• Fabricated Traditions

    Fabricated Traditions

    Category Imamat 2014 August 26
  • Fabricated Traditions

    Fabricated Traditions

    Category Imamat 2014 August 26
  • Fabricated Traditions

    Fabricated Traditions

    Category Imamat 2014 August 26
  • Fadak in History

    Fadak in History

    Category Imamat 2014 July 26

    This lecture given by Jawid Akbari deals with the status of the land of Fadak whether or not it was inherited. Was it inherited by Fatimah (S.A) from the Holy Messenger of Allah (S) or was it part of the public treasury? What are the arguments? Sunnis argue that the l...

  • Fadak in History

    Fadak in History

    Category Imamat 2014 July 26

    The status of the land of Fadak can be only one of two things: It was either inherited by Fatimah (S.A) from the Holy Messenger of Allah or it was part of the public treasury. What are the proofs to substantiate either of the two claims? Sunnis argue that the land of ...

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Prophet talk to mount Hira
Category Imamat 2014/08/26

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Prophet talk to mount Hira
Category Imamat 2014/08/26

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Fabricated Traditions
Prophet talk to mount Hira
Category Imamat 2014/08/26

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Fadak in History
Fadak in History
Quran on Prophets Inheritance
Category Imamat 2014/07/26

This lecture given by Jawid Akbari deals with the status of the land of Fadak whether or not it was inherited. Was it inherited by Fatimah (S.A) from the Holy Messenger of Allah (S) or was it part of the public treasury? What are the arguments? Sunnis argue that the land of Fadak was never inherited by or given to Fatimah (S.A) because according to them, the first caliph Abu Bakr had heard the Prophet (S) say to him that the prophets never left any inheritance and that what they left was sadaqa (charity). Shia scholars are of the view that this single report has been narrated by the first caliph only and that none other than Abu Bakr had heard it from the Holy Prophet (S). Moreover, the claim that prophets do not leave any inheritance runs counter to Quranic verses which clearly denote that the prophets were inherited. See chapter Maryam verse 6 and also Chapter al-Naml verse 16.

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Fadak in History
Fadak in History
A Glimpse of The story of Fadak
Category Imamat 2014/07/26

The status of the land of Fadak can be only one of two things: It was either inherited by Fatimah (S.A) from the Holy Messenger of Allah or it was part of the public treasury. What are the proofs to substantiate either of the two claims? Sunnis argue that the land of Fadak was never inherited by or given to Fatimah (S.A) because according to them, the first caliph Abu Bakr had heard the Prophet (S) say to him that prophets never left any inheritance and that what they left was sadaqa (charity). Shia scholars are of the view that this single report has been narrated by the first caliph only and that none other than Abu Bakr had heard it from the Holy Prophet (S). Moreover, the claim that the prophets do not leave any inheritance runs counter to Quranic verses which clearly denote that the prophets were inherited. See chapter Maryam verse 6 and also Chapter al-Naml verse 16.

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Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_2_2
Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_2_2
The Narrator and Narrations
Category Imamat 2014/05/13

One of the narrations widely known among Sunni Muslims is the narration to which they have made recourse in order to argue that “the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S.) married out his daughter, Umm Kulthum, to Umar”. The narrations regarding Umm Kulthum's marriage to Umar have been recorded by Sunni Muslims in their most famous books. Some of these narrations relate to the allegation that the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S) married his daughter to Umar. Some relate to the marriage of Umm Kulthum after Umar’s death and others relate to the event of her death and her son. They have transmitted these narrations arguing that the narration is authentic and that Umar did, in fact, marry Umm Kulthum, the daughter of the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S). This lecture reveals the discrepancies in the reports making them look clearly contradictory.
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Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_2_1
Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_2_1
The Narrator and Narrations
Category Imamat 2014/05/13

One of the narrations widely known among Sunni Muslims is the narration to which they have made recourse in order to argue that “the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S.) married out his daughter, Umm Kulthum, to Umar”. The narrations regarding Umm Kulthum's marriage to Umar have been recorded by Sunni Muslims in their most famous books. Some of these narrations relate to the allegation that the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S) married his daughter to Umar. Some relate to the marriage of Umm Kulthum after Umar’s death and others relate to the event of her death and her son. They have transmitted these narrations arguing that the narration is authentic and that Umar did, in fact, marry Umm Kulthum, the daughter of the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S). This lecture reveals the discrepancies in the reports making them look clearly contradictory.
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Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_1_2
Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_1_2
The Narrator and Narrations
Category Imamat 2014/05/13

One of the narrations widely known among Sunni Muslims is the narration to which they have made recourse in order to argue that “the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S.) married out his daughter, Umm Kulthum, to Umar”. The narrations regarding Umm Kulthum's marriage to Umar have been recorded by Sunni Muslims in their most famous books. Some of these narrations relate to the allegation that the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S) married his daughter to Umar. Some relate to the marriage of Umm Kulthum after Umar’s death and others relate to the event of her death and her son. They have transmitted these narrations arguing that the narration is authentic and that Umar did, in fact, marry Umm Kulthum, the daughter of the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S). This lecture reveals the discrepancies in the reports making them look clearly contradictory.
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Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_1_1
Umm Kulthums Marriage to Umar_1_1
The Narrator and Narrations
Category Imamat 2014/05/13

One of the narrations widely known among Sunni Muslims is the narration to which they have made recourse in order to argue that “the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S.) married out his daughter, Umm Kulthum, to Umar”. The narrations regarding Umm Kulthum's marriage to Umar have been recorded by Sunni Muslims in their most famous books. Some of these narrations relate to the allegation that the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S) married his daughter to Umar. Some relate to the marriage of Umm Kulthum after Umar’s death and others relate to the event of her death and her son. They have transmitted these narrations arguing that the narration is authentic and that Umar did, in fact, marry Umm Kulthum, the daughter of the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (A.S). This lecture reveals the discrepancies in the reports making them look clearly contradictory.
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A Look at Hadith Thaqalayn_2
A Look at Hadith Thaqalayn_2
Hadith Thaqalayin Sunni Sources
Category Imamat 2014/05/13

This lecture studies Hadith Thaqalayn from a Sunni perspective. There are different versions of this tradition in their sources, some including the word "itrah", and some others including the word "Sunnah" and there are some traditions that also include the term "my household". The fact that this tradition has been consistently and repeatedly reported by Sunni narrators is not a matter of debate or doubt. The controversy is about who the Ahlulbayt are and who should be resorted to. Like Shiite scholars, Sunni scholars also believe that it is necessary to hold fast to the progeny of the Prophet (S) which, as per the prophetic tradition, is extended from the heavens to the earth.
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