A Brief History of Imam Hassan’s Life
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The eighth Imam, ‘Ali Ibn Musa, Al-Ridha’ (as)
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Events
Events
Articles
Articles
Arba'een
Arba'een ("forty"), Chehlom ("the fortieth [day]") ("the fortieth of Imam") is a Shia Muslim religious observance that occurs forty days after the Day of Ashura. It commemorates the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad, which falls on the 10th day ...
Fasting; a way towards piety
Fasting and its importance “Fasting” is for doing the commandments of Allah and nearness to Him and a person must refrain eating and drinking and doing some other things, which it will be discussed later, from morning adhan up to maghrib. This worship is not only one of the holy ...
The Model of Obedience
One of the most important methods in training is the method of “Role Model” or “Pattern” because the effect of model or pattern is much more than other methods in character and behavior formation of the trainee. Islam has also paid a lot attention to this method and the Holy ...
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Remarks
Remarks
Imam Rezā (peace be upon him)
His Holiness 'Alī ibn Mūsā al-Rezā (peace be upon him), according to a famous narration, was born in 148 AH (December 29, 765 CE), and he was martyred in 203 AH by a coward and treacherous plot. His blessed life was 55 years. His life coincided with the era of tyrannous government of four ...
The unity
From the statements of his eminence Grand Ayatollah Mousavi Ardebili: The unity means two persons, two groups or two denominations live together and do not fight with each other, and have no any quarrel and enmity. Do not attack each other and do not infringe the rights of each other and tolerate ...
The Qur’an
From the statements of his eminence Grand Ayatollah Mousavi Ardebili: The Qur’an is a book which states the historical, moral and … issues, but it is not a moral book, it is not a scientific book, but it is a book for “guiding the people” from its own viewpoint. There is no ...
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Istifta’at
Istifta’at
If we did not know the first day of Ramadan month, and we intended to perform fast for what were required [mā fī al-dhimmah], and during the day we came to know that it is actually the first day of ...
In the first given case, the qaḍā’ of fast is not necessary because fasting for what were required [mā fī al-dhimmah] is included the fast of Ramadan, even if he came to know after the noon and intended for Ramadan specially, there is no problem to it. In the second given case that you intended for ...
What is the amount of kaffārah for the missed fasts of menstrual cycle in the previous years?
If she performs the qaḍā’ of the missed fasts for menstrual cycle in the previous month of Ramadan until the next Ramadan month (in case of ability, it is obligatory), there will be no kaffārah for it, but if despite of ability, she does not perform its qaḍā’, it will have kaffārah in addition to ...
I did not keep the fasts for several years. I want to know how I should pay its Kaffārah. Please determine the amount of Kaffārah and where I should pay its Kaffārah.
The amount of Kaffārah for not keeping the fast intentionally without shar`i reason is about forty eight thousand Tomans for each day, which will be 29 or 30 times in a month and its total will be multiplied according to the number of years and if you have doubt about the number of years, you can ...
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The new version of Library software
of His eminence Grand Ayatollah Mousavi Ardebili’s works
The new version of Library software of the Office of His eminence Grand Ayatollah Mousavi Ardebili’s
works is available for Android and IOS.