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Taraweeh

Taraweeh (Click Here for pdf file)
We present the content of this document in the form of an intellectual dialogue between some intelligent and independent-minded Shia youth and some representatives from the traditional orthodox Shia scholarly establishment. For those of you who might find this approach strange, we‟d recommend you read the book entitled “Hiwaaraat Hawlal Munqidh” by Ayatullah Sheikh Ibrahim Amini, as Ayatullah Amini uses the exact same approach in his book.
Like Dan Brown‟s riveting novel, “The Da Vinci Code”, the scenes and dialogue might be fictional but the facts presented in it are rock solid, accurate, and backed by solid research. All the information presented in it is rock-solid and true to the best of our knowledge. In fact, all the facts are taken from well-recognized Islamic books authored by the leading scholars and experts on both sides of the divide. The Rijaali analysis of the narrations derives inspiration from the approach and methodology of the grand masters of Shia Ilme Rijaal such as Ayatullah Sayyid Abul Qasim al-Khui, Ayatullah Sayyid Shaheed Mohammad Baqir al-Sadr, Ayatullah Sheikh Asif al Muhsini, and Ayatullah Sayyid Ali Seestani, among others.

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  1. Salam, how do you know that the way Sunnis perform Tarawih is the way that the Prophet used to perform qiyam during Ramadan?

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    • Walaikum assalam. Thank you for your comment brother.

      There is no special way of performing tarawih, it is just tahajjud prayer in jamaat.

      If you are referring to something specific do let me know.

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