Niaz Hussain from Sargodha – Pakistan
Shia converts magazine
The significance of Ghadir event lies in determining the best rule and regulation for governing society.
One issue is about Ghadir itself. In some narrations, it has been said that Eid al-Ghadir is the eid of Allah the Great and that it enjoys a status which is higher than all other Eids. What is the reason for this? Well, in the Holy Quran there are ayahs which can only be […]
Eid-e Ghadir – Declaration at Ghadir e Khumm Eid-e-Ghadir is one of the most important days of rejoicing for Shia Muslims around the world as that was the day our beloved Prophet Muhammad (s.a.s.) declared Hazrat Ali’s vicegerency at Ghadir e Khumm on his return from his last pilgrimage which is known in history […]
Every year the 15th of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah provides us the opportunity to glance at the service to humanity of the person born on this day. Before presenting you a special feature on his life and times, here is a beautiful passage from one of his moving supplications to God Almighty:
“Marquel Mohammed” Marquel Muhammad grew up in an African American community in Ohio.
Eid al-Aḍḥā (Arabic: عید الأضحی) is one of the greatest eids of Islam which is celebrated on Dhu l-Hijja 10. According to hadiths, this is the day on which, the divine command for prophet Ibrahim (a) to sacrifice his son, Isma’il (a), was issued.
Question: What is the meaning and significance of the Day of Arafat? Answer: The 9th day of Dhul-Hijjah (the Month of Hajj) is called the Day of Arafat. This day is the culminating event of the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
On 5th of the Islamic month of Shawwal in 60 AH, Muslim Ibn Aqeel Ibn Abi Taleb, the cousin and emissary of Holy Prophet Mohammad (SAWA) grandson, Imam Husain (AS), arrived in Kufa and was warmly welcomed by the people,
Top French Sunni mufti embraces Shia Islam Top Sunni mufti and head of Sunni scholars in France Sheikh Sankoh Muhammadi has embraced Shia Islam after a visit to the holy city of Karbala in Iraq.
Al-Antaki brothers, were Syrian Sunni Shafi’is born in French-occupied Syrian Antakya who abandoned Sunnism in favour of Shia Islam.