Muhammad ibn Sa’ad [d. 845 C.E] – Conversation that occurred between Fudayl ibn Marzūq, and ‘Umar and Hussayn, the sons of ‘Ali ibn al-Hussayn [“Zayn-ul-‘Abideen” – 4th Imam]

Muhammad ibn Sa’ad [d. 845 C.E], in his book Tabaqat ibn Sa’ad, records a conversation that occurred between Fudayl ibn Marzūq, and ‘Umar and Hussayn, the sons of ‘Ali ibn al-Hussayn [“Zayn-ul-‘Abideen” – 4th Imam]: Fudayl narrates: “I asked, ‘is there currently among you Ahlul-bayt an individual whom obedience to is [divinely] mandated, you know… Read More Muhammad ibn Sa’ad [d. 845 C.E] – Conversation that occurred between Fudayl ibn Marzūq, and ‘Umar and Hussayn, the sons of ‘Ali ibn al-Hussayn [“Zayn-ul-‘Abideen” – 4th Imam]

Mustafa al-Siba’i [d. 1964 CE] – “It is said: The first who introduced the practice of fabricating narrations concerning the virtues of individuals were the Shi’a.”

Mustafa al-Siba’i – “It is said: the first who introduced [the practice of fabricating narrations concerning the virtues of individuals] were the Shi’a, due to difference between the various groups [and partiality]. Ibn Abi’l Hadid in ‘Nahj al-Balagha’ states, ‘Know, that the origins [of the practice] of fabricating/lying in ahadith [narrations] that concern the virtues… Read More Mustafa al-Siba’i [d. 1964 CE] – “It is said: The first who introduced the practice of fabricating narrations concerning the virtues of individuals were the Shi’a.”

Ibn Saba’ was the originator of the Heterodoxical Beliefs of The Shi’a

Naasir al-Qifaari – “a faction from the classical and contemporary researchers have affirmed that [‘Abdullah] ibn Saba’ was the foundation of the Shi’i motion, and the first brick in its structure; corroboratively reported in both Sunni and Shi’a books in the same manner.” Footnote: “For instance, Ibn Taymiyyah considers Ibn Saba’ to be the first… Read More Ibn Saba’ was the originator of the Heterodoxical Beliefs of The Shi’a