Abdullâh Ibn Saba and Other Myths by as-Sayyid Murtadã al-‘Askarī (Translated by M. J. Muqaddas) PDF

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L. " The complete history book of Tabari (17) is the Muslims historical Bible — the only reliable book amongst Muslims who refer to it when any disputable subject is to be examined. Tabari has written many h a dīths (traditions) in different parts of his book, regarding one event; but I have rearranged these stories under a proper title and have chosen the most complete story for each event. With regard to the S a h ã bīs I have quoted their stories exactly as Tabari (17) has written them in his book, and except for the explanatory notes not interfering with the quotations.

He insisted on this until ‘Othmãn was killed. "We are bound," says Ahmed Amin, "to discuss this story as three Muslim denominations came into being as a result of it. They are Shia, etc. 266-278 he says that the idea of a second coming of the Prophet Elijah belongs to the Jews. ‘Abdullãh Bin Saba΄ learned of it from the Jews. Shias adopted it from ‘Abdullãh Bin Saba΄ to agree with their ideas concerning Mandi who was supposed to come and fill the world with justice. Shiaism is a refuge to shelter those who wish to destroy Islam under the camouflage of love of the Prophet's family.

So far we have dealt with Tabari's source. 18) Ibn `Asãker (d. L. ). 'Ibn `Asãker records from another source. In his book The History of Damascus whilst writing the biographies of Talha and ‘Abdullãh Bin Saba΄, he has recorded parts of the story of Sabaians, through Abul Qasem Samarqandi from Abul Hosein Naqqoor from Abu Taher Mokhallas from Abubakt Bin Saif from Sari from Shoaib Bin Ibrahim from Saif. Therefore, the origin is Sari, one of the two channels from which Tabari has recorded.

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