi in Ghadir Sermon
    • The Hajj ceremony of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in 10th A.H. was undoubtedly the greatest ever ceremony in the history of mankind. That was the last Hajj by the Best of the Mankind ...
    • Paying visits to relatives
    • Imam Baqir (PBUH) also says “meeting relatives and being good to neighbors increases wealth.” The same great Imam says “meeting relatives makes your ...
    • Remember Him to Be Remembered by Him
    • God reminds his creatures: remember me so that I remember you. The Imam of Time is a complete manifestation of God. He is His greatest sign. He will remember us if we remember him. The more ...
    • Ways to Be in Touch with Imam of the Time
    • Here we try to answer the question of how to get the most of spiritual blessings of feeling the presence of the Imam of the time? Interestingly, it is easier for the youth to be ...
    • Blessing of Having Imam of the Time
    • Having Imam of the Time is of valuable spiritual blessings of God we do not appreciate enough. He does not exclusively belong to any certain group but to the entire mankind. He intermediates divine blessings. Everything anyone has is due to ...
    • The Blessed Position of Ruku
    • In Islam, we are taught to constantly improve our spiritual status so that we may gain nearness to Allah. If we perform our daily prayers, we should improve by learning the meaning of the words and actions; if we know the ...
    • “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 ...
    • Punishment of Hunger and Thirst in Hell
    • It is mentioned in traditions that the people of hell will be given the punishment of hunger so that they will willy-nilly eat the fruit of the Zaqqoom. Thereafter they will be made to taste the chastisement of thirst so they may ...
    • Imam Al-Mahdi, the Promised Saviour
    • The belief in the Mahdi is not only an essential doctrine deep-rooted in Islamic faith but rather it is an embodiment of human nature regardless of one’s religious affiliations. For it is the universal desire of humans as a whole to try to achieve or ...
    • How do we know Allah (SWT) is satisfied with us?
    • Answering the question Sheikh Ansarian said the same question was asked from Imam Baqir (A.S) and Imam explained by saying that “refer to your heart and see if you like the friends of Allah? If you do, ...
    • Hijab: A Personal Choice?
    • Hijab’ literally means a veil or cover. Islam requires men and women to observe Hijab in their own ways. The question arises to whether Hijab is just a personal deed or does its observance or violation affect the society. In other words, ...
    • How to Farewell the Holy Month of Ramadhan
    • It would be appropriate to open the tongue for an excuse as follows: O Allah (the Glorious, the Exalted)! Through this noble month you did a great favour upon us and bestowed a great blessing, but alas, we did not appreciate its worth, and by ...
    • The Last Day of the Holy Month of Ramadhan
    • At the end of the last day of the Holy Month of Ramadhan, the day of presentation of deeds, it is up to us to seek refuge with the impeccable ones Masumin [A.S] i.e. the Holy Prophet [PBUH] and his Holy Progeny Ahl-ul-Bayt [A.S], and the one, to whom ...
    • How to fast all your life?
    • On p. 258, Vol. 1, of Ilal al-Sharai, and also on p. 92, Vol. 94, of Bihar al-Anwar, Imam Reza (A.S) was asked why an optional fast is recommended for the entire year, and he answered by saying that it served to complement obligatory fast. Then he ...
    • The Giveaways of Ramadhan
    • As Muslims, we strive to be better people. We pray; we fast. We are patient; we help others. We are always in battle trying to overcome the misguidance of Satan. With all that, wouldnt it be nice for us to get ...
    • The Holy Month of Ramadhan and Our Habits
    • We, as human, wander among certain moods and desires. Despite our fluctuant life and uncertainties we face, we remain in a constant struggle to achieve calmness. However, after enduring years of suffering and difficulty in work, study, and ...
    • Spiritual Reform in Ramadhan
    • With time, we have become more and more immune to inhumanity. We are becoming indifferent to injustice, corruption, and un-brotherly behaviour. Thousands of our innocent brothers and sisters are dying in different parts of the world due to ...
    • Why Did You Convert to Islam?
    • The most common question that I am asked by both Muslims and non-Muslims is, Why did you convert to Islam? This is a simple question, but the answer is both easy and extremely complicated for me to answer. I could write ...
    • ANT COMMUNICATION
    • The Quran indicates, when recounting Prophet Sulaymans (A.S) life, that ants have a communication system: Then, when they reached the Valley of the Ants, an ant said: ...
    • Visiting the Grave of the Prophet and pious people
    • Given our discussion about narrations, conduct and tradition of Islamic Ummah with regards to visiting the grave of the Prophet and pious people to ask for intercession, it is clear that by objecting the old tradition of Muslims and ...
    • Wahhabists and Asking for Blessing
    • 1. One day Marwan [ibn al-Hakam] saw a man who had put his face on the Prophet’s grave. Marwan lifted him by his neck and said, “Do you know what you are doing?” and realized the man was ...
    • Muslims visiting tombs in order to Invoke Blessings
    • In addition to Muslims visiting the graves of the Prophet and his Companions to invoke blessing, such conduct was not limited to graves of the Prophet and his Companions, but also the graves of scholars and clerics, including: ...
    • Wahhabists networks throughout world (Part 2)
    • After making connection with pilgrims of Beytullah Al-Haram and taking their addresses, missionary Wahhabists continue their communication, send their content in the forms of pamphlets and booklets with beautiful and ...
    • Wahhabists networks throughout world (Part 1)
    • By spending huge amounts of money and buying Sunni clerics, Wahhabists began to build seminaries, mosques and Islamic centers in poor Muslim countries particularly Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and India that have ...
    • Wahhabism
    • Following the coalition between Al Saud and Al Sheikh tribes in Saudi Arabia, facilitated by Britain, and after conquering all area of Arabia and the establishment of Saudi Arabia, religious affairs were bequeathed to descendants of ...
    • British Support for Extreme Salafism
    • Some extremist Salafi currents were created by the British colonialism under different names. In his memoirs, British spy Mr. Hempher describes the way of recruiting and misleading some Muslims for this purpose. Because of their ...
    • Extremist Salafism
    • Salafism has been introduced by some so-called radical Sunni theologians who have wrong understanding of thoughts of theologians such as Ibn Taymiyyah and Ibn Qayyim al-Jawziyyah. Extremist Salafism is a ...
    • The Lessons learned during Ramadhan
    • Besides the feeling of hunger and thirst, fasting teaches us to control the love of comfort. It helps us to keep our sexual desires within control. Fasting builds and nourishes the soul of the fasting Muslim. The fasting person enriches his ...
    • Ramadhan: From Passionate to Compassionate
    • O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may guard (against evil). For a certain number of days; but whoever among you is sick or on a journey, then ...
    • Ramadhan Gives Us the Great Gift of Taqwa
    • Allah says in the Qur’an: It is He who made the night and day to follow each other for such as have the will to celebrate His praises or to show their gratitude. (25:62)Life and death and the succession of nights and day have a purpose and that is ...
    • 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 ...
    • Imam Sadjad’s Sermon in Syria (Damascus): Part 5
    • I am the son of the one who was backed by Gabriel, supported by Mikael. I am the son of the one who defended the Muslims, killed the oath breakers of allegiance and the unjust and the renegades, struggled against his tiring enemies, the most ...
    • Imam Sadjad’s Sermon in Syria: Part 2
    • In that meeting Yazid ordered one of his orators to talk ill of Imam Ali (A.S) and his progeny and brief the courtiers on the Ashura tragedy. The orator on the pulpit spoke ill of Imam Ali (A.S) and Imam Hussein (A.S) and ...
    • Imam Sadjad’s Sermon in Syria (Damascus): part 1
    • After Karbala tragedy, they took Imam Sadjad (A.S) and the other household of the Imam to Kufa and Damascus. The Imam and his aunt Zeinab started revealing facts about Ashura tragedy and the corrupt government of Umayyad Dynasty. In between Karbala and ..
    • Imam Sadjad’s Sermon in Kufa
    • Addressing the simpleminded, shallow and breaching people in Kufa, Imam Sadjad (A.S) said: O people! I put you on your oath to tell me in the name of Allah, whether you know that at one time you wrote letters to my father and ...
    • Imam Sadjad (A.S), The Messenger of Karbala
    • His blessed name is Ali and his nicknames are Zeynolabedin and Sadjad. His honorable father is Imam Hussein bin Ali (A.S) and his dignified mother is Shahrbanu, daughter of Yazgerd the last king of Sassanid Dynasty. He was ...