ʿAmr, Imam Husayn (‘a)’s emissary/ Nāfeʿ ibn Hilāl accompanies Abbas ibn ʿAli to break through the enemies lines and fetch water from the Euphrates drinking place/Imam Husayn (‘a)’s last word of warning with Umar ibn Saʿd/Imam Husayn (‘a)’s remarks to Harthamah ibn Salīm
The day ʿUbaydullah’s army cut the access of Imam Husayn (‘a)’s caravan to the water of Euphrates/ Imam Husayn (‘a) curses Abdullah ibn Ḥuṣain Azdi: “O’ Lord! Let him die of thirst!”/ Imam Husayn (‘a) curses the enemy army for their wickedness/ Muslem ibn ʿAwsajah j o i ns Imam Husayn (‘a) in Karbala.
Ḥabīb ibn Muẓāhir calls the Bani-Asad clan to j o i n Imam Husayn('a)/ The Bani-Asad flag and fail in aiding Imam Husayn('a)/ Imam Husayn('a) sends a letter from Karbala to his brother, Muhammad ibn Ḥanafiyyah, and the rest of the Bani-Hāshem
The day Shabath ibn Ribʿī was sent to Karbala/ who was the “man of many faces” of Kūfah?/ The day Ḥuṣain ibn Numayr arrived in Karbala/ The day Ibn Ziad ordered his soldiers to prevent those who intended to j o i n Imam Husayn ('a) from going to Karbala/The man who sought a reward!
ʿUbaydullah’s response to Umar ibn Saʿd’s letter/ Imam Husayn ('a)’s dignified and uncompromising attitude toward ibn Ziad and his remarks in his letter/ Imam Husayn ('a)’s response to Qays ibn Ashʿath with regard to pledging allegiance to Yazid/ The day Kanānah ibn ʿAtīq j o i ned Imam Husayn ('a) in Karbala
Imam Husayn ('a) narrates the story of prophet Yaḥya ('a)’s martyrdom/ Imam Husayn ('a) predicts his own martyrdom/the promise of the advent of Imam Mahdi ('a) who will avenge Imam Husayn ('a)/the arrival of Umar ibn Saʿd in Karbala/Umar ibn Saʿd’s letter to Ibn Ziad
The arrival of Imam Husayn ('a)’s caravan in Karbala/ Imam Husayn ('a)’s remarks upon his arrival in Karbala/ʿUbaydullah ibn Ziad learns about Imam Husayn ('a)’s arrival in Karbala/The Letter of ʿUbaydullah ibn Ziad to Imam Husayn ('a) on Muharram 2nd/ Imam Husayn ('a)’s crushing response to Ibn Ziad/ Imam Husayn ('a)’s uncompromising attitude toward injustice and its agents/ Imam Husayn ('a)’s letter to the people of Kūfah/ Imam Husayn ('a)’s last word of warning to the people of Kūfah
Muharram, a time of grief and sorrow for the Ahl-al-Bayt (‘a)/Muharram from the viewpoint of Imam Riḍa (‘a)/ The Imam camps at a lodging place called the “Palace of Bani-Muqātil”/ Imam Husayn (‘a) asking ʿUbaydullah ibn Ḥurr to j o i n and help him/ Imam Husayn’s (‘a) remarks to ʿUbaydullah ibn Ḥurr Juʿfī/ ibn Ḥurr: one of those who remained behind/ Imam Husayn (‘a)’s last ultimatum to all the people
There are four things, which, even if one of them is present in a home, will lead to its destruction and God’s blessings will not bring it to flourishment...
A faithful person is always worried about two things...
Imam Sadiq (a) has said: I have not seen anything weeping as beautifully as a pen when it smiles.
We can defeat the enemies by our thought and logic.
The delegation of seminary teachers and researchers sent by Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi to set up his Bi'thah during this year’s Hajj pilgrimage will commence work on Thursday Mordad 11th [Dhelqa'dah 19th, 1439 Ah.].
Imam Hasan ('a) is narrated to have said: I am surprised at those who reflect on the food that they are going to eat and yet they do not think at all in regards to the food of their soul. They stay away from unhealthy food, but they fill their hearts with various destructive matters.
Without any doubt, the congregational prayer of ʿĪd al-Fiṭr is one of the means through which the unity of the Muslim community is strengthened and various problems which the Muslims face are resolved. The propagators of Islam play an important role in spreading this prophetic religion; they are able to explain the things which are the most important to the people, as well as the various problems which the Muslim world faces.
The International Quds Day rallies are very important, and the more widespread they become, the more effect they will have.
When Imam Ali ('a), who was a beacon of justice, departed this world, the oppres-sive Umayyads took his place. Instead of one who was a veritable treasure chest of wisdom, individuals came upon the seat of power who were led by their satanic desires and inclinations.
Nothing can ever be completed without careful study, planning, and cautiousness; at the same time, nothing can ever be completed without a lack of care as well.
Filling the mind with all sorts of scientific formulas, logical precepts, philosophical principles, and all other types of knowledge is of extremely little value unless it is accompanied with proper thinking and a clear and accurate worldview.
After extensive research, we realized that the role of the Shi’a scholars in the emergence and development of Islamic sciences is still obscure to people
The most important needs of the world of Islam today are “unity and integrity” and “a serious bid for scientific progress in all sciences.
Both the Shi’a and Sunni schools have made considerable contributions to the Muslim world, but the contributions of the Shi’a school have not been brought to light the way they should have
After the Islamic Revolution in Iran, we have witnessed an increase in the number of Shi’as in Indonesia after a long time.
Iranian scholars have made a substantial contribution to the spread of Islam in India and they have left behind valuable scientific works in the region.
By the grace of Allah and by the blessing of Imam Mahdi ('a) the Congress on the Role of the Shi'a School in the Emergence and Development of Islamic Sciences was organized by the order of the Ayatollah Makarem Shirazi.
Unfortunately, the managers of famous libraries both at home and abroad do not allow us to make copies of these ancient manus c r i p ts so that the researchers may use them.
The Second Day of International Congress on the Role of the Shi’a School in the Emergence and Development of Islamic Sciences was opened
Islam has a comprehensive view concerning all aspects of human life and this is why it does not promote unfounded issues and rules to spread among people