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January, 2019

December, 2018

  • 24 December

    The Life of Two Mujtahidahs: Female Religious Authority in 20th Century Iran

    The present chapter introduces two Iranian female mujtahidahs, Nuṣrat Amīn (1886 - 1983) and Zuhrah Ṣifātī (1948 - ), who represent like few other contemporaries the status of female religious authority in 20th century Iran, divided by the...

  • 18 December

    Homosexualy from Shia Jurist’s Point of View

    Some may argue that from a historical point of view, homosexual marriage was recognized in many societies and regions around the world, but with the expansion of Abrahamic religions, especially Islam, acceptance of homosexual behaviors based on teachings such as Qur’anic verses and hadiths dwindled and the homosexual marriage was ...

  • 10 December

    Islamic Laws by Ayatollah Wahid Khorasani

    This version of the English Risalah of the rulings of Sheikh Wahid Khorasani is not the official version. However, the text of this English Risalah has been taken directly from his official website and edited for better understanding of the...

  • 9 December

    Bitcoin from the Perspective of the Shiite Clerics’ Fatwas

    This article seeks to explore the Fatwas of Shiite faqihs (well-qualified religious authorities/experts on Islamic Jurisprudence) regarding digital currency such as Bitcoin so that Shiite believers know how to treat such a new phenomenon...

  • 7 December

    A Review on the Islamic Seminary of Karbala

    One significant role of Islamic seminaries was the rise of knowledgeable and pious Shi‘a scholars.

  • 3 December

    Simplified Islamic Laws for Young Adults by Ayatollah Safi

    The practical laws of Islam that are related to the actions that one must perform and those that must be avoided, and are the responsibility of everyone to...

November, 2018

October, 2018

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