Today : 22 Ramadan 1437H., 27/06/2016 A.D.

 

Tuesday, July 05, 2016 is the first of the month of Shawwal

The Juristic Office at the Institution of His Eminence, the late Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah (ra), issued a statement in which it determined that Tuesday, July 05, 2016 is the first of the month of Shawwal, hence Eid Al-Fitr..... Details ›

The Commander of the Faithful (a.s.)

His Eminence, Sayyed Ali Fadlullah, delivered the two Friday sermons. In the first sermon, he commemorated the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Ali Bin Abi Talib (a.s.). In the second sermon, he called on the Lebanese political parties and confessions not to wait for the results of the developments in the region, for the country is practically falling on all levels. He also condemned the act of stripping Sheikh Isa Qassim of his citizenship and called on the rulers of Bahrain to reconsider their decision.... Details ›

On Zakat Al-Fitrah

As the last days of the month of Ramadan approach, and considering the numerous questions we received on Zakat Al-Fitrah and its related rulings, we would like to shed light on some of them... Details ›

Towards a bold discussion on the historicity of the religious text and how to develop the Islamic thought

In the context of today’s ongoing discussion, at the Arab and Islamic levels, regarding the Islamic political project and how to face the new challenges, especially vis-à-vis the growth of extremism and violence in the name of religion, and considering that many extremist Islamic organizations and political Islamic movements rely on the religious texts...

How to grow and develop, according to Imam Ali (a.s.)*

In this lecture, His Eminence, the late Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah (ra) discusses one of the sermons of Imam Ali (a.s.) in which he talked about fanaticism and its destructive impacts on individuals and groups alike and mentioned many things that are capable of immunizing people against this repugnant immoral disease and attaching them to the human values..

The relation of the disciples with Jesus (a.s.) and the Message*

In this lecture, His Eminence, the late Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah (ra) discusses the relation of the disciples with Jesus (a.s.) and the Message. He explained that the disciples set out to declare that they are the supporters of Allah having believed in Prophet Jesus (a.s.) and his Message that Allah has revealed to him...

How to treat the phenomenon of Takfir? Part I

Part I of the series of questions in which His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah (ra), talks about the phenomenon of Takfir in the Muslim communities and the ways to face it, by answering a series of relevant inquiries. His Eminence considers that the Takfiri groups are people who do not know Islam or its truth, and that is why they do not differentiate between disbelief and belief....

How to treat the phenomenon of Takfir? Part II

Part II of the series of questions in which His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah (ra), talks about the phenomenon of Takfir in the Muslim communities and the ways to face it, by answering a series of relevant inquiries. His Eminence considers that the Takfiri groups are people who do not know Islam or its truth, and that is why they do not differentiate between disbelief and belief....

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- Fasting is not a training means for a blind will; but rather, it is a training means for a will that is open to the path of Allah.

- Allah rendered fasting a means to achieve piety.

- Allah wants our fasting in the month of Ramadan to be a means to recall the Day of Judgment.

Q: What is meant by immersing the head in water, and is someone considered to be immersing his head in water by taking a shower?
A: It means to cover the head totally with water, and taking a shower does not mean that one is immersing his head in water.

Q: Does the medicine shot in the muscles invalidate fasting?
A: No, it does not.

Q: Does gastroesophageal reflux invalidate fasting?
A: If it is unintentional, then it does not break the fast.