The Qaim Project

Clarion Project
Article Source: Clarion Project

Article Source: Clarion Project

The Qaim Project is a Shiite Islamic initiative to increase spiritual, mental and physical growth. It’s hosted by Sheikh Mohammad Ayad, who is the head of Great Revelations Academy, a K-9 private school in Dearborn, Michigan.

In an article on the project’s internet site, “Islamic Unity: The Main Responsibility of Muslims,” the Qaim Project expressed support for the U.S.-designated terrorist organization, Hezbollah:

“What happened in Lebanon and Palestine can teach us many lessons. Two years ago, when the Lebanese resistance forces and the youth of Hezbollah inflicted a humiliating defeat on the Zionist regime, which was considered a victory for the world of Islam, the enemies immediately brought up the issue of Shi’a and Sunni and started to strengthen religious bias in Lebanon, in the Middle East, and in the entire world of Islam.” [1]

The article further cited Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s 2010 Speech marking the birthday of the Islamic prophet Mohammad.

“The Islamic Ummah consists of one and a half billion people. The regions that are inhabited by this massive population are among the most sensitive and important regions in the world in terms of geographical location, natural features and vital resources. Although, the Islamic Ummah does not have any shortcomings in terms of human and natural capacities, it is currently aimless, and you know the reason why this is the case. The greatest afflictions in the world have mainly plagued Islamic countries. The Islamic Ummah is suffering from poverty. It is suffering from injustice and discrimination.”

Ayad studied at Hawzat Arrasoul Al-Akram in Lebanon. [2] Al-Akram reportedly has ties to Hezbollah. [3]

[1] Islamic Unity: The Main Responsibility of Muslims, Qaim Project, https://www.qaimproject.net/articles/islamic-unity-the-main-responsibility-of-muslims

[2] Great Revelations Faculty,


[3] Lebanon’s Shiite Seminaries Split Between Tradition, Modernity, The Levant Today,