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 … Continue reading 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]

Advertisements

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