Imam Ali (a) – Success on the Nights of Qadr

“By the Lord of the Kaaba, I am successful”. These were the profound words uttered from the mouth of the beloved Imam Ali (a) upon being fatally struck by the

Together in Selflessness: Let’s Revive Karbala

In the midst of time, Believers had gathered At the call of “Hal Min Nasir,” 72 had answered Together in selflessness, their ego they had shattered They attained “Al-Mutmaina,” and nothing else mattered Nainawa became the land of an untold prophecy Where freedom was defined for the entire Humanity They

Night of Power

The blessed month of Ramadan is so abundant in the blessings that it is difficult, or impossible, to enumerate them. Among the many blessings in it is the night of power or glory, layltul Qadr. The night is the most important night of the year. This night’s significance lies in

Listen With Your Soul

When you sit beside the river and listen closely, the Euphrates speaks to you only in eulogies of Aale-Hussain. Ask her what she saw on that treacherous day, and she will reply with a line from her heart-wrenching poetry; shredding your heart into pieces, as she eloquently recites, God is

Martyrdom is Our Honor

Sadly, Shia genocide continues as we hear of horrifying news reports of the killing of innocent Muslims, specifically Shias. Their place of murders are not any place. These believers are not killed in a supermarket, not on the way to work, but rather, now in the latest trend is at the

Tell Me of the Women of Karbala

When the moon cried as she left the skies. When the sky wept as day was approaching. When the sun rose in agony, regretting the bringing forth of a day that would only draw in on calamities. When the earth trembled in fear. When the river Euphrates broke down in

Lady Khadija, the Esteemed Wife of the Prophet (s)

Lady Khadija al-Kubra (as) is the daughter of Khuwaylid, belonging to the clan of Banu Hashim of the tribe of Banu Asad. She was a distant cousin of her husband, the seal of prophets, Prophet Muhammad (s). Lady  Khadija (as) was a great and exceptional lady in the history of

Ramadan: A Social Equalizer

The world is full of miseries and pains. One of the greatest pains is the feeling of hunger. There are millions on the global level who suffer starvation and who do not have access to required quantity of food to lead a normal and healthy life. According to World Food

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What We Have Become

In a world that tends to become more materialistic with each passing day, poverty is often defined and understood as an economic and financial state in which a person or an entity survives with limited resources. Keeping this definition in mind, it becomes relatively easy to define who is poor

The Man That Saved Iraq

In 2014, the world was taken by surprise when a group of men claiming to be the ruling government of Islam, under the guise of ISIS, otherwise known as Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, had gained control of one of the largest cities in Iraq, Mosul. Iraq was instantly

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