By Ali Azhar Arastu - XKP
This e-book has been divided into five segments which were additional divided into diverse parts.
The first phase defines the that means of Shia and talks concerning the various sects in the Shias and additional divides Ismailis and talks concerning the sects inside of them. It additionally discusses a few of the Ismaili/Fatimid Imams (the Ismaili Imams after Imam al-Sadiq (as) and it questions the authenticity of the Ismaili Imams and questions the actual fact in the event that they have been divinely appointed.
The moment section of the e-book offers with the significance of following the precise chain and the necessity to stick to the rightful Imams after the Holy Prophet (sawa) additionally discusses the traditions of the Holy Prophet (sawa) concerning his successors (as) and his traditions concerning Imam al-Mahdi, the 12th Holy Imam (May Allah hasten his reappearance). additionally clarifies a few doubts that one can have concerning the occultation of Imam al-Mahdi (as).
The 3rd phase discusses approximately an excellent Imam and the characteristics we must always count on from him after which addresses of the Ithna Ashari Imams after Imam al-Sadiq (as), their designation, what has been stated approximately them not just through Shias but in addition by means of Ahle Sunna.
The fourth phase offers with the impression of following the incorrect chain and its outcomes on their deeds. moreover, one of many Bohra Jurisprudential matters (Bohra Calendar and the moon sighting) is scrutinized in detail.
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