Ayatollah Amuzgar indicated that he himself had given the news of the victory of the Islamic Revolution of Iran to Martyr Sadr and pointed out, “Martyr Sadr immediately prostrated before God, and I could see pleasure in his face. Ayatollah Mohyeddin Amuzgar has been in contact a close relationship with ...
Late Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir al-Sadr speaking about Iran’s Islamic Revolution and Imam Khomeini (r.a)....
he Islamic history of Fadak started from that when it became a property of the Prophet (s) because it was not possessed by war. Then the Prophet donated it to Fatima. It remained in Fatima’s possession until her...
Rituals enjoy an important role in Islam. Their injunctions represent an important part of jurisprudence and a worshipping conduct which formulates a noticeable phenomenon in the daily life of...
Sayyid Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi who lost his father in childhood followed his father in his career and became one of the special students of Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Sadr. It is said that his master had called him as a promising future for
This book comprises an attempt to discover Islamic Economic Doctrine in the light of the enactments of the laws of Islam and their implications, connected ...
Ayatollah Khoei challenged university teachers to a debate and claimed that they would not find anyone more knowledgeable in any field more than Martyr al-Sadr – ask him about mathematics, geography, philosophy, history, any field in which you possess expertise. If you think you have mastery over the social sciences ...
This book is the third in the series which we have begun with the book Falsafatunā (Our Philosophy) and forms the second part of the book Iqtisādunā (Our Economy). It comprises of an attempt to...
Place of birth: Kazemiyeh – Iraq Place of Demise: Baghdad – Iraq Born and Upbringing Mohammad Baqir Al-Sadr was born in Kazemiyeh, Baghdad, on 1st March 1935. At the age of two, his father, the scholar Haider Al-Sadr, died. Education After completing primary school in Kadhimiya, Al-Sadr and his family moved to ...