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ban expression

 

“Of all the things difficult to understand, one of it is faith, especially the religious faith. Historians have failed to find an era in the human history devoid of this faith yet unable to identify all of its kinds. Whatever the period was and whatever the culture existed one thing which was prominent was their belief in the supreme power which exists above them. Man from an unknown period of time has imbibed in himself the faith that there is a Creator whose power overpowers everything and His existence and blessings are the reason for his worship." (Wrote R. Crawford in his book titled- The God/Man/World Triangle: A Dialogue Between Science and Religion).

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Islamic revolution anniversary

 

In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent and Merciful

Twentieth century, as it is remembered for its world wars and the major shuffling of authorities from the political point of view also witnessed the rise of the true Islamic government in Iran that resulted in the toppling of the 2500 years old Pahlavi regime. The tyrannical ruler Shah Reza Pahlavi sold the country in the hands of United States, while his own people suffered the financial crunch and faced misery. Not just the financial sufferings, the culture too paralyzed owing to the import of westernized ideology. Discontent kept growing among the common people, while the upper class completely adopted the western culture and ideology. During the 1970s, the gap between Iran's rich and poor grew. Distrust of the Shah's economic policy and resentment of his autocratic style fueled dissent against his regime. As the 1970s drew to a close, a series of large-scale, increasingly violent anti-Shah protests swept Iran under the leadership of Great Ayatollah Imam Khomeini.

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islamic unity

 

The Prophet (s.a.w.s) during his lifetimeinstilled within the Muslims, morals which would get them closer in being the slaves of Allah (s.w.t) and tried his best to keep away from the Muslims every ideology which would weaken the foundation of Islam and in turn provide grounds for enemies of Islam to weaken the beliefs of the Muslims. He instilled within the Muslims the best of morals with strong and firm belief whose roots were tightly holding onto TAUHEED, and whose branches reached the sky. He taught us a way of life which would not only bring bliss to the lives of individuals but to the society and the world on the whole.

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 the broken heart

 

You left me last with the broken heart.

Where should I walk with broken heart?
Where should I find peace with sinned heart?
How am I suppose to find place, may I rest in peace?
Oh Hussain! tell me where I am lost with this apart?

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beauties of karbala

 

In the name of Allah SWT.

The holy Quran says:

"....but Allah, made loving to you his faith (Imaan) and beautified it in your hearts and made hateful to you unbelief, wickedness and rebellion, such indeed are those who walk in righteousness." {49:7}

According to the mentioned verse, Allah (s.w.t) designed us in a way that our nature pulls us towards attaining the best of virtues and is hateful towards unbelief and wickedness. Therefore if one wants to beautify himself he has no other way but to attain the best of virtues, and the best of virtues cannot be attained except practicing the faith (Imaan).