The concept of Islamic Unity, and the contribution of the book "Al-Ghadir" by Allamah Amini towards such a unity.
Unity between Shi'a & Sunni
Al-Ghadir and its Relevance to Islamic Unity
Tasawwuf the Meeting Point of Tashayyu and Tasannun
This text introduces the idea that Sufism is the meeting point of the Shia and Sunni schools of thought, suggesting unity of these sects.
Mutual Respect & Peaceful Co-Existence Among Muslim
The views of our leading mujtahideen, compiled in this booklet, are guidelines for us to follow the example of the Ahlul Bayt (a.s.). In our interaction with the fellow Muslims, the question is not about what to say and not to say, the question is about how to say it and how not to say it.
Proximity amongst Islamic Schools of Thought: A necessity for Muslims in the Contemporary Era
Types of Unity in the Quran and Fundamental Causes of Disunity
Types of Unity in the Qur’an and Fundamental Causes of Disunity Ustadh Muhammad Wa’idh Zadeh Khurasani, Director, World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought Translated by Salim S. Yusufali and Shaista K. Yusufali This article was translated from Himase-ye Ittihad, pages 51-59.
Elements of Unity
This text argues that the elements of unity are essential to the human condition and are aplenty. It enumerates these elements and elucidates the Quranic basis for them.
Islamic Unity and Happiness
What is Islamic unity? Is it the use of a common ground of beliefs? Is it giving up some of the differences different sects have? How did the publication "Al-Ghadir" of the scholar Amini (may God be pleased with him) affect the idea of Unity? What principles should be followed for the sake of unity? What is happiness from the Islamic point of view?
The present book presents us with the answers to the above questions and more. Maybe presenting us with the ultimate principle, that of Imam Ali as, who used the motto of "not securing all, but at the same time not abandoning all".