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February, 2018

  • 11 February

    Iranian Mark 39th Anniversary of Islamic Revolution

    In their millions, Iranians have filled the streets countrywide to relive the day 38 years ago when the nation’s hard-fought Islamic Revolution against the former US-backed regime became victorious...

  • 11 February

    Summer Courses on Shi‘a Studies to be Held on July

    Al-hikmah institute of Al-Mustafa International University organizes a summer program which provide a format for introducing and discussing Shi‘a history, thoughts, beliefs, demography, Shi‘a governments, education system, branches and denominations, as well as ideological roots of Islamic revolution in...

  • 3 February

    Sixth International Course on Shi’a Islamic Studies

    The Shi’a Intensive Course endeavors to enhance scholarly attention to Shiʿi Islam and offer an original and insightful understanding of its history, doctrines and practices. Combining the classical Shiʿa thought and the..

  • 2 February

    Three Reasons why the Islamic Revolution of Iran Was a Miracle

    For 25 years, millions of Iranians were held hostage by the United States. That’s right: from August 19, 1953 to February 1, 1979—9,037 days in all—over 17 million Iranians were essentially hostages of the ṭaghut (evil, corrupt and deviant) government of the United States. That these hostages managed to free themselves from U.S. oppression due to the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran is indeed a miracle...

December, 2017

November, 2017

  • 28 November

    Inheritor of Yazid Intents on Repeating the Story of Karbala

    The current inheritor of Caliph Yazid bin Mu’āwīyya’s political mantle is Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), the impetuous crown prince of Saudi Arabia, who is also thirty-three years old. He seems intent on repeating the story of Karbala and promoting a fight to finish the Shia in the Middle East just as...

September, 2017

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