Authenticity of Quran

July 31, 2015

How do we prove the Holy Quran has not been altered? By: Dr. Hussein Al-Rumaithi   One of the primary differences between Islam and rest of the Abrahamic religions, is the notion of the divine books these religions have, and Islam’s claim about the alteration of these books and fabrication. According to Islamic ideology, the […]

Shia Diaspora

July 27, 2015

Dislodgment of Shia Muslims through history By:Dr. Hussein Al-Rumaithi Muslims and especially Shia Muslims have been the victims of tyrannical sectarian policies ever since the death of Prophet Mohammad, and extortion of the Caliphate from Imam Ali, who was the rightful appointed successor. Imprisonment, torture, intimidation, expropriation, marginalisation and coercive dislodgement has been the policy […]

Reviewing Hermeneutic (Part 9)

July 27, 2015

Relativity of Truth, Knowledge & Texts (Based on the thoughts and theories of Ayatollah Sayed Murteza Al-Shirazi) By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi – Part 9 (Hermeneutic conception & its perceptions)   Hermeneutics is an infinitive noun in ancient Latin, which is derived from the verb ‘hermeneu’ in that language, which is still being used in contemporary Latin […]

Social Security in Islam

July 25, 2015

(Based on the thoughts of Grand Ayatollah Sayed Sadiq Al-Shirazi) By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi Repetition of a specific statement, opinion or a fact is usually for reaffirming purposes, as  the importance of that notion might be hidden or unclear for many, due to various internal and external factors. Therefore, the statement that says: Islam is the answer […]

Demolition of Al-Baqi Shrines

July 25, 2015

Unforgettable crime & global silence By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi According to the Islamic-Lunar calendar, we are approaching the demolition anniversary of Al-Baqi shrines, in Al-Baqi cemetery of Medina, by the Saudi government and the Wahhabi movement in that country. Eight days after the end of Ramadan in the month of Shawwal or the 21st day of […]

Robots That Think for Themselves: Not Just Science Fiction

July 24, 2015

By Ali Reza Robots are nothing new—but robots that think for themselves? That actually show some self-awareness? That’s long been a topic of pure science fiction. Of course, you may think that such robots sound like a great deal of fun, potentially even helpful; you may just as easily assume them to be a looming […]

The State of Human Rights: What’s the Report Say?

July 23, 2015

By Ali Reza Have you been eagerly awaiting the U.S. Department of State’s rundown of human rights statuses and abuses across the world, circa 2014? If so, then you’ve been waiting a while: Though the Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2014 should ostensibly have arrived some time ago, it didn’t actually land until the […]

Reviewing Hermeneutic – Part 8 (Definitive Approach in Knowledge)

July 22, 2015

Relativity of Truth, Knowledge & Texts (Based on the thoughts and theories of Ayatollah Sayed Murteza Al-Shirazi) By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi   What does knowledge mean? The subject of knowledge is a very lengthy topic, but to simplify this notion, it is said: knowledge is, research and observation based on method for a purpose. Therefore, knowledge […]

Salatul Layl Merits – A Brief Look

July 21, 2015

Remembering Allah is one of the greatest deeds performed by a human being. Not only does the remembrance of the divine Creator elevates a man’s lifespan but it also brings peace and contentment into his life. This remembrance brings man closer to his real purpose in life on this planet, which is to worship Allah. […]

Politically Assessing a LEADER. (Part – 3)

July 19, 2015

Legitimate methods of evaluating the conducts and policies of a political leader By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi In continuation of the series that addresses the assessment of a political leader, based on the covenant of Imam Ali to his governor in Egypt Malik Al-Ashtar, we will present the other aspects delivered by Imam Ali to us to […]

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