Friday September 18, 2020 AD Muharram 30, 1442 AH
Mansoor Hashemi Khorasani
(5) Allamah Mansoor Hashemi Khorasani may God protect him does not belong to any of the Islamic sects; because he does not consider any of them -whether from the Sunni sects or from the Shiite sects- to be complete and flawless, and he believes that all of them -more or less- are infected with some heresies and belief and jurisprudential deviations. (About Mansoor Hashemi Khorasani)
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Laws; Forbidden businesses and occupations
Reza Razi 26/12/2015
86 86
Laws; Promoting good and forbidding evil
I am a man of pulpit[1] and one of the devotees of his Excellency allamah Khorasani may God protect him, and sometimes in my preachings I use luminous sayings and eloquent sermons of this honorable man in order to make people aware of the true teachings of Islam, but unfortunately, considering the existing security conditions in Iran and the poisoned atmosphere they have created against this oppressed scholar, I am not able to mention his Honor’s name and cannot quote these things explicitly from his Honor; especially since there are fanatics among the people of the mosque who, if they hear the name of this honorable man from my mouth, will not even pray behind me anymore and will cause me many problems. However, I sometimes refer to this honorable man in a brief way and say, for example, “In the words of one of the great men” or “In the words of one of the scholars” or “Some wise men have said” and the like, but I do not know whether these hints are enough or not? In any case, my question is whether this is permissible for me, considering that I intend to promote the true teachings of Islam? If not, what should I do? Thank you and thank this great scholar who is a clear example of «إنّک علی الحقّ المبین»[2] and with his valuable works, he has raised our level of thought and insight toward Islam by several degrees and has corrected our wrong views, especially on the issue of Mahdism, and has started a great and unprecedented cultural revolution in the Islamic world, which promises the global revolution of Mahdi, God willing.
Esma’ili 26/12/2015
85 85
Introductions; Knowledge; Necessity of and how to gaining knowledge (Ijtihad)
Hamed Sotudeh 11/12/2015
84 84
Introductions; Knowledge; Impediments to gaining knowledge; Imitation
Reza Razi 07/12/2015
83 83
Introductions; Proof; The book of God; Interpretation of Quran; Interpretation of some verses of Quran
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
82 82
Laws; Newly occurred issues
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
81 81
Laws; Newly occurred issues
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
80 80
Laws; Newly occurred issues
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
79 79
Laws; Newly occurred issues
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
78 78
Introductions; Proof; The book of God; Interpretation of Quran; Method and rules of interpretation of Quran
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
77 77
Laws; Zakat, Khums, charity and endowment
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
76 76
Beliefs; Cognition about the Caliphs of God; Mahdi; Existence of Mahdi and his virtues
Ali Razi 06/12/2015
75 75
Laws; Prayer (Salah); The Jama’ah (congregational) prayer
Karim 02/12/2015
74 74
Beliefs; Cognition about the Caliphs of God; Mahdi; Mansoor and the movement for preparation of the grounds for the advent of Mahdi
According to the rule which Allamah may God protect him has mentioned regarding the advent of Imam Mahdi, that his advent does not require the gathering of all people and requires the gathering of a sufficient number of them, some questions have arisen for me, which are as follows: 1. Is the quantity and quality of this sufficient number known for him or is its knowledge with God? 2. Did this sufficient number not exist in the time of the caliphs of the past? 3. Given that the caliphs of the past had a large force at times in history, for example, the Messenger of God in the war with the Romans had 30,000 men, Imam Ali in Siffin had about 100,000 men, Imam Hassan in the war with Mu’awiyah had about 12,000 men, Imam Hussain in Kufa had about 18,000 men, Imam Sadegh during the Khorasani uprising had about 100,000 Khorasanis who wanted him to rise up, even during the absence of Imam Mahdi, the Shia community got organized and ready for the advent many times, for example, during the Safavid period, waiting and readiness for the advent were high, to the point that the great scholars of the Shia such as Majlisi and others, believed it was time for the advent and the Safavid were preparers of the ground for the advent; because most of the narrations corresponded to the conditions of their time, but it did not happen. With this introduction, please explain where the problem were and what were the shortcomings that the Imams of Ahl al-Bayt did not achieve their goals? 4. Do we not have the shortcomings of the past? 5. What is so special about our generation that did not exist in them, while they seem to be better than us physically and mentally? Considering the difficult conditions and the complexity of the situation and our physical and mental weakness that have been created over time, we need God’s special grace as well as Imam Mahdi’s special attention may we be his sacrifice in order to provide a sufficient number of helpers who have not any equals in the pas eras. From every side I went, I gained nothing but terror I seek refuge from this desert and the infinite path I lost my way in this dark night Oh you the guidance star, rise from a corner[1]
Hadi Honarju 28/11/2015
73 73
Beliefs; Cognition about the Caliphs of God; Mahdi; Mansoor and the movement for preparation of the grounds for the advent of Mahdi
Mohammad Javad 27/11/2015
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