A Tale of Two Holy Births


A Tale of Two Holy Births Birth of Isa (as) Maryam, the daughter Imran took shaky strides in the desert. She had first decided to retreat to the house of worship. She was, however, ‘forced’ out of there and was told that the House of God is not a place …

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The Unholy Invitation or Dajjal of Basra

The Unholy Invitation   You may have inadvertently entered or heard about a recent sect. It appears to be like the rest of the deviant sects:  at the beginning, it is seemingly beautiful with populistic slogans. What they basically do is deceiving you with their methods of propaganda and psychological …

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The Most Knowing Man


  ― Hazrat Ali Ibn Abu-Talib A.S “He is the wisest and the most knowing man who advises people not to lose hope and faith in the Mercy of Allah and not to be too sure and over-confident of immunity from His Wrath and Punishment.”

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Independent judgments of the reason

stars of guidance

Bagherpour Kashani: This is not the case that the reason always needs data; but reason itself, has independent judgment of the affairs. For example, Law of noncontradiction1, the law of excluded middle2, and coincidental oppositorum3 are the independent judgments of the reason. If rational arguments based on these axioms, the …

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