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  • The Truth about the 'Companions'

    The present study aims to critically asses the tradition ascribed to the Holy Prophet known as Hadith al-Nujum that narrates the following: “My Companions are like the stars; whoever among them you follow, you will be rightly guided.”
  • Ghadir as Narrated by Ahlul Bayt (a.s.)

    The present work is about the event of Ghadir as Narrated by the Ahlul Bayt (a.s.). It studies briefly the Ghadir narrations in Shiite works compiled by Shiite Mujtaheeds.
  • Fabricated Traditions

    The author discusses traditions about caliphs relating their names in order; he proves that such traditions are fabricated and forged by studying various chains of these kinds of traditions available in Sihah al-Sitta and other credible Sunni sources.
  • A Distortion in Thaqalain Tradition

    Thaqalain tradition is a famous and well-known tradition that is reported by [both] Sunnites and Shiites. Hundreds of prominent narrators have narrated this tradition. Some self-interested figures have fabricated the tradition of adherence to Book (Quran) and Tradition (Prophet's Tradition) [instead of Quran and Prophet's Progeny] as two weighty things. This book studies this tradition and its reporters, critically examines them and shows the truth to those who seek it.
  • A Critical Assessment of Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim

    This text studies Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim and some of the traditions they contain, in order to make it clear that the traditions are not necessarily authentic (Sahih) just because they are contained in these two books.
  • The Connection between Imam Mahdi and imam Husayn, Part 3

    This paper is the third part of a series of three papers on the subject, initially conceived as part of a series of lectures delivered by the author in London, at the Islamic Centre of England in Muharram 1433/November and December 2011, entitled, "Spiritual Struggle of Karbala."
  • The Connection between Imam Mahdi and Imam Husayn, Part 2

    This paper is the second part of a series of three papers on the subject, initially conceived as part of a series of lectures delivered by the author in London, at the Islamic Centre of England in Muharram 1433/November and December 2011, entitled, "Spiritual Struggle of Karbala."
  • The Connection between Imam Mahdi and Imam Husayn, Part 1

    This paper is the first part of a series of three papers on the subject, initially conceived as part of a series of lectures delivered by the author in London, at the Islamic Centre of England in Muharram 1433/November and December 2011, entitled, "Spiritual Struggle of Karbala."
  • Husayn, the Saviour of Islam

    The book presents the lifetime of Imam Husayn (as) from birth to martyrdom, and concentrates his life with his mother; the mistress of the world's women, and his father and brother, and his role in wars and the rest affairs before his imamate, and a precise exposition of Karbala occurrences.
  • Imam Husayn: The Heir of Prophet Abraham

    This article outlines the importance of prophet Abraham, who played an outstanding role in establishing the monotheistic tradition, hence, he is considered to be the founder of all Abrahamic religions and furthermore demonstrates that by sacrificing himself, Imam Husayn preserved the path of the Prophets as articulated and illustrated by Abraham, and paved the way for establishing the ideal community which in turn would establish universal justice, equality, and dignity for all.
  • Concept of Tawhid (Monotheism) [Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali]

    This is a series of four lectures on the topic "Concept of Tawhid (Monotheism)" by Sheikh Shomali. In this series, he talks about the true meaning of Tawhid and importance of understanding this concept.
  • The Mercy of Allah (The Spiritual Message of Islam) [Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali]

    This is a short series of videos on the topic "The Mercy of Allah" by Sheikh Muhammad Ali Shomali. In this series Sheikh discusses many forms of the Rahmah (mercy) of Allah.
  • Glorification of Allah [Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali]

    A short series on the topic "Glorification of Allah" by Dr. Muhammad Ali Shomali. In this series, he discusses the meaning of glorification (tasbeeh) and remembrance of Allah. Also explaining the relationship between remembrance of Allah and Hajj and the impacts of this remembrance and zikr of Allah.
  • Proximity amongst Islamic Schools of Thought: A necessity for Muslims in the Contemporary Era

  • A Probe into Wilayah and its Social Dimensions

  • The Prophet’s Night Journey and Ascent to Heaven

  • The General Pattern of Islamic Thought in The Qur'an

    This book is a collection of speeches delivered by Ayatollah Khamene’i in 1974, 1353 AH. The author tries to give a general picture of what is meant by Islamic thought quoting different verses of the Quran.
  • Search for Truth

    This text contains the detailed minutes of a Muslim lecturer's discussion with Mr. Joseph and his teacher and mathematics professor about the basic doctrines of Christianity as well as about Islam. The object of this publication is to arm young Muslim minds with the truth so they can defend the unreasonable criticisms against Islam.
  • Evolution of Man

    In this book, Ayatullah Mutahhari discusses the social, historical and technical evolution of man, also discussing the interesting aspect of man's future evolution.
  • Evils, An Excerpt from Ayatullah Murtadha Mutahhari's Divine Justice

    Evils, An Excerpt from Ayatullah Murtadha Mutahhari's Divine Justice Translated from the Persian by Murtaza Alidina Three Aspects of the Discussion What we have discussed so far has been about disparities and discriminations. As we mentioned previously, the objections and problems related to “Divine Justice” are of several types: discriminations, annihilations and non-existences, faults and defects, and afflictions. Earlier we promised that out of these four typesof objections, we would discuss the first under the heading "Discriminations" and the remaining three under the heading "Evils." Now that we have completed the discussion about discriminations, we will begin the discussion of evils. The answer that philosophers have given to the issue of evils includes three parts: What is the essence of evils? Are evils real, existential things, or are they non-existential (‘adami) and relative? Whether evils be existential or non-existential, are good and evil separable