Change language
Shiism in the Course of History 2 View
Shiism in the Course of History 2

In continuation of the discussion on the topic titled “Shiism in the Course of History”, we shall focus in this part on other relevant aspects of the topic. Abu ‘l-Wafa’ al-Ghunaymi al-Taftazani, another Sunni scholar, says the

The Shia-Populated Places during the 2nd and 3rd Centuries A.H (1) View
The Shia-Populated Places during the 2nd and 3rd Centuries A.H (1)

At the beginning of the second century AH, Shia extended beyond the frontiers of the Arabian Peninsula and Iraq as it encompassed the entire Muslim domain. In view of the scattering of the Shia and ‘Alawis in the Muslim territories, this matter can be

The Shia-Populated Places during the 2nd and 3rd Centuries A.H (2) View
The Shia-Populated Places during the 2nd and 3rd Centuries A.H (2)

In continuation of the discussions on the topic titled “The Shia-Populated Places during the 2nd and 3rd Century A.H”, we shall continue with other Shia-populated places during the second and the third centuries. Baghdad Baghdad was founded during

The Caliphate of Imam Ali (a.s) and his Method of rule 2 View
The Caliphate of Imam Ali (a.s) and his Method of rule 2

In this part of the article titled “The Caliphate of Imam Ali and his method of rule”, we shall look at the achievements of his government and the Caliphate after the martyrdom of Imam Ali (a.s). The Shia During the Caliphate of Imam Ali (a.s)

The Caliphate of Imam Ali (a.s) and his method of rule 1 View
The Caliphate of Imam Ali (a.s) and his method of rule 1

The caliphate of Imam Ali (a.s) began toward the end of the year 35/656 and lasted about four years and nine months. During his period as Caliph, Imam Ali followed the ways of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a) and brought conditions back to their original state. He

Cultural Relations Between Christianity and Shia Islam 3 View
Cultural Relations Between Christianity and Shia Islam 3

In this part of the article “Cultural Relations between Christianity and Shia Islam”, we shall continue with the cultural relations between Christianity and Shia Islam. 8) Divine Attributes: Some of the Mutakallimun (Ashariah) are of the view that

Cultural Relations Between Christianity and Shia Islam 2 View
Cultural Relations Between Christianity and Shia Islam 2

In this part of the article “Cultural Relations between Christianity and Shia Islam”, we shall continue with the cultural relations between Christianity and Shia Islam. Raymond Martin, one of the eminent Christian scholastics, who died in 1285

Cultural Relations Between Christianity and Shia Islam 1 View
Cultural Relations Between Christianity and Shia Islam 1

The history of the Shia and Christian cultural relations is comparatively old. Of these relations may be mentioned inter-religious dialogue in the area of theology (i.e. Kalam) that took place in a spirit of complete mutual understanding. In the works of the

The Shi’ite Religious Thought View
The Shi’ite Religious Thought

By “religious thought” we mean that form of thought which is concerned with any of the problems of a religious nature within a particular religion, in the same sense that mathematical thought is the form of thought which deals with mathematical

Ibn Saba and the birth of Shia Islam View
Ibn Saba and the birth of Shia Islam

In accordance with authentic traditions, Shia Muslims believe that Shia Islam was born from the beginning of Islam and it is the pristine Islam preached by the Prophet Muhammad (PBUHH). In fact, he was referred to as the father of Shia Islam. They believe

The Term “Shia” in the Qur’an and Sunni Sources View
The Term “Shia” in the Qur’an and Sunni Sources

Shia Muslims believe that based on the Qur’an and many authentic Hadiths, this branch of Islam is the real and pristine Islam preached and propagated by the Messenger of Allah; Hazrat Muhammad (PBUHH). On the contrary, some of non-Muslim Wahhabis

The Reasons behind the Burgeoning of Shi’ism during the Abbasid Caliphate View
The Reasons behind the Burgeoning of Shi’ism during the Abbasid Caliphate

Shi‘ism experienced ever-increasing expansion during the period of the ‘Abbasid caliphate. This fact had some reasons and factors, some of which are the following: The Hashimis and Alawis during the Period of the Umayyad Caliphate During the Umayyad

Copied
لطفا ابتدا وارد حساب کاربری خود شوید