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This work Faith and reason employs both verses of the Noble Quran and authentic traditions of the prophet (saw) and his successors. By drawing upon both these methods ones’ faith in the fifty topics covered in this work is strengthened. However at the same time various other opinions are brought forth to further elucidate on the belief system such that through reason we are able to better understand the philosophy behind the Islamic code of life.

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ContentThis work Faith and reason employs both verses of the Noble Quran and authentic traditions of the prophet (saw) and his successors. By drawing upon both these methods ones’ faith in the fifty topics covered in this work is strengthened. However at the same time various other opinions are brought forth to further elucidate on the belief system such that through reason we are able to better understand the philosophy behind the Islamic code of life. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY IEB OF WORLD FEDERATIONThis book is based on Majlis-e-Ulama Shia folder for class 3. Any Madressa using this folder will be able to do wordsearches on following topics. (1) Names page 7 (2) History page 9 (3) Imam Zainul Abideen (as) pages 10-11. (4) Imam Baqir (as) page 14 (5) History pages 15-16 (6) Imam Sadiq (as) page 19 (7) Imam Sadiq (as) page 20 (8) Imam Kadhim pages 23-24-25 (9) ImamRidha (as) pages 28-30 (10) Imam Taqi (as) pages 33-34 (11) Imam Naqi (as) 37-38 (12) Imam Askari (as) pages 41-44 (13) Imam Mahdi (as) pages 47-49 (14) cities in saudi Arabia pages 52- 54 (15) Cities in Iraq pages55-58 (16) Baytul Muqqaddas pages 59-60 (17) Cities in Syria pages 61-65 (18) Raas pages 68-69  (19) Imam Hussain pages 72-90. This book can be easily be photo copied and can be used as handouts for anyone using Majlis-e-Ulama syllabus class 3 History. Ideal for teachers and parents to use for children HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UK  This book by  Ayatullah Baqir Al Hakim  Book 2 of 7. Covering many aspects of life. Ayatulluh Baqir al Hakim is son of Grand Ayatullah Mohsin Al Hakim and also the the first leader after Saddam. He was killed in in Najaf Al Ashraf, joining rest of Shaheeds from his family of 72. Topics covered 1 Creed 2 Ethical aspect 3 Cultural aspect 4 Seeking knowledge 5 Variety in Education 6 Scietific- Hawzah 7 Grief and weeping 8 The tragedy of Karbala 9 Imam Mahdi (as)The Holy Koran English(Shia) Translation by S.V Mir Ahmed Ali and edited by Yasin t al-Jibouri Heavily subsidized by www.islamicthought.co.ukPrinciples of good governance in the letter of Ali to al-Ashtar refers to a set of instructions and advice for rulers, reputedly addressed at Malik al-Ashtar (d. 657), the Arab military commander and an ardent supporter of Ali ibn Abi Talib (d. 661), who was the fourth Rashidun caliph (r. 656–661), the first Shia imam, and the cousin and son-in-law of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The letter is attributed to Ali and outlines his conception of just and righteous governance, following the appointment of al-Ashtar as the new governor of Egypt circa 657 CE. Among the earliest extant records about Islamic rule, the letter has received considerable attention throughout the Muslim history as a blueprint for Islamic governance. The theme of the letter can be summarized as justice and compassion for all, regardless of class, creed, and color. Malik was killed en route to Egypt to assume his new post at the instigation of Mu'awiya, the archenemy of Ali. HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED BY WWW.ISLAMICTHOUGHT.CO.UK
If we study the subjects of FIQH in detail, we find that every one of them is peculiar and singular in itself. Some of the laws relate to the natural urge in human beings to adore and worship. It guides us to worship none but Allah, in the prescribed form, seeking His pleasure. Then there are laws which prompt us to serve, be helpful and useful to human society, at the same time affirming our obedience to Allah. These are Zakat, Khums, our social and political duties, Jihad, Amr bil Ma'roof and Nahy anil Munkar, training in martial arts etc. Also covering brief history of over 40 Mujtahids.
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