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Documents of the Right Word

A collection of small books written by Sunni scholars for answering Shi'a claims.

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    Hakikat Kitabevi Publications No: 1

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    PART ONE DOCUMENTS OF THE RIGHT WOR

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    Sunnî Muslims, and attain happines

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    etreated to Nejef. In order to elim

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    There were thousands of sentinels.

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    He was short. He showed me a seat w

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    Ibn-ul-Djawzî, for instance, says

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    “Our knowledge about them is such

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    pleasure of seeing his blessed lumi

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    were serving whole- heartedly from

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    his right.’ When our master the P

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    He followed Rasûlullah’s example

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    “No, it couldn’t be,” I said.

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    him on account of these statements.

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    Bukhârî-i-sherîf that ‘hadrat

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    infallible. Yet it is wâjib for ev

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    everything. If the (following) pers

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    hikmats should exist either in All

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    justice. The right that Allâhu ta

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    master Rasûlullah’s ‘sall-All

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    and the Ensârs [1] and the Sons of

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    “Furthermore, the word (Wâli) us

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    true, it would signify love for the

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    hadrat ’Umar?” “That marriage

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    clear out all the heretical element

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    ud-dawla (Grand Vizier) left the Sh

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    to make me the Shâh in the meeting

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    i-’Ulâmâ (Molla Alî Ekber), th

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    PART TWO TRANSLATION (OF THE BOOK)

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    writings, and convincing everybody

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    Thunder is his voice. And thunderbo

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    Him on to the Arsh, yet He is more

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    was retained by the Qarâmitîs for

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    flow into Aral Sea, is called Mâve

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    Allâhu alaihi wa sallam’ was abo

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    incur punishment. An example of thi

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    the good news that he shall go to P

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    Abû Hanîfa ‘radiy-Allâhu anh

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    world, nor in the Hereafter.” To

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    âyat of Kehf sûra purports, “As

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    these people have to change their c

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    accepted the caliphate of Abû Bekr

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    commentaries for Aqâid-i-Nesefiyya

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    ’azîz.” Thus he informed that

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    the âyat-i-kerîma purports, “Do

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    Rifâî [512-578 (C.E. 1183), in Um

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    cursing his (supposed) enemies inst

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    wâjib for them to follow the way a

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    company. Mu'âwiya appointed him go

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    Hadîja for a while, and added), an

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    PART THREE THE BOOK TEZKIYA-I-AHL-I

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    consider Islam to consist of loving

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    and after attaining such a perfect

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    Sunni Muslims would make anyone the

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    common practice. Later it was forbi

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    had happened, he put his blessed sp

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    “Though it was hadrat Alî’s ri

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    it, thus depriving him of getting u

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    that after him Abdullah bin ’Umar

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    hadrat Fâtimâ, offended, harboure

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    not know that his not voting for ha

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    Ibrâhîm bin Ad-ham ‘rahimahull

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    fostered by Abdullah Ibni ’Umar

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    ‘alaihis-salâm’: O Prophet of

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    them, the Ummat-i-Muhammad (Muslims

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    Kawthar. He who wishes to enter Par

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    weep, the Sahâbîs in the Mesjîd-

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    ecoming Believers. They became Ras

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    u-thenâ (thanking, praising and la

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    e powerful enough to enforce the re

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    mischief). There is no resting for

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    in Islam and caused millions of Mus

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    travelled in Muslim countries for t

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    ook unto the floor. You were conste

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    Iranian people?” This faqîr (I)

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    sinner rejected by the Imâm for hi

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    thus leading to a long era of blasp

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    mercy and compassion to His slaves

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    (in jamâ’at) behind another pers

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    ul-haqâyiq), (Al-fâz-i-qudsiyya)

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    that will be inflicted on Pharaoh t

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    Çald›ran in 920 [A.D. 1514] were

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    these books and confuted them with

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    Khalîfas. And yet in this occasion

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    clearly at the end of the Jum’a (

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    swerved from the way guided by Qur

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    The hundred and second (102nd) âya

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    The forty-third âyat of Baqara sû

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    sitting on a rock, he had (some ây

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    have quoted earlier Allâhu ta’â

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    ocean of knowledge. He received fay

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    e rewarded rather than punished, i.

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    Ismâ’îliyya. It is written in t

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    among hadîth-i-sherîfs, and if th

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    thought Imâm-i-A’zam was the gre

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    matter as if it were something impo

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    differ from one another only in a f

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    ooks telling about the virtues of t

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    ‘rahmatullâhi aleyh’, quote Ab

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    17- Heretics attempt to call things

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    and as (Allah’s) compassion on th

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    prohibited Jewry to eat all sorts o

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    eleventh and the twelfth days, fift

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    years. After all, Muslims’ sacred

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    people on account of some worldly d

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    PART FIVE O MY BROTHER! IF YOU WISH

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    convert of Yemen who was contempora

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    wa sallam’ sent forth hadrat Abû

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    When a Prophet passes away, the pro

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    is harâm for him to do Taqiyya. It

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    ’Uthmân Zinnûreyn and Abd-ur-Ra

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    hesitate. Kill him there, right awa

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    due to hadrat Âisha-i-Siddîqa. As

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    Benî Mustalaq. Supposing that the

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    collected from Africa to Merwân. H

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    ’Uthmân’s governors and comman

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    Messenger said, “No.” They aske

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    historical topics. Guest-houses and

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ anhâ’ are inn

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    Âisha was that they (Rasûlullah a

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    that I sobbed bitterly. My father w

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    slandered myself. Wallahi I have no

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    men.” Rasûlullah and hadrat Âis

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    Allâhu alaihi wa sallam’ pronoun

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    into a mere system of fanaticism an

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    in Qur’ân al-kerîm and in hadî

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    written curse against the first two

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    with water half of which is blood o

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    this situation, too. He secretly in

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    persecutions inflicted by them.”

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    intentions, Hasan ‘radiy-Allâhu

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    the petitioner and I am the Sultân

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    prevent fitna and that the murderer

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    would come to his dungeon and he wo

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    numbers and being sent even to vill

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    aynayn. We have summarized and tran

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    these two noble persons, whom the M

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    groups of renegades. He sent a troo

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    a great army in Istanbul and was ma

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    “Be quiet.” They dispersed. Mu

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    of Egypt, for four years during had

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    Hurûfîs vituperate the three Khal

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    y the As-hâb-i-kirâm. All the tea

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    Fâris and Kermân. Abdullah bin Ab

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    evoking the order of his governoshi

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    twenty-ninth page of the abridged v

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    Shiites’ animus. As a matter of f

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    military colleagues in the Holy War

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    Hadrat Alî is a foundation pillar

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    people. Only after these stages did

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    under his command. Or, at least, he

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    from the Messenger of Allah, I was

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    genuine ijtihâd. There is no doubt

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    Zekiyya, declared his imâmat in Me

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    hurt their father, Ya’qûb ‘ala

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    these blessed people as a result of

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    Mu’min (Believer) or a Muslimân

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    less for calling him a Prophet. Kri

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    Lexical meaning of the word Din (re

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    world a permanent fruit of piety or

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    Islamic religion and persecute and

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    and that cruelty and mischief will

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    history we Muslims have taken many

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    Muslims promised to be free from He

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    THIRD VOLUME, HUNDRED and TWENTY-FO

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    easoning, a little consideration to

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    ‘radiy-Allâhu ta’âlâ anhum

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    of Allah, who deputized him in the

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    PART SIX WHAT IS PROPHETHOOD MUHAMM

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    communicate the fact that Allâhu t

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    (rahmatullâhi ’alaih) explaining

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    INTRODUCTION I WHAT DOES PROPHETHOO

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    INTRODUCTION II WHAT DOES MU’JIZA

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    seeing a mu’jiza, the intellect b

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    ARTICLE I BI’THAT: THE SENDING OF

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    (message!’ was Allah. And knowing

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ has created men

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    10- “The intellect does the thing

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    explained before, there are many th

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    value of which is clarified by Prop

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    Muhammad (’alaihi ’s-salâm) is

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    some people at some place and at so

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    Answer: The Sahâbat al-kirâm’s

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    kerîm’s eloquence, realized that

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    known by those who are cognizant of

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    Fakhr ad-dîn ar-Râzî. Muhammad (

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    PART SEVEN A BIOGRAPHY of IMÂM-I-

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    towards Allâhu ta’âlâ and lift

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    had never been revealed by anyone b

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    grades of Fanâ and Baqâ. Upon thi

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    We shall quote a few of the sayings

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    He stated: Ghaws-ul-a’zam (Abd-ul

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    were his adherents and disciples su

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    ta’âlâ. Anyone disliked and rej

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    When he was twenty-four years old,

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    he entered his presence and begged:

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    from them cannot be tallied. The fa

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    Urwa-t-ul-wusqa Muhammad Ma’thûm

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    pays. Shame on a person who spends

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    Muhammad Ma’thûm are scholars of

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    espect, the saying, “There cannot

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    and keeps away from such things as

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    FIRST VOLUME, 50th LETTER Ma’âri

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    a result of this wrong reasoning th

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    it. The same amount of fayz cannot

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    heart is now so oblivious of the m

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    and Baqâ are his attributes. Wilâ

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    No one except our Prophet was taken

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    y Allâhu ta’âlâ.” Hadrat ’

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    prohibitions, worships coming from

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    coming from Siddîq-i-ekber and thr

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    SECOND VOLUME, 62nd LETTER Man’s

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    Taarruf, [namely, Abû Is-haq Muham

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    deeds. They say that men’s action

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    in Qur’ân al-kerîm and in the (

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    consequences of our ill deeds. The

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    example of this type is the way cho

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    Allâhu ta’âlâ purports, “To

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    guides us in this way and adapt our

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    THIRD VOLUME, 252nd LETTER The fayz

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    PART EIGHT TRANSLATION OF THE BOOK

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  • Page 467 and 468: 8- “What has handicapped efforts
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