What we have stated clarifies that reason; the Shari’a condones one's walking to his death when doing so serves a common interest greater than that of his own life, such as the continuity of the...
The Reasons of Imam Hussayn Revolution Imam Hussein (A.S.) did not possess the necessary force that would enable him to win; he did not even rely on those who wrote to him from Kaufa. For he declared...
Karbala and the Imam Husayn in Persian and Indo-Muslim literature (3) The suwari theme was lovingly elaborated by Sangi, that is the Talpur prince 'Abdu'l-Husayn, to whom Sindhi owes some very fine...
Karbala and the Imam Husayn in Persian and Indo-Muslim literature (2) The Turkish tradition and that in the regional languages of the Indian subcontinent are very similar. Let us have a look at the...
Karbala and the Imam Husayn in Persian and Indo-Muslim literature (1) I still remember the deep impression which the first Persian poem I ever read in connection with the tragic events of Karbala'...
The History of The Shia Islam (3) The Bleakest Days of Shi'ism The most difficult period for Shi'ism was the twenty-year rule of Mu'awiyah, during which the Shias had no protection and most of them...