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Thanks be to ALLAH, His help we seek and His guidance we search for' ra*romsoever ALLAH permits to go astray shall never have guidan"", , rlrornro"rr.i ALLAH guides shall never be misled; and I bear witness that there is no God but ALLAH alone and He has no partner; and I bear witness that Mohammed is His servant and messenger. Peace be upon him, his family, his companions and their followers until the day of resurrection. ALLAH commands us in the Holy Qur'an'. "Let there arise out ofyou a group of people iniviting to all that is good (Islam), enjoining Al-ma'ruf (te. Islamic Monotheism and all that Islam orders one to do) andforbidding Al- Munhar (polytheism and disbelief and all that Islam hasforbidden). And it is they who are the successful"r. I pray to ALLAH that He will accept this work as a correct response to His commandment. The purpose of this pamphlet is to present a brief idea about the religious issues that the Shee'ah scholars have disagreed upon with the majority of Muslim scholars. It is to acquaint especially those who have a vague picture of what the Shee'ah school of thought is in comparison to the malority's version of Islam. ln short, it is to answer the ever-rising questions. Is the disagreement vital? And if it is vital, as a Muslim Shee'ah or following the Muslim scholars, what should I do to find the right Islam and the nght path to Paradise? May ALLAH bestow on us His mercy and not deprive us of His guidance. Ameen. t the Holy Qur'an: Chapter 3 verse 104 INTRODUCTION Thanks be to ALLAH, His help we seek and His guidance we search for; whomsoever ALLAH permits to go astray shall never have guidance, whomsoever ALLAH guides shall never be misled; and I bear witness that there is no God but ALLAH alone and He has no partner; and I bear witness that Mohammed is His servant and messenger. Peace be upon him, his family, his companions and their followers until the day ofresurrection. ALLAH commands us in the Holy Qur'an: "Let there arise out ofyou a group of people iniviting to all that Lv good (Islam), enjoining Al-ma'ruf(i.e. An important book shows the corrupt belief of Shi’ites. The author said in the introduction, “I wrote this book for a number of reasons including: 1 The increased efforts of the Shi’ites to spread their ideology in the Muslim world. 2 The danger of this deviant sect poses on Islam. 3 The ignorance of many Muslims about the danger of this deviant sect. 4 The corrupt Aqeedah belief system of the Shi’ites, which includes polytheism, defamation of the Quran and defamation of the Companions of the Prophet, may Allah be pleased with them all. 5 Their extreme beliefs in relation to their imams.
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Thanks be to ALLAH, His help we seek and His guidance we search for'
ra*romsoever ALLAH permits to go astray shall never have guidan"", , rlrornro"rr.i
ALLAH guides shall never be misled; and I bear witness that there is no God but
ALLAH alone and He has no partner; and I bear witness that Mohammed is His
servant and messenger. Peace be upon him, his family, his companions and their
followers until the day of resurrection.
ALLAH commands us in the Holy Qur'an'. "Let there arise out ofyou a
group of people iniviting to all that is good (Islam), enjoining Al-ma'ruf (te.

Islamic Monotheism and all that Islam orders one to do) andforbidding Al-
Munhar (polytheism and disbelief and all that Islam hasforbidden). And it is

they who are the successful"r. I pray to ALLAH that He will accept this work as
a correct response to His commandment.
The purpose of this pamphlet is to present a brief idea about the religious
issues that the Shee'ah scholars have disagreed upon with the majority of Muslim
scholars. It is to acquaint especially those who have a vague picture of what the
Shee'ah school of thought is in comparison to the malority's version of Islam. ln
short, it is to answer the ever-rising questions. Is the disagreement vital? And if it is
vital, as a Muslim Shee'ah or following the Muslim scholars, what should I do to
find the right Islam and the nght path to Paradise? May ALLAH bestow on us His
mercy and not deprive us of His guidance. Ameen.

t the Holy Qur'an: Chapter 3 verse 104
INTRODUCTION
Thanks be to ALLAH, His help we seek and His guidance we search for;
whomsoever ALLAH permits to go astray shall never have guidance, whomsoever
ALLAH guides shall never be misled; and I bear witness that there is no God but
ALLAH alone and He has no partner; and I bear witness that Mohammed is His
servant and messenger. Peace be upon him, his family, his companions and their
followers until the day ofresurrection.
ALLAH commands us in the Holy Qur'an: "Let there arise out ofyou a
group of people iniviting to all that Lv good (Islam), enjoining Al-ma'ruf(i.e.



An important book shows the corrupt belief of Shi’ites. The author said in the introduction,
“I wrote this book for a number of reasons including: 1 The increased efforts of the Shi’ites to spread their ideology in the Muslim world. 2 The danger of this deviant sect poses on Islam. 3 The ignorance of many Muslims about the danger of this deviant sect. 4 The corrupt Aqeedah belief system of the Shi’ites, which includes polytheism, defamation of the Quran and defamation of the Companions of the Prophet, may Allah be pleased with them all. 5 Their extreme beliefs in relation to their imams.

للكاتب/المؤلف : سعيد اسماعيل سنى .
دار النشر : .
سنة النشر : 1995م / 1416هـ .
عدد مرات التحميل : 1250 مرّة / مرات.
تم اضافته في : الأربعاء , 27 مارس 2019م.
حجم الكتاب عند التحميل : 1.5 ميجا بايت .

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(Consensus or Semi-Consensus)
Articles of Faith and Pillars of Islam
The Shee'ah Concept of Imamate
The Family of the Prophet 6ro""neuponHim)
The Companions of the Prophet @eaceBeUponHim)
Toq'yah (Shielding)
Mut'ah - Temporary Marriage
Ghadeer Khum
Conclusion
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Thanks be to ALLAH, His help we seek and His guidance we search for'
ra*romsoever ALLAH permits to go astray shall never have guidan"", , rlrornro"rr.i
ALLAH guides shall never be misled; and I bear witness that there is no God but
ALLAH alone and He has no partner; and I bear witness that Mohammed is His
servant and messenger. Peace be upon him, his family, his companions and their
followers until the day of resurrection.
ALLAH commands us in the Holy Qur'an'. "Let there arise out ofyou a
group of people iniviting to all that is good (Islam), enjoining Al-ma'ruf (te.

Islamic Monotheism and all that Islam orders one to do) andforbidding Al-
Munhar (polytheism and disbelief and all that Islam hasforbidden). And it is

they who are the successful"r. I pray to ALLAH that He will accept this work as
a correct response to His commandment.
The purpose of this pamphlet is to present a brief idea about the religious
issues that the Shee'ah scholars have disagreed upon with the majority of Muslim
scholars. It is to acquaint especially those who have a vague picture of what the
Shee'ah school of thought is in comparison to the malority's version of Islam. ln
short, it is to answer the ever-rising questions. Is the disagreement vital? And if it is
vital, as a Muslim Shee'ah or following the Muslim scholars, what should I do to
find the right Islam and the nght path to Paradise? May ALLAH bestow on us His
mercy and not deprive us of His guidance. Ameen.

t the Holy Qur'an: Chapter 3 verse 104
INTRODUCTION
Thanks be to ALLAH, His help we seek and His guidance we search for;
whomsoever ALLAH permits to go astray shall never have guidance, whomsoever
ALLAH guides shall never be misled; and I bear witness that there is no God but
ALLAH alone and He has no partner; and I bear witness that Mohammed is His
servant and messenger. Peace be upon him, his family, his companions and their
followers until the day ofresurrection.
ALLAH commands us in the Holy Qur'an: "Let there arise out ofyou a
group of people iniviting to all that Lv good (Islam), enjoining Al-ma'ruf(i.e.

Islamic Monotheism and all that Islam orders one to do) andforbidding Al-
Munkar (polytheism and disbelief and all that Islam hasforbidden). And it is

they who are the successful"l. I pray to ALLAH that He will accept this work as
a correct response to His commandment.
The purpose of this pamphlet is to present a brief idea about the religious
issues that the Shee'ah scholars have disagreed upon with the majority of Muslim
scholars. It is to acquaint especially those who have a vague picture of what the
Shee'ah school of thought is in comparison to the majority's version ofIslam. In
short, it is to answer the ever-rising questions. Is the disagreement vital? And ifit is
vital, as a Muslim Shee'ah or following the Muslim scholars, what should I do to
find the right Islam and the right path to Paradise? May ALLAH bestow on us His
mercy and not deprive us of His guidance. Ameen.

I The Holy Qur'an: Chapter 3 verse 104.

Boa*cRouND oF 'HEE'AH TDEoLocIES
When Islam came as a guidance for mankind, the early generation of
devoted Muslims sincerely worked hard to propagate and defend it, allowing Islam
to spread steadfastly. However, this created a wave of anger and hatred towards
Islam from some of the narrow minded religious figures, especially of Judarsm
They plotted to assassinate the prophet (peae Be upo Him) and to create discord or
fighting among Muslims (Fitnah). However, the Iman or faith of the companions
was so strong that they were not affected by such conspiracies. After the death of
many companions, the Jewish conspiracy among others, represented by Abdullah
bin Sabaa, found its way first, thru Muslims less educated about Islam then later
on to the rest of the Muslim Community.l
During the term of the first and second Ca'lee'phah's (Leader of the whole
Muslim nation) there were still many companions. By the end of the third
Ca'lee'phah's reign, a great number of the companions of the Prophet (peaeBer.rptnHim)
had passed away, while the number of new generation and new converts had
multiplied tremendously. At this time, the tribalist, racist and Jewish movements
found an opportunity to come to the surface. Among these movements was that of
Abdullah Bin Sabaa, as had been mentioned above. He is a Yemen Jew who
claimed that Ali had divtne authority. This developed further into the claim that he,
his son- Al-Hassan. his son Al-Hussain and the descendants of the latter should be
the future leaders of the whole Muslim Ummah forever. This was. of course.
contrary to the current practice since after the Prophet (peaerlerJprnHiml Abu Bakr had
been elected as the Caliph (Leader) of the whole Muslim Ummah (Nation),
followed by Omar. There was as yet, until today, no claim that Ali should be the
first Ca'lee'phah'.2
This allegation however, finally found a place of acceptance in the capital of
the previously lranian Empire, Al-Madayen, more easily than in the other regions
of the Islamic Empire at that time, especially since Al-Hussain, second son of Ali,
was then married to the daughter of the last Iranian Emperor.3
This is why the Shee'ah concept of the hereditary system of leadership is
confined to the descendants of Al-Husain, beginning with fourth Shiite's Imam
(leader). The claim that Ali should be the first Caliph started mainly as a political
ploy to create discord among Muslims by agitating the tribal and racial differences
and hostilities.
' Zaheer,p l7-24, quoting three Shee'ah source
2 Ibn Taymiyah, Vol. 3 pp. I 16-72.
t Ali Hassan pp.230-231.
BACKGROUND OF SHEE'AD IDEOLOGIES
When Islam came as a guidance for mankind, the early generation of
devoted Muslims sincerely worked hard to propagate and defend it, allowing Islam
to spread steadfastly. However, this created a wave of anger and hatred towards
Islam from some of the narrow minded religious figures, especially ofJudaism.
They plotted to assassinate the prophet (Peace Be Uprn Him) and to create discord or
fighting among Muslims (Fitnah). However, the Iman or faith ofthe companions
was so strong that they were not affected by such conspiracies. After the death of
many companions, the Jewish conspiracy among others, represented by Abdullah
bin Sabaa, found its way first, thru Muslims less educated about Islam then later
on to the rest ofthe Muslim Community. 1
During the term ofthe first and second Ca'lee'phah's (Leader ofthe whole
Muslim nation) there were still many companions. By the end of the third
Ca'lee'phah's reign, a great number of the companions ofthe Prophet (Peace Be Uptm Him)
had passed away, while the number of new generation and new converts had
multiplied tremendously. At this time, the tribalist, racist and Jewish movements
found an opportunity to come to the surface. Among these movements was that of
Abdullah Bin Sabaa, as had been mentioned above. He is a Yemen Jew who
claimed that Ali had divine authority. This developed further into the claim that he,
his son, AI-Hassan, his son AI-Hussain and the descendants ofthe latter should be
the future leaders of the whole Muslim Ummah forever. This was, of course,
contrary to the current practice since after the Prophet (Peace Be Up,m Him) Abu Bakr had
been elected as the Caliph (Leader) of the whole Muslim Ummah (Nation),
followed by Omar. There was as yet, until today, no claim that Ali should be the
first Ca'lee'phah d
This allegation however, finally found a place of acceptance in the capital of
the previously Iranian Empire, AI-Madayen, more easily than in the other regions
of the Islamic Empire at that time, especially since AI-Hussain, second son ofAli,
was then married to the daughter ofthe last Iranian Emperor?
This is why the Shee'ah concept ofthe hereditary system of leadership is
confined to the descendants of AI-Husain, beginning with fourth Shiite's Imam
(leader). The claim that Ali should be the first Caliph started mainly as a political
ploy to create discord among Muslims by agitating the tribal and racial differences
and hostilities.
I Zaheer, p 17-24, quoting three Shee'ah source.
2 Ibn Taymiyah, Vol. 3 pp. 116-72.
3 Ali Hassan pp. 230-231.

 

The end result of the political claim, however, was a religious difference and
deviation from the Islam maintained by the great majority of Muslim scholars.
Shee'ahr derive their name from Shee'ee2 which means in Arabic supporter,
here to mean the supporters of Ali, his sons, Hassan and Hussain, and descendants
of Hussain. Shee'ah are divided into groups'. theZaidis. whohavedeviatedthe
least; the Ja'fari Eth'nai Ashri, the Ismailis, and the AlawiNusairi. Druzes derive
their roots from Ismailism and Fatimid Shee'ah.3
The following pages are devoted to the discussion of the Ja'fari Eth'nai
Ashri (Ja'fari twelve Imams), which represents the Shee'ah majority.

'Plural.
2 Singular.
3 IbnTaymiuah, Minhaj, vol. lp.3; vol2p.l24 Tabatabai pp.75-82; Abdulla pp. 73-143; Al-Falwazan pp. 9-l 8.
The end result ofthe political claim, however, was a religious difference and
deviation from the Islam maintained by the great majority of Muslim scholars.
Shee'ahl derive their name from Shee'ee2 which means in Arabic supporter,
here to mean the supporters ofAli, his sons, Hassan and Hussain, and descendants
of Hussain. Shee'ah are divided into groups: the Zaidis, who have deviated the
least; the Ja'fari Eth'nai Ashri, the Ismailis, and the Alawi Nusairi. Druzes derive
their roots from Ismailism and Fatimid Shee'ah?
The following pages are devoted to the discussion of the Ja'fari Eth'nai
Ashri (Ja'fari twelve Imams), which represents the Shee'ah majority.

1 Plural.
2 Singular.
3 Ibn Tayrniuah, Minhaj, vol. Ip.3; vol 2 p.124 Tabatabai pp. 75-82; Abdulla pp. 73-143; Al-Falwazan pp. 9-18.

 

oLY QIIR'AN
The Ja'fari Shee'ah scholar says: 'that the number of verses in the Holy
Qur'an is 1700'.r Al-Kafi by Al-Kolayni, which is believed by Shee'ah scholars as
the most trustworthy and celebrated work of HADEETH known in the Shee'ah
world, says: 'Any human being who claims to have collected the Qur'an in its
complete form is a liar. Only Ali and the Imams collected it all and preserved it'.2
The Shee'ah Scholars also allow their followers to read the existing Holy
Qur'an till they are taught their version. This permission is based on a Shee'ah
tradition which says: I said to lmam Ali Musa (the 8s Imam), we hear from you
Qur'anic verses which we have not leamed. Are we committing sins tiy not reciting
them? The lmam said'No, read the way you have learned. Someone will come to
teach you' (referring to the l2e Imam who will reappear and bring with him the
complete version according to the Shee'ah belief)3
The Muslim scholars assure us that Prophet Mohammed (peae Be [email protected] Hin)
compiled the Holy Qur'an in its complete, cunent existing form orally and dtring
the C'laph'ah (leadership) of Abu Bakr, a compilation which was written down in
a single volume.a
During the C'laph'ah of Othman, the language of the Holy Qur'an was
standardized and universalized.s The approved variations in reciting a few words of
the Holy Qur'an do not touch its basic meaning.6
ALLAH says in the Holy Qur'an'."Verily lile: It is We Who have sent down
the Dhikr (Qur'an) and surely,lVe will guard it (from corruption)"1;"It isfor
IIs to collect and to give you (O Mohamtnud (p.o". s, upon Him) the ability to recite it"
8; "Fahehood cannot come to itfrom before it or behind it (it is) sent down by
the Alt-Wise Worthy of all praise (ALL/lH)".e

t Al-Usool Minat-Kafi, vol . 2p. 634,1961; see also Zaheer, pp 77-152.
2 Al-Usml Min al-kafi vol . I,p.228, 1968.
t Al-Kafi Min al-Usool, vol . 2, p. 633, I 96 I ; also see Al-Khateeb p. I l.
o Al-Bukhari, vol. 6,pp. 477-8.
t Al-Bukhari, vol. 6, pp. 478-80.
u Qattan, pp. 17G85.
7 HolyQur'an: Chapter 15 verse 9.
t Holy qur'an: Chapter 75 verse 17.
e Holy Qu'an: Chapter 4l verse 42.
HOLYQUR'AN
The Ja'fari Shee'ah scholar says: 'that the number of verses in the Holy
Qur'an is 1700'" Al-Kafi by Al-Kolayni, which is believed by Shee'ah scholars as
the most trustworthy and celebrated work ofHADEETH known in the Shee'ah
world, says: 'Any human being who claims to have collected the Qur'an in its
complete form is a liar. Only Ali and the Imams collected it all and preserved it'.2
The Shee'ah Scholars also allow their followers to read the existing Holy
Qur'an till they are taught their version. This permission is based on a Shee'ah
tradition which says: I said to Imam Ali Musa (the 8th Imam), we hear from you
Qur'anic verses which we have not learned. Are we committing sins by not reciting
them? The Imam said 'No, read the way you have learned. Someone will come to
teach you' (referring to the 12th Imam who will reappear and bring with him the
complete version according to the Shee'ah beliefi
The Muslim scholars assure us that Prophet Mohammed (peace Be Upoo Him)
compiled the Holy Qur'an in its complete, current existing form orally and during
the C'laph'ah (leadership) ofAbu Bakr, a compilation which was written down in
a single volume. 4
During the C'laph'ah of Othman, the language of the Holy Qur'an was
standardized and universalized. 5 The approved variations in reciting a few words of
the Holy Qur'an do not touch its basic meaning. 6
ALLAH says in the Holy Qur'an:"Verily We: It is We Who have sent down
the Dhikr (Qur'an) and surely, We will guard it (from corruption)"7;"It isfor
Us to collect and to give you (0 Mohammad (peace Be Upon Him)) the ability to recite it"
8; "Falsehood cannot come to itfrom before it or behind it (it is) sent down by
the All-Wise Worthy ofall praise (ALLAH)".9

1 Al-Usool Minal-Kafi, vol. 2p. 634, 1961; see alsoZaheer, pp. 77-152.
2 Al-Usool Min al-kafi vol. 1, p. 228, 1968.
3 Al-Kafi Min al-Usool, vol. 2, p. 633, 1961; also see Al-Khateeb p. 11.
4 Al-Bukhari, vol. 6, pp. 477-8.
5 Al-Bukhari, vol. 6, pp. 478-80.
6 Qattan, pp. 170-85.
7 Holy Qur'an: Chapter 15 verse 9.
8 Holy Qur'an: Chapter 75 verse 17.
9 Holy Qur'an: Chapter 41 verse 42.

 

ALLAH had promised to preserve it as a guidance for Muslims everywhere
and forever. This is in contrast to the previous divine books wtrerein although their
original forms are preserved with ALLAH, the ones in the hands of the followers
of these messages are distorted.
The Muslim scholars udro consider the belief that the Holy Qur'an is
adulterated is a plain rejection of the Islamic faith.r
Brothers and sisters, you can find out for yourself that the number of verses
in the Holy Qur'an is 6236 excluding the "Bismillah" at the beginning of the Suras
(Chapter), but the Shee'ah Scholars claim that this Holy Qur'an is not complete.
Should we believe the Ja'fari Shee'ah source or the Almighty ALLAH and the
Muslim Scholars? Perhaps some Shee'ah deny their belief that the eisting Holy
Qur'an is not complete. But this denial could be shielding (Tuq'yah or to lie to
protect the Shee'ah belief).

| 7ahet,p. l4l-7.
ALLAH had promised to preserve it as a guidance for Muslims everywhere
and forever. This is in contrast to the previous divine books wherein although their
original forms are preserved with ALLAH, the ones in the hands ofthe followers
ofthese messages are distorted.
The Muslim scholars who consider the belief that the Holy Qur'an is
adulterated is a plain rejection ofthe Islamic faith. 1
Brothers and sisters, you can find out for yourselfthat the number of verses
in the Holy Qur'an is 6236 excluding the "Bismillah" at the beginning ofthe Suras
(Chapter), but the Shee'ah Scholars claim that this Holy Qur'an is not complete.
Should we believe the Ja'fari Shee'ah source or the Almighty ALLAH and the
Muslim Scholars? Perhaps some Shee'ah deny their beliefthat the existing Holy
Qur'an is not complete. But this denial could be shielding (Tuq'yah or to lie to
protect the Shee'ah belief).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 An important book shows the corrupt belief of Shi’ites. The author said in the introduction,
 “I wrote this book for a number of reasons including: 1 The increased efforts of the Shi’ites to spread their ideology in the Muslim world. 2 The danger of this deviant sect poses on Islam. 3 The ignorance of many Muslims about the danger of this deviant sect. 4 The corrupt Aqeedah belief system of the Shi’ites, which includes polytheism, defamation of the Quran and defamation of the Companions of the Prophet, may Allah be pleased with them all. 5 Their extreme beliefs in relation to their imams.



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