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  • Is it possible to throw some light on the life and messengership of Prophet Hud (a.s.)?
    3667 تاريخ بزرگان 2013/05/15
    Prophet Hud is one of the divine prophets whose name has been mentioned seven times in Surah al-Araf and Surah al-Shu’ara. He is among the descendants (great grandsons) of Prophet Noah (a.s.) with seven generations away. He was called ‘Hud’ because he had been protected from the ...
  • What is philosophy? Why is it bad?
    5554 Contextual study 2012/06/02
    As for your question about the alleged hadith, we should say that we looked for it in our hadith collections but we did not find it. As for the definition of philosophy, it has been defined in a number of different ways, and in one ...
  • Who became prophets in their childhood?
    3736 پیامبران و کتابهای آسمانی 2013/12/05
    Following a research in the verses of the Holy Quran and sayings of the Infallibles (A.S) about the prophetic mission of the prophets, we came t the conclusion that only two prophets were appointed as prophets in their childhood and God granted them knowledge, wisdom and books.
  • What were Islam's propagation methods?
    11524 تبلیغ و گفتگو 2012/08/21
    Propagation means conveying a message and since the mission of all divine prophets particularly the holy prophet of Islam (S) was to bring humanity forth from darkness into light, propagation enjoys significant importance as a means to convey God's message to His servants. Propagation methods in Islam ...
  • What difference do God's knowledge, power, justice and life make with the same attributes in human beings?
    3610 Traditional 2011/12/19
    God, the Exalted, is characteristic of such attributes (e.g. knowledge, power and life etc.) which indicate the perfection of His essence.Man also possesses these characteristics and is qualified by them. He is powerful, knowledgeable and alive but with God's permission. The qualities with ...
  • What is the meaning of \'al-Islam\' in the verse 19 of Sura Aal-e Imran?
    5334 Modern 2012/04/04
    The literal meaning of Islam is absolute submission to the will of Allah. The term "religion" reflects God's expectations from mankind in matters related to his individual and social thoughts, conducts and behaviors and also the way he establishes his relationship with God and others. Hence, one who ...
  • How divorce is granted?
    3335 طلاق 2014/10/15
    1. Divorce is a one-sided contract (which is one of the unilateral obligations "iqa'at") and it is carried out by the husband unilaterally even though the woman may not consent to it." Therefore, a man can divorce his wife one-sidedly in accordance with the rules prescribed by ...
  • What legal reference do we have for Eid Nowruz?
    16276 Contextual study 2011/05/22
    This eid is an ancient Persian holiday that was marked and celebrated before the emergence of Islam.There is a hadith from Imam Sadeq (as) in hadith sources regarding Nowruz which the popular vote has verified it to be reliable and therefore they have given the fatwa to the ...
  • Does God, the Exalted, forgive an adulterer?
    3405 Practical 2012/09/25
    Dear User, God, the Compassionate and the Merciful, has promised to forgive all the sins of the penitent, even the sin of associating with Him a partner.[1] It is necessary to note that repentance from adultery or fornication is not ...
  • Is it lawful to get a marital judgment from a non-Muslim government?
    3391 Laws and Jurisprudence 2007/01/07
    Referring to judicial arbitrators in non-Muslim and oppressive governments, and requesting their help is not permissible, save in cases where attaining one's right is dependent upon it, and there is no other way. And it is obvious that taking ...

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