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Role of Iman in the life of a child and beyond

Role of Iman in the life of a child and beyond

Written by Aytatullah Shaheed Beheshti Iman is the foremost psychological factor in the life of a child even in this age of advanced technology and mastery over space. Iman is the axis round which the life of a child mostly revolves. It is iman in those associated with him, e.g. his parents, brothers, sisters, teachers etc., in the matter of [&hellip

Supreme Leader: Islamic Revolution stood against Imperialism

Supreme Leader: Islamic Revolution stood against Imperialism

The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution of Iran Grand Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei said that the recent Iranian scientific advances have been achieved thanks to martyrdom for the sake of Allah. During a message published Thursday, and delivered when his eminence received members of the secretariats of Congress of Educational Martyrs, Congress of University [&hellip

Continued detention of Sheikh Ali Salman; an escalation against the people

Continued detention of Sheikh Ali Salman; an escalation against the people

Al Wefaq National Islamic Society said the court’s decision to keep its Secretary General, Sheikh Ali Salman, in arbitrary detention is unacceptable, highlighting that the Authority is moving towards widening the political crisis in Bahrain. The 3rd hearing of Salman is to be held on 25th March 2015. Based on deterministic evidence, the case can [&hellip

Senior Shi’a cleric warns of fake Shi’ism created by the West

Senior Shi’a cleric warns of fake Shi’ism created by the West

“The Holy book of Quran introduces Muhammad Prophet (S) as a person who selected and sent among human being to bring justice,” the General Secretary of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought said, Ayatollah Mohsen Araki. Speaking in a meeting under the banner of “Islamic Unity, Probing Shi’a and Sunni [&hellip

Facebook announces suicide-prevention feature

Facebook announces suicide-prevention feature

​Facebook is rolling out a new suicide-prevention feature. If you spot a worrisome post from a Facebook friend, there will now be an option to report it. Facebook will then review the post, and if it agrees that there is reason for concern, the individual concerned will be presented with a prompt to get help [&hellip

ISIL killer identified as Londoner

ISIL killer identified as Londoner

New reports have identified a militant behind ISIL beheadings as a 26-year-old man from west London. The US daily, Washington Post said according to friends and others familiar with the case, the man is Mohammed Emwazi, a Briton from a well-to-do family who grew up in West London and graduated from college with a degree in [&hellip

Argentine judge rejects AMIA cover-up

Argentine judge rejects AMIA cover-up

An Argentine judge has dismissed cover-up charges against the country’s President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in the 1994 AMIA case. Federal Judge Daniel Rafecas said there were no elements to justify continuation of an investigation on an alleged political effort by President Kirchner to cover up the role claimed to have been played by Iran [&hellip

ISIL present in all 50 US states: FBI

ISIL present in all 50 US states: FBI

The director of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says the agency is investigating suspected supporters of the ISIL terrorist group in all 50 American states. James Comey made the revelation on Wednesday while addressing a meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG), which is an organization of 56 US state and [&hellip

Surgeon plans first human head transplant

Surgeon plans first human head transplant

​The first human head transplant could take place in just two years, according to a radical proposal by an Italian surgeon. Sergio Canavero, from the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, wants the surgery to be used to help extend the lives of people who have suffered degeneration of the muscles and nerves or those who have [&hellip

‘ISIL kidnaps 220 Assyrians in 3 days’

‘ISIL kidnaps 220 Assyrians in 3 days’

The ISIL Takfiri group has kidnapped at least 220 Assyrian civilians in the northeast of Syria over the past three days, a report says. According to the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on Thursday, the Assyrian civilians were abducted from 11 villages in Tel Tamer countryside in Hasakah Province in northeastern Syria. The hostages have been taken [&hellip