Monthly Archives: January 2009

AIM Condemns BBC on Gaza Stance

The AhlulBayt Islamic Mission (AIM) today released a statement of condemnation for the biased decision of the BBC not to air a fund-raising appeal for the victims of the Gaza crisis. In the statement, AIM said: ‘The decision by the BBC to prohibit a humanitarian campaign from being aired on …

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Glimpses From the Supplications of Imam Zayn Al-Abideen

Al-Sahifat Al-Sajjadiyya is the oldest prayer manual in Islamic sources and one of the most seminal works of Islamic spirituality of the early period. It was composed by the Prophet’s great grandson, Imam Ali ibn al-Husayn [a], known as Zayn al-‘Abidin (‘the adornment of the worshippers’), and has been cherished …

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Hussain: The Universal Leader

It is in the very nature of great reformers that they belong to everybody, everywhere. Hussain’s noble deed is so relevant to the entire human race that I am sure there is a far bigger audience waiting for him somewhere than the one he already has. All that is required …

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Hussain: Symbol of Love and Sacrifice

It is usually thought that Islam views God as a heartless Ruler of the world, an angry Judge, and a wrathful Lord who is looking meticulously for a wrongdoer to punish them. For those who have thoughtfully read the Quran only once in their lifetime it is very easy to …

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