پنجشنبه 20 فوریه 2014 | 714 views
Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah made a televised speech Sunday on the Martyr Leaders' anniversary and tackled several local and regional developments, starting with the ongoing Israeli threats and plots.
His eminence divided his speech into three parts, the first was about the Israeli enemy and the ongoing threat it poses on Lebanon, second was about Hezbollah's confrontations at the current phase, and third was about the resistance's challenges on several aspects.
After saluting the souls of the martyred leaders, resistance martyrs, Army martyrs, and citizens who were killed in terrorist explosions recently, his eminence indicated that "we have reached a situation in which people don't want to tackle the Palestinian cause and the enemy," pointing out that "this is what America had sought."
Sayyed Nasrallah stated that "the US Admin ...
یکشنبه 9 فوریه 2014 | 384 views
Containing constructive supplications with sublime spiritual contains handed down from
Imam Sadjad the Fourth Shia Imam.
When he began to supplicate , he would begin praise and laudation of God saying : Praise belongs to God , the First , without a first before Him , the Last , without a last behind Him .
Beholders' eyes fall short of seeing Him , describers' imaginations are not able to depict Him . He originated the creatures through His power with an origination , He devised them in accordance with His will with a devising .
Then he made them walk on the path of His desire , He sent them out on the way of His love . They cannot keep back from that to which He has sent them forward , nor can they go forward to that from which He has kept them back . He assigned from His provision to each of their spirits a nourishment known and ...
شنبه 18 ژانویه 2014 | 320 views
And removes from them their burden and the shackles which were upon them. (7:157)
Last week I mentioned that our discussion consists of three parts: The meaning of freedom, the two kinds of freedom, namely social and spiritual freedom and the dependence of these two types of freedom upon one another, especially the dependence of social freedom on spiritual freedom.
Tonight, I wish to devote myself to the subject of spiritual freedom, its meaning and its necessity for mankind. This is particularly urgent since today little attention seems to be paid to spiritual freedom by human societies, which is the cause of many present troubles. This is so evident that many people consider spiritual freedom as something abolished, even though the need for it is much greater than in the past. What does spiritual freedom mean? Freedom requires two sides so that one s ...
شنبه 11 ژانویه 2014 | 212 views
Jesus is one of the greatest persons ever to have walked the earth. Two world faiths hold him in high regard. Islam holds him to be God’s Messiah, Prophet, and Righteous Servant. Christianity holds him to be all of the above and even more. Some Christians believe that Jesus is God the Second Person of the Holy Trinity. Some believe that he is the Son of God. Some take this title to mean the Divine Son of God. Others think that ‘Son of God’ is a title that can refer to a person who is especially favoured by God; and that it refers to Jesus more so because he was favoured by God to a remarkable degree.
Hence belief in Jesus is an element of faith that is common to Christianity and Islam even though the two faiths believe in him differently. Both faiths hold Jesus in high esteem. Muslims and Christians believe that Jesus entered the world in a miraculo ...
پنجشنبه 9 ژانویه 2014 | 88 views
The Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) was just and wise. If somebody studies the time the Prophet (s.w.a.) entered Medina – about the tribal conflicts, the attempts to attract the enemies from Mecca out into the desert, the repeated blows, the fight against the warring enemies – he will notice such wise, firm and comprehensive strategies that he will be astonished.
The Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) was the person who enforced the laws, and he would not let anybody violate the laws. He himself was subject to the same laws, and Quranic verses clearly show this point. The Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) used to act according to the laws that other people had to observe, and he would not allow any violations of the laws.
He would always keep his promise, and this was another characteristic of the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) as the leader of his society. He never broke a promise. Quraysh ...