In this discussion, I wish to explore another beautiful angle in this verse, namely that this social responsibility is shared
Truth be told, Tauheed is not as simple as we are outlining here, as it is indeed a very detailed discussion.
From this foundation laid out in the previous discussion, our focus will now be on the ethical values of the Holy Quran which manifested in Karbala.
In tonight’s discussion we would like to explore how the Quran views the human being – both in its creation and status.
Tonight, we will discuss another major Quranic subject, namely our relationship with this world in which we live and enjoy.
May Almighty Allah accept our efforts thus far in this month of Muharram in trying to keep the memory of the tragedy of Karbala alive
Jahangir Khan Qashqa’i was a musician that was part of a nomadic tribe in the mid-1800s of Iran. He was an acclaimed instrumentalist, known for playing a tar – a traditional Iranian guitar.
Real Taqwa & piety are not possible by just protecting oneself & being indifferent & insensitive towards the society & community in which we live.
The question I would like to ask at this point is therefore: Is it possible to be held accountable for actions we did not do?
We will be undergoing a journey where we will discuss Quran & Karbala and Imam Husain (a.s) and his connection to the Holy Quran.