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Islamic History and Civilization
History of Islam
Medina: the Roots of Karbala (Part 2)
The monsters that fought Imam Hussein in Karbala had no mercy whatsoever. They did not respect the family of the Prophet. However, it is one thing to ignore the voice of righteousness and the voice of God embodied in Imam Hussein, but it is a ...
Medina: the Roots of Karbala (Part 1)
The sacred blood of Imam Hussein, his family, and his companions (peace be upon them all) was spilled on the plains of Karbala on the 10th of Muharram. Their mutilated bodies lay on the sand with ...
The Bright Page in the History of Jihad
Abdullah bin al-Zubair thought about a new, strict ruler to appoint over Basrah. He chose his brother Musab to carry out the task. Musab bin al-Zubair arrived in Basrah and addressed its people: ...
Abid al-Malik bin Marwan
Mukhtar made peace with Abdullah bin al-Zubair to unite efforts against the Umayyads, the enemy of Islam.Still Abdullah bin al-Zubair was ambitious. He was afraid of ...
Mukhtar’s Victory over the Enemies
After the Battle of Ain al-Warda, the Umayyad Army went on advancing towards Kufa. It occupied Mousal City. Then it headed for Kufa. Mukhtar formed an army of three thousand fighters. Yazid bin Anas, a brave, good, old man headed the army ...
The Revolution breaks out
On Tuesday night, 12th Rabi al-Awwal, namely two days before the revolution, on the way to Mukhtars house, Ibrahim al-Ashtar and some of his friends came across a patrol. The commander of the patrol said: ...
Mukhtar announces the Revolution
From his prison, Mukhtar sent a message to Ryfaah and his companions. The message was as follows: Allah has made your reward greater. He has just decreased your sins for fighting the unjust. Now I ...
Mukhtar comes back to Kufa
After four years stay in Medina, Mukhtar decided to come back to Kufa. After Yazids death, Ubaidullah bin Ziyad escaped to Damascus. The people of Kufa took advantage of the situation and supported ...
Children of Myanmar, Innocent Victims of Massacre
War has been going on for centuries and therefore hearing the world news on war is no new matter at all. But it is indeed very painful to know that innocent, helpless and very young children are among the victims of such fights; without even ...
Mukhtar defends Allah’s House
Abdullah bin al-Zubair appointed himself caliph. The people paid him homage. Some people liked him. Some disliked the Umayyads. Mukhtar knew that Abdullah bin al-Zubair was ambitious. Anyhow, he paid him ...
Mukhtar was released from Prison
Maytham al-Tammar was a good man. He was one of Imam Alis companions. From the Imams knowledge, he learnt a lot. Maytham al-Tammar was in the same prison with Mukhtar. One day Mukhtar said to him: ...
Imam Hussein (A.S), a Martyr for Islam
Imam Hussein left al-Medina al-Munawwara. He went to Mecca to perform the Haj. Yazid bin Muawiyah knew about Imam Hussein’s travel. He sent some spies to kill him. So, Imam Hussein decided to ...
Why couldnt Mukhtar Catch up with the Caravan of Karbala?
Mukhtar bin Abu Ubaid bin Masoud al-Thaqafy was born in Taif City, 1 A.H. Mukhtars father loyally believed in Islam. He led the Muslim army to conquer Persia. An elephant killed him at the Battle of al-Jisr. So, his ...
Mukhtar al-Thaqafy, The First who paid homage to Imam Hussein (A.S)
In the month of Rajab, 60 A.H., Muawiyah died. He had ruled the Muslim countries for twenty years. He killed many companions of our Master Muhammad [PBUH]. Hajar bin Ady al-Kindy, Amr bin al-Hamq al-Khazay and ...
Triumph of the captives in the enemy’s court
The 1st of the Islamic month of Safar is the day of renewal of grief for any conscientious person. It is the day when the caravan of captives of the progeny of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was dragged in fetters into Damascus, towards ...
Karbala, the Pleasure of Allah
In Surat Saafaat: 101-109, Allah says: We gave him (Hazrat Ibraheem A.S) the tidings of a son possessing forbearance (hilm). And when the son (Hazrat Ismail A.S) was ...
The cause of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (A.S)
From the day he left Medina on the 28th Rajab in 60 Hijrah, at every stage, our Imam made his mission clear. He left no doubt as to his intentions. It was not to fight Yazid to get the ...
Imam Hussein’s revolt, the causes (Part 4)
Among the mistakes the author of the book, “Ash-Shaheedul Khalid – The Immortal Martyr” did was that he over-exaggerated the factor of the “Kufans’ invitation”, so much so that he has given the impression that it was ...
Imam Hussein’s revolt, the causes (Part 3)
Let us examine which of the following two matters came first and consequently had precedence over the other. Did the Imam’s rejection of the Umayyad’s call to him to endorse Yazid as Caliph come first, i.e. prior to the ...
Imam Hussein’s revolt, the causes (Part 2)
There are many people who might claim the upholding of this religious obligation. Imam Hussein (A.S) demonstrated this on the ground, “I seek to ...
Imam Hussein’s revolt, the causes (Part 1)
As we have already mentioned the invitation of the Kufans to Imam Hussein (A.S) to come to Kufa and set up an Islamic government there represented the third side [of the triangle] of causes of his revolt. The request of the ...
The Truth about Imam Hussein’s Revolution (Part 3)
Among the differences that exist between matters of the physical world and the social one is that in the material world minerals always demonstrate a single essence. For instance, you cannot ...
The Truth about Imam Hussein’s Revolution (Part 2)
Looking at Imam Hussein’s revolt from another perspective, i.e. the way he was treating his followers, one can only come out with one conclusion. He was determined not to let the ...
The Truth about Imam Hussein’s Revolution (Part 1)
Different phenomena vary as to their realities. Similarly, every uprising or revolt is unique as to the truth/s underlying its eruption [and eventual success or otherwise]. In order to understand a particular matter, or a state of affairs, you should ...
Role of Religious Deviation in Leading to Karbala (Part2)
Unlawfulness of breach of allegiance, namely fulfilling a pledge is heavily underlined in Islam. Since breaking a pledge or an allegiance is prohibited seriously, it stands to reason how much the role of ...
Role of Religious Deviation in Leading to Karbala (Part 1)
The Islamic community in the year the event of Karbala- took place had greatly differed from that in the last year of Prophet’s life. The trend of deviation had been however gradual, according to many of ...
Martyrdom Anniversary of Oppressed Hajj Pilgrims by Saudi Forces
26 lunar years ago, on this day in 1407 AH, hundreds of Hajj pilgrims from Iran and other countries, while observing the divine ritual of disavowal of disbelievers, were martyred by Saudi forces, on the orders of ...
Magnificence of Mecca and The Sanctified House of God
Amongst the points the honorable Hajjis must take into consideration is ...
The Predisposition of the People of Madina towards Islam
When the Prophet received the order from God to invite people to ( which existed in a form before Islam) he addressed the people and presented Islam to them. During this time he held ...
The Holy Prophets Migration (Hijrah)
Till the thirteenth year of his mission, the islam, and stood firm when faced with the persecutions of the Quraysh. Eventually he got to know that the Quraysh had hatched an incredible plot to kill him, so he ...
The Situation of Women in Pre-Islamic Society
In Arabia, woman was a commodity, counted in the wealth of the father, husband or son; and after death she was inherited like the other possessions and became the property of the descendents. It was a disgrace to ...
Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), the Radiance that Shone Forth in the Darkness
The chaotic situation of the world prior to Islam is clearly reflected in the accurate mirror of history. The outline of decline, oppression, bloodshed, idol-worship is evident in this mirror. Before Islam, it was as if ...
Foretelling the Advent of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) (Part 2)
Before the rise of Islam, two circles or groups of people had grown up in Medina. The first were Jews who had left their original lands desiring to witness the advent of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH). The second were the tribes of ...
Foretelling the Advent of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) (Part 1)
The prophets of ancient times, especially Hazrat Musa and Hazrat Isa (A.S), had given their followers news of the advent of Islam, even to the extent that indications of ...
Duties of nations towards Islamic Awakening from viewpoint of Ayatollah Khamenei: (part 2)
“The world can see that since the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Muslim nations in every part of the world are confidently taking certain actions to restore their Islamic identity and culture. This is because ...
Duties of nations towards Islamic Awakening from viewpoint of Ayatollah Khamenei: (part 1)
For many years, the degenerate culture of the west has been wreaking havoc and promoting corruption in Islamic countries without facing any obstacles. Unfortunately corrupt and dependent governments did not manage to ...
The psychological warfare of the arrogant powers against Islamic Awakening
“Psychological warfare – including humiliation, promoting despair and showing off power and material comfort – is the most important weapon that is ...
The challenges and deviations of the Islamic Ummah
Today in almost every part of the world the arrogant powers are fighting a determined and conspiratorial battle against Islam and Muslims. This is the important point that all Muslims should know, and they should ...
The threats to Islamic Awakening
“Autocratic governments, colonialists and bullying governments which were opposed to Islam, humiliated Muslims and kept them backward for centuries. Now that Muslims are moving towards dignity and Islamic Awakening, the enemies will ...
Her Holiness Fatima (S.A): The honour of the Ummah of Islam lies in Jihad (strug-gle in the way of Allah).Our most sincere salutations, greetings, respect and homage to all sisters and brothers in Yemen, Bahrain, Egypt, and ...
The Role of Women in the Islamic Movements
There have been a lot of comments on the revolution of the people of Egypt. The recent Islamic movements, similar to all other important issues, have its supporters and opponents. And even much further from that, one can argue, ...
Spring Always Follows Winter
One of the great misconceptions about the current revolts for freedom, citizen rights and human dignity that continue to spread across the Arab world is that they came as ...
What is the Importance of Islamic Awakening?
“Undoubtedly the world of arrogance consider the awakening of Muslims, Islamic unity and the progress of Islamic nations in the area of science, politics and innovation as the most serious obstacles to their global hegemony and domination, and they are ..
Undeniable Realities in the world
“Today there are certain realities in the world which are undeniable. The first reality is the awakening of the world of Islam. Nobody can dispute this reality. Today Muslims throughout the world – whether ...
Islamic Awakening since the beginning until today
“Freedom, equality of human beings, social justice, self-awareness of members of society, fighting deviation and ugliness, preferring human ideals to personal wishes, attention to God, remembrance of God, rejection of satanic domination and ...
What is the meaning of Islamic Awakening?
“An Islamic movement or revolution is an uprising against values of jahaliyya and satanic governments which shackle human beings and cause oppression, corruption, social ...
The Divine Source of Human Rights (Part 2)
The main principle of rights, which guarantees their being carried out, is highly dependent on proving the elements of authority, obligation, and the necessity of commitment to them. This could happen in the presence of ...
The Divine Source of Human Rights (Part 1)
Human Rights have a divine source. There are some bases that prove this point: ...
What Obliges People to Have Respect for the Rights of Others? (Part 2)
Islam has proposed another solution, which guarantees the rights of human beings, in line with the rights God has on his creatures. Some Islamic philosophers have emphasized on the ...
What Obliges People to Have Respect for the Rights of Others? (Part 1)
The concepts of mankind and every human individual are universal concepts. Human Rights should not discriminate among people and they should consider all human beings as the same. There are two ways to ...
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