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  • Who are the Akhbaris and the Osolis?
    4585 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 ...
  • Is questioning pervasive and all-encompassing? What does questioning of prophets mean?
    1490 دلائل عقلی و نقلی معاد 2015/05/03
    An important issue discussed in religious texts in connection with the Day of Resurrection is the subject of questioning on this very day. What is actually inferred from Quranic verses and prophetic traditions is that the questioning is pervasive and it is there for everyone; it is ...
  • What is the difference between Shia and Sunni?
    6899 Traditional 2010/12/06
    Although such a topic requires extensive discussion, we shall briefly mention, in two stages (beliefs and laws), those of the Shiite views which are opposed by Sunnis or a group of them:A) Beliefs: Shia holds that God’s ...
  • Is the Imam of Time (atf) present at all places even in non-Islamic (Jewish) countries?
    2850 Traditional 2010/12/09
    It is not possible from a rational and logical perspective to attain ultimate perfection without divine guidance. God, the Exalted, has sent His proofs to mankind to guide them in the right path in the best possible manner. The prophets and imams have been and are able ...
  • What is ghulu (exaggeration) and how is it possible to avoid it?
    9076 دانش، مقام و توانایی های معصومان 2012/11/17
    Ghulu (exceeding proper limits) means an increase or doing something more than what is ordained by Allah (Exalted be He). The Arabic word 'ghala' (boil) denotes the rise of water because of fire. Therefore, ghulu means exceeding proper limits by doing something more than what is legally ...
  • What is the Quranic perspective about the People of the Book?
    2841 Exegesis 2014/01/27
    The Quran, like many other eloquent speeches, have organized its words on the basis of their audience's needs. In this connection, the personality, conducts, belief etc. of the audience have been taken into consideration. The Holy Quran has addressed the People of the Book in the same ...
  • Is the following hadith correct: This verse was added to Surah Inshirah: “And we made Ali (a.s.) your son-in-law.”?
    5169 Exegesis 2008/05/14
    No hadith with such meaning was found, although there are some hadiths about the last two verses of Surah Inshirah, فإذا فرغت فانصب وإلی ربک فارغب that have been mentioned in hadithic-tafsir books (books that have collected hadiths that explain and interpret quranic verses) such as Tafsir-al-Burhan, Tafsir-al-Thaqalain, etc. These ...
  • Is conditional divorce effective?
    2594 Laws and Jurisprudence 2010/06/21
    One of the conditions of the validity and effectiveness of the divorce formula is for it not to be made contingent upon any condition. Consequently, if the husband says “If Zayd comes you are divorced”[1] or “If the sun rises you are ...
  • If a person sings among some people dancing, will this singing be an instance of ghina?
    2368 Laws and Jurisprudence 2012/01/19
    Ghina denotes a kind of singing accompanied by vocal undulation and tarab (rapture) so that it is suitable for gatherings of lahw and sin – it is haram and both singing and listening to it is haram.[1]According ...
  • What will Prophet Isa’s (pbuh) role be during the return of Imam Mahdi (aj)?
    4520 Traditional 2009/09/23
    This question doesn’t have a brief answer. Please click on the detailed answer. ...

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