Righteous Path to Undesired Glory

August 16, 2015

Shia Scholars in history – Part 1 By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi History tends to remembers the actions of great individuals, which were essential in performing change and reforms, as the details of their lives is often forgotten since it is considered the ‘small details’ that hold no value to the cause. However, these small details are […]

The roots of Terrorism in Islamic History – Part 2

August 15, 2015

Terrorist Acts after the death of Prophet Mohammad By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi The previous part of this article initiated the notion of whether the claims of terrorism within Islam are affiliated with its Prophet, and if the defending the peacefulness of Islam holds any ground in the face of what we witness today. As discussed in […]

Where Do We Stand on an Ebola Cure?

August 13, 2015

Ebola cure! Are we getting closer to a cure for ebola? By Ali Reza Recent years have brought a number of terrifying headlines about the rise of the Ebola virus, and its continued spread through Africa and even into the United States. More recently, though, the Ebola-related headlines have all been considerably more positive. Consider […]

The Roots of Terrorism in Islamic History

August 13, 2015

Terrorist Acts After the Death of Prophet Mohammad (SAWS) By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi The title of this article gives the impression that religion of Islam promoted terrorism and the roots of today’s terrorism philosophy lays within the Islamic tradition. Nonetheless, reviewing the history of Islamic nation reveal horrific cases of terrorist acts that were unorthodox and […]

What Do Shias Want? Part – 3

August 11, 2015

The priorities of Shia Muslims at the current time By Hussein Al-Rumaithi The previous parts of this article identified the two primary priorities of Shia Muslims in today’s world, as they were defined through social and political priorities. However, once the first two necessary priorities are met and addressed, the time comes to another priority, […]

All About Lab-Grown Diamond

August 10, 2015

Diamonds are not what you’d call common. Actually, a really clear, sparkling diamond is pretty rare, which is a big part of the appeal. Diamonds are sought after—and valued—because they are so difficult to come by. In fact, it takes potentially billions of years for a diamond to be formed! Unless, of course, you get […]

What do Shias want? Part – 2

August 8, 2015

The Priorities of Shia Muslims at the Current Time By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi The previous part of this article (what do Shias want) addressed the social priorities of Shia Muslims in today’s complex global pace, which is empowering all groups, minorities and entities with rights, entitlements and responsibilities as well. Although, the complex and integrated interests […]

New Humanitarian Hotline Brings Hope, Transparency to Iraq

August 8, 2015

By Ali Reza It is no secret that the Middle East has been ravaged and all but torn asunder by war and international conflict—and the country of Iraq has born one of the heaviest burdens of all. As innocents throughout the nation have suffered, organizations like the United Nations have attempted to send much-needed food […]

What do Shias want?

August 7, 2015

The priorities of Shia Muslims at the current time By: Hussein Al-Rumaithi It can easily be claimed that Muslims and specifically Shia Muslims are the most people interested in politics and analysis of political conducts and policies. Places like Iraq, Bahrain, Iran and Lebanon, which have Shia majorities are some of the most politically aware […]

Reviewing Hermeneutic – Part 11

August 7, 2015

Relativity of Truth, Knowledge & Texts (Based on the thoughts and theories of Ayatollah Sayed Murteza Al-Shirazi) Hussein Al-Rumaithi – Part 11 (Approach in the term ‘Language’ and its science)   What is ‘Language’? What is its duties? And what is the origin of language? The detailed answer, analogy and implications of these notions would […]

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