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Audhu Billahi Minash Shaithanir Rajee Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem Assalamu Alaikom So, last night I had a dream where I was travelling with a group of people through some small towns, where we entered a library. There was a part where nobody else went, containing Islamic books. The writing was in some Arabic or possibly Farsi/Urdu alphabet. I didn't pay attention to the lettering, I just knew what they were. Kneeled down beside me, was the grey outline of a man, who introduced himself as a martyr of Karbala. He also said he knew Imam Husayn (alaihe salam). Then he left, and I b
After discussing with other members, I have decided to share a chapter I am writing for my enlightenment class. The paper focuses on Karbala, and dissects the events through four main content areas: history, philosophy, art, and science (psychology). Here is the second chapter on philosophy: (I would appreciate advice) Chapter II: The Philosophy of Imam Husayn (as) ————————————————————————————————— Utilizing Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave,” found within The Republic, as an essential framework for deciphering and illuminating the philosophy of Imam Husayn (as), I will establish the histor
There is often a tendency in people to distance themselves from the acts they perceive to be dishonourable, disloyal etc. However, it is also common for human being to see the twig in another’s eye, and forget the log in their own. In these days, as we remember the trials that the family of Prophet Muhammad faced, and the statements that were made those days, it is quite easy to convince oneself that they would indeed have been “with” and his companion and achieved thefawzan adheema (great success) with them. However, we must also ask ourselves, were there no Muslims at the time of Imam Husayn
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