Mastership of Ameerul Momineen(a.s.) in the light of Quranic verse about the Sadiqeen – Part I

Reading Time: 5 minutes The most important difference between the two leading Muslim schools of thought is regarding the religious and worldly guidance after the demise of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.). According to the Ahle Tasunnan, the matter of leadership and caliphate is delegated to the elite of the nation – the Ahle Hall-o-Aqd. Their decision favouring a particular […]

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The Rationale behind not having the names of the Imams (a.s.) in the Holy Quran – An Analytical Research Part II

Reading Time: 5 minutes Continued from part I … Another reason Anyways even after this clarification, the question remains that if the people did not have any concerns to understand the details of other matters which have a general reference in the Quran, then what reservations did they have in understanding the matter of Mastership in a similar manner? […]

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Exegesis of the Verse of Wilayat from the Ahle Sunnah perspective – Part Two

Reading Time: 5 minutes Continued from part I …. Third Tradition Muwaffaq b. Ahmad records the correspondence between Muawiyah and Amr-e-Aas regarding Ameerul Momineen (a.s.). Amr-e-Aas responded to Muawiyah (when he invited Amr to join forces with him to rebel against Ameerul Momineen (a.s.)) – O Muawiyah you are fully aware that there are numerous virtues of Ali (a.s.) […]

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The Verse of Tatheer and the contradictory views of the Ahle Sunnah scholars ( Part I) – The first Group

Reading Time: 7 minutes The bud of Islam blossomed in Mecca and after twenty three years of hardships, Islam spread through the entire Arabian Peninsula. This divine mission, on the 18th of Zul Hajj, reached the field of Ghadeer-e-Khum and was handed over to the first Muslim, Ameerul Momineen Ali b. Abi Talib (a.s.). On that day, with the […]

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