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  • Is it true that every human being has a twin or an associate?
    2776 Contextual study 2015/06/09
    As for whether human beings have twins or not, there are a few narrations. It has been reported that God, the Exalted, told Iblis: I will not give Adam a child except that I will give the like of it to you. Every human being has a ...
  • What is the proof for Prophet Adam and Nuh (pbuh) being buried in Najaf?
    12153 تاريخ بزرگان 2010/07/20
    The main reasoning that proves the burial of Prophet Adam and Nuh (pbuh) in Najaf are the many hadith that disclose this fact. ...
  • What is the meaning of Labbayk?
    10005 Laws and Jurisprudence 2012/05/21
    Labbayk means to answer in the affirmative, to agree with and accept an invitation[1], an acceptance accompanied with honor, respect and praise. This term was originally "Labbayna" plus "Lak", and turned to "Labbayk" through combining the two words into one (Idghaam).[2] ...
  • Is lobster, clam, oyster and octopus halal?
    67700 Laws and Jurisprudence 2012/02/18
    Eating lobster, clam, oyster and octopus is haram. According to religious resources regarding halal and haram meat, there are general rulings and numerous standards; for instance, a set of rulings has been given for land animals, sea creatures, birds and so on.The condition for halal meat sea ...
  • What are the most important characteristics of a citizen in Islamic society?
    6658 Laws and Jurisprudence 2010/04/08
    As the last divine religion, the enlightening school of Islam is the most complete and inclusive religion of all. Therefore, in Islam social rules and regulations have been considered just like as personal rules. Islam believes there are principles and rules a Muslim should observe in his social life and ...
  • Why do we have to wear Iḥrām during Hajj?
    3218 Philosophy of Religion and Law 2012/02/14
    Hajj is [a pilgrimage] filled with mysteries and signs that provoke man into deep thought and guide him [back] towards his fitrah (his inner essence and nature). Therefore it is appropriate that at every step, one pays attention to both the apparent ...
  • How a constructive doubt may help shape the iman?
    5193 Contextual study 2012/11/07
    This topic is connected to four presuppositions: First, there are two types of doubts: constructive and non-constructive. Second, a constructive doubt can help shape the iman. Third, a constructive doubt is not the complete cause of iman rather it is one ...
  • Do we have to recite surah Fatihah in prayer?
    2375 Laws and Jurisprudence 2010/08/01
    In the first and second rak’ahs of the daily prayers, one must recite surah Fatihah and another entire surah after it; there is no difference between men and women in this ruling.[1] (Of course, this is when one is praying by himself, but ...
  • Is it wrong to have doubts about the Imamate of some of the Imams?
    2923 Traditional 2011/11/21
    Islamic beliefs are like a connected chain, such that if one part is missing, then the whole chain will be useless and have no benefit. This situation is similar in regard to believing in the Imams; because knowing that choosing and appointing them is done by Allah, denying ...
  • What are the rules of reaching the age of menopause for a woman 49 years of age?
    1294 یائسگی 2017/01/21
    All jurisprudence agrees that the blood which a woman sees after the age of 60 years is not classified as Hayd, though it might bear the signs of menstrual blood. As for the blood which women see after completion of 50 lunar years until 60, the rules ...

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