The Identity of the Ulama

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200px-No_image_available.svg Shiite theologiansSource: Ain-al-Hayat, By: Allama Muhammad Baqir MajlisiImam Hasaan Al-’Askari (as) narrates form Imam Zain-ul-’Abidin (as), “When you see a person who has the appearance of a religious scholar, gives deep thought in giving opinion on religious matters, shows excessive humility in his dealings, don’t make haste in falling to his stratagems. There are plenty of people who, for worldly gains, pretend to be what they are not in reality. If you notice that the person is not interested in material...

(Shiite Scholars in the Field of Biography Compilation(Rijal

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200px-No_image_available.svg Shiite theologiansFrom among the Tabi'een, according to the Al-Fahrist of Ash-Shaikh, Ubaidullah Bin Abu Rafe'a, the secretary of Amir-ul-Mu'minin Ali(A.S.) wrote a book about those persons from among the companions of the Holy Prophet(S.A.W.) who participated in the Battle of Jamal, Siffin and Nehrwan on the side of Imam Ali Bin Abi Talib(A.S.). He died during the first century.Other writers who contributed to this field of studies are the following:1. Hisham Bin Muhammad As-Sa'id al-Kalabi.Ibn-un-Nadim has...

The Famous Shi'ite Exegetists of the Holy Quran

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200px-No_image_available.svg Shiite theologiansShi'ite Commentators and Exegetists From Among The CompanionsThe foremost among them was Imam Ali bin Abi Talib(A.S.), Master of the Shi'ites and their Imam. He collected the Holy Quran and interpreted it that is he arranged it in manner it was revealed. He had a book in which he had mentioned sixty different branches of the sciences connected with the Holy Quran, which in fact is the basis of all the books connected with the Quranic Studies. As-Suyuti has said that he was most referred to from...

Shi'ite Authors in Islamic History

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200px-No_image_available.svg Shiite theologiansThe pioneer in this field was Asbagh bin Nabatah Tabi'i who was one of the closest friends and companions of of Amir-al-Muminin Imam Ali(A.S.). Ash-Shaikh has said in Al-Fahrist that Ad-Dawri reported through him the accoumt of the battle against Imam Husain (A.H.). He has also given the authorities for itHe died during the first centuryThe first one to write a book on Islamic History was Aaban Bin Uthman al-Ahmar Tabi'i. He wrote Kitab-ul-Mabda' Wal-Mab'ath Wal-Maghazi Wal-Wafat Was-Saqifah...