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  1. https://www.houseoftaha.com/products/cell-no-14 PREVIOUS SLIDE NEXT SLIDE Cell No.14 AMIN PUBLICATIONS Regular price£18.00 Default Title Quantity ADD TO CART This autobiography covers the first half of the life of the leader of the Islamic Revolution Sayyid Ali Khamenei, from his early childhood all the way to the 1979 Islamic Revolution that brought the monarchical regime to an end in Iran. It provides a gripping account of a life full of struggle and fighting for justice and establishing an Islamic order in his country. It is a remarkable saga of a young cleric blessed with an indomitable spirit who fights a dictatorial regime with his sermons and speeches as well as with his organisational abilities. He never loses hope despite being sent to prison and exile, and finally emerged victorious against all odds. This book serves as a source of inspiration to all activists around the globe who are trying to bring about social and political change. This book contains beautiful illustrations depicting different stages in the life of Ayatollah Khamenei. https://www.houseoftaha.com/products/cell-no-14 YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE Islamic Governance £12.99 GBP ADD TO CART Shining Sun £15.00 GBP ADD TO CART Kitab Al-Irshad: The Book of Guidance £25.99 GBP ADD TO CART Prophetic Traditions in Islam £14.99 GBP ADD TO CART Spiritual Psychology: The Fourth Intellectual Journey in Transcendant Philosophy £35.99 GBP ADD TO CART The Faith of Shia Islam £4.99 GBP ADD TO CART An Altar of Roses £15.99 GBP ADD TO CART Islamuna - Our Islam £9.00 GBP ADD TO CART https://www.houseoftaha.com/products/cell-no-14 Powered by Simile.ai Delivery Information Refund Policy Privacy Statement Terms of Service Contact us Join our mailing list SUBSCRIBE Facebook Instagram © 2021, House of Taha, Brought to you by AIM https://www.houseoftaha.com/products/cell-no-14
  2. Asking for my family/extended family members in Pakistan, whom I may not be able to join on a trip to Iraq/Iran: which ziarat/tour operators would you recommend, and that you have tried and tested? I would like the operator to manage all main components of the trip (visas, hotels, etc.) with minimal supervision of my family, as they are elderly.
  3. On a very serious note, Sunni brothers really need to check the works Im posting in the comments below. These works identify SUFYANI I, predict the rise of SUFYANI II in this decade and more importantly notify the already over first coming of DAJJAL and warn against the more dangerous second coming of DAJJAL masquerading as Mahdi, ALL FROM SUNNI PROPHECIES ONLY. More than just theories, most of the matter in these works consists of almost ascertained facts, fulfilled prophecies and prophecies very close to being fulfilled.
  4. Iran has a new president. He could end up being much more than that. (msn.com)
  5. Report details China and Iran's 'pragmatic' anti-U.S. partnership Jenna McLaughlin ·National Security and Investigations Reporter Mon, June 28, 2021, 9:06 AM Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photo: idea Ink Design/Shutterstock WASHINGTON — Leaders in Tehran and Beijing have grown closer over recent years, developing economic, intelligence sharing and diplomatic ties in a partnership broadly “opposed to the U.S.-led international order,” according to a new report released by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission. In line with President Biden’s contention that the U.S. is facing a monumental test to demonstrate the value of democracy over autocracy, the report outlines two opponents to that proposition: an increasingly powerful China and a destabilizing Iran. While Beijing has some reservations toward coziness with Tehran, including a fear of a conflict between Tehran and Washington threatening energy markets, the two U.S. adversaries find common ground counterbalancing Western systems and deriving mutual benefit, the authors of the report suggest. In particular, according to the report, Iran helped spread popular Chinese anti-U.S. disinformation concerning the COVID-19 pandemic in recent months and propped up other domestic Chinese policies, while Beijing circumvents global sanctions to be “Iran’s primary oil customer.” - ADVERTISEMENT - The report also cites a Yahoo News series of investigations about Iran’s intelligence sharing with China that resulted in the detention and deaths of U.S. intelligence sources around the world, threatening U.S. security. The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, an independent government agency created in 2000 under the Floyd D. Spence National Defense Authorization Act, looks at the national security implications of trade and economic ties between the United States and China, drafting annual reports to Congress in addition to publishing more specific, subject-matter investigations. While the reports describe ties between Beijing and Tehran as initially more “limited,” the relationship has solidified in recent years, including through a recent formalized economic and security agreement, outlining an expansion in Chinese presence in Iranian industries as well as a $400 billion investment in exchange for Iranian resources, primarily oil, and military cooperation. Some experts dismissed the arrangement and the advertised investment as overblown, but it is evidence of ongoing partnership, the authors suggest. The commission report says Beijing needs to balance its commitments to Iran with other priorities in the region, including increasing ties to oil-rich Gulf nations like the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Additionally, Beijing benefits from U.S. distraction in the Middle East and U.S. security arrangements, the authors argue. However, a more intense conflict between the U.S. and Iran, including a war, would likely be damaging to Chinese energy interests in the region. As Tehran’s international isolation and reliance on Beijing for economic and diplomatic support against U.S. pressure have increased, even issues like Beijing’s detention of Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang haven’t proved a roadblock to cooperation between the two countries, according to the report. Iran signed on to a letter to the U.N. Human Rights Council supporting the Xinjiang detention system in 2019, and Iranian media outlets have defended the policy, which U.S. officials have decried as a form of “genocide.” While partnership between Beijing and Tehran may include some caveats, the authors of the report conclude, “the two regimes’ shared anti-U.S. policy orientation has long-term implications for Washington’s interests in both the Middle East and the Indo-Pacific.” ____
  6. Iran Foils Attack on Nuclear Facility Near Country's Capital
  7. Iranian warships will be heading to the Atlantic sometime this week Iranian Navy ships could reach the Atlantic by Thursday (msn.com)
  8. Salaam, Jordan, Egypt, UAE, Bahrain, Sudan, Saudi Arabia (apparently) and now Morocco: https://www.aljazeera.com/amp/news/2020/12/10/israel-morocco-agree-to-normalise-relations-in-us-brokered-deal#click=https://t.co/banbRgkQLn Who's next in the chain of normalization and how can this change the political situation in the Middle-East in favor of Israel?
  9. I plan on studying at a hawza but I'm not sure which to choose, Najaf or Qom. Qom seems safer than Najaf, and preferable to those who support Wilayatul Faqih, but I have read that a lot of former Qom/Iranian scholars relocated to Najaf/Iraq because of the politics that go around in the Iranian seminaries. Personally I'm leaning on Najaf because I read that there are a lot more choices of subjects to choose and learn and students don't have to worry about politics but at the same time I also want to study Farsi and hone it and I don't know if the seminaries in Najaf/Iraq offer Farsi courses. I would like to hear your thoughts on this.
  10. As 100 days passed, this thread would be dedicated to the Hero, Soldier of Islam, Shahid Lieutenant General Hajj Ghasem Suleimani. "And never think of those who have been killed in the cause of Allah as dead. Rather, they are alive with their Lord, receiving provision [3:169]" Link to download the video
  11. Inna Lillahe wa Inna Ilaihe Rajeoon Need to discuss about the personality as I have heard very less about him? @Ashvazdanghe @Hameedeh
  12. Pentagon Orders B-52 Flights to Middle East https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/10/world/middleeast/bombers-iran-deterrence.html The US just sent a warning to Iran in the form of two B-52H Stratofortress bombers https://www.businessinsider.com/us-warns-iran-with-b-52-stratofortress-bomber-flights-2020-12 U.S. flew two bombers from Louisiana over the Persian Gulf to deter Iran, says military https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/national-security/u-s-flew-two-bombers-louisiana-over-persian-gulf-deter-n1250682 What are your thoughts?
  13. I just read an article at https://www.npr.org/2019/01/31/690363402/how-the-cia-overthrew-irans-democracy-in-four-days. And was wondering how could Muslim Clergy be duped by bribery in order to overthrow Mohammad Mossadegh for the Shah? Was the concept and standards that we hold our Shia Ayatollahs nowadays absent? I don't get how Ayatollah's could accept bribery from Kermit Roosevelt (CIA) so that they could help in overthrowing Mossadegh for the last shah? Weren't the ideals of Mossadegh better than what the Shah could ever provide...which also led to his demise leading up to the 1979 revolution? I am curious on anyone's take regarding this subject because it really is mind-boggling why even the religious clergy men were open to accepting bribes. Was the fear of Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) absent or something? Were they not well-versed on the subject of accepting bribery in Islam? I get that Britain was mad over Mossadegh's oil nationalization idea and asked the US to help, but how could any clergymen be okay with accepting bribes so that the last Shah could come to power. Were the clergy unaware of the western radicalization of the Shah family?
  14. Salam Aleikom, I recently made a video on Iran and North Korea's friendship and how it began. Feedback is greatly appreciated. You can check out the video by clicking on the thumbnail below or clicking here. How Iran and North Korea became the best of friends in an age of imperialism, and challenged the world. What are the origins of this strange relationship and how does it endure? This vlog is about how Iran and North Korea became the best of friends in an age of imperialism. Information on Iran and North Korea is pretty hard to come by. And there's a reason for that. Both of these countries were born out of revolution and war. They insist on their national sovereignty, their economic, cultural and military independence. And that culminates into both of them being a thread to the American Grand Strategy, its global imperialism and the imposed hegemonic order of Bretton Woods. But these countries are more than just strategic partners in light of an American threat. The Islamic Republic and the People's Democratic Republic of Korea, they generally like each other. What are the origins of this strange relationship and how does it endure? This vlog is about how Iran and North Korea became the best of friends in an age of imperialism.
  15. isn't it a bit hypocritical of Iran to be criticising the USA in the midst of the BLM protests while they themselves are violating human rights by allegedly killing Afghans? 1. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-afghanistan-iran-migrants-exclusive/exclusive-afghan-lawmakers-say-45-migrants-drowned-after-iranian-guards-forced-them-into-river-idUSKBN22J26U 2. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/05/iran-forces-accused-drowning-afghans-pandemic-200503144241565.html 3. https://www.rferl.org/a/iranian-border-guards-accused-of-torturing-drowning-afghan-migrants/30595702.html 4. https://www.avatoday.net/node/10210
  16. Iran Has/Wants Nuclear Weapons? To date, no concrete evidence has been presented about the existence of a nuclear weapons program in Iran. Each and every inspect report by the IAEA and the National Intelligence Estimate has confirmed that Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program. Leader of Islamic Revolution has denounced nuclear weapons as un-Islamic and stated unequivocally that Islam forbids the “production and stock piling of nuclear weapons.” The Iranian fatwa against nuclear weapons is a registered document with the UN. Iran has been the only country to lobby for a nuclear-free Middle East. In contrast, Israel has yet to agree to a single IAEA inspection, and its nuclear weapons plant in Dimona is an open secret used to intimidate the Palestinians and neighboring countries. Iran Threatened to Wipe Israel off the Map? The world hears incessantly how Iranian president Ahmedinjad threatened to “wipe Israel off the map.” yet, not a single translation of this speech has been made to clearly prove he made this statement. In 2005, the newly-elected Ahmedinjad was giving a speech at a conference in Tehran about Zionism. He quoted the founder of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini, and said, “Imam ghoft een rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv shavad.” A direct translation of this is: “The Imam [Khomeini] said [the] regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time.” The words “wiped off the map” are not to be found in that sentence, and any amateur translator will tell you nagsheh, the Persian term for map, is not found in that sentence. In the speech, Ahmedinjad further stated that just as the Soviet regime had fallen, the Zionist one would too. He did not say Israel was going to be wiped off any map. Obviously when the Soviet regime collapsed, was Russia wiped off the map? In the same infamous speech, Ahmedinjad called for a Middle East where Muslims, Jews, and Christians would live in a real democracy and in liberty. For the record, Iran has not launched an attack on any nation in the past 300 years, but it has defended itself against assaults by other countries. Compare this track record to that of the biggest war monger in the Middle East, the same one that uses cluster bombs to take out innocent children. The Iranians are Eagerly Awaiting the Arrival of “US Democracy”? American-style democracy has taken over the Middle East; just ask the Iraqis and Afghans how happy they are post-American liberation of their countries. Operation Iraqi Freedom has only cost 1.3 million Iraqi lives to date. In the last Iranian elections, an overwhelming 85 percent of voters turned out to pick the next president, and practically every pre-election poll showed President Ahmedinjad with a significant lead over his opponents. However, the West continues to claim Iran is not a democratic country despite it being the only Middle Eastern country with transparent elections and a fully functional parliament. Western hypocrisy of this magnitude must be respected, and the West has yet to call its allies (Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia) for throwing political opponents in jail and never holding elections. By all instances, Iran is a democratic society, but to the United States and its allies, the very existence of a democracy in Iran is a threat. They removed this threat in 1953 when they overthrew the democratically-elected government and put in the totalitarian Shah. Speaking of democracy and sovereignty, the US would know a thing or two about those terms, considering for the past 30 years we have tried to overthrow the Iranian government and laid siege upon siege on the Iranian people. More recently, Congress voted to allocate 120 million dollars for anti-regime media broadcasts into Iran. It doesn’t end there. The US also generously donated 60-75 million dollars to fund and support violent underground extremist groups MKO, one of the largest anti-Iran terrorist organizations. Democracy in the Middle East is synonymous with murderous and catastrophic regime change. Iran Is Five Years Away from a Nuclear Bomb? Every few months, the United States and Britain try to scare us out of sleeping at night by saying Iran is five years away from a nuclear bomb. Here’s the problem: Iran has been “five years away from a nuclear bomb” for the past four decades. Obama was asked by a Washington Post reporter if he would “call on Israel to declare its nuclear program and sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty.” The usually eloquent Obama stuttered his way through a response once he finally regained his composure and stated, “And, as far as Israel goes, I’m not going to comment on their program.” Maybe he should leave Iran’s peaceful program alone and worry about the nuclear warheads Israel and India have. http://shervinandpol...-few-questions/
  17. My mother is telling me that there was some sort of an explosion at a plant (not sure whether Nuclear or not) in Iran. I haven't heard anything about this on here, anybody have any information? @Ashvazdanghe do you have any data on this? I'm curious because there has been some sort of a nuclear release (non life threatening) somewhere over the past week or so, as elevated levels of caesium and ruthenium along with some other artificial nuclides detected in Sweden, Finland, and Estonia but so far out of 47 countries reporting, nobody knows where the release has come from. Wondering maybe if the first event did happen, if it's related to the nuclear material release. Thanks in advance
  18. Sallam. May someone please inform me of any 'Persian' mosque or TV channel that is allowing anyone to recite lines of latmiyas, poetry etc? I am willing to recite lines on any live program insha'Allah. Please mention opportunities in the comments, it would help me alot. Thanks.
  19. Assalam o Alaikum In the name of Allah most high. I have questions about, requirements for men entering howza. 1. What kind of requirements are there when it comes to your appearance like hair, clothes and style. 2. Should you as a man shave your head off before traveling to any hawza in Asia? 3. Should you grow beard?
  20. As-Salamu-Alaykum Many Sunnis look up to previous Khilafah, like the Ottoman Empire, and whilst we lament some of the actions taken near the end (e.g. Tanzimat reform), we generally appreciate these previous Muslim Empires in their general outlook. I understand that Shi'a/Iranians dislike the Pahlavi dynasty, but what do you think of the dynasty before it? In fact are there any Shi'ite empires/kingdom you guys look up to and admire as good/ok historical examples of an Islamic state - or is that not important for you guys?
  21. Is there a Tauzeeh-ul-Masail of Ayatullah Khamenei (online or otherwise)? I have heard that he has not published or translated it???? The only thing I can find on the Net is Question and Answer books. How is someone to be a Muqallid of Aga Khamenei without an actual comprehensive Tauzeeh-ul-Masail, rather than these crummy Q&A books? This is the closest thing I've found so far: http://www.islam-pure.de/imam/fatwas/practical00.htm Thanks in Advance
  22. Salam alaykoum friends, I study politics and I am working on a paper regarding the Houthi ideology and specially the relation with Iran. I am trying to present the ideological importance of the Islamic Revolution in Iran in the conflict now in Yemen (not regarding military help or anything, but ideological affinity and inspiration), I need to find writings/sermons/interviews regarding this topic. I have heard of a book, or writings called "Bright Pages of the Life of the Martyred Leader Hussein Badr al-Din al–Houthi" in which al-Houthi would speak of its affinity with Khomeini's mission and ideology. Any suggestions on this topic would be greatly appreciated. Be blessed and ma'a salâma
  23. Can there be understanding, tolerance and mutual respect toward Salafis and Salafism under the, in the Islamic Republic of Iran anyway, oft-propounded ideal of Islamic Unity?
  24. Oh Sudair, stay at your homes and be quiet as the day and the night, and don't move, and when you see that the Sufiyani has arrived, then come to us. Al-Kafi Vol. 8 Hadith 383 ورأيت الفقيه يتفقه لغير الدين، يطلب الدنيا والرئاسة And you will see the jurist (faqīh) study jurisprudence (fiqh) for other than religion, and seek this world and leadership. Al-Kāfī Volume 8, page 40. عنه، عن أحمد بن محمد، عن الحسين بن سعيد. عن حماد بن عيسى. عن الحسين بن المختار، عن أبي بصير، عن أبي عبد الله (عليه السلام) قال: كل راية ترفع قبل قيام القائم فصاحبها طاغوت يعبد من دون الله عز وجل. Abi 'Abd Allah (عليه السلام) said: "Every banner/flag which rises before the rising of al-Qa'im, so its owner is a tyrant who worships someone apart from Allah (azwj). al-Kafi volume 8 page 295 "Beware of the government, for the government surely is for the Imam (عليه السلام) who is knowledgeable of Judgements, for justice among the Muslims, a Prophet (s) or the Trustee (عليه السلام) of the Prophet (s) is the only authority. References: Al-Kafi vol. 6 page 406 Wasa'il al-Shi'a volume 27 page 17
  25. 1. who here in shiachat absolutely hates Iran, why and what is your solution , as I don't want people complaining without giving solutions. 2.Who here in shiachat likes Iran , why and what has led you to like the country despite recent events. 3.Is it possible that due to recent events, the us might use that to justify a probable invasion of Iran or maybe a middle eastern country like Lebanon which is with Iran , etc ? Feel free to answer one or all of the following questions.
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