Nahj al-Balagha

Nahj al-Balagha

Here is a series of lectures on the subject of Nahj al-Balagha, taught by a prominent Shia scholar, Sayed Mohammed Baqer Qazwini. These lectures are presented by Al-Hujjah Islamic Seminary in association with Imam Sadiq (PBUH) International Institute.

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9
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Term
Pre-Hawza
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00:00 Hours
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  • Introduction to Nahj al-Balaghah
  • The fist Sermon- Who Allah Is
  • Tawhid
  • God and Creation
  • The Angels
  • Angels- Creation of Human
  • The Creation of Human
  • The Creation of Human- the Soul
  • The Creation of Human- Iblees
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Nahj al-Balagha (Arabic: نَهْج ٱلْبَلَاغَة Nahj al-Balāghah; "The Path of Eloquence") is the best-known collection of sermons, letters, and sayings attributed to Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (as). It was collected by al-Sharif al-Radi, a renowned Shia scholar in the tenth century AD (fourth century AH). Known for its moral aphorisms and eloquent content, Nahj al-Balagha is widely studied in the Islamic world and has considerably influenced the field of Arabic literature and rhetoric.

Sayed Muhammed Baqir al-Qazwini is a prominent Iraqi-American Shia scholar. He is currently based at the Islamic Institute of America, and an instructor at the Al-Hujjah Seminary in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. Al-Qazwini was born in Qom, to Sayyid Hassan al-Qazwini, and the daughter of grand Ayatollah Muhammad al-Shirazi. From his fathers side he hails from the prominent al-Qazwini family, whilst from his mothers side; from the renowned al-Shirazi family. 

Al-Qazwini migrated with his father to the United States in 1992, and was brought up in Los Angeles. He completed his schooling in Los Angeles, and later moved to Detroit to further his academic studies. He completed a BA in Sociology at the University of Michigan. In the summer of 2004, al-Qazwini returned to Qom where he continued his Islamic studies and remained for over ten years under the supervision of Sayyid Munir al-Khabbaz. He returned to the United States in 2017 and opened the Al-Hujjah Islamic Seminary.

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