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    • If Imam Khomeini did not exist...
    • Had the Islamic Revolution and our great Imam Khomeini not existed and if Islam had not been the driving force of the Revolution and the great change brought to this country, there would not have been any ...
    • 'Great men of history never die'
    • Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was an influential Iranian politician since the 1979 Islamic Revolution enjoying a white track record in foreign policy and ...
    • Allama Iqbal and Imam Hussein (Part 3)
    • Iqbal explains that Hussein in Karbala is the true construal of Prophets Ibrahim and Ismail’s episode, which in fact was only a prelude to the epitome of sacrifice that was wrought in Karbala by the progeny of Prophet Muhammad with its blood. As we ...
    • Allama Iqbal and Imam Hussein (Part 2)
    • While the sand of Iraq is avidly looking forward to kiss Hussein’s feet, the land of Hijaz is miserable because Hussein is departing from it. Iqbal movingly describes the fields of Hijaz as thirsty as an ...
    • Allama Iqbal and Imam Hussein (Part 1)
    • Iqbal’s range, quality, and quantity are truly impressive. Apart from Urdu, he also wrote prodigiously in Persian and is regarded as one of the most important poets of modern India. In addition to his indubitable genius as a poet, Iqbal is also ...
    • Al-Kafi, Kulaini greatest contribution (Part 2)
    • First Kulaini collected whatever he could of the 400 books of Usool. Then he sorted them topic-wise. Remember that the students of the Imam would spend the whole day with the Imam and would write down all the queries answered by the Imam, without ...
    • Al-Kafi, Kulaini greatest contribution (Part 1)
    • Al-Kafi: This book is Kulaini greatest contribution. It is a collection of 16,199 ahadith, comprising weak and strong ahadith, but no forged ones. One of the principal features of the work is ...
    • The one Trusted by Islam and Muslims (Part 2)
    • Demise: Kulaini died in Baghdad in 329 A.H. The year he died is called ‘tanasirul nujoom’ or the year of the breaking of the stars, because during this year it was observed that a lot of stars appeared to break and fall. Also, it was a year that saw ...
    • The one Trusted by Islam and Muslims (Part 1)
    • The most famous scholar of Islamic law and Shiite Hadith narration in the first half of the fourth century is the trustworthy of Islam Muhammad ibn Ya’qub ibn Ishaq Kulayni Razi popularly known as ...
    • Seyyed Jamal al-Din Asad Abadi (Part 2)
    • After taking a trip to Europe and getting closely acquainted with the culture and civilization of the West and becoming aware of the colonialists’ plots, Seyyed began his relentless struggle in the heart of Europe and ...
    • Seyyed Jamal al-Din Asad Abadi (Part 1)
    • After hundreds of years of stagnation and neglect, the West through the occurrences of the Renaissance and ascent to the industrial revolution rose to the establishment of modern civilization. In retaliation to its past frustrations and ...
    • Ayatollah Bahauddini’s Life in Detail
    • Ayatollah Bahauddini was born on the day of Eid Ghadir to a religious family, who named him Seyyed Radha. His lineage goes back to Imam Sadjad (A.S). Seyyed Radha’s father was called Seyyed Safiyudin, and had the distinction of being one of the ...
    • Grand Ayatollah Mar`ashi Najafi Public Library
    • Ayatollah Sayyid Shihab al-Din Husseini al-Marashi al-Najafi was born on 20the Safar 1315 A.H. / July 21, 1897 in the holy city of Najaf in a famous religious family. In the beginning he was ...
    • Short Life History of Allama Majlisi
    • The Safavid dynasty was in power in Iran, and many Safavid rulers had appointed Shia scholars as overseers of the law.Upon the demise of Mullah Faiz Kashani, Allama Majlisi was...
    • Biography of Imam Khomeini
    • Imam Khomeini was born in the town of Khomein, about 350 kms south of Tehran in the central province, on the 20th of Jamadi-Al-Thani, the year 1320 L.H.,(September 24, 1902). Also the birth anniversary of Fatima Zahra, the daughter of Prophet Mohammad....
    • Musa Sadr’s words to live on in Persian
    • A collection of works authored by Iranian-born Lebanese philosopher and prominent Shiia religious leader Sayyed Musa Sadr has been rendered into Persian for the first time. ...
    • Imam Khomeini and Islamic Unity
    • Today, world peace is such that all countries are under the political influence of the superpowers; they observe a control everywhere ...
    • Political aspects Of Imam Khomeini
    • ini P olitical aspects Of Imam Khomeini"s overshadowed his other facets. As a consequence, his scholarship in other fields of humanity is remained in obscurity. It is time to deal with his thought in an academic manne...
    • Imam Khomeini in history, by history, for history
    • ory I mam Khomeini clearly realized that theology was getting in the way of history. He set about to redress the balance between history and theology. In Islamic literature of all schools of thought, history and t...
    • A Great Leader
    • der Let me say at this point that this politico-religious testament of mine is not made with the noble people of Iran only. Rather, It is recommended for all Islamic nations and the oppressed peoples of the world reg...
    • Imam Khomeinis Stance Regarding the People
    •  Many political thinkers and analysts of contemporary movement and revolutions in the world are in agreement about the three bases or axis that are the symbols of victory and perpetuation of revolutions, namely p...
    • Muhammad 'Abduh
    • (1849 in the Nile Delta area - July 11, 1905 near Alexandria) The Egyptian religious scholar, jurist, and liberal reformer, Muhammad `Abduh led a late 19th-century movement in Egypt and other Muslim countries to “mod...
    • Abu Sahl Waijan ibn Rustam al-Quhi
    • uhi ( about 940 in Tabaristan [now Mazanderan, Iran]- about 1000) There are two spellings of al-Quhi's name in English which seem to appear about equally often, namely al-Quhi and al-Kuhi. We can deduce from al-Quhi's na...
    • Qadi Zada al -Rumi
    • mi ( 1364 in Bursa, Turkey-1436 in Samarkand, Uzbekistan) Qadi Zada means "son of the judge" and we must assume that indeed Qadi Zada's father was the judge. Qadi Zada, however, is not his proper name which w...
    • Abu'l Abbas al-Fadl ibn Hatim Al-Nayrizi
    • (about 865 in possiblyNayriz,Iran- about 922 in possiblyBaghdad, Iraq) Al-Nayrizi was probably born in Nayriz which was a small town southeast ofShiraz now in central Iran. Certainly he must have been associated with th...
    • Ayatullah Sayyid Ali Husseini Sistani
    • tani (9th Rabi Al-Awwal 1349 A.H./ August 4, 1930) Sayyid Ali Sistani was born inMashhad and was brought up into a family known for its religious background. He learned theological and rational sciences from many eminen...
    • Ibn Rushd (Averroës)
    • ës) (520/1126, Cordova -595/1198, Marrakush) Abu'l Waleed Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Rushd, stands out as a towering figure in the history of Arab-Islamic thought, as well as that of West-European philosoph...
    • Haj Sheikh Abbas Qomi
    • omi Compiler of Mafatih- al- Janan [1] (1255-7 Day 1310 / 1877-28 December 1942) Haj Sheikh Abbas Qomi was born in 1255 Sh. (1877) in Qom. He passed his childhood in Qom and after learning literature, left there to N...
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