Imamatpedia:Policies and Guidelines
We offer a smarter and easier to use/search encyclopedia on Shia’s two most indispensable doctrines; Imamat and Wilaya.
All of us, including scholars, have a shared belief: a majority of Muslim communities have yet to develop a fully-fledged recognition of Imamat and Wilaya. This need, in spite of a myriad of publications, has hardly been duly and aptly met. As seeds of discord between Muslims are sown, we have taken into attention the undeniable capacity of these two doctrines to bring light where its darkness through our knowledge-based contributions.
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The area of Imamat and Wilaya covers a wide range of discussions on fiqh, Islamic law, ethics, and such. While there are many unreliable and fake sources, the encyclopedia of Imamat and Wilaya is being engineered by experts from Hawza under the oversight of Ayatollah Mohsen Araki to address deficiencies and promote reliable ideas.
We have recognized that by allowing Muslim researchers, whether Sunni or Shia, to better understand the value of the doctrines of Imamat and Wilaya, they could find knowledge-based answers that suit questions of the time. We really hope so.