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  1. Salam Alaykum my brother,

    Please forgive me for asking, but you posted a response some time ago that interested me, regarding Al Ahraaz (plural of Hirz) .

    Is this narrated any wear and are there any requirements when it comes to wearing an armband.

    Many thanks


  2. Salam, This is a 1st time translation of Allamah Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Tabatabai's book "Risalah al-Wilayah". It's a complete translation of the original text, along with footnotes, explanations etc Regards, Kumail
  3. Salam, Please go to the link provided in the initial post, fill out the form and we'll be in contact with your immediately inshAllah. Regards, Mohamad
  4. Risalah al-Wilayah is a treatise written by ‘Allamah Seyyid Muhammad Husain Tabatabai (quddisa sirruh) on the subject of Islamic spirituality and ‘Irfan, according to the Ahlul Bayt (a.s.) School of Thought, translated into English by Zaid Alsalami, a student of the Hawzah of Qom. According to Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA.ir), it is a book that explains the human perfection that is achieved by the saints, or awliya’ of Allah and the lofty stations they reach in the ladder of mental, spiritual and practical wayfaring. As Ayatullah Jawadi ‘Amuli said in favour of this book, “It is the best of ‘Allamah’s works’. ‘Allamah Tabatabai is the same author of the famous Tafsir, al-Mizan. The translation won the award of ‘Best English Translation’ in the Sheikh Tusi Competition in Qom, 2009. Do you Wish to know the answers to these Questions: What is the Shari’ah, and what are the realities of our acts of worshipping? How do we understand the sayings of the Infallibles (a.s.) in a spiritual way? Is there an esoteric and inner side to our religion? How do we find the true form of our Religion? What kind of world do we live in? How important is it to relinquish Dunya? Can I have access to the realm of the Unseen, and benefit from it? What is Irfan? Is Irfan a part of Islam, and the Ahlul Bayt (a.s.) Tradition? Why are some people so much against Irfan? What is the purpose of the creation of Mankind? How can I know ‘Myself’ (ma’rifatul-Nafs)? How can I begin the Journey towards Perfection? What will I achieve through Perfection? What is Fana’ –Annihilation, and how can I get to this stage? Is there anything beyond the spiritual station of Fana’? How can I gain the level of Wilayah? What is Wilayah in Irfan, and how can I become one? If these interesting questions, and many more are issues that you’ve thought about and want to find a strong and authoritive answer to, then you must have a copy of ‘Vicegerency’, or ‘Risalah al-Wilayah’, written by ‘Allamah Seyyid Muhammad Husain Tabatabai, the famous author of the 20 volume Commentary on the holy Quran ‘al-Mizan fi Tafseer al-Qur’an’. This treatise is a discourse written by the heir of Islamic philosophy in the contemporary world and a master of Islamic mysticism and spiritualism. Risalah al-Wilayah explains the human perfection that is achieved by the saints or vicegerents of Allah and the lofty stations they reach in the ladder of mental, spiritual and practical wayfaring. In the author’s view, the ultimate goal of all divine scriptures is to direct mankind towards perfection and to reach the level of sainthood and absolute reality, and the particulars of religious legislation aim at creating the spiritual and social climate necessary for this path to perfection. To order your copy, please visit: http://www.kumail.me/2010/05/15/vicegerency-risalah-al-wilayah/#order
  5. (bismillah) (salam) I think one of the Maraji` living in Iraq or Iran should live in the west for a while.. Just to get a better understanding what life is like in the West, as opposed to life in Iraq or Iran.. If you walk into an interview and stare at the table, instead of making eye contact with the interviewer who happens to be a female, you wouldn't get the job. That of course is only one example, let alone all the others. Religion is not all white and black... There are certain grey areas and exceptions.. However, these grey areas and exceptions need to be detailed by the Maraji` and I think the best way to do it is by leaving the turban at home, going to a country in the West (America, Canada, UK, Australia etc) and checking things out... Anyhow, who cares... Regards, Kumail
  6. salaaam kumail :D

    mabroook for the baby !!!

  7. ^ reminds me of Lebanon year 10 certificate lol The exam supervisors were coming around asking us if we needed any help and sometimes exchanging papers between students lol I think they were making sure that if you help someone, they help you back in return, just in order to maintain justice amongst students lol
  8. (salam) Here's my 2 cents worth though a little bit off-topic... I think Shias should wake up and look out the window.. There's a zionist enemy working day & nigh to destroy us.. Why not do Zanjeer on them instead? ;) Just a thought :) Regards, Kumail
  9. (salam) Regardless whether tatoos are haram or not and seeing you are after protection in your day-to-day life, why not wear one of the Ahraaz (plural of Hirz) which are usually worn around the arm or hung on a necklace like: I am sure you can get your hands on one of these which contain certain duas and thikr which have been narrated from the Ahlulbayt(pbut) as being recommended to wear and carry with you all the time. I mean, at the end of the day, if this type of protection (i.e. the Hirz) bothers you, you can take the necklace or armband off and thats it. But if you get to a stage where you've tatooed something on and your skin starts to sag, hence the tatoo become blurry or messed up; or even if you decide to get rid of it, it'll be hard and painful :) If you think this is a better alternative but can't your hands on one of them, PM me and i'll help you out. Regards, Kumail
  10. (salam) The Ilm al-Jafr (Knowledge of Jafr) is not accessible by anyone; it is rather a type of knowledge, exclusive to the Imams of the Ahlulbayt(pbut) which they inherit from one another. Thus, it is now with Imam al-Mahdi(ajtfs) and will reveal it when He(ajtfs) re-appears. According to the narrations of Ahlulbayt(pbut), al-Jafr contains the knowledge of what was (i.e. past), what is (i.e. present) and what is to be till the day of Judgment (i.e. future). It is also mentioned that the Holy Prophet(pbuh&hf) taught it to Imam Ali(pbuh) who wrote it on skin and with his handwritting. I hope this was of help to you. Regards, Kumail
  11. (salam) America is their stage... Bush, Blair, the Queen, Rudd etc are their puppets... Satan is their Lord... New World Order is their goal... The Illuminati OWN (NWO flipped backwards) us, they are here, right under our noses, yet we're asleep.. They are working day & night while we run after the dollar to pay our loans/mortgages/finances/expenses... May Allah(swt) protect us! Regards, Kumail
  12. Did he not realise that Saddam & American are two faces of the same coin? America is trying to control Iraq. Saddam was controlling Iraq. America is killing innocent people. Saddam killed innocent people. etc etc So why didn't this "Mujahid", this lethal warrior, rise and fight Saddam? And we wonder... Regards, Kumail
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