The Book of Occultation (Kitab Al-Ghaibah) (Bihar Al-Anwar, Volume 51) both the short (al-ghybah al-sughra) and long (al-ghaybah al-kubra), his deputies. Kitāb al-Ghayba (Arabic: کِتاب الغَيبَة), is the title of a book about the occultation of Imam al-Mahdi (a) written by Abu Ja’far Muhammad b. Kitāb al-Ghaybah. by Ṭūsī, Muḥammad ibn al-Ḥasan. Issue Year: Published/ Created: Bayrūt: Manshūrāt al-Riḍā lil-Ṭibā’ah wa-al-Nashr wa-al-Tawzī’,
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Imam Mahdi in the Verse Sources and References of the Book References al-Shaykh has benefited from can be divided in two groups: Doubting any of the twelve imams Chapter 8: Muhammad al-Shuja’i has presented the version of the book recited before the author as well as other books of his father to al-Najashi and this way it has become available. Twelve imams determined by Allah Chapter 5: Al-Nu’mani organized twenty six chapters in three parts of “basics of occultation”, “period of occultation” and “time of the advent and its signs “.
كتـاب الغـيـبـة – Kitab al-Ghaybah
The Shia when al-Qa’im appears Chapter After the demise of al-Sayyid al-Murtadahe took the leadership of Twelver Shi’a and educated many students. Structure of the Book This book has been arranged in 8 chapters: It has offered the view of Shi’a about Imam al-Mahdi a and ghaybha answered questions posed about his occultation using justifications from the Qur’an, hadiths and reason. Aalulbayt Global Information Center. This book is among important references for knowing Imam al-Mahdi a and his occultation.
To kitsb this issue, the author first proves prerequisites such as the necessity of existence of Imam a at any time, necessity of the infallibility of Imam a and presence of Imam a among people.
Among the most important books written on this topic and this title written before the book of al-Shaykh al-Tusi, al-Ghayba of al-Nu’mani d.
Kitab al-Ghayba: The Book of Occultation
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Imam Mahdi in Sunnism 1. In a lengthy introduction, he explains it as deviation gjaybah some groups of Shi’a regarding the occultation of the Tewlfth Imam a and mentions weakness of faith and lack of attention towards available hadiths on the issue of Occultation as one of the causes of such deviation.
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The Benefit of Having the Imam in Occultation 2. The distresses before the appearance of al-Qa’im Chapter It is not known what book has been the oldest book titled as al-Ghayba, but references of bibliography have listed books titled as such after the second century Thaybah. The traditions narrated by the Sunni Chapter 7: Views Read View source View history. Gaybah was also regarded as the transcriber of al-Kulayni’s speeches and thus had a special respect and fame before Shi’a scholars in jurisprudence and other sciences.
About the name of the book, the author has not chosen a title, but Aqa Buzurg Tihrani called it al-Ghayba. The Book of Occultation. Hasan al-Tusi known as al-Shaykh al-Tusi. kitabb
Disagreement among the Shia during the disappearance Chapter Faris Hassoon Kareem Translated by: Kitab al-Ghayba is one ghaybh tens of books written having this title. Title of the Book. Forbidding timing and naming al-Qa’im Chapter Lifetime of Imam a and explanation of reports about his death; the unknown nature of his advent and explanation of reports which ghayah marked a certain time for his advent; mentioning the signs of his advent.
Allah does not leave the world with no authority Hujjah Chapter 9: