Ahlul Bayt Digital Islamic Library Project
The Ahlul Bayt Digital Library Project (Ahlul Bayt DILP), established in 1996, is a non-Profit Islamic organization; working as group of volunteers operating throughout the world. Their primary project Al-Islam.org intends to digitize and present quality resources related to history, law, and society of the Islamic religion and its personalities with particular emphasis on the Twelver Shi'ah Islamic school of thought. Al-Islam.org is a site which also serves non-Muslims a means of introducing Islam.
- 1 Aims
- 2 History
- 3 Organization
- 4 Ongoing Projects
- 5 Recognition
- 6 See also
- 7 References
- 8 External links
Their goal is to encourage research of Islam and to facilitate propagation of knowledge to locations where such resources are not commonly or easily accessible. To cater to this objective Ahlul Bayt DILP is always expanding its Digital library which consist of 4000+ resources accessible for Free.
Since the launch of Al-islam.org, it has proved to be one of the most authentic source of Islamic information, and is notable for being the top site in Yahoo!'s list of Shia sites by popularity.
The organization is a 501(c)(3) public charity 
On-route to achieve a vast library with the best resource of Islamic knowledge, the Ahlul Bayt DILP team is currently working on various important projects.
The Free digital library consists of more than 800 Textual resources in different languages. To further facilitate its users, the Ahlul Bayt DILP team has been working on various projects which give detailed information on a specific topic. Such projects include The Shiite Encyclopedia, The Event of Gadeer Khum project and Tahrif (distortion) of Islamic Texts.
While Majority of the texts currently available in the library are English translations, the volunteers of DILP have taken up the task of providing texts in other languages like Spanish, Italian, Swahili, Arabic, Urdu and Gujarati. 
The Multimedia section of Al-islam.org has a large collection of audio/video resources. These are mainly Quran recitations, lectures, elegies, and supplications. It also has a picture gallery consisting of Islamic Calligraphy and images of many important Islamic sites.
The Multilingual Quran
A searchable Quran with English translation as well as commentary from Agha Puya/S.V. Mir Ahmed Ali. Work is now being done to include multiple commentaries, browsing by Root-word and topics. 
Archiving articles from scholarly Journals such as Al-Seerat, Al-Tawheed, and Al-Thaqalayn.
The Event of Ghadir Khum project
A scholarly examination of the event where the Prophet Muhammad appointed Imam Ali as his successor. The study focuses on examining the chain of narrators and the tradition of Al-Ghadir. 
Islam in a Nutshell
A set of fact sheet, ready for distributions which are available in numerous languages including Albanian, Bosnian, German, Swedish, and Thai. 
An informative Islamic Robot which can give you basic information about Islam. 
Islam Supplication Browser
Multilingual collection of Ad’iya and Ziaraat, categorized by source and date. 
Content of the library has been cited by many universities and academic institutions as a source for Islamic studies, such as the British Academy, the George Mason University, University of Cambridge, University of California, Los Angeles, Columbia University, Australian National University, New York University, Duke University, Franklin & Marshall College University of Michigan, State University of New York, University of Sheffield University of Haifa, Utrecht University, Paideia Centre for Public Theology, University of Chicago, Western Kentucky University, The Middle East Information Network, Middle East Policy Council, Grand Valley State University, University of Melbourne, Vanderbilt University, Saint Anselm College, Humanitarian Resource Institute, University of St. Michael's College, National Library Board of Singapour, Oklahoma City University, California State University, Bakersfield, Michigan State University, Chaminade University, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, New England Institute of Technology, University of Pennsylvania, John M. Dawson Institute for Church State Studies, Florida Christian College, Westfield State University, National Humanities Center, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Northern Virginia Community College, University of Minnesota Duluth, University of Texas at Austin, Tel Aviv University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Miami, University of Leeds, Abu Dhabi University, Bangor University, University of Georgia, Nyack College, University of London, Center for Research Libraries, The Missionary Society of St. Columban, University of California, San Diego, the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade  Elizabethtown College, Ohio University, Drexel University, Ghent University, and is archieved by the Library of Congress
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