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Statement of Ahlulbayt World Assembly in condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand

Statement of Ahlulbayt World Assembly in condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand
AhlulBayt World Assembly has issued a statement on condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): AhlulBayt World Assembly has issued a statement on condemnation of terrorist attacks in New Zealand. The full text of the Assembly’s statement is as follows: IN THE NAME OF ALMIGHTY GOD Statement of the Ahlulbayt World Assembly on Condemnation of Terrorist Attacks in New Zealand Almighty God - in a divine ...

Daily Mail revealed speculation, UK behind attack on hospital Northern Yemen

Daily Mail revealed speculation, UK behind attack on hospital Northern Yemen
British newspaper, The Daily Mail, reported on Thursday that it was suspected of involvement in a crime targeting a hospital and a gas station in the province of Qataf in northern Yemen last week, in which seven civilians, including four children, were killed. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): British newspaper, The Daily Mail, reported on Thursday that it was suspected of involvement in a crime targeting a hospital and a gas station in the ...

Photos: Free Zakzaky peaceful protest in Abuja, Nigeria

Photos: Free Zakzaky peaceful protest in Abuja, Nigeria
AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Free Zakzaky peaceful protest held in Abuja, ...

Saudi political detainees subjected to severe abuse

Saudi political detainees subjected to severe abuse
The Guardian reported on Sunday that the medical reports showed the political prisoners are suffering from malnutrition, cuts, bruises and burns, in the first documented evidence from within the heart of the royal court that runs contrary to Riyadh’s repeated denials of such torture reports. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Leaked medical reports prepared for Saudi Arabia’s King Salman have for the first time provided evidence of the ...

Astan Quds Razavi hosted Iraqi tribe leaders for talks

Astan Quds Razavi hosted Iraqi tribe leaders for talks
Director of the Astan Quds Razavi Department of International Affairs hosted a group of tribe leaders from Iraq for talks on a host of religious and social issues. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Director of the Astan Quds Razavi Department of International Affairs hosted a group of tribe leaders from Iraq for talks on a host of religious and social issues. Hujat al-Islam Dr. Mohammad Ali Movahedi Mohassel, said the meeting with the Iraqi ...

Jafar Tayyar- The Refugee Who Brought Islam to Africa

Jafar Tayyar- The Refugee Who Brought Islam to Africa
When Prophet Muhammad (SAW) began to propagate the religion of Islam in Mecca and Medina, those who didn’t believe in him and his message, opposed and troubled him. They called him a lunatic and a sorcerer. They offered bribes to persuade him to stop preaching the religion. When all these failed, they used harsh treatment against the Prophet (SAW) and the new Muslim converts. During all these years, the Prophet (SAW) enjoyed the protection of ...

Muslim-Christian Ties in Europe: Past, Present and Future

Muslim-Christian Ties in Europe: Past, Present and Future
The History of Islamic-Christian Relations in Europe: Cultural Interaction Versus Political-Ideological Confrontation From the universal perspective of the history of civilizations, Europe displays a remarkable disparity in regard to the mutual cultural influences of the Muslim and the Christian world. The influence of European thinking on the Muslim world dates back to the beginning of the 19th century while Muslim civilization had made its ...

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future 1/3 (Japan)

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future 1/3 (Japan)
Thank you. Thank you once again for your invitation here; for giving us the opportunity to speak about the European reality, and to share views with you in Japan. I think it is really important, not only to come and import some visions about the problems, but also for us Europeans to look at what you are dealing with in Japan and Asia to try to find trends and solutions for our problems. So thank you for this invitation. I want to thank the ...

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 2/3

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 2/3
Multiple Identities and Muslim Responsibilities Moving into the main part of this lecture, I want to begin by highlighting some of the circumstances that require Muslims to be critical – self-critical – and to come with new answers. This is really essential. First, when you come to a continent, there are two things that you have to acknowledge as parts of the society you are living in. The first is the collective memory and the second is the ...

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 3/3

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 3/3
Tackling Fear and Building Trust: Society’s Collective Responsibility We will now turn to the second part of this speech, which concerns the responsibilities of European countries. What I have previously been talking about would be easier if this was the only part of the process, that is, if the problems only had to be tackled from the Muslim side of things. But in Europe today, we are facing problems. The first one is fear. We are dealing ...

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 2/3

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 2/3
Multiple Identities and Muslim Responsibilities Moving into the main part of this lecture, I want to begin by highlighting some of the circumstances that require Muslims to be critical – self-critical – and to come with new answers. This is really essential. First, when you come to a continent, there are two things that you have to acknowledge as parts of the society you are living in. The first is the collective memory and the second is the ...

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 3/3

Europe and its Muslims: Building a Common Future (Japan) 3/3
Tackling Fear and Building Trust: Society’s Collective Responsibility We will now turn to the second part of this speech, which concerns the responsibilities of European countries. What I have previously been talking about would be easier if this was the only part of the process, that is, if the problems only had to be tackled from the Muslim side of things. But in Europe today, we are facing problems. The first one is fear. We are dealing ...

Edward Said: Orientalism Revisited (25 years later)

Edward Said: Orientalism Revisited (25 years later)
Edward Said: Orientalism Revisited (25 years later) Nine years ago I wrote an afterword for Orientalism which, in trying to clarify what I believed I had and had not said, stressed not only the many discussions that had opened up since my book appeared in 1978, but the ways in which a work about representations of "the orient" lent itself to increasing misinterpretation. That I find myself feeling more ironic than irritated about that very same ...

Arnold Toynbee’s Theory of Civilizations

Arnold Toynbee’s Theory of Civilizations
Genesis Toynbee argues that "self-determining" civilizations are born (out of more primitive societies), not due to racial or environmental factors, but as a response to challenges, such as hard country, new ground, blows and pressures from other civilizations, and penalizations. He argues that for civilizations to be born, the challenge must be a golden mean; that excessive challenge will crush the civilization, and too little challenge will ...

Madrasa Education in Pakistan: In the Context of Government Policy

Madrasa Education in Pakistan: In the Context of Government Policy
Abstract: The word ‘madrasa’ do generate a lot of curiosity and negative propaganda among scholars of international community. In most of the instances it is considered to be an institution of preaching hatred and violence. Moreover, the madrasas existing in Pakistan are considered to be factories producing religious extremists. But, strangely enough, the basic reason behind the emergence of madrasa- to seek knowledge as enshrined in the ...

Indian Muslims in the Age of Muslim Uprisings

Indian Muslims in the Age of Muslim Uprisings
Muslim lands and Muslim communities are in a state of violent and intense political transformations across the Muslim heartland. States are destabilized, national identities are being deconstructed, sectarian and ideological fault lines are getting exacerbated and radicalism, extremism and state oppression is escalating. In this ocean of despair, one finds the Indian Muslim community, an island of calm moderation. Its not a small island either, ...

The Humanities and Telecommunication

The Humanities and Telecommunication
ABSTRACT: Contemporary technology in the form of electronically managed interactive telecommunications is compatible with the goals and values of the humanities. For Marx, machine-work tended toward being mechanically routine, repetitive, deskilled, and trivialized. In the case of discourse, the same criticism has been made of computerized communication. Immediacy is not authorial presence, but the experience of textuality that is maximized by ...

Inner Voice

Inner Voice
By: Allamah Sayyid Sa'eed Akhtar Rizvi Tomorrow all nations will be observing Labour Day, to remind them-selves that a laborer deserves to be respected because he earns his bread by his sweat. The example set by the religious leaders of Islam have established the dignity of labor beyond any doubt. Holy Prophet (S.A.) himself worked for Khadija for years. When the Prophet’s mosque at Madina was being built, the Holy Prophet participated fully ...

Issues in Islamic Biomedical Ethics: A Primer for the Pediatrician

Issues in Islamic Biomedical Ethics: A Primer for the Pediatrician
From the Department of Pediatrics, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan; And Roya Pirzadeh, MD From the Center of Study and Research of Medical Ethics and Ministry of Health, Islamic Republic of Iran. PEDIATRICS Vol. 108 No. 4 October 2001, pp. 965-971 SPECIAL ARTICLE: ABSTRACT The United States is becoming increasingly pluralistic. Pediatricians must become familiar with the factors that affect the emotional, physical, and spiritual ...

Muharram mourning ceremonies begin in Kenya

Muharram mourning ceremonies begin in Kenya
Shia Muslims in Kenya began holding rituals to mourn the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS). AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Shia Muslims in Kenya began holding rituals to mourn the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS). The Board of Trustees of Kenyan Jafari Shias’ Islamic Education Center has invited Ghanaian cleric Sheikh Abdul Jalil Nawui for the rituals. The Husseiniya of the center in Nairobi hosts the programs during ...