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    The Prophet’s Attitude towards Children and Youth

    In today’s world, the instruction and upbringing of children are among the most basic social issues and important elements for the happiness of humanity. Therefore, scientists have carried out deep psychological and educational studies and research and have written an infinite number of books on this subject.

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    A Study of Polytheism and Idolatry in the Qur’an

    Polytheists believed that only Allah was the Creator and Governor of the existing universe. They acknowledged that it was Allah who had created the world and was in charge of governing the sky and the earth, and whatever was between them. This conviction can be construed as a positive and laudable belief because it is compatible with monotheistic belief, and acceptable to monotheists.

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    Principles of The Shī'īte Creed

    Our actions and our conduct are the results of our beliefs. A faithful person, believing in God and the Day of Resurrection, leads a completely different life from that of a non-believer. A set of moral and human virtues constitute the foundations of the believer’s life, because he considers death as the opening to another world and believes that death is not tantamount to dissolution of his life and therefore in the hope of reward or out of fear of the Judgment Day, avoids wrongdoing and evil deeds, volunteers for useful activities, whereas a non-believer’s situation is at the opposite end of the pole.

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    Exemplary Youths during the Early Days of Islam

    The lives of the Prophet’s (s)) companions [s)ah#ābah] are the finest examples available to the Muslims. When Allah’s Prophet (s)) began propagating the divine message and instructing individuals in Islamic precepts, the first outcome and fruit of his undertakings was that a group of men and women with conviction and devotion believed in him. It is these early believers who, during and after the lifetime of the Noble Prophet (s)), made strenuous efforts to spread and disseminate the divine message of Islam. They sacrificed their lives and properties for the sacred goals of Allah’s Prophet (s)).

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    The Quran as reflected as NAHJ AL-BALAGHA

    proffesor Muhamad Taghi Misbah Yazdi

    If we would like to deal with everything about the Qur’an mentioned in Nahj al-Balāghah, it will become a very long discussion. Imām ‘Alī (‘a) has introduced the Qur’an and its status in more than 20 sermons recorded in Nahj al-Balāghah. Sometimes, he (‘a) has allocated more than half of a sermon in elucidating the status of the Qur’an, its role in the life of Muslims and their duty towards this heavenly book. Here, we shall only explain some of Nahj al-Balāghah’s descriptions of the Holy Qur’an.

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    History of Islam

    Up to the Demise of the Prophet

    The precious legacy left behind by the Holy Prophet’s Household [ahl al-bayt] (may peace be upon them all) and their followers’ preservation of this legacy from the menace of extinction is a perfect example of the all- encompassing school [madrasah] that embraces all the different branches of Islamic knowledge. This school has been able to train many talented personalities by quenching them with this gushing fountain. This school has given scholars to the Muslim ummah who, by following the Holy Prophet’s Household (a.s), have done their best in order to clear up the doubts and skepticisms put forth by various creeds and intellectual currents both inside and outside the Muslim society. Throughout the past centuries, they have presented the firmest answers and solutions to these doubts.

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