Shia scholar Mir Ali at-Tahrani in his book “Tafsiru Muqtanayatid Dar” (1/38) said: Continue reading
These are basically 3 pages (including the cover) of shia book Aslu Asliyah. It was written by famous zindiq Abdullah Shubbar.
On the second page you can see the heading that says: Chapter of obligation to act upon what is present in our hands from Quran (ilal akhir)
On the bottom of the third scan (p 132 from the book), in the footnote you can see comment from editor (I do assume) that said:
كان قبل هذا الباب باب يناسبه، ارتأى كثير من الأفاضل حذفه لكونه محركا لبعض المشاعر
“Before this chapter WAS another one connected to this (by meaning), a lot of distinguished (shias) were upon the view that it should be removed, because (this chapter) was some kind of ignition for some feelings”.
So let me know present for respected members the scan copies of manuscript, where this chapter remained.
As you can see it is chapter:
باب وقوع التغيير والتحريف والنقصان في القرآن
Chapter of the occurrence of the change and distortion and decreases in the Qur’an
And underlined you can see Shubbar quoting book of Kulayni sound shia hadith about 17000 verses in the Quran
So this is a chapter that can “ignite some feelings”. For example feeling of hate from Muslims.
Wa Allahu Alam.
There is a famous shia narrator Hisham ibn al-Hakam, and he was known mujasima (anthropomorphist). This fact well accepted by Islamic scholars, and at the same time it was several times testified by shias themselves. Continue reading
Not sure that there is a need in the introduction of ibn Tawus al-Hilli.
Just a quote from his book “Muhaj ad-Duat” (p 137, load here)
و من ذلك دعاء لمولانا أمير المؤمنين علي ع المعروف بدعاء اليماني
أخبرنا أبو عبد الله الحسين بن إبراهيم بن علي القمي المعروف بابن الخياط
And from this Dua to Mawlana commander of Faithful Ali (a), known as dua al-Yamane.
NARRATED TO US Abu Abdullah al-Husayn ibn Ibrahim ibn Ali al-Qummi, known as ibn al-Khayat…
Mushkilah: Abul Qasim ibn Tawus was born in 589 h.
Opinions? How to explain such gap between people who suppose to met? Because ibn Tawus clearly used term “and narrated to US”. That term suppose that they have to met each other.
May be they met when ibn Tawus was sleeping? I remember that sh. Mufid once debated with Umar in his dream. )
Salam alaikum, years ago we presented to respected reader saheeh shia hadith, that Quran previously contain 17000 verses.
Here scan copy of mention narration from Usool al-Kafi, printed by Darul Adwa, thk: Ali Akbar al-Ghifare Continue reading
I came across to beautiful hadith from Imam Jafar as-Sadiq (rahimahullah), which said:
أوصيكم بأصحاب نبيكم لا تسبوهم، الذين لم يحدثوا بعده حدثاً، ولم يئووا محدثاً؛ فإن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم أوصى بهم الخير
I advise to you regarding the Companions of your prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi wa sallam), don’t abuse them, who did not bring any innovation in the deen and never supported any innovator and the Prophet (sallalahu alaihi wa ala alihi wa sallam) ordered to behave well towards them.
Source: Biharul Anwar (22/305-306)
It is easy to change the meaning of this hadith in shia way, that Imam advised not to abuse those companions which didn’t bring any innovation. And we all know that shias use to accuse companions not simple in innovations but also in the disbelief.
BUT! If you would check the footnote from shia editor, you would see interesting information which force me to belief that Majlisi, or any other shia scholar work hard on edition of this hadith.
في المصدر: لا تسبوهم وهم الذين.
In the (original) source written: Don’t abuse them, and they didn’t
Let me put this part into the context:
don’t abuse them, and they did not bring any innovation in the deen and never supported any innovator
don’t abuse them, which did not bring any innovation in the deen and never supported any innovator
Shaykh of shias al-Mufid narrrated in his book al-Ihtisas (P18): Continue reading