The Karbala Heritage Center, affiliated to the Department of Islamic and Human Sciences Affairs at the Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, recently issued the seventh volume of the Karbala Heritage Quarterly Authorized Journal that is available online.
The two issues included fourteen Qur’anic, literary and historical studies, including a file that shed light on one of the famous jurists in the ninth and tenth centuries, namely Sheikh Taqi al-Din Ibrahim al-Kaf'ami al-‘Amili (d .: 905 AH), who died in Karbala after residing there for fifteen years. Sheikh Al-Kaf'ami combined literature, jurisprudence, hadith, asceticism and piety, and he was famous for his extensive authorship.
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