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Insincerity and hypocrisy led to loss in this world and in the hereafter for man

The revered source of emulation stated that recognizing God, seeking God and ‎dependence ‎on God are part of human nature and stated, “Dependence on God isn’t ‎considered ‎alienation from the self but is like a reference to oneself.”‎ RNA – Speaking at the fifteenth session of a series of discussions ...

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Ayatollah Khamenei Stresses Need for Using Young Generation to Manage Iran

TEHRAN (FNA)- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei underlined the necessity for the young Iranian people to play a bigger role in management of the country. Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks in a meeting with a group of university students and representatives of students associations in ...

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No One Authorized to Act on Palestinians’ Behalf at Bahrain Confab: Hamas

TEHRAN (IQNA) – A spokesman for the Islamic resistance movement, Hamas, said Palestinians will not allow anyone to relinquish or trade their cause at a forthcoming US-led conference in Bahrain next month in support of US President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal for Middle East “peace” dubbed “the deal of the ...

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20 Forums Held at Int’l Section of Tehran Quran Expo

Mohammad Reza Jafari, deputy head of the section, was addressing the closing ceremony of the international section on Tuesday night. He noted that Pakistan was the special guest of this edition and representatives from a number of other countries, including Oman, Palestine, Bahrain, Russia, Tunisia, Malaysia, Afghanistan and Nigeria also ...

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Iran forex reserves remain ample: Central bank

Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnaser Hemmati says the country’s foreign exchange reserves are robust despite tightening US sanctions which seek to stem the Islamic Republic’s hard currency stream. Last month, the United States demanded that buyers of Iranian oil stop purchases or face sanctions. The US reimposed ...

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Lebanon can overcome economic challenges: Aoun

Lebanese President Michel Aoun says even though the country’s economy is in the doldrums, economic reforms and austerity measures envisioned in the 2019 state budget will help the economic future look certain. “There are protests and complaints by members of the public. Nevertheless, we would have plunged into the abyss if had not followed ...

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Yemeni forces launch drone attack on warplane hangars at Najran airport

Yemeni armed forces have launched another retaliatory drone strike against an airport in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern Najran region, this time targeting hangars housing the regime’s warplanes. Yemen’s al-Masirah television network reported the counter-strike on Wednesday morning, without giving details about possible casualties or material damage. A day earlier, the network ...

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Introducing the enemy as powerful is a sign of hypocrisy

The representative of the supreme leader to Khorasan Razavi said, “The hypocrites have a sharp tongue attacking the Guardian of the Islamic Jurist, as they are the spies of the enemies among the Muslims.” RANA – Ayatollah Sayyed Ahmad Alamolhoda, in a Quran interpretation session, interpreting Ahzab Surah, elaborating on the ...

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Sins prevent from the prayers being granted

Hujjat al-Islam Momeni said that the prayer will be granted provided that they meet the requirement and if there is no obstacle, and then reiterated, “If you generate no obstacle for the acceptance of your prayers, God grants them.” RNA – Hujjat al-Islam Momeni said that the prayer will be ...

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Family is the component of the power of the Islamic System/the embankment of Hijab should be maintained

Hujjat al-Islam Zibaeeinezhad called the family the component of the power of the Islamic system, and described the unwise involvement in the area of the family as destructive. RNA – Hujjat al-Islam Zibaeenezhad, in a session held by the Vasail Centre of Governmental Jurisprudence in Rasa meeting Hall, pointing to ...

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