Journal of Anthropology Reports

Journal of Anthropology Reports
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ISSN: 2684-1304

Sajad Rhimikia

Sajad Rhimikia

West Indies

  • Research Article
    Martyr Burial Philosophy from the Viewpoint of Imam Khomeini and Imamieh Jurisprudence
    Author(s): Sajad Rhimikia and Yoones NikandishSajad Rhimikia and Yoones Nikandish

    Being killed for the sake of religion, homeland, or political opinion is in different forms in different societies; but is commonly honored and praised. Thus, victims and even deprives and survivors of the war are respected in all nations, governments and the public. In Islamic culture, this kind of sacrificing for the sake of Allah is called "martydom". Human fascination for martyrdom brings this question to mind that while many people fear from death what the difference is between this type of death and other deaths that it leads them to welcome death. In examining this issue, which is essentially what the distinction is between martydom and other deaths, referring to the Qur'an and Sunnah can be the best solution. Contemplating these two sources give various characteristics. In this thesis, the literal and technical concepts of martyr, equivalents of sacrifi.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2684-1304.16.1.109

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