A VICTIM LOST IN SAQIFAH Vol 1 Of 4 has 0 ratings and 0 reviews. I have read this book with care and attention and found it a collection. This is not a narrational book of the event of Saqifah but a scientific criticism, verification and a deep research, compiled in four chapters, covering Islamic Unity. A Victim Lost in Saqifah. Allegiance (Bay’at) of Amirul Momineen Ali (a.s.) to Caliphs – contamination of Shia belief in Imamate. Vol. 4. Section One.

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Ansariyan Publications — Qum Category: Ali ibn Abitaleb, Imam I. Style saqifzh criticizing the first category of conjectures Style of criticizing the second category of conjectures Style of criticizing the third category of conjectures Did Amirul Momineen a. Leave Caliphate and Overlook his Rights? Final Judgment on Silence of Amirul Momineen a.

To what extent Ali Believed in Preserving Silence? Are Shias obliged to avoid discussion on Caliphate…? Analysis of Consultation of Caliphs with Amirul Momineen a.

B Items of consultation of Umar with Imam Ali a. Did the Second Caliph always consult Ali? Jn he always accept his view? Pay attention to the following historical document: Criticism and Scrutiny of Analyses: What do Historical Documents and Sources Indicate? Was Ali given a Governmental responsibility during the tenure of the Caliphs? Did associates of Amirul Momineen a. Participation of Hasan and Husain a.


Losf Participations of Amirul Momineen Ali a. Result drawn from contemplating on these headings: Aim of Amirul Momineen a. Did the Second Caliph desire Ali to be Caliph after him? A The prosperity in the next world for Umar by means of this marriage D Baraat, a principle of Shia belief now is put under question E Enmity and rancor of Lpst towards Ali is covered F To show relations between Ali and Umar to be friendly Can only marriage with bin Hashim be a proof of friendship?

Regarding the threats of Caliph it can be said: How many daughters did Ali have named Umme Kulthum? Publicized Analyses about the relation of Amirul Momineen a. C Are narrations attributed to Ali about his praise of Caliphs correct? Narrations mentioned in Nahjul Balagha and Al-Gharaat Hasan Najafi for their contributions to the translation of this work into English.

Deviated analyses regarding the silence of Amirul Momineen a. One of the most important evil results of these doubts is forgetting the historical documents regarding attack on the house of Fatima s.


Because in this deviated partiality that talks of the allegiance of Amirul Momineen a. This also goes x long way in making all forget the terrible crimes committed by usurpers of Caliphate in the initial period. Analyses of unity-seekers regarding the political and social stances of Amirul Momineen a. The prime aim of those who inject this suspicion about the silence is to interpret it to effect of foregoing his right and overlooking to demand it.


They sketch in a way that the reader concludes that His Eminence a.


He also impeded others to take any action in this respect. He did not allow anyone to make Caliphate a ground for difference in the Ummah or utilize the situation to their own benefit. To check and scrutinize this suspicion first it is necessary to see that the conjecture-coiner has so misused events of history that he has reached to vicctim deviation:. He voiced national and racial motives and said to Ali: Extend your hand so that I may pay allegiance to you.

I swear by God if you want I will fill up Medina with warriors and horses…Ali rejected the offer. By this he showed that in his political school it was not correct to take advantage of everything for the sake of aim.

Ali had no doubt that the right was his. But to reach it he did not see proper to use whatever means possible. The aim of Abu Sufyan was to create differences, corruption and battle among Muslims. Therefore Ali terms this act of Abu Sufyan as malefic and mischievous. This is the only case where Ali has shown his disagreement with support expressed to him. So it seems that the suspect has based his suspicion thereat; and makes it a proof to support the idea.

In fact the reaction of Ali was against military support of Abu Sufyan. It also was to defeat his intention of seizing complete power or taking share for Bani Umayyah.

According to this analysis, un reaction of Ali cannot be attributed to his agreement to usurpation vidtim Caliphate. If the aim of Imam Ali a. On the other hand he strongly refrained from paying allegiance to the new authority of Abu Bakr. So he showed his rejection. It takes to itself swqifah special feature against the new regime.

On some cases, she takes saqifaah initiative to express her opposition to the extent sxqifah physical brawl.

Among the actions that Imam Ali a. In order to finalize his argument on Muslim and not to leave any room to posterity to interpret wrongly his silence as concurrence with new order and his withdrawal willingly from his right to lead Islamic Mission, he kept visiting the houses of Muslims in Medina. He reminded them about the words and recommendations of Prophet concerning succession after him. He ssaqifah on them to give him a hand in returning Caliphate to its real and correct tract.

It is remarkable to aa here that he was blamed for being too greedy for Caliphate because iin his persistence on his right, which he wanted history to record. They sincerely declared their support to Ali bin Abi Talib a.

Till on the third day his colleagues went to his house with naked swords and brought him out at the point of sword. They seated him at the pulpit of the Prophet. They threatened others iin sword that no one had a right to talk about the subject.


In modern terms a censorship was imposed. All these historical evidences show that the Imam did not leave any stone unturned in defending Alawi School and Imamate. According to conditions of those times, he did whatever was possible to him.

He did not sit idle to see his lkst usurped. But Muslims had gone somnolent and sluggish.

Certainty Uncovered

They stooped to wrong but did not erect their backs to support the truth. Do comply with request of Caliph of the Prophet of Allah and pay allegiance to him.

Imam told the messenger: How soon you attribute a lie to the Messenger of Allah s. He and his supporters know well that Allah and His Messenger has not installed as Caliph anyone except me.

When they took the Imam to the Mosque he began the dialogue and asked Abu Bakr: Did you not pay allegiance to me yesterday at the command of the Prophet of Allah? Then the Imam addressed the audience in the mosque reminding them of all that the Prophet had said about him. Even Abu Bakr acknowledged having had paid allegiance to Ali. Zaid bin Arqam says that twelve tribal chiefs were present there who attested the words of Imam Ali a. Gradually the argument got hotter and a row and din arose in the Masjid.

So he upset the gathering and people left the mosque. These historical documents show that His Eminence a. He tried to regain his usurped i in every way. He was very vocal about his demands and he did not consider it to be an impediment to Muslim unity.

Careful scrutiny of recorded narrations clearly shows that His Eminence never abandoned his rights and did not overlook them at all and he never left them to the discretion of the Caliphs and he was not at all silent about them. Although it is a matter of regret that they have altered the public debates of His Eminence a. Thus it is said:. Because he feared sedition and movement against the machinery of Caliphate and due to this in my personal view and confessions of some saqfah of the story of Ghadeer, he remained silent about the divine right of the Wilayat of Ahle Bayt.

Obvious steps and repeated public debates of His Eminence a. Absence of an open and widespread revolt of the Imam a. Yes, this conjecture saqiifah such a picture in the mind of readers that Imam a.