The contemporary figure also sent regular messages on birthday and martyrdom anniversaries of Imam Ali and invited all government officials and masses to follow footsteps of the truthful successor of the holy prophet in all perspectives of life.
Following is a summary of Dr Beheshti's points of view concerning religious education and the factors involving in this issue.
"It is He Who has sent down to you the Book. Parts of it are definitive verses, which are the Mother of the Book (Umm al-Kitab), while others are metaphorical. As for those in whose hearts is deviance, they pursue what is metaphorical in it, seeking mischief and seeking its interpretation (to suit their whims). But no one knows its (actual) interpretation except Allah and those firmly grounded in knowledge (Rasekhouna fi’l-Ilm); they say: "we believe in it; all of it is from our Lord.” And none takes admonition except those who possess intellect.” (Holy Qur’an: 3:7)
The great lady of Islam passed away in the 10th Hejira year at the age of 65. She supported the Prophet (PBUH) in his mission for 25 years sacrificing her life and wealth. Her death was a great loss to the Prophet (PBUH).
Imam Khomeini issued a statement, saying, “In this great disaster, the Iranian nation offered 72 innocent people, equal to the number of martyrs of Karbala.”
Some studies have linked doing brainy puzzles and physical exercise with a decreased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, or with staving off the cognitive decline associated with the disease. But now, new research suggests otherwise.
In a paper entitled “No empowerment without rights, no rights without politics”, that was written for a Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) assessment project, we argued that: “…progress towards gender equality and women’s empowerment in the development agenda requires a human
rights-based approach, and requires support for the women’s movement to activate and energize the agenda.
Iran commemorates the 52nd anniversary of a public uprising in June 5, 1963 that ignited the flames of Islamic Revolution of Iran.
One of the most important religious occasions among Shia Muslims is the 15th of the sixth Islamic month of Shaban which is the birthday of twelfth Imam of Shia Muslims, Imam Mahdi. The occasion of Mid-Shaban is marked by devotion and celebration among Muslims, especially the Shia.
Imam Khomeni, a man who changed the world’s perception about religion, paved the way for freedom from the clutches of Imperialism, Pakistani academic figures say.
Globalization has made consumers powerful actors in our world economy. Our daily choices as consumers affect the lives of workers in distant places and the way people live. Sustainable consumption means buying goods and services that do not harm the environment, society, and the economy. Although it is predominantly an issue for high-income and emerging economies, consumption is an excellent entry point for teaching about sustainable development. Consumer education is practical, touching the daily lives of people near and far away. Local consumer action can have a global, social, economic, and environmental impact, both today and tomorrow.
Education for Sustainable Development allows every human being to acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to shape a sustainable future.
By: Seyyed Ali Shahbaz Today the 11th of Sha’ban is celebrated every year in the Islamic Republic of Iran as “Day of Youth”.
Two pennies can be considered the same -- both are pennies, just as two elephants can be considered the same, as both are elephants. Despite the vast difference between pennies and elephants, we easily notice the common relation of sameness that holds for both pairs.
Since its creation in 1945, UNESCO’s mission has been to contribute to the building of peace, poverty eradication, lasting development and intercultural dialogue, with education as one of its principal activities to achieve this aim. The Organization is committed to a holistic and humanistic vision of quality education worldwide, the realization of everyone’s right to education, and the belief that education plays a fundamental role in human, social and economic development.
Morteza Motahari was born in Fariman village, 31st January, 1919. His father, Sheikh Mohammad Motahari who had completed his studies in Najaf was one of the leading clergies of Fariman.
All children have the right to education - a right that is expressed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and defended by EI within the framework of its global action campaign for accessible, free quality public education for all. Early childhood education (ECE) must be seen as an integral part of this right
One of the principal aims of Education International is to promote the right to education for all persons in the world. EI advocates for free quality public education for all. EI believes that education is a human right and a public good which should be accessible to all. It is the responsibility of public authorities to ensure that every child, youth and adult has access to high quality education appropriate to his or her needs. EI supports the Dakar Education for All (EFA) targets and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) agreed in 2000 and has been consistently campaigning for their achievement by 2015.