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  1. Days 1-8 Maulana Asad Jafri Bait Ul Qayem (next 8 lectures are published under the same channel) Sayed Mahdi al-Modaressi Ahlul Bayt TV
  2. Days 1-5 Sayed Ammar Nakshawani Imam Hussein TV 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKSoRsAQwgw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxg36BS7_KM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msdJe3vVtQE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P46n8wjpg7Q
  3. Sayed Mahdi al-Modaressi https://www.facebook.com/Ahlul Bayt/videos/652669005185948/
  4. Day 1 Sayed Hussain al-Modaressi Sayed Mustafa al-Qazwini
  5. The ShiaChat moderator badge is dark blue too. Maybe they're all Zionists!
  6. Pre-Ramadan Sayed Hadi Al-Qazwini Islamic Educational Center of Orange County Syed Baqir Al-Qazwini (1) (2) Ayatollah Sayed Fadhil Milani
  7. As a part of our annual tradition here on ShiaChat, we're making this thread to serve as a repository for Ramadan-themed lectures given by our Shi'I scholars during this holy month of Ramadhan, in the 1440th year after hijra (or 2019 on the Gregorian calendar). Share lectures of whatever language you understand, but please do strive to keep them limited to the Ramadan and pre-Ramadan lectures of this year! For previous years, feel free to browse through the links below and get back into the Ramadan mood!
  8. This bodes well for Eid being on the same day for both sets of muqallideen this year, too.
  9. http://www.journal.forces.gc.ca/vo9/no2/16-engen-eng.asp The theory has its limits, but an interesting read nonetheless.
  10. I remember reading somewhere that the majority of soldiers on either side in the Second World War covertly shot to miss, without even realizing it; it's not in the human nature to kill. These kinds of remorseless killers in 'elite' military units have their purpose, but they're largely abnormal human beings.
  11. That conductor isn't very good at his job.
  12. 15. "I swear by Him Who causes the seed to open and creates the souls of all living things that were it not for the presence of those who have come to swear allegiance to me, were it not for the obligation of rulership now imposed upon me by the availability of aid and support, and were it not for the pledge that God has taken from the scholars of Islam not to remain silent in the face of the gluttony and plundering of the oppressors, on the one hand, and the harrowing hunger and deprivation of the oppressed, on the other hand---were it not for all of this, then I would abandon the reins of government and in no way seek it. You would see that this world of yours, with all of its position and rank, is less in my eyes than the moisture that comes from the sneeze of a goat." [Nahj al-Balāghah, Sermon 3 (The shaqshaqiyyah sermon), as quoted by Imam Khomeini in Hukumat-I-Islami] 16. "And you, O people! You know well that it is not fitting that one who is greedy and parsimonious should attain rule and authority over the honor, lives, and income of the Muslims, and the laws and ordinances enforced among them, and also leadership of them. Furthermore, he should not be ignorant and unaware of the law, lest in his ignorance he mislead the people. He must not be unjust and harsh, causing the people to cease all traffic and dealings with him because of his oppressiveness. Nor must he fear states, so that he seeks the friendship of some and treats others with enmity. He must refrain from accepting bribes when he sits in judgement, so that the rights of men are trampled underfoot and the claimant does not receive his due. He must not leave the practice of the Prophet and law in abeyance, so that the community falls into misguidance and peril." [Nahj al-Balāghah, page 188-189] This tradition, demarcating the scholars as the successors of the Prophet (which is taken by Imam Khomeini to be an implicit endorsement of their divine right of rule), is narrated by Shaykh Sadduq with five chains of transmission in Jami' al-Akhbar, 'Uyun Akhbar ar-Rida, and al-Majalis.
  13. Pretty ironic that in the age of massive campaign donations, the one candidate that made it fashionable to not get any is in the limelight more than all of his billionaire-backed rivals.
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