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February, 2019

January, 2019

  • 28 January

    Documentary: The Life of Sayyid Murtaḍa Alam al-Huda

    Abu al-Qāsim ‘Alī ibn Husayn al-Sharīf al-Murtaḍā (commonly known as: Sharīf Murtaḍā, Sayyid Murtaḍā) (965 - 1044 AD ; 355 - 436 AH) also known as ʻAlam al-Huda was one of the greatest Shia scholars of his time and was one of the...

  • 21 January

    How Many Days Does Fāṭimiyah Last?

    Fāṭimiyah begins on the 13th day of Jumada al-Awwal until the 3rd of Jumada al-Thani, which is off and the peak of the mourning would be on that day. The great Shitte authorities such as Mirza Naeeni and the late Akhund Khorasani had paid a....

  • 8 January

    Video: Nusrat Amin’s Treasury of Knowledge by Dr. Massi Dakake

    Most of women who reached very high level in religious scholarship or religious establishment in Iran are the wives or the daughters of famous religious scholars; religious scholars who have a family legacy. But Nusrat Amin doesn’t...

  • 6 January

    Predicting the Jumada al-Awwal Crescent according to Shiʻa Marjas’ Fatwas

    Certain factors are at play for sighting the crescent on the first night of the month. These factors include “the time when the sun and the moon sets”, “the interval between the setting of the two”, “the coordinates of the sun and...

  • 4 January

    An Interview with Abdulaziz Sachedina on His Life and Scholarship

    Abdulaziz Sachedina was born into an Indian Muslim family in Tanzania in 1942. He received BA degrees from Aligarh Muslim University (in Islamic Studies) in Aligarh, India, and Ferdowsi University (in Persian language and literature) in...

  • 1 January

    When the Shia Cleric Becomes a Shelter for the Jews

    I remember once a group of people attacked Jews' houses, plundered some of their goods, robbed women's bracelets and bothered them a lot. There were many people shouting and...

December, 2018

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