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  1. So I just checked out Reza Aslan's latest book called God A Human History. I'm only in the first third, but it appears Aslan purports a pantheistic view of divinity and advocates regressing from humankind's tendency to humanize God by attributing emotion to him. How does our school approach this? Is it acceptable to essentially believe God is everything - even us.
  2. English Pakistani Sunni scholars pilgrimage Imam Reza holy shrine (AhlulBayt News Agency) - Twenty Sunni scholars from Pakistan living in England went on pilgrimage of Razavi Holy Shrine in Razavi Karamat Ten Days Celebration. According to Astan News, head of this group said, “A 20-person group including prominent and effective religious scholars residing in England visited Mashhad and Razavi Holy Shrine”. Ja’far Najm stated, “After visiting Razavi Holy Shrine, the group met with Hujjat al-Islam wa al-Muslimin Imami, Educational Assistant of Razavi University of Islamic Sciences, and got familiar with activities, fields of study, establishment method and cultural activities of this university”. He recognized Imam Reza’s (A.S.) Holy Shrine as a center for unity of Muslims and added, “In addition to receive spiritual emanations, pilgrimage of Sunni Muslims in this holy place consolidates Muslims’ unity”. On the sideline of his visitation in Razavi Holy Shrine, Seyyed Amir Hossein Naqvi, another member of the group stated, “Grandeur and vastness of this holy place is exemplary and unexplainable. Devotion and affection toward Imam Reza (A.S.) is like an elixir which close our hearts to each other, despite of our different Islamic sects”. Birmingham’s Friday leader said that western countries try to tarnish Islam’s face by forming and supporting Wahhabism and Isis. He also added, “Unity among Sunni and Shia Muslims has to be followed seriously so that we can resist against evil plots of the enemy”. “Thanks to God, I have had the success of visiting Razavi Shrine for a few times. However, I am very happy today because my current visitation is happening in Karamat Ten Days Celebration”, he stated. Qur’an museum was introduced by Birmingham Friday Leader as one of the most equipped museums in the Islamic world. He also added, “This museums’ Qur’ans can be found nowhere and it has perfectly shown greatness of Islamic culture to the people of the world”. It is worth mentioning that the group visited Astan Quds Razavi’s physical education institute on the first day of its presence in Mashhad. It should also be mentioned that during their presence in Mashhad, members of this group also met with Ayatollah Noori Hamedani. http://en.abna24.com/news/iran/english-pakistani-sunni-scholars-pilgrimage-imam-reza-holy-shrine_845238.html
  3. (bismillah) (salam) Just wanted to inform my brothers and sisters about the official Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (as) Online Chat Rooms which operates in English, Persian and Arabic. The good in it is that you can learn while you chat and have fun with the rest. It might be boring at times, but then again, what isn't? This is there link with their schedule and how to take part (It needs paltalk messenger basically and then you search "haram" for their room. The instructions have been written for someone who knows nothing about technology!): http://imamrezashrine.aqr.ir/Portal/home/?40541/Timetable%20of%20Scheduled%20Lectures (wasalam) and Thanks :) P.S. You can contribute by spreading the word. Many might be interested :yaali:
  4. Impressive scene from shrine of Imam Reza A.S in MAshhad
  5. Al Salaamu 3alaykum, I RARELY have dreams...like once every 4 months or more! Its not that I don't have them, everyone has dreams(around 2-4 every night). But I just don't remember them... But, with God's will, I remembered this one, and I just had to share it. Here goes: It starts in Iran(I live in Lebanon) and I go to Imam Ali Ridha's Shrine. It was much different than the pictures, there weren't as many people as I expected, and men and women were mixed(don't ask). Also, when I entered the main room(where Imam Ali Ridha is buried), there was just a wall with a black covering on it. I blink and suddenly I am by the wall. I get close to it and start kissing it and crying(I have never cried in any majlis...EVER! I just don't know why). But suddenly, I get thrown by an invisible power across the whole room and the dream finishes. I would appreciate tafseerat of this dream warmly... Thank you!
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