The Book of Occultation (Kitab Al-Ghaibah) (Bihar Al-Anwar, Volume 51) both the short (al-ghybah al-sughra) and long (al-ghaybah al-kubra), his deputies. Kitāb al-Ghayba (Arabic: کِتاب الغَيبَة), is the title of a book about the occultation of Imam al-Mahdi (a) written by Abu Ja’far Muhammad b. Kitāb al-Ghaybah. by Ṭūsī, Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan. Issue Year: Published/ Created: Bayrūt: Manshūrāt al-Riḍā lil-Ṭibā’ah wa-al-Nashr wa-al-Tawzī’,
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The rising of as-Sufyani Chapter He benefited from books of hadith collections, especially previous published books on occultation. Sources and References of the Book References al-Shaykh has benefited from can be divided in two groups: The birth of Imam Hujja b.
Imam Mahdi in Sunnism 2. This version has a list of Qur’anic verses, names of prophets, angels and 14 infallibles, narrators, ambiguous points, clans and sects, places and times, references for the research and thematic index. In the introduction to the book, al-Nu’mani mentions some points about the situation of his time and the reason for compiling al-Ghayba.
The Benefit of Having the Imam in Occultation 2. To prove this issue, the author first proves prerequisites such as the necessity of existence of Imam a at any time, necessity of the infallibility of Imam a and presence of Imam a among people. He had many works. Pages with template loops Articles containing non-English-language text Pages with editorial box Articles with quality and priority assessment B grade priority articles B grade quality articles B grade priority and b grade quality articles Articles with appropriate links Articles with photo Articles with category Articles with infobox Articles with navbox Articles with redirects Articles without references.
Al-Nu’mani was living at that time, and wrote al-Ghayba to reinforce intellectual foundations of Shi’a and also to answer their ideological questions regarding imamate and the secret of the Occultation of the Twelfth Imam a. For other uses, see Al-Ghayba disambiguation.
Multiple versions some of which are close to the time of the author add to its authenticity and credit. Retrieved from ” http: This book contains narrations from the Prophet s and Imams litab on the issue of occultation and its related issues.
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Kitab al-Ghayba (al-Tusi) – WikiShia
Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. This article is about the book written by al-Shaykh al-Tusi. Those who claim deputy ship: This book is a reference for many other references and sources of Shi’a scholars. The army of anger Chapter Title of the Book. Kitab al-Ghayba is one of tens of books written having this title.
Occultation and the advent of Imam al-Mahdi a. It has offered the view of Shi’a about Imam al-Mahdi a and has answered questions ghyabah about his occultation using justifications from the Qur’an, hadiths and reason. The author intended to narrate hadiths throughout the book, and rarely he has added an explanation from himself and does not repeat narrations in different chapters.
The total number of hadiths in the book is hadiths explained in twenty six chapters and the number of hadiths in each chapter is different. Muhammad al-Shuja’i has presented the version of the book recited before the author as well as other books of his father to al-Najashi and this way it has become available.
About the name of the book, the author has not chosen a title, but Aqa Buzurg Tihrani called it al-Ghayba.
Kitab al-Ghayba: The Book of Occultation
Faris Hassoon Kareem Translated by: In a lengthy introduction, he explains it as deviation of some groups of Shi’a regarding the occultation of the Tewlfth Imam a and mentions weakness of faith and lack of attention towards available hadiths on the issue of Occultation as one of the causes of such deviation.
Al-Nu’mani organized twenty six chapters in three parts of “basics of occultation”, “period of occultation” and “time of the advent and its signs “. About this book, he said, “al-Shaykh al-Tusi’s al-Ghayba contains the strongest rational and traditional proofs for the existence of Imam al-Mahdi athe reason for his occultation and signs of his advent toward the end of the time. For other usages, see Al-Ghayba disambiguation.
Hasan al-Tusi known as al-Shaykh al-Tusi. Doubting any of the twelve imams Chapter 8: Al-Hujjah must appear Chapter Disagreement among the Shia during the disappearance Chapter