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In the Name of God بسم الله
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Disseminating the teachings of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) 

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Our duty against Bid'ah

Needless to say, before we can perform our duty against bid'ah, the pre-requisite step is to be able to see and identify it. How many people are aware of the dangers of bid'ah but due to lack of understanding are nevertheless a victim of it. The reason is that bid'ah is extremely deceptive - it is disguised as a praiseworthy act that promises to earn abundant reward for the performer and bring him closer to Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام). The deception is increased because we see each and every Shia a

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Definition and Scope of Bid'ah

Definition of bid'ah (innovation in religion) Although the definition of bid'ah is simple and straight forward, people are often confused and are unable to differentiate between sunnah (practice of the Prophet), bid'ah (innovation in religion) and mub'ah (neutral non-religious actions). Simply stated, anything added (increased) in religion or in the name of religion is bid'ah irrespective of the motive or reason for the addition, even if the intention is that of extreme love and devotion.

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Qur'an guides us to the Imams (as)

Comment: The purpose of the Qur'an is to guide us to the Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام). Even the verse which we read every day in Surah Hamd - "Guide us to the Straight Path (1:6)", there are many hadith where the Imams (عليه السلام) have explained it as the the path of Muhammad (s) and his Progeny (عليه السلام). (Also published on blog: https://ahlulbaytmission.org/2019/08/17/Qur'an-guides-to-the-Imams/)

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Grief of Aal-e-Muhammad Renewed on Eid

Comment Should we rejoice on the day of Eid and celebrate it in a festive mood? Or should we observe the aamaal in a melancholy mood? Also published on: https://ahlulbaytmission.org/2019/08/09/grief-of-aal-e-Muhammad-renewed-on-eid/

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Shrimp - Morsel of Shaitan?

There are two conflicting hadith on shrimp called Irbiyaan in Arabic. One hadith refers to it as a morsel of Shaitaan. Another classifies it as a type of fish and therefore  permissible. In this situation, the Usuli ijtihad applies the principle of al-bara'a al-asliyya, which makes a thing permissible if it can not be conclusively proven to be forbidden and even if there are conflicting indicators. However, in the school of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام) the preferred approach is to exercise caution (

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History of the Turban

Origin of the Turban The first person who wore a turban was Prophet Adam (عليه السلام) after he was expelled from Paradise [1]. A tradition states that the angel Gabriel descended from heaven and dressed him in an amaama (turban). This became a substitute for the crown that he had reportedly worn in Paradise [2]. In the hadith literature, the turban is also projected as a headgear of the angels. Imam Ali b. Abi Talib (عليه السلام) narrates that the Holy Prophet (s) once bound a turban on his h

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Taqleed in Usul-e-Deen

According to modern Usuli school it is not permissible to do taqleed (of the mujtahid) in Usul-e-Deen. However this was not the view of all the scholars in the past. Here we will look at the thoughts of one of the oldest and most renowned scholar Shaykh Tusi (of 5th/11th century), compiler of two of the four canonical collections of hadith (kutub-e-araba). In his famous book “Uddat al Usul” he argues that taqleed should be promoted not only in furu (branches) but should be extended to inclu

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Animal parts to avoid consuming

Based on the hadith of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام), we should abstain from consuming the following parts of animals: Blood All reproductive parts (penis, testicles, vagina, vulva, cervix, uterus, cervix) Spleen Heart (certain parts only, refer to hadith) Gallbladder Glands (small organs found all over the body and in the brain) Spinal chords Placenta Anything in the loins Eyeballs Kidneys Bone marrow Skin (had

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