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October, 2017

  • 19 October

    Islamic Jurisprudence Glossary+PDF

    Considering the fact that a great deal of technical jurisprudential terms are frequently used in Fiqhi resources, English Department of Ayatollah Makaim Shirazi’s Office releases the compilation of jurisprudential terms along with their simplified explanation to...

  • 19 October

    Book: Law, Society and Culture in the Maghrib, 1300–1500

    Focusing on the Maghrib in the period between 1300 and 1500, in this book David Powers analyses the application of Islamic law through the role of the mufti....

  • 16 October

    Negative Consequences of Masturbation

    Masturbation is defined as self-stimulation of the sexual organ till one achieves emission of semen or orgasm. This applies to both men and women. Statistics show that 95 percent of men admit to masturbating, compared to 89 percent of women. 70 percent of married individuals admit to...

  • 11 October

    Selling, Renting out and Being Employed in Situations Involving Harām

    Earning money and being part of business or loan transactions is an act which most of us are involved in daily or will be at some point in our lives. It is therefore fundamental that we strive to gain the necessary knowledge regarding those...

  • 9 October

    The Ruling on Snowmen, Dolls, Action Figures and Plasticine Modeling

    In this writing, the permissibility of drawing as well as sculpting inanimate objects is presented, followed by the rulings of three marāji’, namely Ayatollah Sistani, Ayatollah Khamenei and Ayatollah Makarim, on sculpting models of animals or human beings. The ahkam corner aims to present rulings that many are either unaware ...

September, 2017

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