Muraja’at

October 23, 2017

Letter 13 and 14

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Letter 13   I. Argument Regarding These Traditions Weak Thul-Qi’da 1329   May Allah bless your hand and pen! How elevated their pages above the position of that who challenges and opposes! How defensible their wise writings against the sight of the critic and researcher! Their pages struggle towards one destination, going along an aimed path, in a purposeful way. Their arguments do […]
October 23, 2017

Letter 11 and 12

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Letter 11   I. Admiring Our Clear Texts II. Wondering at Compromising Them With the Majority’s Beliefs III. Asking for Clear Signs from the Book   Thul-Qi’da 1329 1) I have been honoured to receive your highly esteemed letter which I found to be authentic in its mainstream, comprehensible. You have filled your bucket to the brim. The flood of your eloquence has […]
October 23, 2017

Letter 9 and 10

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Letter 9 I. Requesting more relevant texts   Thul Qi’da 1329 Do not curb your pen, and do not worry about boring me. I am all ears listening to you; my chest is wide, and in learning from you, my heart is at ease and soul in peace and tranquility. All the proofs and arguments which you have stated made me even more […]
October 23, 2017

Letter 7 and 8

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Letter 7 I. Requesting Proofs from Statements by Allah and His Messenger II. Proofs from Ahl al­Bayt are Circumventive   Thul-Qi’da 13, 1329 A.H. 1) Bring the proofs from the statements of Allah and His Messenger bearing witness to the mandatory allegiance to the Imams among the Ahl al­Bayt exclusively, and leave aside the speech of anyone else in this respect except those […]
October 23, 2017

Letter 5 and 6

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   Letter 5 I. Admitting Our Argument II. Asking for Detailed Proofs   Thul-Qi’da 9, 1329 A.H. 1) Your letter has been quite clear, very well arranged, praiseworthy. It is eloquent, powerful in determination, and strong in argument. It spares no attempt to prove that it is not compulsory to follow the majority’s sects in the principles and branches of religion, saving no effort […]