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Law in Islam
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The Divine Rights in Islam

The Divine Rights in Islam
    Rights vary from one to another according to values of favors. A friend has his own familiar rights that are a degree lower than these of the affectionate brother who joins the tie of relation to the tie of kindness. The right of the brother, in a like fashion, comes after that of parents, because of their superior favors to sons.Through such standard, we can realize the grand value of the divine rights that excel any other rights, ...

Sheikh Isa Qassim not among those given back Bahraini citizenship

Sheikh Isa Qassim not among those given back Bahraini citizenship
Major opposition and activist figures who were stripped of Bahraini citizenship are not among hundreds of people whose nationality will be restored under an amnesty announced last week. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Major opposition and activist figures who were stripped of Bahraini citizenship are not among hundreds of people whose nationality will be restored under an amnesty announced last week. Bahrain, a close ally of the US in the ...

Those Whose Prayer Is Not Answered

Those Whose Prayer Is Not Answered
It has come in the traditions that the Prophet (S) has said. In my Ummat there are some people whose prayers are not accepted. Among them are those who pray for harm to their own parents. Then,, there are those who give loans and don't take a witness for these transaction. The third category is of such men who, when in disagreement with their spouses, reproach them continuously, instead of giving them divorce (Talaq) which is allowed to them by ...

Sources of Legislation in Islam

Sources of Legislation in Islam
Sources of Legislation for the Shi'ahAnyone who follows up the Imamiyyah Shi'ah fiqh,will verily see them devoted absolutely, in (taking) all fiqhi rules -except the recently originated ones110 to the Prophet (S) through the Twelve Imams of Ahl al-Bayt (A). They follow only two sources of legislation: The Book and the Sunnah, with which I mean the first source i.e. the Holy Qur'an, and the second one being the Prophetic Sunnah, upon its bearer ...

Rights of the Islamic Society

Rights of the Islamic Society
Merits of the Islamic SocietyBecause of its remarkable qualities, the Islamic society, in the reign of its prosperity, was nonesuch and ideal among the international civilized nations. Its individuals composed one compact family of virtues and dignities. It has been a nonesuch example of belief that included secrets of monotheism, showed true traits of divinity, declared the reality of prophesy, and explained the dimensions of the Judgment. ...

Hadrat Abu Talib's Role during the Total Boycott and Blockade of Muslims by Quraysh

Hadrat Abu Talib's Role during the Total Boycott and Blockade of Muslims by Quraysh
By: Abdullah al-Khunayzi The polytheists became very angry when the Prophet (s) became so powerful and his mission spread so widely that many people of different classes and countries believed in sincerely to a degree that they preferred dying to give up their new belief when they were punished with severest kinds of torture. In fact they tolerated pains as if they enjoyed pleasures. The pain for the sake of the mission was sweeter than any ...

Where Are Two Easts And Two Wests?

Where Are Two Easts And Two Wests?
By: Shaykh Nasir Makarim Shirazi & Ayatullah Ja'far Subhani Question: What does the following verse denote? He is the Lord of two Easts and two Wests what is the meaning of this?[48] Answer: In the Holy Qur’an the mention of East and West is done in the form of dual also. (i.e. two easts and two wests) and in the plural form of also e.g. “But nay! I swear by the Lord of the Easts and the Wests that We are certainly able.”[49] At one more ...

About Prohibition of Music

About Prohibition of Music
On Ghina or song the opinion of all the Shi'a jurists is united that it is haram because the singer is termed a person destined for the Hell. Therefore Ghina is considered a major sin in Shi'a Islam.Ghina is Haram in all the schools of Sunni jurisprudence too. The only exception is that of their Sufi cult.Imam Ja'far As-Sadiq (as) says that the house in which songs are heard will be the abode of misfortunes, the prayers made from there will not ...

All Prophets and Messengers Warned People

All Prophets and Messengers Warned People
All Prophets and Messengers Warned PeopleBy Shaheed DastghaibAfter understanding this logical problem, now we say that one lakh twenty-four thousand (1,24,000) Messengers and Prophets came to the world and all of them unanimously warned the human world of a danger saying: “O People! All of your words and deeds are being constantly and instantly being recorded. God has appointed two angels for every person. Whatever good or bad you do, they ...

Shunning Good Food and Mystic Seclusion is contrary to the dictates of Allah

Shunning Good Food and Mystic Seclusion is contrary to the dictates of Allah
Imam Muhammad Al-Baqir (as) narrates from the Prophet of Allah (S), This is a firm and decisive Faith! Scale its heights, but calmly! Don't put excessive weight of prayer on your bodies! Don't be like a rider who tires his animal by travelling more than it possibly can! It may fail to reach you to your destination! Satan has misguided some of our people and made them abstain from meat and other delicacies. Such abstention is against the ...

The Relevance of Islamic Ideology in Human Sciences

The Relevance of Islamic Ideology in Human Sciences
Now, how should the influence of the culture and ideology of Islam be exercised upon the human sciences Should it be done in a revolutionary manner or in the way of a reform, or in a way different from either of these two If the question facing us is how to apply Islamic culture and ideology to the existing social sciences, the answer is clear.Let me ask another question. Why did we revolt Why did our Islamic nation revolt Some people say that ...

Hadith Recording during the Imamate of Imams Baqir and Sadiq (A.S.)

Hadith Recording during the Imamate of Imams Baqir and Sadiq (A.S.)
The age of Imam Muhammad al-B?qir and Imam Ja`far al-S?diq is considered the golden age as regards the spread of the rulings of the School of Recordation. During that age, Almighty Allah prepared certain political circumstances—that resulted in the collapse of a state (i.e. the Umayyad) and the emergence of another (i.e. the `Abb?sid)—in which the ruling authorities were engaged. This matter opened wide the door for the followers of ...

Different Methodological Approaches to Spirituality

Different Methodological Approaches to Spirituality
By: Mohammad Ali ShomaliIn this paper we will review and briefly discuss different methodologies among Muslim scholars in studying spirituality in general and morality (akhlaq) in particular. In general, we can classify the attitudes of scholars into three main approaches:o The Philosophical Approacho The Mystical Approacho The Scriptural or Text-Based ApproachThe Philosophical ApproachMany Muslim scholars have found the outlook of some Greek ...

Third alleged contradiction

Third alleged contradiction
Ahlisunnah.org/ahlibayt states:"Abu Ishaq Ibn al-Nadim, a famous Shi''i writer, did not agree to neither of the above theories and wrote in his al-Fihrist that Shi''ism started at the Battle of Jamel"Now these are the comments of Ehsan Ellahi NOT al-Nadim. Did he state he DID not agree with the above named scholars? He continues:Ahlisunnah.org/ahlibayt states:"thus explained: "When Talha and Az-Zubair disagreed with Ali and accepted no less than ...

Social Duties in Islam

Social Duties in Islam
These duties can be described as follows: THE DUTY OF MAN TOWARDS HIS PARENTSParents are the means of the creation of a child and the imparters of his initial education and training; therefore, the holy religion of Islam has placed a great deal of emphasis on children's obeying to them and on their respect to an extent that the Almighty Allah has commanded the people to be kind and generous to their parents right after mentioning Tawhid (the ...

A Criticism of the Idea of Arab Nationalism

A Criticism of the Idea of Arab Nationalism
This article was presented as a paper at the World Seminar on "The Impact of Nationalism on the Ummah," London, Dhu al-Qi'dah 13 -- 16, 1405 (July 31 -- August 3, 1985), held by the Muslim Institute. The author is a scholar from Cairo, Egypt. The Arab nationalist propaganda has been increasingly voiced in recent months from many organs in several Arab countries, particularly Egypt. It was quite evident to observers of the Islamic movement that ...

Statement of Ayatollah Hadavi Tehrani on Hunger Strike of Pakistani Shiite Leaders in Protest at Oppressions and Discriminations

Statement of Ayatollah Hadavi Tehrani on Hunger Strike of Pakistani Shiite Leaders in Protest at Oppressions and Discriminations
 Statement of Ayatollah Dr. Mahdi Hadavi Tehrani, Member of the Ahlulbayt World Assembly's Supreme Council, on the Hunger Strike of Pakistani Shiite Leaders in Protest at Oppressions and Discriminations against the Followers of Ahlulbayt (A.S.) In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the MercifulAnd those who have wronged shall (soon) know to what [kind of] place they will be sent. (The Holy Quran: Surah al-Shuara: Verse 227)On the ...

The-neighbor

The-neighbor
Seyyid Jawad Ameli, a great Mujtahid, was having his dinner when someone knocked at his door.  A servant from his master, Ayatullah Seyyid Mahdi Bahrul Uloom appeared and said: "Your master has sent for you immediately.  He has just sat down for his dinner but refuses to eat till he sees you."    There was no time to lose.  Seyyid Ameli left his dinner and rushed to Seyyid Bahrul Uloom's residence.  Just as he entered, the master ...

The Essentiality of Employment and the Importance of Trade and Industry

The Essentiality of Employment and the Importance of Trade and Industry
By: Allamah Syed Muhammad Husain Tabataba'i Endeavour and work are the base and foundation upon which the world of creation is established and these are the only guarantee for the survival of every creature. The Almighty Allah has equipped His creatures with suitable means with which they derive benefits and avoid losses. Man, who is the most astonishing and sophisticated design of creation, has more requirements than any other creature. Thus he ...

Divine Justice and the Problem of Evil

Divine Justice and the Problem of Evil
Ghulam Husayn AdeelDivine justice and the problem of evil is a fundamental question and one of the most discussed topics among theologians and philosophers in the last two thousand years. The most important reason for this attention given to the subject is that human beings have always been faced with natural and moral tragedies.Consequently, some philosophers have doubted God’s justice; others have denied the existence of God or believed ...