The article takes an depth look at aspects of Imamate in light of the understanding displayed by early Shia society. The time period that is placed under the microscope is the pre-Ghaybah era… [read more]
Calamity of Thursday (Content of the Will) In this two part article, we will be taking a look at one of the most common allegations brought up by Shias in polemical discussions. The “Calamity of Thursday” (Raziyyat Al-Khamees), referred to [read more]
Imami Shia claim and base their entire religion on the appointment of `Ali bin abi Talib through a divine text as leader of mankind after Rasul-Allah (saw). When asked for evidence they will throw any virtue they find for `Ali [read more]
The extreme ignorance of al-Sadiq’s Shia continues in this new part of al-Imamah wal-Nass.
In this part we resume our reading and discuss some of al-Sadiq’s companions and how clueless they are about all those “Mutawatir” narrations about the 12 Imams.
Discussing Baqir’s household and how they dealt with Imamah, also the split of the Shia after al-Baqir’s death.
In this part we continue looking at the ignorance of the companions and family of al-Baqir about the name and number of Imams and why this cannot be acceptable.
In this part, we see how Ahlul-Bayt disputed against one another using the age factor to establish the identity of the Imam, we also begin discussing the ignorance of al-Baqir’s followers regarding the names and numbers of Imams.
In this part, we see more of the ignorance of `Ali bin Husayn’s family members concerning Imamah and we get into the age factor and how that affects Imamah.
In this part, we begin with `Ali bin al-Husayn’s narrations.