Protected: The Methodology of Jurists in Authenticating Narrations

Protected: The Methodology of Jurists in Authenticating Narrations

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Labbayk Fatimiyya 1443 Series

Labbayk Fatimiyya 1443 Series

During Ayaam Fatimiyya 1443, as we turn our grieving hearts to the pain of Sayyida Fatima (a) We cry out with tearing eyes and burning love: “LABBAYKA YA ALI! LABBAYKA YA FATIMA!”   Join us during these days of mourning as we seek enlightenment from exalted teachers of the Hawza, Sayyed Munir al-Khabbaz, Shaykh ‘Ali Korani and Shaykh Kadhim [...]

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Live Event: Shia Theology: Beliefs and Methodologies

Live Event: Shia Theology: Beliefs and Methodologies

Did Shaykh al-Kulayni author his book “al-Kafi” by compiling weak narrations? If one makes a categoric claim that Shia beliefs cannot be reliably proven from Islamic sources, can their claims be taken at face value, or are there rigorous criteria for assessing such claims? How accurate is the statement: “Knowledge of the unseen is exclusive to [...]

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Good Practice Guide for Mixed Gatherings

Good Practice Guide for Mixed Gatherings

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Sermons by Ayatullah Sayyed Munir al-Khabbaz

Sermons by Ayatullah Sayyed Munir al-Khabbaz

Is Khums only restricted to war booty and do Shias neglect Zakat? Did the recitation of Dua al-Faraj only start after the Islamic Revolution in Iran? Are the majority of Shi’a ahadith narrated by exaggerating Mughaalis?

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