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Famous Japanese Buddhist: All religions, beliefs should take lesson from Imam Hussain to remove Terrorism

Famous Japanese Buddhist: All religions, beliefs should take lesson from Imam Hussain to remove Terrorism
Ahlul Bayt News Agency - Itsumo Okada, famous Japanese novelist and journalist, known for his great literary works and words derived from his previous environment where he lived in El-Hureya Eth-Thaneya area, Baghdad. He speaks the Iraqi accent; he wrote three novels in Japanese singing Iraq’s praises; one of his novels titled, “El-Hureya Eth-Thaneya Area,” second one titled, “Mesopotamia,” and third one titled, ...

Performances of Astan Quds Razavi as a Religious Institution is Marvelous

Performances of Astan Quds Razavi as a Religious Institution is Marvelous
Yves Rossier said, "Very attractive exquisites and objects including handwritten Qur’ans and those ascribed to the handwriting of the Infallibles exist in the museums of Astan Quds Razavi that are ...

Ukrainian Priest Reveals Christians’ Love to Imam Hussein(AS)

Ukrainian Priest Reveals Christians’ Love to Imam Hussein(AS)
erki Croke, Ukrainian priest, within a group of Ukrainian people, visited the holy city of Kerbala, and made pilgrimage to Imam Hussein (Peace Be Upon Him) in order to have himself acquainted with the heritage of the city and the world’s most tragic event committed against humanity in 61 ...

Hollywood Has Waged a Full-Scale Cultural War Against Iran, Professor Michael Jones

Hollywood Has Waged a Full-Scale Cultural War Against Iran, Professor Michael Jones
The Hollywood critic by pointing at the Hollywood's anti-Iranian movies said that: Over the past years movies like “Rose Water” “Argo” and “300” were among the anti-Iranian movies made in Hollywood. Pointing at the history of American cultural war against Iran he said: Overthrow of Mossadegh, the deposition of Pahlavi as king and promotion of Western culture are among the many instances of American cultural ...

Philosophy and Reason behind Occultation of Imam Zaman (A.J)

Philosophy and Reason behind Occultation of Imam Zaman (A.J)

An Interview with Esam Al-Emad a Wahhabi Scholar Who Converted to Shia

An Interview with Esam Al-Emad a Wahhabi Scholar Who Converted to Shia
According to Maw'ud monthly, as reported by the reporter of Rahavard Electronic Journal, Yemen has about 22 million population of which 30 percent are Zaidi Shiites, that is, about 5/6 million people. Previously, the statistics showed a higher percentage of Shia population in this country. During the period of Zaidis' government, they made up approximately 40% of the population. At present, however, only 4 or 5 percent of the Zaidi population is ...

A Christian woman from Russia has embraced Islam in Iran

A Christian woman from Russia has embraced Islam in Iran
A Russian Christian woman has embraced Islam in the office of representative of supreme leader. A Russian lady who was the follower of Christianity has embraced Islam and Shia school of thought on January 24th, 2015 in the office of Ayatollah Tabrasi, the representative of supreme leader in Sari, Mazandaran. It is to be remembered that the Russian lady was inspired from Islam. She went to the office of representative of supreme leader in Sari ...

Ahlulbayt in the Quran

Ahlulbayt in the Quran
The Glorious Qur'an, the revealed word of Almighty Allah to His last and greatest Prophet, Muhammad (s.a.w.), is the source of all divine laws and has given humanity a perfect system of life and a code of well-defined ethical values. Every Muslim knows that he is obliged to apply Qur'anic instructions in his daily life and refer to them for guidance. Numerous verses of the Holy Qur'an spotlight the lofty position of the Ahlul-Bait, directing and ...

Chadi

Chadi
I was born in lebanon,my father is druze(non-mslim) and my mother christian. I had all christian learnings from my christian school, and  my mother home encouraged me to learn more about jesus. This lasted till my late adolescence, when i realised that Bible,although a good book,did not penetrate to the depth of my Soul. It is the story of jesus and his actions ,but i could not find in it the majesty of the words of God.  So i asked God to ...

Ibrahim Karlsson

Ibrahim Karlsson
I was born in an ordinary , non-religious Swedish home, but with a very loving relationship to each other. I had lived my life 25 years without really thinking about the existence of God or anything spiritual what-so-ever; I was the role model of the materialistic man. Or was I? I recall a short story I wrote in 7th grade, something about my future life, where I portray myself as a successful games programmer (I hadn't yet even touched a ...

Lord Headley Al-Farooq

Lord Headley Al-Farooq
  Lord Headley al-Farooq (Rt. Hon. Sir Rowland George Allanson) was born in 1855 A.D. and was a leading British peer, statesman and author. Educated in Cambridge, he became a peer in 1877, served in the army as a captain and later on as Lieut. Colonel in 4th Battalion of North Minister Fusiliers. Although an engineer by profession he had wide literary tastes. One time he was the editor of the "Salisbury Journal". He was also the author of ...

Dr. Ali Selman Benoist

Dr. Ali Selman Benoist
As a Doctor of Medicine, and a descendant of a French Catholic family, the very choice of my profession has given me a solid scientific culture which had prepared me very little for a mystic life. Not that I did not believe in God, but that the dogmas and rites of Christianity in general and of Catholicism in particular never permitted me to feel His presence. Thus my unitary sentiment for God forbade my accepting the dogma of the Trinity, and ...

Ibrahim Khalil - Former Egyptian Coptic priest

Ibrahim Khalil - Former Egyptian Coptic priest
Al-Haj Ibrahim Khalil Ahmad, formerly Ibrahim Khalil Philobus, was an Egyptian Coptic priest who studied theology and got a high degree from Princeton University. He studied Islam to find gaps to attack it; instead he embraced Islam with his four children, one of whom is now a brilliant professor in Sorbonne University, Paris France. In an interesting way, he reveals himself saying: "I was born in Alexandria on the 13th of January 1919 and was ...

Martin John Mwaipopo - Former Lutheran Archbishop

Martin John Mwaipopo - Former Lutheran Archbishop
It was December 23, 1986, two days away from Christmas, when Arch Bishop Martin John Mwaipopo, announced to his congregation that he was leaving Christianity for Islam. The congregation was paralysed with shock on hearing the news, so much so, that his administrator got up from his seat, closed the door and windows, and declared to the church members that the Bishop’s mind had become unhinged, that is, he had gone mad. How could he not think ...

George Anthony - Former Catholic priest

George Anthony - Former Catholic priest
Fr. Antony was a Catholic priest in Sri Lanka. His tale of becoming a true believer and adopting a name Adulrahman for him is quite interesting. Being a Christian priest he was well versed with the teachings of the Bible. He quotes the Bible frequently as he sits to narrate his journey to Islam. While reading the Bible he found many contradictions in it. He goes on quoting verses from the Bible in Sinhalese language and points out the ...

Raphael - Former Jehovah's Witness minister

Raphael - Former Jehovah's Witness minister
A forty-two-year-old Latino, Raphael, is a Los Angeles-based comic and lecturer. He was born in Texas where he attended his first Jehovah's Witness meeting at age six. He gave his first Bible sermon at eight, tended his own congregation at twenty, and was headed for a position of leadership among the 904,000 Jehovah's Witnesses in the United States. But he traded in his Bible for a Qur'an after having braved a visit to a local mosque. On ...

Sheikh Ahmed Amin al-Antaki

Sheikh Ahmed Amin al-Antaki
  Sheikh Ahmed al-Antaki’s birth and upbringing   The full name of Sheikh al-Antaki is Ahmed son of Yousif son of Ali son of Qanbar al-Haza . Sheikh al-Antaki was born in a village called ‘Ensow’ on the outskirts of Antakia. The village of Ensow comprises of two words, one of the words being in Arabic and the other in Turkish, the literal meaning of Ensow means eye of water, this name was given to it due to its watery riches and ...

Mohammad al-Tijani al-Samawi

Mohammad al-Tijani al-Samawi
Mohammad al-Tijani al-Samawi was a Tunisian student who, upon making Hajj, was influenced by orthodox Saudi teachings, against saint veneration and tomb visitation, which were central to the North African Sufi tradition. A few years later, al-Samawi was in Egypt on an Islamic tour of the Middle East and ran into an Iraqi student, Mun'im, who invited him to Iraq to see shia Islam with his own eyes, and forget what he had heard of them through ...

Muhammad Legenhausen

Muhammad Legenhausen
Name: Muhammad LegenhausenHome Community: QomCountry: IranMajor: PhilosophyAge: 54School: IKI Profile Sketch:born 3 May, 1953 in New York City, New York graduated from Holy Child Jesus School 1967 graduated from Archbishop Molloy High School 1971 graduated from the State University of New York at Albany 1974 with a B.A. in Philosophy. M.A. in Philosophy — Rice University, Houston, Texas, 1979 Ph.D. in Philosophy — Rice University, Houston, ...

Edoardo Agnelli

Edoardo Agnelli
Edoardo Agnelli was born on June 1954 in New York city , his father was Christian and his mother was Jewish . His mother (Marella Caracciolo di Castagneto ) was a Jewish princess and his father was senator Gianni Agnelli, a famous and rich man in Italy . He was the owner of automobile factories, Fiat, Ferrari, Lancia, Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo and Iveco and also factories producing industrial parts, many private Banks, companies of fashion, design ...