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The Ali (as) symbol on Shiachat logo

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There is no doubt, Ali (عليه السلام) is one of the greatest human beings to have ever existed. The hero of Islam, more beloved to us than our own mothers and fathers. His name, uttering it, is a blessing itself if it is in the remembrance of God. But, the Islam brought by Muhammed (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and ale Muhammed (عليه السلام) was one that pointed us back to Allah, our creator. The indivisible, all powerful originator of all of created reality. Nahj-ul-Balagha, if one reads it, would make one think this was a man who never stopped talking about God. He somehow made everything linked to God, our higher selves, how this would manifest in the hereafter.  

I propose, the logo changes to either of the following:

1. Allah in Arabic

2. La ilaha Ilaallah

3. Ila Ilaha Illahallah , Muhammed Rasullulah 

4. Allah, Muhammed, Rasul - as was alleged to be the ring of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم)

5. Salwat: O Allah , Send your blessings of Muhammed and his Family : This would make it categorically clear Allah is the centre, and we wish blessings to be sent on the Prophet (the foundation of Islam) and then by extension, his ahlulbayt, those who preserved his Sunnah. 

Every suggestion above can be condensed in a beautiful Arabic calligraphy that would fit that small space or even a small ring. They have been written in English for a wider audience to appreciate. 


A symbol tells the world , in a snapshot, what you are about. We Shias, are about Allah, and the path to Allah, which is the Prophet, and the best way to the true teachings of the Prophet, his Ahlulbayt. A salawat like this best conveys us:







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