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The Demise of the Holy Prophet (p.)

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked in his first sermon about Prophet Muhammad (p.) on his death anniversary, and considered that Islam was his ultimate concern; thus, his last will to the Muslims was to preserve it and keep it away from their fanaticisms and spites. In his second sermon, he said that the Arab officials are dealing with the Arab reality in such a naivety and defeatist manner in dealing with the major causes of the nation that they appear before the world as a weak and defeated nation...

Divine Mercy

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked in his first sermon about Divine mercy and how it encompasses the entire existence, and confirmed that it is the main trait through which man ought to envisage his Lord. In his second sermon, he talked about the ongoing Israeli threats to wage an all-out war on Syria and Lebanon, calling for exposing this enemy and being highly ready and at all levels to confront it. He also pointed that Lebanon still represents a main target for the enemy that spares no effort to try to penetrate its arena..

Patience: One of the Pillars of Faith

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked about the true meanings of patience and the kinds of trials that might hit man. In his second sermon, he said that the enemy is going forth with its colonization project that has expanded to include An-Naqab (Negev) and Al-Jalil (Galilee), warning that once the Palestinian cause falls in the hands of the enemy, it [the enemy] will be encouraged to dominate over the remaining Arab sovereignty. He also pointed out that Iraq is meant to be turned onto an arena for testing international and regional projects and considered that the unity the Lebanese demonstrated...

Imam Al-Hassan (a.s.): An Ideal to Follow

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked in his first sermon about Imam Al-Hassan, commemorating his death anniversary, and about what the Imamate of the Members of the House actually refers to. He also called for modeling after them in our present times instead of confining them to our fanaticisms and complications. In his second sermon, he warned the Palestinian Authority against stepping, once again, into the game of negotiations with the enemy, calling on the European states to cease resorting to the policy of double standards and be just....

The Position of the Mind in Islam

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked in his first sermon about the mind that establishes balance in man's life and gives man his value before Allah, as well as before his fellow human beings, confirming that Islam does not accept that we adopt the mentality of backwardness and mythology. In his second sermon, he said that the enemy is still issuing threats against Lebanon and Gaza, warning Obama from giving the Zionist entity the green light to carry out new foolish acts in the region, for their repercussions will be backfired at the Americans themselves and the enemy's entity....

Zein Al-Abideen (a.s.): The Imam of Knowledge, Piety, and Jihad

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked in his first sermon about Imam Zein Al-Abideen (a.s.) and called for studying his (a.s.) multi-dimensional character away from the stereotyped image that he used to weep and cry, day and night, over his father, Al-Hussein (a.s.). In his second sermon, he said that the Palestinian cause is undergoing one of the most dangerous phases, where practical steps are underway for a humiliating settlement in which the Arab regimes would succumb to the Israeli terms....

The Concept of Consultation in Islam

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, discussed in the first sermon that Sayyed Ali Fadlullah, delivered on his behalf the concept of consultation in Islam, considering that it represents an Islamic trend that includes all the intellectual and practical positions in the Islamic society. In the second sermon, His Eminence wondered how the doors could be blocked before the humanitarian aid convoys sent to Gaza, at a time the same doors are open ajar to receive the enemy's leaders. At the Lebanese level, he noted that the problem lies in the fact that a certain party neglects the enemy's threats..

The Concept of Trust in Islam

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked in his first sermon about the concept of trust in Islam and said that is necessary to base the human relations on trust. In his second sermon, he talked about the Palestinian cause that is trapped between the Israeli wall and the Palestinian wall and about how America is seeking to establish the widest international alliance to besiege Iran. Moreover, he called on the Lebanese for a social and political workshop...

The Prophet's Migration: A Basis for a New Phase

His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, talked in his first sermon about the significance of the Prophet (p.)'s migration and how it is necessary to take it as an Islamic rule for migrating from a place that one is weak in, into another that might offer him some strength. In his second sermon, His Eminence called for establishing a road map for the resistance so that it would deter the continuous colonization expansion in Palestine, and he noted that the American pressures exerted on Iran aim at subduing it to terms that target its sovereignty and independence....

Imam Al-Baqir (a.s.): The Imam of Knowledge and Dialogue

On the death anniversary of Imam Al-Baqir (a.s.), His Eminence, the Religious Authority, Sayyed Muhammad Hussein Fadlullah, demonstrated, in his first sermon, the opinions of some historians on the Imam, revealing that he was the Imam of knowledge who called for dialogue even with those who had different points of view. In his second sermon, he said that the enemy is striving to turn the cause from a movement of liberation and resistance into one of negotiations, and eventually into an inert movement of words only and no actions whatsoever, warning that retrieving one's rights could only be accomplished by means of resistance....

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