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August, 2017

  • 31 August

    Ayatollah Khamenei’s Message on Hajj 2017

    The heads of Islamic countries and political, religious and cultural personalities in the world of Islam have heavy responsibilities on their shoulders: the responsibility of creating unity and preventing everyone from tribal and denominational conflicts, the responsibility of...

  • 26 August

    Key Characteristics of the Hajj Pilgrimage from the Viewpoint of Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi

    The Hajj pilgrimage is in reality a massive immigration. It is a divine journey towards Allah and the best opportunity for self-purification and engaging in the greater Jihād and...

  • 22 August

    The Youth and Sexual Perversions

    We know that youth is a period of “crisis” of instincts, specially “sexual instinct”. If this instinct is not guided properly, it would have the worst stroke on the felicity and happiness of the youths. Their creative powers will be spoiled like unopened buds, and their ingenuity and innovation which ...

  • 19 August

    Brain Death in Islamic Jurisprudence by Abdulaziz Sachedina

    Although the Muslim scripture, the Qur'an, contains various death themes that add significantly to our insight into the meaning of death, the concept is left undefined and always portrayed in close relationship with the...

  • 16 August

    Organ Transplants according to Islam

    organ donation and transplantation

    The issue of organ transplantation in Islam is divided into the cases where the donor is alive and when he is dead. There are a couple potential problems regarding organ transplant from a live donor. One of the potential problems is that in Islam it is prohibited to harm oneself to the point of...

  • 15 August

    Reducing Negative Factors of Prenatal Development in Islam

    There are many negative environmental factors effecting the prenatal development of a child. Muslim children do not suffer from nearly as many of these factors than non-Muslim children. Hence, the possibility of a Muslim producing strong, healthy, and intelligent babies is...

  • 14 August

    £1,000 Prize for the Best Article on Islamic Studies

    The Third Round of the BRAIS – De Gruyter Prize in the Study of Islam and the Muslim World is now open for submissions. The award includes publication of the winning manuscript and a prize of £1,000, and it will be officially presented at the Annual Conference of...

  • 10 August

    New Techniques in Human Reproduction in Islam Point of View

    The birth of the first 'test-tube-baby' in 1978 made headlines all over the world. All the world, with the exception of the Vatican, welcomed this new development in human science. After all, man is the prime creation of God. Allah has created the universe for man but created the...

  • 9 August

    Book: Introduction to Jurisprudential Maxims

    Jurisprudential maxims (al-qawa‘id al-fiqhiyyah) play an important role in determining one's legal duty in particular situations. When applied, these maxims - such as the 'Maxim of Purity', the 'Maxim of...

  • 2 August

    Saudi Arabia’s Shia Genocides Resumes under Media Blackout

    With most eyes set on what mainstream media has architected as “pressing issues”: Iraq’s alleged mistreatment of Daesh militants, Qatar-would-be declaration of war against the kingdom over the hajj management, or US President Donald Trump’s latest twitter rant, those news which reflect most the nature of...

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