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  1. In my view, one of the most important reasons why Imam AL-Mujtaba (AS) agreed the peace treaty is keeping the religion safe from destroying, because battle with Muslims would have exposed the Islamic lands to the risk of the religion becoming extinct.fighting with Mu'awiya was not a useful decision to make and it just Rome's way to attack Islamic lands. For me, another important reason is that the people refused to help Imam Hasan (AS). In one tradition Imam(AS) says: "If I had a friend or a companion, I would never hand the caliphate on to Mu'awiya, because the caliphate is forbidden to Banu
  2. As our leader has repeatedly said, “humanity needs the holy Quran" but the question is, why do we need the holy Quran? What is the importance of the holy Quran for individuals? To answer I'll mention some points: The holy Quran represents the source of divine guidance for every Muslim. Its revelation to the prophet (pbuh) and his practical performing of the revelation finished God’s grace for humanity. The holy Quran includes all kinds of doctrines of creed, acts and ethics that will make man reach real happiness. The Quran was sent down in order to grow the spirits of people, to complete the
  3. Al—Imam Al—Mahdi; the Just Leader of Humanity This book is written by Ayatollah Ibrahim Amini who is the General Secretary of Assembly of Experts in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This book that is originally written in Farsi is translated by Dr. Abdulaziz Sachedina who is the Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia, U.S.A. It made the English version of the book authentic and to contain the real point that the author wanted to depict in his book. The book is vital to understand the twelver Shia belief in regard with the Twelfth Imam as the just leader of h
  4. By fasting, a Muslim subjugates his worldly desires and strengthens his spiritual powers. He learns a lesson most relevant to his spiritual well-being; he comes to realize that nothing (not even his body and soul) is his own. After this realization, he can appreciate the freedom given to him by God in almost all walks of life during the past eleven months. He will know that he can never claim of that freedom of action as a matter of right. It is just a grace of God for which he should ever remain thankful to Him. As the month of Ramadan prepares a Muslim to become a perfect man, it is c
  5. In the Torah and the Gospel, there are some glad tidings about the emergence of a promised universal reformer who will appear at the End of Time. In following we refer to some of them: In Psalms: In more than 35 places of 150chapters of Psalms we can see glad tidings about the Promised Savior: Psalms, 37:9, "For evildoers shall be cut off: but those that wait upon the LORD, they shall inherit the earth." Psalms, 37:17, "For the arms of the wicked shall be broken: but the LORD upholdeth the righteous." Psalms, 37:18, "The LORD knoweth the days of the upright: and their inheritance
  6. You may have a point but in my opinion we cannot understand the holy Qur'an completely without consulting the conduct and traditions of the holy Prophet (sawas) and the Imams (peace be upon them) because of several reasons: 1- According to the Hadith of Thaqalain, reasoning from the Qur'an without concerning the Household (as) or vice versa is void and rejected. When we consider the Hadith of Thaqalain, the mentioned recommendation becomes completely understandable to us. According to this Hadith, the Qur'an is not something separated from the Imams (as), neither does it have the
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