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Fabricated Hadith of Twelve Imams from Yanabi al-Muwadda and Fara’id al-Simtayn


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This issue has been brought up quite a few times in the past year, so it deserves a post.

The author of Yanabi’ Al-Mawada is quoting the author of Fara’id Al-Simtain.

Shias always quote this hadith from Fara’id Al-Simtain to prove that Sunnis believe that the Twelve Imams of Ahlulbayt are infallible and are appointed by Allah.

The hadith:

عبد الله بن عباس ، قال : سمعت رسول الله (صلّى الله عليه وسلّم) يقول : أنا وعليّ والحسن والحسين وتسعة من ولد الحسين مطهّرون معصومون

“Abdullah bin Abbas said: I heard the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him say: Me, Ali, Al-Hasan, Al-Hussain, and nine of Al-Hussain’s children are purified infallibles.”

However, upon returning to the chain of the hadith, these are the names we find:

أنبأني الإمام بدر الدين محمد بن أبي الكرم (٢) عبد الرزاق بن أبي بكر بن حيدر ، أخبرني القاضي فخر الدين محمد بن خالد الحنيفي الأبهري كتابة ، قال : أنبأنا السيد الإمام ضياء الدين فضل الله بن عليّ أبو الرضا الراوندي إجازة ، أخبرنا السيد أبو الصمصام ذو الفقار بن محمد بن معد الحسني ، أنبأنا الشيخ أبو جعفر الطوسي ، أنبأنا أبو عبد الله محمد بن محمد بن النعمان ، وأبو عبد الله الحسين بن عبيد الله ، وأبو الحسين جعفر بن الحسين ابن حسكة القمّي ، وأبو زكريا محمد بن سليمان الحرّاني ، قالوا كلّهم : أنبأنا الشيخ أبو جعفر محمد بن عليّ بن بابويه القمّي(٣) قال : أخبرنا علي بن [ محمد بن ] عبد الله الوراق الرازي ، قال : أخبرنا سعد بن  عبد الله ، قال : أنبأنا الهيثم بن أبي مسروق النهدي عن الحسين بن علوان ، عمرو بن خالد ، عن سعد بن طريف ، عن الأصبغ بن نباتة : عن عبد الله بن عباس

As we can see, we have a group of narrators narrating from Abu Ja’afar Muhammad bin Ali ibn Babawayh Qummi aka Al-Saduq, the famous Shia hadith compiler.

The Shia editor, Mohammad Baqir Al-Mahmoodi admits this. He says:

 رواه في أواخر الباب : (٢٤) من كتاب إكمال الدين

“He (Al-Saduq) narrated this in the end of chapter 24 in Ikmal Al-Deen.”

In conclusion, this hadith that Shias have been spreading is from their books, and it is not a Sunni hadith.

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Fara’id Al-Simtain can be found on this Shia site: http://alhassanain.org/arabic/?com=book&id=274

See here for more about Fara’id Al-Simtain: http://forum.twelvershia.net/general-sunni-vs-shia/is-%27fara%27id-al-samtayn%27-a-sunni-book/msg1415/#msg1415

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Shia scholar fabricates a story about Abu Hurairah


Shia scholar makes up a false story and lies about Abu Hurayrah

We know that Shias have hatred for Hadhrat Abu Huraira (r.a). Shias try to show him as a liar whenever they have a chance. The books of Shia polemic writers are proof of it. Open the book of Tijani and you will find a long list of accusations on Hadhrat Abu Huraira (r.a) in an attempt to tarnish his credibility.

I was reading the book of Shia scholar Murtadha Mutahhari, which is “al-Seeratu al-Nabawiyya”. He lies, or copies the lie of his predecessors, upon Hadhrat Abu Huraira (r.a) in order to show him as a person who would fabricate ahadeeth (i.e the Prophetic traditions).

Here is what Murtadha Mutahhari says:

عندما نصّب معاوية ابا هريرة عاملا له في مكة كان رل قد استورد بضلا ليبيعه .ولكن سوقه كانت كاسدة فلم يشتره أحد. فجاء الى أبي هريرة وقال له: أتريد أن تعمل عملا تنال عليه أجر وثواب؟ فقال: نعم فقال الرجل: كان قد قيل لي أن البصل في مكة نادر الوجود. فإشريت بكل ما أملك بصلا وأتيت به هنا إلا أن أحد لا يشتريه والبصل يكاد يتلف فلو فعلت ما يحمل الناس على شراء هذا البصل لآنقذت مؤمنا من الافلاس ولآحييت نفسا. فوافق ابو هريرة وطلب منه أن يحضر البصل في مكان معين يوم الجمعة ليرى ما يمكن عمله وكان الاجر قد استورد ذلك البصل من (عكا)
فلما كان يوم الجمعة قال أبو هريرة في مجموع المصلين : (( أيها الناس سمعت من حبيبي رسول الله : من أكل بصل عكا في مكة وجبت له الجنة))ولم تمضي ساعة حتى كان الناس قد إشتروا كل البصل وكان ابو هريرة يشعر بالرضى في قرارة نفسه لكونه قد أنقذ مؤمنا من الافلاس
أيجوز التقول عل رسول الله للتوصل الى مثل هذا الهدف؟؟

“When Abu Huraira was Muawiyah’s governor of Madina, a person came from Akka for selling onions in Makkah. No one bought it from him. He could not take the onions elsewhere and was ruining in the summer season. He went to Abu Huraira and said, “O Abu Huraira, can you do a good deed?” He said, “What kind of good deed?”. He said, “I am a Muslim. I had been told that there are no onions in Makkah, and the people of Makkah need it. I bought onions from all the money I had and brought the onions here. Now no one is buying it, and it is damaging. Can you help a believer? Abu Huraira said, “Alright, on the day of Friday, at the Jumma prayer, you bring the onions to a particular place, I will see what I can do. When all the people gathered, Abu Huraira said, “O people, I have heard from my beloved, the Holy Prophet (sallallaho alaihi wasallam) that he said, “Whoever ate the onion of Akka in Makkah, he will go to heaven.” Soon afterwards, the whole onion of that person was sold out. Abu Huraira was also satisfied that he had helped a believer and saved him from bankruptcy. Should the Prophetic traditions be used for such works? “

Murtadha al-Mutahhari, al-Seeratu al-Nabawiyyah, p. 122, published in 2000 (< Not to be confused with the early classical work Al-Seerat al-Nabawiya by Imam Ibn Hisham)

Where is this tradition found in the Sunni books? There is no evidence of it in the Sunni sources. But just to prove that Abu Huraira was a liar, the Shias lied upon him.

This reminds me of an authentic Shia narration, which shows that the Shia Imams permit their followers to lie upon those who they consider their enemies in order to promote their religion, and make the common people hate their enemies:

2. مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ يَحْيَى عَنْ مُحَمَّدِ بْنِ الْحُسَيْنِ عَنْ أَحْمَدَ بْنِ مُحَمَّدِ بْنِ أَبِي نَصْرٍ عَنْ دَاوُدَ بْنِ سِرْحَانَ عَنْ أَبِي عَبْدِ اللَّهِ ع قَالَ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ ص إِذَا رَأَيْتُمْ أَهْلَ الرَّيْبِ وَ الْبِدَعِ مِنْ بَعْدِي فَأَظْهِرُوا الْبَرَاءَةَ مِنْهُمْ وَ أَكْثِرُوا مِنْ سَبِّهِمْ وَ الْقَوْلَ فِيهِمْ وَ الْوَقِيعَةَ وَ بَاهِتُوهُمْ كَيْلَا يَطْمَعُوا فِي الْفَسَادِ فِي الْإِسْلَامِ وَ يَحْذَرَهُمُ النَّاسُ وَ لَا يَتَعَلَّمُوا مِنْ بِدَعِهِمْ يَكْتُبِ اللَّهُ لَكُمْ بِذَلِكَ الْحَسَنَاتِ وَ يَرْفَعْ لَكُمْ بِهِ الدَّرَجَاتِ فِي الْآخِرَةِ

Imam Jaafar says that the Messenger of Allah (sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said, ‘When you after me find people of bid’ah and doubt/suspicion, do disassociation from them and increase your insults to them and accuse them of false things, and oppose them so they may not become greedy in bringing corruption in Islam. You must warn people against them and against learning their bid’ah (innovations). Allah will reward you for this and will raise you darajaat (positions) in the next life.’”

(Source: Al-Kulaynee, Al-Kaafee, vol. 2, ch. 159, Majlisi has graded this hadeeth Saheeh in Mir’aat Al-’Uqool, vol. 11, pg. 77)

Shia narration allowing lying, slandering and backbiting of non-Shias

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Ali bin Abi Talib describing himself in Shia books


Ali bin Abi Talib describing the blessings of Allah on him in Shia books

al-Salamu `Aleykum,

From the fascinating Shia book `Ilal al-Shara’i` vol1:

1- Muhammad ibn Ibrahim ibn Ishaq al-Taleqani – may God be pleased with him – narrated that Al-Hassan ibn Ali al-Ado’we quoted Ebad ibn Saheeb (ibn Ebad ibn Saheeb), on the authority of his father, on the authority of his forefather, on the authority of Ja’far ibn Muhammad as-Sadiq (as), “A man asked the Commander of the Faithful Imam Ali (as) about his medium height, big belly and lack of hair on his forehead. The Commander of the Faithful (as) replied, ‘The Blessed the Sublime God has created me neither tall nor short, but of medium height so that I can cut a short enemy into two pieces from head to toe, and cut a tall enemy into two pieces from his waist. My belly is big since the Prophet (saw) opened up to me a gate of knowledge from which a thousand doors to knowledge shall open up. Therefore, knowledge gathered up in my belly. And the reason why there is no hair on my forehead is that I have always worn a head armor and gone to fight with the enemy.”

2- My father (ra) told me and Muhammad bin al-Hassan (ra) they said: Ahmad bin Idris and Muhammad bin Yahya al-`Attar all of them from Ahmad bin Yahya bin `Imran al-Ash`ari with a connected isnad I did not memorize that Ameer al-Mu’mineen (as) said: “If Allah wishes well for his slave, he would strike him with baldness, and so I am(bald).”

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Confusing History Of Shia Imamate And Mahdi


 

بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

So a shia said their belief has always been about 12 imam, but in reality, the idea of who would be the mahdi were not so clear by imam’s followers, let alone the no 12.

The confusion happened after every imam died. Fortunately all this was recorded by a 3rd century shia scholar al-Hasan bin Musa al-Nawbakhti in his book Firaq al-Shia. It all started after Ali’s death and it is repeated every time an imam passed away. When the 11th imam died, his followers were divided into 14 different groups, each one has their own unique opinions.

Luckily for shia, several centuries later under the iron fist of bloodthirsty Safavid dynasty, eventually the shia 12er belief reign supreme and became the most powerful of all shia sects.

Let’s see some of the examples of the different imam & mahdi that followers of imam believed from Ali RA until Hasan al-Askari

1. Ali is Mahdi

“….Ali was not killed and he did not die. They said that he would not die until he has driven the Arabs with his cane and filled the earth with justice and fairness after it has been filled with oppression and injustice. This was the first sect in Islam which believed in waqf (imamate ended with Ali as hidden imam) after Rasulullah. They are also the first extremists. They are called Saba’iyyah, the follower of Abdullah bin Saba’ who publicly criticised Abu Bakar, Umar…“

“…some scholars who were close to Ali (AS) said that Abdullah bin Saba’ was a Jew before he converted to Islam…”

“….he (Abdullah bin Saba’) was the first to declare that the imamate of Ali (AS) was mandatory…”

[The first people who hated Abu Bakar & Umar (ra) were the followers of Abdullah bin Saba the Jew, the same person whose existence many Shias of today try to deny]

2. Muhammad bin al Hanafiyya is Mahdi

“….they said al Hasan bin Ali went to war against Mu’awiyah with the permission of Muhammad and made treaty also with his permission. al Husein also, they said, fought Yazid with his permission, if not, both of them (al Hasan & al Husein) will be astray and ruined…”

[Hasan & Husein are followers of the true imam, Muhammad al-Hanafiyah]

3. Abdullah bin Muhammad bin al Hanafiyya (Abu Hashim) is Mahdi

“….he is called Abu Hashim and he is his father’s eldest son. His father appointed him as his successor….he is al Mahdi and he did not die….”

[Muhammad al-Hanafiyah’s son, not Hasan nor Husein as the next imam & Mahdi]

4. Abdullah bin Mu’awiyah bin Abdullah bin Ja’far bin Abi Talib (appointed by Abu Hashim) is Mahdi

“….Abdullah bin Mu’awiyah is al Mahdi, who was mentioned by Rasulullah and his Ahlulbait and he will lead the world, to fill it with goodness and justice after it was filled with injustice and oppression. Then, when he died, he will leave his position to someone from Bani Hashim – from the descendant of Ali bin Abi Talib….”

[Imamate would be in the hands of Bani Hashim from Ali bin Abi Talib, not just exclusively to Husein’s progeny]

5. Muhammad bin Abdullah bin al Hasan (al-Mutsanna) bin al Hasan bin Ali bin Abi Talib is Mahdi (known as an-Nafs az-Zakiya)

“When Abu Ja’far (AS) dies, his followers were divided into 2 groups. The first believed in the imamate of Muhammad bin Abdullah bin al Hasan bin al Hasan bin Ali bin Abi Talib who revolted in Madina and was killed there. He claimed that he was al Mahdi and he did not die….”

[Mahdi is Hasan’s progeny who was martyred in Madina]

6. Ja’far al-Sadiq is Mahdi

“His followers (Ja’far al Sadiq) were divided into 6 groups…..Ja’far bin Muhammad did not die and he will not die until he revolts and rule the people and he is al-Mahdi….”

[Ja’far al-Sadiq is Mahdi, however after his death the majority of Shia’s scholars & respected figures believed in Abdullah, not Musa al-Kadhim as the next imam. After Abdullah died, they then followed Musa al-Kazim. Whatever happened to the so called hadith which mentioned all the 12 imam by names, did those shia scholars could not tell the difference between the name Abdullah & Musa?]

7. Ismail bin Ja’far al-Sadiq is Mahdi

“….they denied the death of Ismail during his father’s life – saying it was a trick plotted by his father, who was afraid for him, so he hid him. They claimed Ismail would not die until he ruled the world and cared for the people and that he was al-Mahdi, because his father appointed him for the imamate after him….”

[The true imam was Ismail not Musa al-Kadhim]

8. Muhammad bin Ismail bin Ja’far al Sadiq is Mahdi

“….There were only 7 imam after Rasulullah and his Ahlulbait. They were Ali bin Abi Talib, al-Hasan, al-Husein, Ali bin al-Husein, Muhammad bin Ali, Ja’far bin Muhammad, Muhammad bin Ismail bin Ja’far, who was al-Qaim al-Mahdi….”

[True imam were only 7 not 12]

9. Musa al Kadhim is Mahdi

“….Musa bin Ja’far did not die, nor will he die until he rules the world from east to west. He would fill it with justice after it had been filled with oppression. They claimed that he was al-Qaim al-Mahdi….”

[Imamate ended with al-Kadhim, did not continue after him. Ali al-Ridha and others after him were only al-Kadhim’s deputies, not true imam]

10. Muhammad bin Ali bin Muhammad bin Ali bin Musa is Mahdi

“….when Ali bin Muhammad bin Ali bin Musa al-Ridha (AS) died, a group from his followers believed in the imamate of his son, Muhammad, who died in Samarra during his father’s life…They claimed that he was al-Mahdi….”

[Ali al-Ridha did not appointed Muhammad al-Jawad/al-Taqi as the next imam as he was not a mature adult]

11. Hasan bin Ali al-Askari is Mahdi

“….his followers became fourteen 14 groups after his death. One group said that al-Hasan bin Ali is alive, but he disappeared and he is al-Mahdi, for it is impossible for him to die not leaving an acknowledged son….”

[This is one of the most confusing death as his followers were divided into this many groups]

And we still hear shia said that their imamate belief is as clear as the sun. The belief which suppose to prevent the them from misguidance became the doctrine which misguide and confused shia, even their scholars during their imam’s life.

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Majlisi: Authors of 400 Shia Usool are mostly unknown


The first Majlisi says in Rawdat-ul-Muttaqeen fi Sharh man la Yahduruhu al-Faqih, volume 1, chapter on the rulings of water, page 197:

فإنك إذا تتبعت كتب الرجال وجدت أكثر أصحاب الأصول الأربعمائة غير مذكور في شأنهم تعديل و لا جرح (إما) لأنه يكفي في مدحهم و توثيقهم أنهم أصحاب الأصول فإن أصحاب الإمام أبي عبد الله جعفر بن محمد الصادق عليه السلام المصنفين للكتب كانوا أربعة آلاف رجال … ( وإما ) لبعد العهد بين أرباب الرجال و بين أصحاب الأصول و غيرهم من أصحاب الكتب التي تزيد على ثمانين ألف كتاب كما يظهر من التتبع

“If you were to closely study the books on the biographies of narrators, you will discover that most of the authors of the four-hundred Usoul have not received any praise or disparagement; this is either because their reliability and praise were established based on them being from the authors of the Usoul (…) Or because of the long period of time that sets them apart from the scholars who specialize in the condition of narrators…”

So their main Usoul books, the fundamental books of Hadith (fabricated) by the Koufans, are mostly unreliable due to the anonymity of their authors.

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Lectures Refuting the Shia Book “Al-Muraja’at” of Abd al-Husayn al-Musawi


بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

الحمد لله و الصلاة و السلام على رسول الله

This is a series of audio lectures refuting the famous Shia propaganda book of al-Murājaʿāt, A Shi’i-Sunni dialogue (also known as ‘The Right Path’), whose author was `Abdul-Husayn Sharaf-ul-Deen al-Musawi.

http://twelvershia.net/2015/04/08/murajaat/

 


P.S. There is already some textual refutation of different parts of the book in English:

http://gift2shias.com/category/refutation-of-al-murajaat/

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Authenticity of Dua Kumayl? Is it Authentic (Sahih)?


بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم

The famous Shia Dua called “Du’a Kumayl“, like other Shia duas, is a fabrication of Shia attributed to Ali bin abi Talib (ra).

Please read here:

http://twelvershia.net/2015/01/22/dua-kumayl-not-authentic/

Discuss here:

http://forum.twelvershia.net/general-sunni-vs-shia/dua-kumayl-is-not-authentic

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