Not only 12 Imams but ….. are sinless

Bismillah wa salatu wa salamu ala rasullah.

Shaykh of Rafidah abul Fadl at-Tabrasi reported in his “Mishkat al-anwar” (p 171):

Mishkat p 171

Narration is big, and we can see imam Abu Abdullah saying in it:

1)  إن الله وملائكته وأرواح النبيين يستغفرون للشيعة ويصلون عليهم إلى يوم القيامة

Translation: Allah, Angels, prophets ask forgiveness for our shias and pray upon them till the doomsday.

Comment: Allah ask forgiveness? From whom? 

2) لا يؤاخذ الله الشيعة بذنب دون الكبيرة وإني لأرجو أن لا يلقي الله أحد منكم بكبيرة 

Translation: Allah doesn’t take our shias to account by anything except big sins, and I hope no one from you would reach to Allah with a big sin.

3) إني سمعت أبي يقول: شيعتنا المعصومون أنتم أهل تحية الله 

Translation: I heard my father said: OUR SHIAS ARE MASOOMUN (SINLESS), you are those who will be greeted by Allah with peace.

Comment: Lovely religion.  All shias masoomun!

4) لا حساب عليكم ولا خوف ولا حزن أنتم أهل الجنة والجنة لكم

Translation: There is no account upon you, and no fear or sorrow. You are inhabitant of heaven, and heaven (was created) for you.

Comment: Hmmm. Am I only one person who see how in one narration one masoom contradicts to other?

Abu Abdullah: No account for shias except for big sins.

His father: No account at all.

4 thoughts on “Not only 12 Imams but ….. are sinless

  1. bismihi ta’alaa

    assalamu ‘alaykum

    2 points you should really take into consideration here:

    1. Mishkat Al-Anwar was written by Shaykh Al-Tabrasi [r], not Shaykh Al-Tusi [r]

    2. Mishkat Al-Anwar (like really all other books by Amin Al-Islam [r]) is marasil, so guess what the grading for this Hadith is 😀 ?

    wa assalamu ‘ala man itab’ al-huda

      • Bismihi Ta’alaa
        assalamu ‘alaykum
        Let me answer your question with a question: Is everything in Kanz Al-‘Ummal Da’if? Because it has the same situation going on as Mishkat Al-Anwar does, no Asanid. It’s just taken with a pinch of salt. I don’t know if you can call everything weak, but definitely take it with a pinch of salt.
        wa assalamu ‘ala man itab’ al-huda

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