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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كتـاب الغـيـبـة – Kitab al-Ghaybah
The oldest version of the book is available in the library of Astan Quds Razavi. Among the most important books written on this topic and this title gyaybah before the book of al-Shaykh al-Tusi, al-Ghayba of al-Nu’mani d. Kitab al-Ghayba is one of tens of books written having this title.
This page was last edited on 6 Augustat Hasan al-Tusi known as al-Shaykh al-Tusi. Ibrahim al-Nu’mani at the beginning of the Major Occultation period. Related Contents Imam Mahdi in the Verse: The Benefit of Having the Imam in Occultation ghatbah. Views Read View source View history.
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Kitab al-Ghayba: The Book of Occultation
About this book, he said, “al-Shaykh al-Tusi’s al-Ghayba contains the strongest rational and traditional proofs for the existence of Imam al-Mahdi athe reason for his occultation and signs of his advent toward the end of the time.
After mentioning an issue about imamate of Imam al-Mahdi aal-Shaykh al-Mufid says, “there are many hadiths in this regard which narrators have collected and have mentioned them in their books including Abu ‘Abd Allah Muhammad b. After the demise of al-Sayyid al-Murtadahe took the leadership of Twelver Shi’a and educated many students.
The total number of hadiths in the book is hadiths explained in twenty six chapters and the number of hadiths in each chapter is different. Disappearance of the expected Imam Chapter The traditions narrated by the Sunni Chapter 7: Pretenders of being imams Chapter 6: He continues and rejects beliefs of Kaysaniyya, Nawusiyya, Waqifids, Muhammadiyya, Fathiyya and such sects about imamate.
The rising of as-Sufyani Chapter Being patient in waiting for deliverance Chapter Then, he answers questions posed regarding the belief in occultation and at the end, he mentions the arguments for the occultation of Imam al-Mahdi a and that he a is the Twelfth Imam a from the children of Imam al-Husayn a and rejects the arguments of deniers.
The Book of Occultation.
Ali al-Bajali or al-Shuja’i and although he ghyabah not famous, others have recited the book before him and then his son, Husayn b. This version has a list of Qur’anic verses, names of prophets, angels and 14 infallibles, narrators, ambiguous points, clans and sects, places and times, references for the research and thematic index.
Kitab al-Ghayba is one of tens of books written having this title.
Faris Hassoon Kareem Translated by: For other uses, see Al-Ghayba disambiguation. Hasan al-Tusi known as al-Shaykh al-Tusi. Forbidding timing and naming al-Qa’im Chapter Imam Mahdi in Sunnism 2. Excluding Hudud to the time of Imam’s a presence: Skip to main content.
Doubting any of the twelve imams Chapter 8: The Shia when al-Qa’im appears Chapter Ansariyan Publications – Qum. This article is about the book written by al-Shaykh al-Tusi.