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  • Why is it not permissible for girls to shape their eyebrows?
    3232 Laws and Jurisprudence 2012/02/08
    The ruling of the grand jurists about girls removing or shaping their eyebrows is as follows:All grand jurists: There is no problem in it per se (although it is not befitting of girls to do so), and in case they shape their eyebrows, they should cover ...
  • Are the elemental bodies of the Prophet of Islam (AS) and Imams in the same places where they were buried?
    1758 Hadith 2017/05/22
    According to some narrations, the elemental bodies of the Prophet (S) and the infallible Imams (AS) are not in the same land where they were buried. In fact, their pure bodies are transferred to the divine ‘arsh (lit. throne). Examples of these narrations will be mentioned in ...
  • Can you please explain why it is haram to marry the wives of the prophet after his demise?
    3855 Laws and Jurisprudence 2009/11/24
    According to verse 6 of surah Ahzab, the wives of the prophet (pbuh) are like the mothers of the believers and have the ruling of their mothers. Consequently, marrying them is haram. Numerous reasons have been mentioned for such, for instance, so that the hypocrites ...
  • Considering verse 70 of Surah al-Isra, is mankind superior to all other beings or to only some of them?
    4356 Exegesis 2015/09/14
    God, the Exalted, says in the Quran regarding the status of mankind in the universe that He granted the offspring of Adam dignity and made them excel other creatures. As for whether or not man is superior to other creatures, a lot of discussions have taken place ...
  • What is the ruling on child custody in the absence of the father?
    3330 Laws and Jurisprudence 2007/01/17
    Grand Ayatollah Khamenei’s responseAccording to Islamic principles, assuming a child’s father passes away, the right to having custody of the child is, also, awarded to the mother up until the child attains the age of puberty. On occasions where the father is absent [for any given reason], such an ...
  • Was Ibn Arabi Shia or Sunni?
    9338 تاريخ بزرگان 2009/08/29
    The complicated personality and his attitude towards different great personalities of different sects has made it difficult to determine what sect Ibn Arabi belonged to, thus there are different viewpoints on this issue. Some say he was Sunni, some say he was a twelve imamer Shia, some say ...
  • Is identification of individuals and personalities in Paradise and Hell possible?
    3332 Traditional 2012/01/28
    In the Holy Book of the Quran, there are verses in witness of the conversation between the dwellers of Paradise and those of Hell, which briefly relate the possibility of information for the dwellers of Paradise about the condition and final position of the people of Hell. ...
  • Why is full hijab compulsory for Muslim women in Iran?
    3897 Laws and Jurisprudence 2011/12/11
    Hijab is one of the Islamic duties which existed in other religions also. It has been stated in the Holy Quran and in numerous traditions that a woman should cover all parts of her body except her face and hands up to the wrists. Therefore, the ...
  • Is divine knowledge merely proven by the teleological argument?
    3653 پروردگار. نامها و ویژگی ها 2012/06/21
    There are many ways to prove divine knowledge: 1. The teleological argument, 2. The argument that one cannot grant what one does possess, 3. The infiniteness of God and His encompassment of the entire universe, 4. A necessity of being a necessary existent, 5. The cause’s knowledge of ...
  • Is it believed by the Shia that the creation of Adam was carried out by the hands of Imam Ali (as)?
    7876 Traditional 2010/06/21
    If some people believe that Imam Ali (as) independently created Prophet Adam (pbuh), it will be against the Quran and considered shirk. Not to mention that the creation of Adam by the physical body (hands) of Imam Ali (as) doesn’t comply with existing realities, because ...