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  • Yazid son of Mu‘awiyah and his son, Historical Stories For Children 2

    The second book of the historical series for children pays attention to the wile character of Yazid the son of Mu'awiyah and the amazing character of his son Mu'awiyah. Yazid was the person responsible for the slaughter of our Imam Husayn (as) and the martyrs of Karbala. Unlike his grandfather and his father, the son of Yazid was a flower that flourished and bloomed in a heap of dirt.
  • Simplified Islamic Laws for Youth and Young Adults

    Condensed version of the Islamic Laws in accordance with Ayatollah al-Uzma Seestani. The text has rulings on Islamic Jurisprudence, all basic topics have been covered including: - Taharat - Salat- Fasting- Khums- Rules related to trading- Eating & Drinking- Marriage. These topics have been discussed in detail with all common rulings that are required by people.
  • Islamic Culture and Religious Education (For pupils)

    This book is a compilation of lessons children learn that connect them both to the science and religious fields of knowledge. The present work is a collection of 19 lessons that help the child understand issues like how the body works or the green leaves of plants or beautiful theology books to issues such as fasting and hajj.
  • Monotheism for Young Adults

    Monotheism for young adults is a very comprehensive book which sheds light on the issue of “Tahwid”. The book contains a dialog between two friends, Mohammad and Mehdi regarding Monotheism. Muhammad explains to Mehdi the concept of “Oneness of Allah (swt)” with logical examples as well as narrations. It could be a very useful book for parents or teachers to explain Tawhid to young kids.
  • Some Questions Related To Women’s Rights in Islam

    This text discusses about some important points concerning women, their treatment, their rights and issues related to them.
  • Fasting in Ramadhan: A Simple Guide To Ritual, Social & Spiritual Dimensions

    A collection of articles written & speeches given by Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi on the various dimensions and significance of the Holy month of Ramadhan.
  • When Knowledge Enters Heart

    This presentation explains that when knowledge enters the heart, there are other virtues that come with it..
  • The Reality of Knowledge

    In a beautiful way, Imam Ali (a) explains what knowledge will be like, if it was embodied.
  • Social Relations In Islam

    In what way does Islam shape the social relationships? How does it limit them and why? This present book compares Islam with the western civilization and with various schools of thought. There are a lot of differences but the most striking are the fact that Islam bases its teachings on the search of truth while the other bases their teachings on the opinion of the majority; and the fact that Islam does not believe in geographical and racial frontiers which separate human beings into small communities and nations. The writer believes the frontier is belief, a fact which makes possible a universal community.
  • Morals in the Light of Islam

    Living in a world that is under the continuous torrent of corruption, it is very easy to lose sight of the important things. This text ponders on the importance of following the Islamic Code of laws that purges the mind, purifies the soul and refines the human nature. it also gives examples of the major group of immoralities and why standing on the moral ground and behaving accordingly to the code of law (not fighting, explaining things in a peaceful and polite manner, seeking knowledge, use rational proofs, etc.) could benefit us and our counterparts.
  • Islamic Medical Wisdom, The Tibb al-A'imma

    Islamic Medical Wisdom is the first English translation of a text in the Twelver Shi'i medical tradition. As such it will prove of both interest and importance to specialists and non-specialists alike. The former include those pursuing study of various aspects of Islamic history and civilization in general and especially students of the history of Islamic medicine. The latter include both those wishing greater awareness of the Twelver Shi'i faith and heritage in general and those desirous of greater familiarity with practical dimensions of the faith in particular.
  • Al-Abrar, The Righteous Ones

    Al-Abrar is a collection of stories for character building and ethical guidance for young readers. The main theme in these stories is to present human role models that perform righteous actions for the worship and pleasure of God.
  • Let’s talk about: Backbiting

    This booklet with the help of pictures and simple examples aims to teach children what backbiting is, how it affects the people around us and how you can avoid being in a backbiting situation and how we can make a bad situation good.
  • Lessons about Allah, Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam, Justice, Leadership (Imamate) and Resurrection

    This text contains important lessons on the fundamental beliefs of Islam that should be the bases of Islamic knowledge of our youth: God, Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam, Justice, Leadership (Imamate) and Resurrection. All these subjects are explained in a concise but exhaustive manner.
  • The Social Dimensions of Wilayah

    The following is a transcript of a lecture delivered by the respected scholar on June 4, 2009 on the occasion of the death anniversary of Imam Khumayni in Qom, Iran.
  • Constructive Interaction between the World Religions: A Framework for World Order

    The article is the text of the paper delivered by his Excellency, Ayatullah Jawadi Amuli, at the conference on "Constructive Interaction between the World Religions - A Framework for World Order", which was convened on March 18-19, 2006, in Isfahan, Iran, and was attended by prominent leaders of the living religions of the world.
  • Islamic Doctrines Simplified

    Simple passages on Islamic beliefs about God, Prophethood and the Day of Judgement.
  • Human Nature and Nature of Morality

    Human Nature and Nature of Morality Mohammad Ali Shomali, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the Imam Khomeini Education
  • Duty of Acquiring Knowledge

  • The Status of Music in Islam

    The Status of Music in Islam Written by Saleem Bhimji ***** Introduction Since time immemorial, the issue of music has been debated by various sectors of the Muslim world. Both sides in the debate have brought their proofs and arguments with the hope of making the other side see "the light" and thus bring an end to this time consuming dilemma. It is not the purpose of this short article to bring all the evidence in regards to the ruling of Allah جل جلاله and His Prophetصلى الله عليه و آله وسلم in regards to music; rather, we will suffice with the minimum, with the hopes that Insha-Allah, it will help and guide the Muslims - especially the youth - to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong. Before discussing the ruling of music, a few of the Islamic (Arabic) terms must be defined that are constantly referred to in this article, in the different ahādīth and in the various books of Ahkam. These include the following: Muṭrib: The definition of Muṭrib is: