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Law and Its Sources in Islam, By Ayatollah Shaheed Beheshti

Law and Its Sources in Islam, By Ayatollah Shaheed Beheshti

  Law and Its Sources in Islam, By Ayatollah Shaheed Beheshti The law of Islam is ideological and universal. Its underlying principles are clear and definite and have been learnt through reason and revelation. Islam considers only those rules and laws to be binding which have been formulated: • Direct by Allah, or • By [&hellip

Swiss Mosque Swims Against Bad Label

Swiss Mosque Swims Against Bad Label

Swiss Mosque Swims Against Bad Label Accused by the Swiss media of preaching fundamentalism, a mosque in the city of Biel is struggling to shrug off the label of being a hotbed of radicalized Muslims in Switzerland.  (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - “We have opted for discretion, rather than play the media card,” Khalid Ben Mohamed, Imam of Errhamen [&hellip

Parents less likely to catch cold

Parents less likely to catch cold

  New study suggests that parents have a psychological advantage over non-parents in battling colds.  People with children are considerably less likely to catch common cold or the flu in comparison with those with no offspring, a new study suggests. A team of researchers at the Carnegie Mellon University has found that rearing children as [&hellip

Physicists rejoice over ‘Higgs boson catch’

Physicists rejoice over ‘Higgs boson catch’

An undated handout graphic distributed on July 4, 2012 by CERN that shows a representation of traces of a proton-proton collision measured in the search for the Higgs boson. Scientists at the world’s largest nuclear research laboratory on the outskirts of Geneva along the Franco-Swiss border have announced the discovery of atom’s most elusive building [&hellip

Divers discover hidden underwater world

Divers discover hidden underwater world

Divers find remains of Doggerland, the underwater country dubbed ‘Britain’s Atlantis’ Oil company divers have discovered ‘Britain’s Atlantis,’ an underwater world which was swallowed by the North Sea between 18,000 and 5,500 BCE. Working with University of St. Andrews science teams, divers found remains of a huge area of land that stretched from Scotland to [&hellip

New paint can store and deliver electrical power like battery

New paint can store and deliver electrical power like battery

  American scientists have produced spray-on batteries by breaking down each element of the traditional battery and incorporating it into a liquid. “This means traditional packaging for batteries has given way to a much more flexible approach that allows all kinds of new design and integration possibilities for storage devices,” Reuters quoted Pulickel Ajayan of [&hellip

RIM delays Blackberry 10 launch

RIM delays Blackberry 10 launch

RIM’s Blackberry has struggled to keep up with other smartphones in the market Blackberry maker Research in Motion (RIM) has said it will delay the launch of its new phone operating system Blackberry 10 and is to cut 5,000 jobs. The confirmation of job losses, which RIM had warned of last month, came as the [&hellip

NATO Proxies Turkey and Saudi Arabia Move to War Footing on Eve of Syrian ‘Peace Summit’

NATO Proxies Turkey and Saudi Arabia Move to War Footing on Eve of Syrian ‘Peace Summit’

NATO Proxies Turkey and Saudi Arabia Move to War Footing on Eve of Syrian ‘Peace Summit’ June 28, 2012   The NATO-backed covert aggression against Syria could be reaching a tipping point for all-out war involving state forces. That should be no surprise. For the past 16 months, NATO and its regional proxies have been [&hellip

An Interview with Momtaz Khaan on Islam in Canada

An Interview with Momtaz Khaan on Islam in Canada

An Interview with Momtaz Khaan on Islam in Canada According to Momtaz Khaan, a Board Member of the Muslim Canadian Congress, the Canadian Islamic landscape is changing in the country from one of borderline extremism to modernity, conformity and acceptance.    (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - We have interviewed Momtaz Khaan, a Board Member of the [&hellip

Lavrov: Syria Solution Should Come From Syrian People

Lavrov: Syria Solution Should Come From Syrian People

Lavrov: Syria Solution Should Come From Syrian People Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stressed that “a solution to the crisis in Syria should come from the Syrian people, and that Russia will not support any external meddling.    (Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - Lavrov spoke Thursday ahead of a planned meeting Saturday in Geneva where world [&hellip