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Yanabi al-Mawaddah - 2 of 3 - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Presented by phonotadousmo.ml Download as PDF or read online from Scribd . Yanabi al-Mawaddah - 2 of 3 Bihar Al Anwar Vol 51 52 & 53 the Promised Mahdi English Translation Part 1. The complete name of the book is Yanabi' al Mawaddah li Dhawi al Qurba. The name of the author is Sulaiman ibn Ibrahim also known as Khwajah Kulan ibn.


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ینابیع المودۃ. Al-Farooq-RA-by-Allama-Shibli-Nomani-r-a(1) phonotadousmo.ml com/doc//Yanabi-al-Mawaddatof-3 · Al-Nabi Al-Khatim. “Yanabi by Sulaiman bin Ibrahim Al-Qandozi Al-Balkhi Al-Hanafi, was a Sufi in his book Mushkil kushah cites numerous Hadith from Yanabi al Mawaddah. Yanabi al-Muwadda is a hadith collection purportedly authored in Baghdad in AH by Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version .

He had twelve special representatives, whose names he mentioned, who would meet up with al Mahdi during the Ghaybah Sughra lesser occultation, — A. For this too, he dedicated an entire chapter Chapter: 83 vol. The reader can judge whether the above mentioned beliefs are those of the Ahlus Sunnah or the Shia. It is not a difficult or complex matter, which a person cannot understand. This individual clearly belonged to the Shia school of thought.

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This is the reality, even though the author does not confess to it. However, Taqiyyah dissimulation is an old tactic of the Shia, by means of which many of their greatest tasks have been achieved.

This book has also been written using this method. Nonetheless, the narrations of this book cannot be accepted without examining them. We will only comment on the narrations of Thaqalayn that appear in this chapter. We will not discuss the other narrations. It should also be noted that the answers to many of the narrations which appear in this chapter have already passed. The answers to all these narrations have already been presented.

However, the remainder of the narrations require answers.

We will now present the answers to those narrations. Some narrations were also mentioned which have no relation to the claim that it is necessary to obey and hold onto the Book of Allah and the Ahlul Bayt. They were only added to lengthen the book.

Now, those narrations regarding Thaqalayn which require answers will be presented. We will first reproduce all the narrations according to their sequence and thereafter the answers to them in a similar manner. Whoever boarded it was saved, and whoever abandoned it was destroyed. They will not separate until they meet me at the pond. The One who knows the finest details and is well aware of everything has promised me that they will not separate until they meet me at the pond, like these two fingers.

He indicated with his index and middle finger. None is ahead of the other, so hold onto them and do not deviate. Do not go ahead of them and do not become distant from them. Do not try to teach them, for they are more learned than you. Soon you will meet me.

I will ask you regarding my Thaqalayn, how did you succeed me regarding them. Hold onto them.

The Knower of the finest details and the One who is well aware of everything has informed me that they will never separate until they meet me at the pond, therefore be careful how you succeed me with regards to them. I have left amongst you al Thaqalayn, The greater Thiqal and the smaller Thiqal. As for the greater Thiqal, it is a rope. One end is with Allah and the other end is in your hands, it is the Book of Allah. If you hold onto it you will never go astray or be humiliated.

They will never separate until they meet me at the pond.

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Indeed I will be given a sudden death. I am excusing myself by telling you the following, Beware! They will not separate until they meet me at the pond, where I will question you as to how did you succeed me regarding them.

Indeed I will soon be called and I will respond. If you hold onto them you will never go astray. Do not try to teach them as they are more learned than you.

I leave you with advice, if you act upon it you will be saved and if you abandon it you will be destroyed. You will never go astray as long as you hold onto them. Beware of how you succeed me regarding them.

You will never be misguided as long as you follow them and hold onto them. Back to top The Narration of Sulaim ibn Qais We first need to understand the personality of Sulaim ibn Qais, this will enlighten us as to whether his narrations should be accepted or not.

The Shia regard him to be a great narrator and they accept his narrations.

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He had a special notebook in which he recorded his narrations. His book is famous amongst the Muhaddithin and scholars, Aban narrated it from him as mentioned at the beginning of the book. Aban said that Sulaim was a great ascetic and saint whose face would remain illuminated. Many other Shia scholars have also written this in their books.

The author of Rawdat al Jannat added an especially long discussion regarding him, at the end of which he mentions the high level of reliability that Sulaim possessed. The crux of the matter—as understood from the above quotations—is that this Sulaim was an extremist Shia.

His narrations are readily accepted by the Shia. Therefore, presenting to us his narrations is a complete vilification of all principles.

His narrations can never be paid attention to when discussing contentious Sunni-Shia matters. The fact that some scholars, who did not research his position, quoted some of his narrations in their books is irrelevant.

His reality is as we have explained. Now there remains no doubt that he was an extremist Shia. Therefore, the answer to the question of accepting his narrations has become apparent.

There is no need for further discussion. This is not the reality. He definitely mentions his asanid; however, he has nothing to do with the Ahlus Sunnah.

This is a fact that both parties have agreed upon.

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You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this itemIt is not within our capacity to accept narrations which do not have asanid and are quoted from unreliable books.

Preview this item Preview this item. J, -Y j,;'J. The vast majority of Muslims accept that taking the Sunnah as an authority in Islam is quite obvious. Please enter the message. The reader can judge whether the above mentioned beliefs are those of the Ahlus Sunnah or the Shia. We reproduce a few of them below. The one who does not do so will be misguided. Intangible ;.