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Naj al-balaghah 5

Nahj al-balaghah 27

Commandment 31

where leniency is unsuitable, harshness is lenience. Often cure is illness is cure. Often the ill-wisher gives correct advice while the well-wisher chests. Do not depend upon hopes because hopes are the mainstay of fools. It is wise to preserve one's experience. your best experience is that which teaches you a lesson. Make use of leisure before it changes into (what he seeks); and every departer does not return. To lose provision and to earn evil for the Day of Judgement means ruin. Every matter has a consequence. What is destined for you will shortly come to you. A trader undertakes a risk. Often a small quantity is more beneficial than a large quantity. There is no good in an ignoblehelper, nor in a suspicious friend. Be compliant with the world as long as it is in your grip. Do not put yourself to risk as regards anything in expectation gor more than that. Beware lest the feeling of enmighty should overpower you

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Author : admin Saturday 09 February 2019

Fourteen Infallibles 7

Fourteen Infallibles  7

The Prophet Muhammad

The new creed had set in motion a terrific revoloution, shaking the very foundations of the world. The vested interests, kings, priests, racketeers, and tyrants all were against, and they united to crush the movement of Islam. The keepers of Ka'bah and owners of the idols, came to Abu Talib to stop Muhammad from saying "There is no god but ALLAH (la ilaha illa Allah) ' The guardian uncle conveyed the request of the delegation to give Muhammad fortune larger than possessed by any, to make him a chief and even a king, if he agreed to give up his mission. Muhammad rfused. Angry Arab chieftain threatenedsocial boycott, destruction and death. Abu Talib (who actually became Muslim  but did not announce his faith so that he may be able to defend the prophet) promised to defend Muhammad. Boys and louts of Mecca started pelting stones and abuses on Muhammad. Brave and loyal Ali, son of Abu Talib, stopped this by his strong fists. The harrassment and tortures, which the Prophet and his small band of faithful followers suffered at the hands of Qurraysh were dragged over burning sand, imprisoned, flogged and starved, but they firmly held to their Faith till death. Umayyah, masterof Bilal, took Bilal to the desert and exposed him bare-back with his face, to the noon-day sun and placed a big stone on his chest and said, 'There you shall remain, until thou art dead or thou hast adjured Islam. 'Dying with thirst in the heat he would only answer 'Ahadun! Ahadun!(One {God} ! 0ne).

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Author : admin Saturday 09 February 2019

ISLAMIC LAWS 2

Islamic Laws 2

Or if he is neither a Mujtahid nor a follower ( Muqallid), he should act on such precaution which should assure him that he has fulfilled his religious obligation. For example, if some Mujtahids consider an act to be haraam, while others say that it is not, he should not perform that act. Similarly, if some Mujtahid cosider an act to be obligatory (Wajib) while others consider it to be recommended ( Mustahab), he should perform it. Therefore, it is obligatory upon those persons who are neither Mujtahids, nor able to act on precautionary measures (Ihtiyat ), to follow a Mujtahid. 2.Taqlid in religious laws means acting according to the verdict of a Mujtahid. It is necessary for the Mujtahid who is followed, to be male, Shi'ah Ithna Ash'ari, adult, sane, of legitimate birth, living and just (' Adil ). Aperson is said to be just when he performs all those acts which are obligatory upon him, and refrains from all those thinds which are forbidden to him, And the sign of being just is that one is  apparently  of a good character, so that if enquiries are made about him from the people of his locality, or from  his  neighbours, or from those persons with whom he lives, they would confirm his good conduct. And if one knows that the verdicts of the Mujtahids differ with regard to the problems which we face in every day life, it is necessary that the Mujtahid who is followed be A ' lam (the most learned), who is more capable of understaning the divine laws than any of the contemporary Mujtahids

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Author : admin Saturday 09 February 2019

Anew begining of Heart &Soul 2

 

A new beginning of Heart and Soul 2

Alongside ; in Medina and Mecca, in Uhud, Mina and Hara; this is a land where blessed Prophet of Allah (PBUH) and his followers have walked and which has seen their pains, their migrations, their battles and their sufferings. Spend your time contemplating those pasts with every step on this holy land of revelation, jihad and Quran and tradition, make it one with your blood; find your way and direction in the radiance of its light. See the outcome and the end of the road with its experience; and while believing in the ability and power of Allah and having faith in him and while believing in his victory and your own ability, start walking down that path towards your goal; and Allah is with you and will newer deprive you of {the reward of } your deeds'

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Author : admin Saturday 09 February 2019

SUNAN AN-NABI 1

THE CHARACTER AND MORAL TRAITS OF THE NOBLE PROPHET (OF ISLAM)

Narrated from Amir al-Mu'minin, Ibn Abbas, Abu Hurayrah, Jabir ibn Samurah and Hind ibn Abi Halah: That he was revered and venerated, dignified in the eyes of the people and honored in their hearts. His face would shine like the full moon, bright and white with ahint of redness. He was neither too thin, nor too fat. He had a white forehead and a pleasant countenance. The white of his eyes was intensely white and the black of his eyes was intensely black. The edges of his eyelids were black, he had long narrow eyebrows, a moderately large and proportionate head and was of appropriately average height. He had a wide forehead, the bridge of his nose was slightly raised, a little redness could be seen in the white of his eyes, his eyebrows were joined, he had soft and fair cheeks, long and broad forearms, large shoulder-joints, wide shoulders, strong hands and moderately large feet

Auther :Allamah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Tabataba'i

Translater: Tahir Ridha Jaffer

A collection of Narrations on the conduct and customs of The Noble Prophet Muhammad  صلی الله علیه و آله و سلم .

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Author : admin Friday 08 February 2019

Tafsir Qur\\\\\\\'an 1

THE FOOD( THE TABLE )NO. 5

[ Surah( 5 ): Ayahs 1 - 1 ]

 

سورةُ المَائدة

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحيمِ يا أَيُّهَا الَّذينَ آمَنُوا أَوْفُوا بِالْعُقُودِ أُحِلَّتْ لَكُمْ بَهيمَةُ الْأَنْعامِ إِلاَّ ما يُتْلى‏ عَلَيْكُمْ غَيْرَ مُحِلِّي الصَّيْدِ وَ أَنْتُمْ حُرُمٌ إِنَّ اللَّهَ يَحْكُمُ ما يُريدُ (1)

- - IN THE NAME OF ALLAH, THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE 1 - - O, YOU WHO BELIEVE! BE FAITHFUL TO YOUR CONTRACTS.

IT HAS BEEN MADE LAWFUL TO YOU FOUR - - FOOTED ANIMALS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THOSE RECITED TO YOU.

NO HUNTING PERMITTED WHEN YOU ARE IN PILGRIM'S GARB ALLAH DECREES WHAT HE WILL.( GOD'S WILL IS IN ACCORDANCE

WITH THAT WHICH IS RIGHT )

THE COMMENTARY

THE NECESSITY OF BEING FAITHFUL TO PROMISES ERSE NO. 1

The great commentators have known this chapter of Quran( THE FOOD )to be the last one, or of the last ones, that revealed to our prophet. For that; great emphasis has been laded upon some of the

commandments, such as those about leadership in Islam, and the prophet's successors and vicegerency. Perhaps this is the cause that

the Sureh, in one of the most comprehensive and elegantly concise sentences, puts the stress and emphasis upon being faithful to promises and covenants; - -" O, you who believe! be faithful to your contracts."

All our promises, mutual agreements, our covenants, and in

Commentary(Nimunih), Vol2, Page: 37

 

particular, our Divine obligations are among our contracts that we have to carry them into effect. A proverb says: - -" There is the man and his

promise!" This sentence at the beginning of the verse and the chapter, is of a very wide mental grasp. The Arabic word UQUD, translated here to

contract, has many shades of meanings, such as a written agre

THE FOOD( THE TABLE )NO. 5

[ Surah( 5 ): Ayahs 1 - 1 ]

 

 

 

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Author : admin Friday 08 February 2019

ISLAMIC LAWS 1

Taqlid: Following a Mujtahid

It is necessary for a Muslim to believe in the fundamentals of faith with his own insight and understanding, and he cannot follow anyone in this respect i. e. he cannot accept the word of another who knows, simply because he has said it. However, one who has faith in the true tenets of Islam, and manifests it by his deeds , is a Muslim and Mo'min, even if he is not very profound, and the laws related to a Muslim will hold good for him. In matters of religious laws, apart from the ones clearly defined, or ones which are indisputable, a person must:

.either be a Mujtahed (jurist) himself, capable of inferring and deducing from the religious sources and evidence

.or if he is not Mujtahed himself, he should follow one, i.e. he should act according to the verdicts(Fatwa) of the Mujtahed

According to the fatwa of Ayatullah al udhma as-Sayyed Ali al Husaini as- Seestani

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Author : admin Wednesday 16 January 2019

Anew begining of Heart &Soul 1

A new beginning of Heart & Soul

Here comes the day of Union

Coming of the time of HAJJ,every year brings along the enthusiasm and the nostalgia of the spellbound hearts and devoted souls from all around the islamic world , who come alongside each other around the house of God and land of their belovedwith the aim of love and sanctification and from a place of worship and closeness on the holy soil of that land . Spend their available time in the shadow of woeship and prayers and rest in the shelter of mercy and forgiveness of the Almighty God. See their long lost brothers from every corner of the world and feel the glory of islamic society in its pulsating and palpable from of example.Short statement HAJJ by the Supreme Leader, His Excellency Ayatollah sayyed Ali Khamenei

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Author : admin Wednesday 16 January 2019

Al-Sahifah Al Sajjadiyyah

Sahifah - Sajjadiyyah

Doa 17

O God, cause us to recognize the falsehood with which he temptd us, and once Thou hast caused us to recognize it, protect us from it! Make us see what will allow us to outwit him, inspire us with all that we can make ready for him, awaken us from the heedless slumber of relying upon him, and help us well, through Thy giving success, aganst him! O God, saturate our hearts with the rejection of his works and be gentle to us by destroying his stratagems! O God bless Muhammad and his Household, turn his authority away from us, cut off his hope from us, and keep him from craving for us! O God

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Author : admin Thursday 03 January 2019

Naj al-balaghah 4

Nahj al-balaghah 26

commandment 31

It is easier to rectify what you miss by silence than to secure what you lose by speaking . Whatever is in a pot van be retained by clising the lid. Ishould prefer you to retain what is in your hands rather to seek what is in other's hands. Bitterness of disappointment is better than seeking from people. Manual labour with chastity is better than the riches of a vicious life. Aman is the best guard of his own secrets. Often a man strives for what harms him. He who speaks much speaks nonsense. Whoever ponders perceives. Associate with people of virtue: you will become one of them. Keep aloof from people of vice : you will remain safe from them. The worst food is that which is unlawful. Oppressing the weak is the worst oppression

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Author : admin Thursday 03 January 2019

Fourteen Infallibles 6

Muhammad 7

Muhammad is the founder of the great religion of Islam, meaning submitting (oneself or one's person to Allah ) . The adherent of Islam is usually designated by the corresponding adjective Muslim. The Persians  adopted a different adjectiveMusalman, from which are derived the Anglo-Indian Mussulman. But Muslims, certainly, dislike the terms Mohammedan and Mohammedanism, which seem to them to carry the implication of worship of Mugammad, as Christian and Chiristianity imply the worship of Christ. The new Faith, is simple without complications, practical and useful for every day life. It commands to believe and do good, keep up prayer and pay the poorrate. Two orders giving four principles of a successful way of kife

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Author : admin Thursday 03 January 2019

Salat(Prayer) 4

Salat (Prayer) 4

بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم :

Bismi-Llahi-r-Rahmani-r-Rahim (In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.)

قل هو الله احد

Qul Huwa-Llahu Ahad (Say: He is Allah, the One. ) 

الله الصمد:

Allahu-s-Samad (Allah is free from want, and eternally besought of all )

لم یلد و لم یولد

Lam yalid wa lam yulad ( He begets not, nor is He begotten. )

و لم یکن له کفوا احد :

Wa lam yakun lahu Kufuwan ahad (And there is none comparable unto Him. )

This is a Muslim's faith in Allah, which is against other superstitious beliefs. For instance, most Christians believe in the "Trinity" , i. e., the combination of God, viz, a father, who has a son, and a third god, namely, the Holy spirit, Gabriel. They combine these three into one and worship them in "Trinity of God". Also, they stand before the statue of Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus, or other prominent religious figures for supplication and glorification

 

 

 

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Author : admin Thursday 03 January 2019

Reciprocal Rights 22

Reciprocal Rights

As for the right of your subject through marriage. { i.e., your wife} is that you should know that God has made her for you a tranquality and comfort {in worry }and a friend and shield { against sins } . And, likewise, it is incumbent upon either of you to thank God for his/ / her spouse, and to know that theother is a favour of God upon you. And it is obligatory to have good fellowship with this favour of God { i. e., your wife } , and to respect her and be kind to her although your { i. e., the husband's } rights upon her are greater and her obedience to you is more binding in all your likes and dislikes so long as it is not a sin. So she has the right of love and fellowship, and a place of repose { o. e., a house} so that natural desires may be fulfilled, andthis in itself is a great { duty } . And there is no power save in God

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Author : admin Thursday 03 January 2019

Al-Sahifah Al Sajjadiyyah

Doa's 17

O God, bless Muhammad and his Household, distract Satan from us with some of Thy enemies, preserve us from him through Thu good guatding, spare us his treachery, turn his back toward us and cut off from us his trace! O God bless Muhammad and his Household, give us to enjoy guidance the like of his misguidance, increase us in piety against his seduction, and make us walk in reverntial fear contrary to his path of ruin! O God, assign him no place of entrance into our hearts and do not allow him to make his home in that which is with us! O GOD

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Author : admin Monday 10 December 2018

Naj al-balaghah 3

Nahj al-balaghah 25

Commandment 31

Beware lest bearers of greed should carry you and make you descend down to the spring of destruction. If you can manage that there be no wealthy person between yourself and Allah, do so, because in any case you will find what is for you and get your share. A little teceived directly from Allah the Glorified, is more dignified than that which is more but is received through (the obligation of) His creatures, although (really) all is from Allah.

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Author : admin Monday 10 December 2018