Part 2: Answering the “What Islamic Medicine” question!
In Part 1 of "Answering the “What Islamic Medicine” question!" we introduced the Authors credentials and briefly outlined his position before discussing a recent article [...]
Part 1: Answering the “What Islamic Medicine” question!
Introduction It seems that there is some confusion with regards to the issue of “modern science”, “western science”, “Islamic Medicine”, and just “science” as whole. [...]
Is the West the paradise that we are truly seeking? – Thoughts of a Migrant
Thoughts of a Migrant The following is a text written by an Iranian national, Syed Amir Bassam, who migrated away from his own country and [...]
Fallacies – Part 2
Another Fallacy Many Muslims have migrated to Polytheistic Nations, a migration that may have been due to certain circumstances that have either forced them to [...]
Fallacies – Part 1
A fallacy It is often said that raising children in the west is possible, and that there are many examples of children who have been [...]
Cognitive Dissonance At times, one may find themselves in a position of mental discomfort or psychological stress due to being in a conflict between what [...]
Preachers Entering Polytheistic Nations
Scholars and preachers need to travel to polytheistic and non-Islamic nations in order to serve the Islamic communities in those countries and strengthen their identity, resolve fallacies and facilitate inter-faith activities. Those societies are not free from religious and social issues and problems and need the presence of a learned guide.
Migration: In Videos – Scholars in Lectures.
What our scholars say about the issue of moving to places where it is difficult to practice your faith, taa'rub after migration, migrating to the West. Arabic/English.
Migration: Opinions Of Classic and Modern Scholars – Part II – Syed Sistani
In the last article we reviewed some of the opinions with regards to migration from respected scholars, classic and modern, such as Sheikh Al-Tusi, Alaama [...]