Imam Khomeini’s Biography

Imam Khomeini


Imam Ayatollah Seyed Ruhollah Musavi Khomeini (May 17, 1900 – June 3, 1989) was a Muslim cleric and Marja, and the political leader of the 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran which overthrew Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran. Following the Revolution, Imam Khomeini became Grand Leader of Iran — the paramount figure in the political system of the new Islamic Republic — until his demise.

Imam Khomeini was considered a Marja-e taqlid to many Muslims, and in Iran was officially addressed as Imam rather than Grand Ayatollah; his supporters adhere to this convention. Imam Khomeini was also a highly-influential and innovative Islamic political theorist, most noted for his development of the theory of velayat-e faqih, the "guardianship of the jurisconsult."

Tips to help limit kids’ screen time


You’ve heard it before: Parents should set limits on how much time their kids spend in front of screens. But what looks like harmless fun could be dangerous. A recently published study found that 18 percent of 9 to 10 year olds who spent more than 3 hours a day on screens could be at higher risk of type 2 diabetes.

Mulla Sadra’s philosophy exceeds borders of nationality, geography

Mulla Sadra’s school of philosophy, like all other philosophies, exceeds the borders of nationality and geography. His ideals belong to all humans and societies, who have always desired a strong rational framework, or skeleton to understand and interpret their existence.

May 22nd marks the national day of commemorating Mulla Sadra, the great Iranian philosopher. On the occasion of the International Congress of Mulla Sadra held on May 22, 1999, Ayatollah Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of The Islamic Revolution, issued a message: the message was read by Doctor Haddad Adel as the first session of the conference commenced.