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Hierarch of Siam 2 (Islam in Thailand)



Now second part of documentary about promotion of Shiites in Thailand. Sheikh Ahmed Qomi went to Siam in 1602, for trade and when he reached there they find Siam suitable for living there, he selected a place in Ayutthaya for his family and started a trade of goods from Siam to Iran and from Iran to Siam. In few days he earned money and then with that money he bought a home and constructed a it with bricks. The name of this place is spelled as"تکیہ" (Takia) and it is clear that this word is derivative from Persian word which is meant for mourning of Hussein a.s, the people of Thailand belongs to Naqashbandi and Qadri Sufi spiritual order, these Sufi orders were introduced in Thailand by Sufi Personalities of Subcontinent India. Sheikh Ahmed Qomi belonged to Great Iranian Civilization and it was because of Sheikh was representing Iranian Civilization in Thailand, so he gave all experiences and techniques to Thailand for construction of bridges and Canals for supply of water to cities and in construction we can see now also Iranian Style of Construction. Due to these experiences Thai Kings liked much Sheikh and Sheikh took advantage to explore Islam and Shiites Sect in Thailand. Sheikh strengthened the Muslims in Siam (Thailand).  

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Shrine of Imam Reza a.s



Imam Reza a.s was 8th Imam of Muslims and has much importance and popularity among all Muslims as far as in Shiites sect. Shrine of Imam Reza a.s is located in Mashahd city of Iran. The whole building including mosque is one of the largest mosque in dimension and second largest in capacity all over the world. But Shrine of Imam Reza a.s has central position and importance in all building. In 818 Imam Reza was martyred by Al Mamoon, a Abbasid king. Imam Reza was buried beside the grave of Haroon, Abbasid King. Shiites and Sunnis started to visit this grave and with the passing of time the place was extended, many new Bazaars and buildings was erected there.This place was called Mashhad Al Reza meaning as Place of Martyrdom of Ali Al Reza. In 993 this shrine was ruined by Ghaznavid king known as Sabuktagin. But his son Mehmood Ghaznavi ordered again to repair and explore the holy shrine of Imam Reza. This building contained within the complex include: the Goharshad Mosque, a museum, a library, four seminaries, a cemetery, the Razavi University of Islamic Sciences, a dining hall for pilgrims, vast prayer halls, and other buildings.Visitors and pilgrims from all over the world are attracted by this holy, sacred and beautiful shrine.



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Kabbalah & Jewish Mysticism 1 (Inveiglement of Satan)



Kabbalah's definition varies according to the tradition and aims of those following it, from its religious origin as an integral part of Judaism, to its later Christian, New Age, or Occultist syncretic adaptations. Kabbalah is a set of esoteric teachings meant to explain the relationship between an unchanging, eternal and mysterious Ein Sof (no end) and the mortal and finite universe (his creation). While it is heavily used by some denominations, it is not a religious denomination in itself. Inside Judaism, it forms the foundations of mystical religious interpretation. Outside Judaism, its scriptures are read outside the traditional canons of organised religion. Kabbalah seeks to define the nature of the universe and the human being, the nature and purpose of existence, and various other ontological questions. It also presents methods to aid understanding of these concepts and to thereby attain spiritual realisation.Kabbalah originally developed entirely within the realm of Jewish thought and kabbalists often use classical Jewish sources to explain and demonstrate its esoteric teachings. These teachings are thus held by followers in Judaism to define the inner meaning of both the Hebrew Bible and traditional Rabbinic literature, their formerly concealed transmitted dimension, as well as to explain the significance of Jewish religious observances.
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The Satan (Devil) Inveiglement of Satan



Experiencing the atmosphere of the Quranic dialogue between God and Satan exposes Satan’s acrimonious position towards man. It is thus evident that he is bent on destroying man and undermining
the lofty station God has lifted him to. Satan does this in reaction to God ousting him from the domain of His Mercy for having failed to obey His orders. Thus, there is no shadow of a doubt that the idea that Satan has not been done justice, in that he is a true believer deep down, is a ludicrous one. On the contrary, a picture of a psychopath comes across very clearly. The manifestations of this picture are his disobeying God’s orders and the positions he takes that are induced by selfish reactions, without giving a considered thought to the consequences of his actions to his destiny in this world and the hereafter.
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Islamic Unity Conference 2013 (Week of Unity)



New Flag of Muslim Ummah Opened in Tehran during Islamic Unity Conference  

Supreme Leader\'s Speech to Government Officials and Participants of Conference on Islamic Unity
29/01/2013
The following is the full text of the speech delivered on January 29, 2013 by Ayatollah Khamenei the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in a meeting with government officials and foreign participants of the 26th Conference on Islamic Unity. The meeting was held on the occasion of the birthday anniversaries of the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) and Imam Sadiq (a.s.).
In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
I would like to congratulate all of you honorable audience, the dear guests, who have come here from other countries, the ambassadors of Islamic countries and also all the great people of Iran - who proved their kindness and commitment to the issue of prophethood in practice - on this auspicious and great Eid. I also congratulate the entire Islamic Ummah - who has a feeling of unity and unanimity centered on the auspicious name of the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) - on this great Eid. I would like to extend my congratulation to all the liberated people throughout the world on this auspicious Eid. The blessings which have been bestowed on the great birthday of the Holy Prophet (s.w.a.) really belong to all the liberated people throughout the world. These blessings belong to all the people who are after liberation, justice and achieving lofty and divine values.

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Shrine of Hazrat Ali A.S (Rauza E Hazrat Ali A.S)



Hazrat Ali is the father of Imam Hussain (A.S)the greatest martyred on earth.Hazrat Ali is known by several names like Al-Murtaza, Al-Amir-ul-Mo'mineen, Abu-Turab, Asadullah,Kunyat - Abul Hasan,Maula Mushkeel Qusha.Maula Ali (A.S) is son of Abu Talib-ibne-Abdul Muttalib & Fatima bint-e-Asad (S.A).He was the only man to be born in the Kabah (The house of God).He was the first to compile and codify the Quran. He was the first to offer homage to the Holy Prophet (PBUH&HF).He was the first to have the honor of being nominated by the Holy Prophet (PBUH&HF) as his successor, testator and vice regent. The honor of owning a house which opened into the courtyard of the Prophet's (PBUH&HF) mosque was reserved for Imam Ali (as) alone. He was the first to be styled as "brother" by the Prophet (PBUH&HF) and on every occasion. He was the first to give burial to the Prophet (PBUH&HF). He was the first to be appointed commander in all those battles in which the Holy Prophet (PBUH&HF) did not participate personally. The honor of the propagation of the Quranic Sura, "al Bara'at" fell to Imam Ali's (as) lot.... and many more
When u fall in any difficulties in your life time just take the name of our greatest Imam "YA ALI MADAD" your difficulties will Surely get away from your life very soon.
Imam ALI (A.S)Died - at the age of 63 years, at Kufa, on Monday, the 21st Ramadan 40 AH, murdered by an assassin who mortally wounded him with a poisoned sword in the Mosque at Kufa during morning prayers on the 19th of Ramadan.
Buried - Najaf, near Kufa.
The story the founding of the shrine indicates that, shortly after the murder of Ali and the burial of his body at Najaf, near Baghdad, some of Ali's followers worried that his body would be desecrated by his enemies, and they placed his remains on a white female camel. Ali's followers traveled with the camel for several weeks, until the camel ultimately fell to the ground exhausted. The body was then reburied where the camel fell. The body was said to be rediscovered there in the 12th century.According to tradition, Mazar-i-Sharif owes its existence to a dream. At the beginning of the 12th century, a local mullah had a dream in which Ali bin Abi Talib, the prophet's cousin and son-in-law and first Shia Imam and one of the four Rightly Guided Caliphs appeared to reveal that he had been secretly buried near the city of Balkh. After investigation and the opening of the tomb, the Seljuk sultan Sanjar ordered a city and shrine to be built on the spot, where it stood until its destruction by Genghis Khan. Although later rebuilt, Mazar stood in the shadow of its neighbor Balkh, until that city was abandoned in 1866 for health reasons.
The Seljuq dynasty sultan Ahmed Sanjar rebuilt the first shrine at this location. it was destroyed by Genghis Khan in the invasion around 1220. It was rebuilt in the 15th century by Husain Baiqara.[3] Most of the shrine's decorations, however, are the result of modern restoration work.[1] One of the few remaining artifacts from the earlier shrine is a marble slab inscribed with the words, "Ali, Lion of God."2313
A site plan of the location made in the 1910s shows that there had earlier been a smaller walled precinct in the mosque, which were razed to create parklands later, although the portals to this precincts still remain as gateways for the shrine.
Tombs of varying dimensions were added for a number of Afghan political and religious leaders over the years, which has led to the development of its current irregular dimensions. These include the square domed tomb of Amir Dost Muhammad, Wazir Akbar Khan and a similar structure for Amir Sher Ali and his family.
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Allama Iqbal - Shikwa Jawab E Shikwa ( Madam Noor Jahan is Singing )




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State of Man After Death (Poem of Allama iqbal R.A)



State Of Barzakh, Kalam e Iqbal, Book Armughan e Hijjaz - Urdu & English
A revolutionary poem of Iqbal Lahori from book Armughan e Hijjaz .The main message of this truly beautiful and message conveying poem is to wake up sleeping Nation and showing them not to live as a slave
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Allama Iqbal 1 Star of East (Islamic Poet)

Allama Iqbal 2 Star of East (Islamic Poet) 

Allama Iqbal 3 Star of East (Islamic Poet)

Allama Iqbal 4 Star of East (Islamic Poet) 

Allama Iqbal 5 Star of East (Islamic Poet)

Allama Iqbal 6 Star of East (Islamic Poet)

Allama Iqbal 8 Star of East (Islamic Poet)

Allama Iqbal 9 Star of East (Islamic Poet)

Allama Iqbal 10 Star of East (Islamic Poet)

Allama Iqbal 11 End Star of East (Islamic Poet)

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Maulana Rumi and Allama Iqbal (Peer o Mureed )




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Allama Iqbal 11 End Star of East (Islamic Poet)



The Rumuz-e-Bekhudi complements the emphasis on the self in the Asrar-e-Khudi and the two collections are often put in the same volume under the title Asrar-e-Rumuz (Hinting Secrets), and it is addressed to the world's Muslims. Iqbal sees the individual and his community as reflections of each other. The individual needs to be strengthened before he can be integrated into the community, whose development in turn depends on the preservation of the communal ego. It is through contact with others that an ego learns to accept the limitations of its own freedom and the meaning of love. Muslim communities must ensure order in life and must therefore preserve their communal tradition. It is in this context that Iqbal sees the vital role of women, who as mothers are directly responsible for inculcating values in their children.
Iqbal's 1924 publication, the Payam-e-Mashriq (The Message of the East) is closely connected to the West-östlicher Diwan by the famous German poet Goethe. Goethe bemoaned that the West had become too materialistic in outlook and expected that the East would provide a message of hope that would resuscitate spiritual values. Iqbal styles his work as a reminder to the West of the importance of morality, religion and civilization by underlining the need for cultivating feeling, ardour and dynamism. He explains that an individual could never aspire for higher dimensions unless he learns of the nature of spirituality.[6] In his first visit to Afghanistan, he presented his book "Payam-e Mashreq" to King Amanullah Khan in which he admired the liberal movements of Afghanistan against the British Empire. In 1933, he was officially invited to Afghanistan to join the meetings regarding the establishment of Kabul University.
The Zabur-e-Ajam (Persian Psalms), published in 1927, includes the poems Gulshan-e-Raz-e-Jadeed (Garden of New Secrets) and Bandagi Nama (Book of Slavery). In Gulshan-e-Raz-e-Jadeed, Iqbal first poses questions, then answers them with the help of ancient and modern insight and shows how it effects and concerns the world of action. Bandagi Nama denounces slavery by attempting to explain the spirit behind the fine arts of enslaved societies. Here as in other books, Iqbal insists on remembering the past, doing well in the present and preparing for the future, emphasising love, enthusiasm and energy to fill the ideal life.
Iqbal's 1932 work, the Javed Nama (Book of Javed) is named after and in a manner addressed to his son, who is featured in the poems, and follows the examples of the works of Ibn Arabi and Dante's The Divine Comedy, through mystical and exaggerated depiction across time. Iqbal depicts himself as Zinda Rud ("A stream full of life") guided by Rumi, "the master," through various heavens and spheres, and has the honour of approaching divinity and coming in contact with divine illuminations. In a passage re-living a historical period, Iqbal condemns the Muslim traitors who were instrumental in the defeat and death of Nawab Siraj-ud-Daula of Bengal and Tipu Sultan of Mysore respectively by betraying them for the benefit of the British colonists, and thus delivering their country to the shackles of slavery. At the end, by addressing his son Javid, he speaks to the young people at large, and provides guidance to the "new generation."
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Allama Iqbal 10 Star of East (Islamic Poet)



Iss Dair-e-Kuhan Mein Hain Gharzmand Poojari
Ranjeeda Button Se Hon To Karte Hain Khuda Yaad
Itching palms, in the old temple of Earth, have the kneelers,
Men who remember their God only when idols are deaf.
Pooja Bhi hai Be-sood, Namazain bhi hain Be-sood
Qismat Hai Gharibon Ki Wohi Nala-o-Faryad
Vain are the Hindu’s rites and vain the Mohammedan’s worship;
Wailing and gnashing of teeth still are the lot of the poor
Hain Garcha Bulandi Mein Amaraat Falak Bous
Har Sheher Haqiqat Mein Hai Weerana’ay Abad
None of earth’s cities in truth is more than a populous desert,
High though their buildings soar, kissing the sky with their roofs.
Allah ! Tera Shukar Ke Ye Khitta-e-Pursouz
Soudagar-e-Yourap Ki Ghulami Se Hai Azad !
Free of enslavement, Allah be thanked, to the huckster of Europe—
Free is this country of ours, scorched in the furnace of Hell.
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Allama Iqbal 9 Star of East (Islamic Poet)




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Allama Iqbal 8 Star of East (Islamic Poet)



Allama Iqbal is regarded as one of the most influential Muslim poet and scholar of the 20th century throughout the Muslim World. His concept of Islamic revival did not only lead to the creation of Pakistan, but also the Iranian Revolution which he had prophesied. His works were also influential during the breaking up of the central Asian former Soviet republics, most of which were Muslim majority. Allama Iqbal's poetry has also been translated into several European languages where his works were famous during the early part of the 20th Century. He lives on through the various organizations dedicated to his works throughout the world. He lives among Iran as one of the greatest Persian Poets ever, in Pakistan as the greatest Urdu poet of all time and is regarded as the national poet and hero, who was the bases of the creation of the first Muslim Nation.
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Allama Iqbal 7 Star of East (Islamic Poet)



Iqbal is commemorated widely in Pakistan, where he is regarded as the ideological founder of the state. His Tarana-e-Hind is a song that is widely used in India as a patriotic song speaking of communal harmony. His birthday is annually commemorated in Pakistan as Iqbal Day and is a national holiday. For a long time, Iqbal's actual date of birth remained disputed, with many believing February 23 to be the date of Iqbal's birth. On February 1, 1974 a Pakistani government committee officially declared Iqbal's date of birth to be November 9. Iqbal is the namesake of many public institutions, including the Allama Iqbal Medical College,Lahore, Allama Iqbal Open University and the Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore — the second-busiest airport in the nation. Government and public organizations have sponsored the establishment of colleges and schools dedicated to Iqbal, and have established the Iqbal Academy to research, teach and preserve the works, literature and philosophy of Iqbal.
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Allama Iqbal 6 Star of East (Islamic Poet)



Some historians postulate that Jinnah always remained hopeful for an agreement with the Congress and never fully desired the partition of India. Iqbal's close correspondence with Jinnah is speculated by some historians as having been responsible for Jinnah's embrace of the idea of Pakistan. Iqbal elucidated to Jinnah his vision of a separate Muslim state in a letter sent on June 21, 1937:"A separate federation of Muslim Provinces, reformed on the lines I have suggested above, is the only course by which we can secure a peaceful India and save Muslims from the domination of Non-Muslims. Why should not the Muslims of North-West India and Bengal be considered as nations entitled to self-determination just as other nations in India and outside India are."Iqbal, serving as president of the Punjab Muslim League, criticized Jinnah's political actions, including a political agreement with Punjabi leader Sir Sikandar Hyat Khan, whom Iqbal saw as a representative of feudal classes and not committed to Islam as the core political philosophy. Nevertheless, Iqbal worked constantly to encourage Muslim leaders and masses to support Jinnah and the League.
Speaking about the political future of Muslims in India, Iqbal said:"There is only one way out. Muslims should strengthen Jinnah's hands. They should join the Muslim League. Indian question, as is now being solved, can be countered by our united front against both the Hindus and the English. Without it, our demands are not going to be accepted. People say our demands smack of communalism. This is sheer propaganda. These demands relate to the defense of our national existence.... The united front can be formed under the leadership of the Muslim League. And the Muslim League can succeed only on account of Jinnah. Now none but Jinnah is capable of leading the Muslims."
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