Unfortunately, the managers of famous libraries both at home and abroad do not allow us to make copies of these ancient manus c r i p ts so that the researchers may use them.
At the beginning of the month of Rabiʿ Al Awwal, we heard the happy news that the power of the Daesh terrorist group has been destroyed and it no longer holds any major cities to rule. This is particularly promising as no terrorist group in the history of the world has been as brutal and savage as the Daesh terrorists
Is it not the duty of Muslim countries to voice their outrage at these crimes? Is it not time for the so-called Organization of Islamic Cooperation, which consists of nearly 60 Muslim countries, to hold an emergency special session in order to help these innocent people?
The Āl-Khalifa must learn a lesson from the fate of the Shah of Iran and that of Gadhafi. The day will come that you will be held accountable for the innocent bloods that you have spilled
Two factors caused the revolution of the Messenger of Allah (ṣ) and his newly-established government to fall in the hands of those who were not worthy of it and who sought to undermine it.
The US has planned to play the Muslim countries off against each other and make them destroy each other, just as it previously enticed some Muslim countries to ravage Syria and Yemen. In so doing, it pursues two goals at the same time: it seeks to make the Muslim countries destroy each other with their own hands and, at the same time, it will be selling off its junk arms.
There are four things, which, even if one of them is present in a home, will lead to its destruction and God’s blessings will not bring it to flourishment...
Abuṭālib was born eight decades before Hijrah and 35 years before the ʻĀm al-FīlHis father was ʻAbdulmuṭṭalib and his mother was Fatimah, the daughter of ʻAmr ibn ʻĀ’idh al-Makhzūmī. Abuṭālib and the Prophet’s father, Abdullah, were both born to the same father and mother.
Given the pivotal role of the Prophet of Islam (ṣ) in the history of Islam, all of the junctures of his life as well as his actions, reactions, and words have been studied numerous times by historians and other experts. One of the important junctures in the Prophet’s life was his marriage with Khadījah, daughter of Khuwaylid; according to history, their wedding was held on Rabīʻ al-Awwal 10th and this is the day of their wedding anniversary.
When discussing the biography of the Prophet of Islam (ṣ) and talking about his ancestry, one of the influential people who must necessarily be talked about is the Prophet’s venerable grandfather, ʻAbdulmuṭṭalib.
According to the verses of the Quran, traditions, as well as fatwas, it is safe to conclude that Islam takes wars to be military confrontations only between armed forces, hence the use of lethal weapons of mass destruction that indiscriminately kill large numbers of people is strictly prohibited.
Peace is possible to achieve only by means of faith, and the mere reliance on human laws will never eliminate war and insecurity from the world.
The Imam assumed the divinely appointed position of Imamah in the year 148, when his father was martyred, making him the seventh Shiite Imam. He himself was martyred in either the year 183 Hijri or 186 Hijri.