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NewsLetter Register
    • Role of the Qur’an in Imam Reza’s Life (Part 2)
    • Imam Reza (AS) used to recite various chapters of the Qur’an in all obligatory and recommended prayers during the day and night. Raja ibn Abi al-Zahhak who accompanied Imam Reza (A.S) in his trip form Medina to Merv, has pointed out ...
    • Imam Reza’s Reliance on the Qur’an in his life
    • The Holy Qur’an is a divine book, a revelation, words of God and believers’ book of guidance and direction. This book is so valuable and magnificent that it was the last Prophet who had the responsibility of expressing and explaining it, and ...
    • A Commentary on the Hamd Surah: part 1
    • Be aware that the theologians differ about the relation of “ba” in the “bismillah” ir-rahman ir-rahim. Each theologian,accordance with his own view, knowledge and Gnosticism has expressed some comment thereabout. For instance, the ...
    • Imam Reza (A.S) and the Qur’an (Part 2)
    • Raja bin Abi Zahhak, one of the state officials of Mamoon government who was responsible for bringing Imam from Medina to Khorassan. Besides presenting a long report on Imams worship and its related issues, he mentions Imams reading of the Qur’an: ...
    • Imam Reza (A.S) and the Qur’an (Part 1)
    • The present short is an attempt to explain the behavior of Eighth Divine Imam – Imam Reza (A.S) - and his relation with the holy Qur’an which provides an incomplete report of Qur’an-based practical behavior of Imam Reza (A.S). Although there are ...
    • Vale of Sorrow
    • Through the Vale of sorrow does history trace,Two matchless martyrs our Prophets pets, Who left ...
    • Hijab and Related Questions (Part 3)
    • Has hijab been only related to Islam or it has existed among other peoples and nations as well? In, Surah Al-A’raf (22) of the Qur’an, which is about Adam and Eve, the Almighty God says: ...
    • Hijab in Ancient Iran
    • Iranian women had coverings in different eras such as Median, Achaemenid, Parthian and Samanid periods. The existing evidences indicate that ...
    • Hijab and Related Questions (Part 2)
    • Those who are against hijab raise the following questions and problems: What is the rational reason for wearing hijab? Martyr Motahhari states: “In my opinion, origins of the privacy and separation between men and women should not be found in the ...
    • Hijab and Related Questions (Part 1)
    • Those who are against hijab raise the following questions and problems: 1. Regarding the fact that women comprise half of the population in the society; could hijab lead to the isolation and ...
    • Necessity of Hijab
    • The divine commandments and clear orders of the Almighty God in the Qur’an impart to us the following points in describing the philosophy of necessity of hijab: ...
    • Lessons from Hijab
    • The strategies of Islam on hijab have their roots in the explicit commandments and clear orders of the Almighty God in the Qur’an and divine words and ...
    • Hijab and its Philosophy
    • If we consider human being and his/her existential structure in terms of both physical and mental aspects and consequently have a look at the hidden motivations and various desires in his/her character and essence which is called ...
    • Hijab in Islam
    • Through an analytical approach, the present research is an attempt to find fair answers to such questions, investigating the issue of “hijab” in Islamic community and among other peoples and ...
    • An Explanation of Hijab
    • Islam essentially aims to pave the way for human being’s salvation and all religious beliefs and moral and juridical precepts have been revealed in line with this ultimate goal. In other words, the purpose of ...
    • Donation and Generosity
    • The infallible Imams provided the needy persons with their needs in case of having surplus and in addition to this as superior humans and models for the whole humanity in the course of history; they even offered ...
    • Thanksgiving
    • Some verses of the holy Qur’an consider gratefulness to God as a requisite for having faith in God and serving Him. Other verses have in different ways encouraged or recommended people to ...
    • Austerity and strictness
    • Limiting the consumer in an excessive manner or strictness towards costs of life is an extreme aspect that has been censured by the holy Qur’an and the infallible Imams. Both strictness and extravagance are deviated forms compared to ...
    • Principle of Confronting Oppressors (part 2)
    • All through his 23-year divine mission, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) insisted on his mission, which was confronting aggression, tyranny, crime and oppression. As Imam Khomeini (R.A) puts ...
    • Jesus, One of the Five Great Prophets of God
    • The famous Islamic scholar Seyyed ibn Tawous, says: When Prophet Jesus was born, a group of Wise Men came to Mary and said, ‘we study the stars and are astronomers; when your son came into the world we saw a star emerge on the horizon, and found out ...
    • Principle of Equality (part 3)
    • The Prophet thus considered himself equal in all affairs, and behaved without any privilege over others. Among the criterion of equality in the ...
    • Jesus, the Spirit of God
    • Greetings to the Messiah, the Sign of God and the Harbinger of peace and justice; Greetings to the Messiah, the Fresh Flower of the Virgin Mary; Greetings to the Messiah who brought the message of kindness to mankind. He came and ...
    • Principle of Equality (part 2)
    • Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) gave a practical demonstration of equality in all social spheres, emphasizing on basic rights and the laws that benefit mankind and ...
    • Principle of Equality (part 1)
    • The equality decreed by Islam and practically implemented by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is unique in the history of mankind. In the logic of the ...