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  • Which surah is Surah Bani Israel?
    4926 Quranic Studies 2009/11/25
    The seventeenth surah of the Quran, is Surah Bani Israel which contains 111 verses. This surah is also known as surah ‘Isra’ and ‘Subhan’. The reason for naming this surah ‘Bani Israel’ is because in this surah, the different stages and states of Bani Israel have been mentioned ...
  • Is masturbation a cardinal sin? What are the ways to avoid it?
    12776 Laws and Jurisprudence 2009/12/20
    Self-satisfaction which is called masturbation is a cardinal sin and haram [i] and there is a heavy punishment for that. The best way to avoid masturbation is to get married (permanently or temporarily) under special conditions stipulated in religious articles. If ...
  • Who are the Akhbaris and the Osolis?
    5413 Philosophy of History 2010/04/19
    The Akhbaris are the adherents of the ahadith whom the Shia call Akhbaris. They do not believe in Ijtihad and only follow the ahadith. On the other side there is a great group of Muslim scholars known as the Osolioon, they believe that the rulings of Islam should ...
  • Which of the prophets are still alive?
    5527 2015/06/09
    Dear User, Allamah Tabatabai (RA) interpreting the verse 65 of Surah al-Kahf (Then they found one from among Our servants whom We had granted mercy from Us and whom We had taught knowledge from Ourselves[1]) appertained to Prophet Moses (AS) and Prophet Khidr (AS) quotes narrations ...
  • Why is music haram while man’s nature is inclined towards it? Please list the reasons behind the permissibility or impermissibility of music.
    8215 Laws and Jurisprudence 2010/11/09
    1. Most jurists have given fatwa on the impermissibility of lahvi (vain and licentious) music and they have not considered all kinds of music to be forbidden. Therefore, one cannot say that all types of music are haram.2. The main reason behind why ...
  • What is the meaning of "Shaf'a Prayer" and what is its relationship with intercession?
    4670 Exegesis 2014/09/09
    The word "shaf'" literally means adding something to something else. It also means "even" as opposed to odd. The Quranic verse says "wash-shaf'a wal-watr" in which "shaf' means even while "watr" means "one".[1] " Shafa'ah" (intercession) is derived from "shaf'" which means adding something ...
  • What is the best name one can pick for their child?
    4005 Contextual study 2011/04/21
    Names portray the owner of the name and whenever a name is said, the owner immediately comes to mind, therefore it is important to choose suitable and good names. It has been mentioned in ahadith that the best and most suitable name is one that denotes obedience; the ...
  • Is there any narration in which the reappearance of the Imam of Time (atf) may have been promised following the death of a king called Abdullah?
    3527 Contextual study 2011/01/10
    As you have rightly mentioned in your message to us, there is hadith narrated by Abu Basir from Imam Sadiq (a.s) in which the disintegration of a dynasty following the death of an individual called "Abdullah" has been prophesied and there is also a glad-tiding ...
  • Who are the Ahlul-Bayt?
    25494 Traditional 2007/05/24
    The Prophet of Islam’s (s) Ahlul-Bayt are the same as the people of the cloak: Prophet Muhammad (s), ‘Alī, Fātimah, Hassan, and Hussayn (a). The proof for this is numerous traditions narrated by Shia and Sunni scholars. These traditions are found in more than seventy famous Sunni and Shia sources.
  • Has the Quran mentioned anything about Khidhr?
    7529 Quranic Studies 2008/09/03
    The Quran hasn’t clearly mentioned the name of Khidhr, yet he has been referred to as “One of Our servants whom We had granted a grace from Ourselves, and taught him a knowledge from Our own”[i] (which indicates his ...