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First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

Author: Rasul on 12-04-2015, 15:59, Views: 504

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

 

السلام عليكم

 

In order to prove, that he is not a charlatan, Ahmad al-Hassan had deceided to show his first "miracle". Let's see, what kind of "miracle" he wants to show us, and what he claims.

 

 

Ahmad al-Hassan says, on his official website:

 

طلبت من جماعة من العلماء ممن يتزعمون الطائفة الشيعية أن يتقدموا لطلب معجزة وفق صيغة ذكرتها في الصحف الصادرة عن أنصار الإمام المهدي ( ع ), فلم يتقدم أحد منهم بطلب شيء, ولهذا أمرني أبي الإمام المهدي محمد بن الحسن العسكري ( ع ) أبين شيء من موضعي منه ( ع ), وهو إني وصيه وأول من يحكم من ولده وإني روضة من رياض الجنة أخبر عنها رسول الله ( ص ).

وأول معجزة أظهرها للمسلمين وللناس أجمعين هو أني أعرف موضع قبر فاطمة ( ع ) بضعة محمد ( ص ), وجميع المسلمين مجمعين على أن قبر فاطمة ( ع ) مغيب لا يعلم موضعه إلا الإمام المهدي ( ع ), وهو أخبرني بموضع قبر أمي فاطمة ( ع ) وموضع قبر فاطمة ( ع ) بجانب قبر الأمام الحسن ( ع ) وملاصق له وكأن الأمام الحسن المجتبى (ع) مدفون في حضن فاطمة ( ع ), ومستعد أن أقسم على ما أقول والله على ما أقول شهيد ورسوله محمد ( ص ) وعلي ( ع ) الذي دفن فاطمة ( ع ). والحمد لله وحده

 

"I requested from a group of clerics, who lead the Shia sect, that they step forward requesting a miracle in a form which I mentioned in the newspapers of the Ansar of Imam Al-Mahdi (as). So, none of them came forward with any request, and that is why my father Imam Al-Mahdi M.u.h.a.m.m.a.d bin Al-Hassan Al-Askari (as) commanded me to clarify a part of my relationship to him (as), that is that I am his successor and the first of his sons to rule and that I am a garden from the gardens of heaven of which the Prophet (saw) spoke. And the first miracle I reveal to the Muslims and to all people is that I know the location of the grave of Fatima (sa), the part of the Prophet Muhammad (saw). All Muslims unanimously acknowledge that the grave of Fatima (sa) is hidden and no one has knowledge of its location except for Imam Al-Mahdi (as). He [Imam al-Mahdi (as)] has informed me of the location of the grave of my mother Fatima (sa). The Grave of Fatima (sa) is next to the grave of Imam Al-Hassan (as), adjacent to it, as if Imam Al-Hassan the beneficial (as) is buried in the bosom of Fatima (as)."

 

 

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First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

 

 

 

Claims made by Ahmad al-Hassan:

  1. He knows the location of the grave of Fatimah (sa).
  2. It is the first miracle, which he reveal's to the Muslims.
  3. All Muslims unanimously acknowledge, that the grave of Fatimah (sa) is hidden, and no one has knowledge of it's location except for Imam al-Mahdi (as).
  4. The Grave of Fatimah (sa) is next to the grave of Imam al-Hassan (as), adjacent to it, as if Imam al-Hassan the beneficial (as) is buried in the bosom of Fatimah (as).

 

 

Let's examine:

  1. Where is the grave of Fatimah (sa)? - Is it next to the grave of Imam al-Hassan (as) in al-Baqī' Cemetery?
  2. Authentic narrations about the grave of Fatimah (sa) in Shia sources.
  3. Where is the grave of Fatimah (sa) in Sunni source?

 

 

 

Where is the grave of Fatimah (sa)? - Is it next to the grave of Imam al-Hassan (as) in al-Baqī' Cemetery?

 

علي بن إبراهيم، عن أبيه، عن بكر بن صالح [قال الكليني] وعدة من أصحابنا، عن ابن زياد، عن محمد بن سليمان الديلمي، عن هارون بن الجهم، عن محمد ابن مسلم قال سمعت ابا جفعر عليه السلام يقول: لما حضر الحسن بن علي عليهما السلام الوفاة قال للحسين عليه السلام: يا أخي إني اوصيك بوصية فاحفظها، إذا أنا مت فهيئني ثم وجهني إلى رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله لاحدث به عهدا ثم اصرفني إلى امي عليها السلام ثم ردني فادفني بالبقيع

 

[...] from Muhammad ibn Muslim, he said: I heard Abu Ja'far (as), and he was saying: When al-Hassan ibn 'Ali (as) was close to death, he said to al-Hussain ibn 'Ali (as): Oh my brother, I command you with a will [of mine] so guard it; when I die, prepare me (i.e. for death), then direct me to the Messenger of Allah (saw), so I may renew with him my pact. Then take me to my mother (as), then return me and bury me in al-Baqī' [cemetery]."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Usūl al-Kāfī by Sheikh al-Kulaynī, Volume 1, page 181, Hadith # 1

[Note]: As we can notice from the words of Imam Hassan (as), the grave of Fatimah (sa) is not in the al-Baqī' cemetery.

 

 

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First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

 

 

 

Authentic narrations about the grave of Fatimah (sa) in Shia sources.

 

أحمد بن محمد بن نصر البزنطي قال: سألت الرضا عليه السلام عن فاطمة بنت رسول الله صلى الله عليه وآله أي مكان دفنت؟ فقال: سأل رجل جعفراً عليه السلام عن هذه المسألة –  وعيسى بن موسى حاضر –  فقال له عيسى: دفنت في البقيع. فقال الرجل: ما تقول؟ فقال: قد قال لك. فقلت له: أصلحك الله، ما أنا وعيسى بن موسى؟ أخبرني عن آبائك! فقال: دفنت في بيتها

 

Ahmad bin Mohammad bin Abu Nasr al-Bazanti said: I asked al-Ridha (as) about the grave of Fatimah (as). He (as) said: One individual had asked Ja'far (as) about this issue, whereupon - therein was Isa bin Musa, who said: "buried in the al-Baqī' cemetery" while the questioner said "What do you say?" Isa bin Musa said: "as I said" as a reply, when the man [i.e. questioner] said to Ja'far (as): ''Give me a news [about this issue] from your forefathers.'' - whereupon Ja'far (as) said: "buried in her home."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Qurb al-isnād by Ḥimyarī, Volume 1, page 367, Hadith # 1314

Grading: Ṣaḥīḥ

 

 

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First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

 

 

 

= Attesting the narrator, Ahmad bin Mohammad bin Abu Nasr al-Bazanti:

 

أحمد بن محمد بن أبي نصر البزنطي

قال الشيخ (63): أحمد بن محمد بن أبي نصر زيد مولى السكوني أبو جعفر، وقيل: أبو على، المعروف بالبزنطي، كوفي (ثقة) لقي الرضا عليه السلام، وكان عظيم المنزلة عنده، وروى عنه كتاباً

 

Sheikh [al-Tusi] said, in his book “Fihrist”:Ahmed bin Muhammad bin Abu Nasr, also called Abu Ja'far and Abu Ali, known as al-Bazanti, from Kufa, Thiqa [trustworthy]. Has seen al-Riḍā (as), and had great position in his [i.e. Imams (as)] eyes, and had narrated two books from the Imam.

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Mu‘jam rijāl al-ḥadīth by al-Khū’ī, Volume 3, page 17, Person # 803

 

 

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First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

 

 

علي بن محمد وغيره، عن سهل بن زياد، عن أحمد بن محمد بن أبي نصر قال: سألت الرضا (عليه السلام) عن قبر فاطمة (عليها السلام) فقال: دفنت في بيتها فلما زادت بنو امية في المسجد صارت في المسجد

 

Chain of Sheikh al-Kulaynī going up to [...] Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn abu Nasr [al-Bazanti], who has said the following: “I asked al-Rida (as), about the grave of Fatimah (as) - He (as) said, ‘She was buried in her own house. When the Amawids enlarged the Mosque it became part of the Mosque.”

 

عنه عن أحمد بن محمد بن أبي نصر قال: سألت أبا الحسن عليه السلام عن قبر فاطمة عليها السلام فقال: دفنت في بيتها فلما زادت بنو أمية في المسجد صارت في المسجد

 

Chain of Sheikh al-Tusi going up to [...] Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn abu Nasr [al-Bazanti], who has said the following: “I asked al-Rida (as), about the grave of Fatimah (as) - He (as) said, ‘She was buried in her own house. When the Amawids enlarged the Mosque it became part of the Mosque.”

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Usūl al-Kāfī by Sheikh al-Kulaynī, Volume 1, page 293, Hadith # 9

Source: Malādh al-akhyār by Majlisī II, Volume 5, page 481, Hadith # 25

Grading of al-Majlisī II: Ṣaḥīḥ

 

 

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First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!
First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

 

 

First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

 

 

 

Where is the grave of Fatimah (sa) in Sunni source?

 

قال وأخبرني عبد العزيز بن عمران، عن حماد بن عيسى، عن جعفر بن محمد، عن أبيه قال: دفن علي فاطمة رضي الله عنها ليلا في منزلها الذي دخل في المسجد، فقبرها عند باب المسجد

 

[...] Ja'far bin Muhammad narrated from his father [Imam al-Baqir (as)]: ''Ali buried Fatimah (as) at night in her house (later when the mosque was enlarged) grave became part of the Mosque."

 

حدثنا أبو غسان، عن عبد الله بن إبراهيم بن عبيد الله، أن جعفر بن محمد كان يقول: قبرت فاطمة رضي الله عنها في بيتها الذي أدخله عمر بن عبد العزيز في المسجد

 

[...] Abdullah bin Ibrahim bin Ubeydullah said, Jafar bin Muhammad said: ''The grave of Fatimah (as) was in her house, Umar bin Abdulaziz [enlarged the mosque] it became part of the Mosque."

 

 

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Sunni References:

Source: Tārīkh al-Madīnah by Ibn Shabbah, Volume 1, page 106-107,

 

 

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First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

First “Miracle” of Ahmad al-Hassan fails and shows his ignorance!

 

 

 

Conclusion:

  • Ahmad al-Hassan is a liar, who is ignorant about the location of the grave of Fatimah (sa).

 

 

 

 

Category: Articles, Shia Islam, Researches, Ahl al-Bayt (as), Ahmad al-Hassan (la), Shia Reply:, Imamah, Īlm, Ḥadīth, Caliphate, Fake Yamani

 

“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

Author: Rasul on 27-02-2015, 19:18, Views: 872

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

 

السلام عليكم

 

According to Ahmad al-Hassan's claims & false imaginations, he himself is the 1st companion of the 12th Imam (as), from the city 'Basrah'. In order to prove his claims, he quotes the following ahadith in his own book: ''al-Javab al-Munir''.

 

عن أمير المؤمنين (ع) في خبر طويل :… فقال (ع) ألا وان أولهم من البصرة وأخرهم من الأبدال

 

Hadith # 1: [...] from Amīr al-Mu'minīn [Ali] in a long narration: "[...] then he (as) said: "and indeed the first of them [i.e. the 313 companions] is from Basra, and the last of them is from Abdaal [...]."

 

عن الصادق (ع) في خبر طويل سمى به أصحاب القائم (ع):… ومن البصرة ……… احمد

 

Hadith # 2: [...] from Imam al-Ṣādiq (as), in a long narration, in which he names the companions of al-Qa’im [i.e. 12th Imam]: "[...] and from Basra [...] Ahmad [...]."

 

 

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Anṣārī References:

Source: al-Javab al-Munir by Ahmad al-Hassan, page 63,

[Note]: Ahmad al-Hassan has 'cut' this hadith in order to fool people, none of this hadith supports the claims made by Ahmad al-Hassan!

 

 

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“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

 

 

 

Let's examine:

  • Who are from Basrah in the Shia hadith used by Ahmad al-Hassan, did Ahmad al-Hassan 'cut' the hadith in order to deceive people?
  • Objection of the Ansar & the source [i.e. the book Bishārat al-Islām] used by Ahmad al-Hassan. What has been mentioned by the author al-Kāẓimī?
  • What has been mentioned in the original source?
  • What has been mentioned in the secondary source?
  • What has been mentioned in the modern source?

 

 

 

Who are from Basrah in the Shia hadith used by Ahmad al-Hassan, did Ahmad al-Hassan 'cut' the hadith in order to deceive people?

 

ألا وأنّ أوّلهم من البصرة وآخرهم من الأبدال ٬ فأما الّذين من البصر ة: فعل ومحارب

 

Hadith # 1, what it really says: [...] from Amīr al-Mu'minīn [Ali]: "[...] then he (as) said: "and indeed the first of them [i.e. the 313 companions] is from Basra, and the last of them is from Abdaal, as for those from Basra they are: Al and Muharib."

 

وبالاسناد الأول: أن الصادق (عليه السلام) سمى أصحاب القائم (عليه السلام) لأبي بصير فيما بعد، فقال (عليه السلام): ومن البصرة: عبد الرحمن بن الأعطف بن سعد، وأحمد بن مليح، وحماد بن جابر

 

Hadith # 2, what it really says: [...] from Imam al-Ṣādiq (as): "[...] and from Basra: Abdurrahman bin Atıf bin Sad, Ahmed bin Melih and Hammad bin Cabir."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Bishārat al-Islām by al-Kāẓimī, page 295 & 298,

[Note]: In this edition of Bishārat al-Islām the hadith # 2 contains mistake, it says: 'وأحمد ومليح' so, I have used the original source.

 

 

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“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

 

 

 

Objection of the Ansar & the source [i.e. the book Bishārat al-Islām] used by Ahmad al-Hassan. What has been mentioned by the author al-Kāẓimī?

 

Objection: In [some] editions of the book Bishārat al-Islām, it doesnt say "Ahmed bin Melih" rather it says ''Ahmed, Melih"

 

Ansawer: Bishārat al-Islām is not the original source of the hadith, the original source is Dala'il al-Imamah of Ṭabarī al-Imami (ra), and in it, we can read: "Ahmed bin Melih". Seconldy, the author has made it clear that he has used the copy with mistakes:

 

هذه النُسخة كثيرة الغْلط ٬ وقد سقط منها بعضُ الحروف وبدّل البعضُ

 

al-Kāẓimī says: "There are many mistakes in this copy [i.e. the copy used by the author al-Kāẓimī]. Some of the letters have fallen. Some of the [letters] have changed."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Bishārat al-Islām by al-Kāẓimī, page 296,

 

 

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“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

 

 

 

What has been mentioned in the original source?

 

وبالاسناد الأول: أن الصادق (عليه السلام) سمى أصحاب القائم (عليه السلام) لأبي بصير فيما بعد، فقال (عليه السلام): ومن البصرة: عبد الرحمن بن الأعطف بن سعد، وأحمد بن مليح، وحماد بن جابر

 

Original source: [...] from Imam al-Ṣādiq (as): "[...] and from Basra: Abdurrahman bin Atıf bin Sad, Ahmed bin Melih and Hammad bin Cabir."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Dala'il al-Imamah by Ṭabarī al-Imami, page 574,

 

 

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“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!
“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

 

 

 

What has been mentioned in the secondary source?

 

وبالاسناد الأول: أن الصادق (عليه السلام) سمى أصحاب القائم (عليه السلام) لأبي بصير فيما بعد، فقال (عليه السلام): ومن البصرة: عبد الرحمن بن الأعطف بن سعد، وأحمد بن مليح، وحماد بن جابر

 

Secondary source: [...] from Imam al-Ṣādiq (as): "[...] and from Basra: Abdurrahman bin Atıf bin Sad, Ahmed bin Melih and Hammad bin Cabir."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: al-Maḥajjah by Baḥrānī, page 45,

 

 

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“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

 

 

 

What has been mentioned in the modern source?

 

وبالاسناد الأول: أن الصادق (عليه السلام) سمى أصحاب القائم (عليه السلام) لأبي بصير فيما بعد، فقال (عليه السلام): ومن البصرة: عبد الرحمن بن الأعطف بن سعد، وأحمد بن مليح، وحماد بن جابر

 

Modern source: [...] from Imam al-Ṣādiq: "[...] and from Basra: Abdurrahman bin Atıf bin Sad, Ahmed bin Melih and Hammad bin Cabir."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Mu‘jam aḥādīth al-Imām al-Mahdī by Sheikh Kūrānī, Volume 5, page 273-274,

 

 

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“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

“Ahmad from Basrah” - Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan!

 

 

Conclusions:

  1. Ahmad al-Hassan is a charlatan, who cuts the hadith, in order to deceive people.
  2. Ahmad al-Hassan is ignorant of the fact, that the hadith talks about 'Ahmed bin Melih'.

 

 

 

 

Category: Articles, Shia Islam, Researches, Ahl al-Bayt (as), Ahmad al-Hassan (la), Imamah, Shia ʿAqeedah, Ḥadīth, Fake Yamani

 

Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

Author: Rasul on 24-01-2015, 20:58, Views: 1978

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

 

السلام عليكم

 

In his book ''The thirteenth disciple'' Ahmad al-Hassan uses a Shia hadith from 'Kitāb al-G̲h̲ayba' of an-Numani, in order to prove, that the 'crucified look-alike' of Isa (as) was an Imam from Ahl al-Bayt [i.e. Ahmad al-Hassan himself, according to his fantasies], and he makes the following claims:

 

وروي أ ن الشبيه المصلوب من ذرية رسول الله

 

[Ahmad al-Hassan says]: And it was narrated, that the crucified look-alike is from the lineage of the Messenger of Allah (saw).

 

قال رسول الله محمد وهو يدعو لعلي ابن أبي طالب: اللهم أعطه جلادة موسى، واجعل في نسله شبيه عيسى، اللهم إنك خليفتي عليه وعلى عترته وذريته الطيبة المطهرة التي أذهبت عنها الرجس والنجس

 

[Ahmad al-Hassan says]: The Messenger of Allah Muhammad (saw) said in his supplication for Ali bin Abi Talib (as),“O Allah! Grant him the patience of Moses, and make among his descendants the look-alike of Jesus (as). O Allah! Indeed, You are my vicegerent upon him and upon his progeny and his kind and purified lineage from whom You have removed uncleanliness and impurity.” - (Kitāb al-G̲h̲ayba by an-Numani, page 144,)

 

 

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Anṣārī References:

Source: al-Hawwari al-Thalith Ashar by Ahmad al-Hassan, page 166,

[Note]: Ahmad al-Hassan has mentioned only the 'small part' of the hadith. It is a long hadith, which talks about 12th Imam (as).

 

 

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Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

 

 

 

I say: Firstly, the statement of Ahmad al-Hassan "And it was narrated that the crucified look-alike is from the lineage of the Messenger of Allah (saw)" is a great lie & deception, the hadith used by Ahmad al-Hassan is mentioned in the Chapter 10: What have been narrated about the occultation of the expected 12th Imam [...]. Seconly, the content of the hadith is about the 12th Imam (as) and it mentions his (as) occultation. Thirdly, the explanation of this hadith is like this: ''Prophet (saw) asked Allah (azwj) to make the 12th Imam (as) beautiful [magnificent] as Isa (as)." We know this from another hadith, from the same book, where the content of the 'Tablet of Fatimah' has been mentioned. Lastly, the author, an-Numani (ra) makes comment on this hadith, and explains, that the hadith is about 12th Imam (as) and his occultation.

 

 

Let's examine:

  1. Chapter of the hadith, which was mentioned by Ahmad al-Hassan.
  2. Content & Commentary of the hadith, which was mentioned by Ahmad al-Hassan.
  3. Who is the 'look-alike' of Isa (as) from Ahl al-Bayt (as)? - Refering to Ahl al-Bayt (as).

 

 

 

Chapter of the hadith, which was mentioned by Ahmad al-Hassan:

 

باب 10 ما روي في غيبة الإمام المنتظر الثاني عشر وذكر مولانا أمير المؤمنين والأئمة صلوات الله عليهم أجمعين بعده وإنذارهم بها

 

Chapter 10: What have been narrated about the occultation of the expected 12th Imam, what was mentioned by our Master, Amīr al-Mu'minīn [Ali], and Imams (as) after him, and about their foretell of it.

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Kitab al-Ghayba by an-Numani, page 97,

 

 

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Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!
Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

 

 

Content & Commentary of the hadith, which was mentioned by Ahmad al-Hassan:

 

وفي هذا الحديث عجائب وشواهد على حقية ما تعتقده الإمامية وتدين به، والحمد لله، فمن ذلك قول أمير المؤمنين صلوات الله عليه: " حتى إذا غاب المتغيب من ولدي عن عيون الناس " أليس هذا موجبا لهذه الغيبة، وشاهدا على صحة قول من يعترف بهذا، ويدين بإمامة صاحبها؟

 

an-Numani says: This hadith, it contains amazing words, and it is a witness to the truthfulness of things, that al-Imamiyyah is convinced of, and through what they practice the Religion, praise be to Allah. Of these, the words of the Amīr al-Mu'minīn (as): "While the occulted one from my descendants will not be occulted from the eyes of the people."[1] Do these words not support the occultation? - and [do these words] not testify in the favor of the beliefs of those, who accept him [i.e. 12th Imam], and practice the Religion through the guidence of the owner of this occultation [i.e. 12th Imam]?

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Kitab al-Ghayba by an-Numani, page 100,

[1] Quote from the hadith, which was mentioned by Ahmad al-Hassan.

 

 

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Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

 

 

Who is 'look-alike' of Isa (as) from Ahl al-Bayt (as)? - Refering to Ahl al-Bayt (as):

 

أخرج منه الداعي إلى سبيلي، والخازن لعلمي الحسن، ثم أكمل ذلك بابنه رحمة للعالمين، عليه كمال موسى، وبهاء عيسى، وصبر أيوب

 

[Tablet of Fatimah]: "And I [i.e. Allah] will bring out of him - Hassan [al-Askari] caller to my path and guardian of my knowledge. Then I will bring it [i.e. Imamah] to the fullness with his son [i.e. 12th Imam], who is a mercy to the worlds. He will have the perfection of Musa, beauty (magnificence) of Isa, and patience of Ayub."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Kitab al-Ghayba by an-Numani, page 44, Hadith # 26

 

 

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Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

Deception of Ahmad al-Hassan with Shia hadith!

 

 

 

Conclusions:

  1. Ahmad al-Hassan is a charlatan, who fools people.
  2. The hadith, which was used by Ahmad al-Hassan, in order to prove, that the crucified look-alike is from the lineage of the Messenger of Allah (saw) is actually about the 12th Imam (as).

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Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

Author: Rasul on 11-01-2015, 17:55, Views: 1256

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

 

السلام عليكم

 

The following arguments, has been used by Ahmad al-Hassan in his book: ''The thirteenth disciple'', in order to refute Sheikh Tusi's (ra) interpretation.

 

ثم من هم الذين يعتقدون بأ ن الإمام المهدي محمد بن الحسن ميت في زمن الظهور كما صرح الشيخ الطوسي ويعتقد أكثر الناس أنه بلي عظامه؟!! فالشيعة يعتقدون بحياته والسنة لا يعتقدون بوجوده أصلا فكيف يعتقدون بموته

 

[Ahmad al-Hassan says]: ''Moreover, who are those who believe that Imam al-Mahdi, Muhammad bin al-Hassan, is dead in the "Age of Appearance" as Sheikh al-Tousi stated, "And most of the people believe that his bones have deteriorated"?!! For the Shia believe that he is alive and the Sunnis do not believe that he is present in the first place so how can they believe in his death?!!!''

 

 

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Anṣārī References:

Source: al-Hawwari al-Thalith Ashar by Ahmad al-Hassan, page 141,

 

 

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Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

 

 

 

Claims made by Ahmad al-Hassan:

  1. Shia believe that he [i.e. 12th Imam (as)] is alive.
  2. Sunnis do not believe, that he [i.e. 12th Imam (as)] is present.

 

Questions asked by Ahmad al-Hassan:

  1. So, how can they [i.e. Sunnis & Shiites] believe in his death?
  2. Who are those who believe that Imam al-Mahdi, Muhammad bin al-Hassan, is dead in the "Age of Appearance"?

 

 

I say: In defence of Sheikh Tusi (ra) statement, ''And most of the people believe that his bones have deteriorated." The statement of Sheikh Tusi (ra) is about Shiites, who made such claims due to prolongation of the occultation, because of their ignorance. They were refuted later on.

 

In the book by Abdulaziz Abdulhussein Sachedina: ''Islamic Messianism: The Idea of Mahdi in Twelver Shi'ism, page 84, we can read the following: ''The occultation was already considered as tawil when Ibn Babuya composed his Kamal al-Din. In one place he relates his meeting with a man in Baghdad who complained to him that the ghayba had become prolonged and unbearable confusion had caused many Shi'ites to turn away from the Imamate of the Twelfth Imam because of the long occultation."

 

Also, when we refer to the Kitāb al-G̲h̲ayba of Sheikh al-Tusi, we can read the following, which supports our statement:

 

قال: وروى أحمد بن الحارث، رفعه إلى أبي عبد الله عليه السلام أنه قال: لو قد يقوم القائم لقال الناس: أنى يكون هذا وبليت عظامه

 

[Fii Nusrat al-Waqifa]: He said: Ahmad b. al-Harith narrated, going up to Abu `Abdillah (as) that he said: "When the Qa’im rises, the people will say: Is this the one, while his bones had decayed?"[1]

 

فإنما فيه: أن قوما يقولون: إنه بليت عظامه لانهم ينكرون أن يبقى هذه المدة الطويلة. وقد إدعى قوم أن صاحب الزمان مات وغيبه الله فهذا رد عليهم

 

[Sheikh al-Tusi says]: "And in this, a community will say, "his bones had decayed" because they will doubt that he had remained for this long period. And a community has claimed that the Patron of the Age has died, and Allah has concealed him – so this is a refutation of them."

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Kitāb al-G̲h̲ayba by Sheikh al-Tusi, page 59-60,

[1] It is a Waqifi hadith, explained by Sheikh al-Tusi (ra).

 

 

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Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

 

 

I say: As for the statement of Ahmad al-Hassan: "Sunnis do not believe, that he [i.e. 12th Imam (as)] is present." - There are Sunnis who believe, that he [i.e. 12th Imam (as)] was present and that he (as) died. Let's see what Sunni Imam Shāh Abd al-Azīz Dehlavi says, in his book: ''al-Toḥfa al-ʼIthnā ʿAshariyya.''

 

In the introduction of his book, Imam Dehlavi says the following:

 

و این رساله را تیمّناً و تبرّکاً بهٔ عدد ائمه اثنا عشر علیهم السلام بر دوازده باب مرتب کرده شد

 

"And [the contents of] this treatise was sorted into twelve chapters seeking the blessings of the number of the twelve Imams, may Allah's peace be upon them."

 

Also, in the second chapter, he says:

 

تا آنکه نوبت حضرت امام محمد بن الحسن المهدی رسید و ایشان متولد شدند و در حالت طفولیت و صغر سن وفات کردند

 

"Till the turn [of the Imamate] reached Imam Mohammad bin al-Hassan, who was born and then passed away in his childhood."

 

 

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Sunni References:

Source: al-Toḥfa al-Ithnā ʿAshariyya by Imam Dehlavi, page 4 & 206,

 

 

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Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

Ahmad al-Hassan fails due to ignorance! - Shocking!

 

 

 

Conclusions:

  1. Ahmad al-Hassan is ignorant of the fact, that many Shiites turned away from the Imamat of the 12th Imam (as) due to prolongation of the occultation, and claimed that the Patron of the Age (as) was dead, and that al-Tusi (ra) talks about them.
  2. Claims made by Ahmad al-Hassan are due to his ignorance.
  3. Questions asked by Ahmad al-Hassan are also due to his ignorance.
  4. There are Sunnis who believe, that he [i.e. 12th Imam (as)] was present and that he (as) died.

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Allah (swt) refutes Ahmad al-Hassan!

Author: Rasul on 3-01-2015, 22:03, Views: 515

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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

 

السلام عليكم

 

As you may know already, Ahmad al-Hassan claims, that he is '13th Imam' & proof of Allah from Ahl al-Bayt (as), let's refer his claims to Allah (swt) i.e. al-hadith al-Qudsi, and see what Allah (swt) says: 12th Imam (as) wrote in his Tawqee [i.e. letter]:[1]

 

الإحتجاج: وعن محمد بن عبد الله بن جعفر الحميري أنه قال: خرج توقيع من الناحية المقدسة - حرسها الله تعالى، بعد المسائل: [...] فقولوا كما قال الله تعالى " سلام على آل يس، [...] أشهدك يا مولاي أني أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له وأن محمدا عبده ورسوله، لا حبيب إلا هو وأهله، وأشهدك أن أمير المؤمنين حجته، والحسن حجته، والحسين حجته، وعلي بن الحسين حجته، ومحمد بن علي حجته، وجعفر بن محمد حجته، وموسى بن جعفر حجته، وعلي بن موسى حجته ومحمد بن علي حجته، وعلي بن محمد حجته، والحسن بن علي حجته.´وأشهد أنك حجة الله، أنتم الأول والآخر، وأن رجعتكم حق لا ريب فيها، [...] فنفسي مؤمنة بالله وحده لا شريك له وبرسوله وبأمير المؤمنين وبكم يا مولاي أولكم وآخركم

 

[...] ''Say as Allah (Exalted be He) says: ''Peace to you, Oh Alee Yasin [i.e. Family of Muhammad]!'' [...]

 

''I take you as witness, Oh my master, that I bear witness, there is no god but Allah, One, without associates, and that Muammad is His servant and messenger. There is no one more beloved by Allah than him and his household. I take you as witness, O my master, that I bear witness, that Amīr al-Mu'minīn Ali, is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], al-Hassan is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], al-Hussain is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], `Ali the son of al-Hussain is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], Muammad the son of `Ali is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], Ja`far the son of Muammad is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], Musa the son of Ja`far is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], `Ali the son of Musa is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], Muammad the son of `Ali is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], `Ali the son of Muammad is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah], and al-Hassan the son of `Ali is His Hujjaty [i.e. proof of Allah]. I also bear witness that you [i.e. 12th Imam] is verily the Hujjaty [i.e. proof] of Allah. You all are the first and the last. And [I bear witness] that your [promised] Return is undoubtedly true.'' [...]

 

Oh, My master! Died, who denied you [i.e. Ahl al-Bayt], and has found happiness one who obeyed you [i.e. Ahl al-Bayt]! So, bear witness to everything, that I have witnessed in front of you! I am, indeed, in friendship with you [i.e. Ahl al-Bayt] [...]

 

My soul is thus believing in Allah; One and Only Lord and having no associate, and also in His Messenger, in the Amīr al-Mu'minīn, and in you all [i.e. Imams], O my master, from the beginning to the end. [...]

 

 

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Shia References:

Source: Bihār al-Anwār by Allamah al-Majlisī, Volume 53, page 171-172, Hadith# 5

[1] Note, that only the important parts of the letter has been translated.

 

 

I say: As we can see, Allah (swt) wants us to believe and testify only for 12 Imam (as). As he himself does, because, there are only 12 divinely appointed Mahdis / Imams. So, the claims of Ahmad al-Hassan, that he is divinely appointed Mahdi / Imam are false and should be rejected.

 

 

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Allah (swt) refutes Ahmad al-Hassan!

Allah (swt) refutes Ahmad al-Hassan!

Allah (swt) refutes Ahmad al-Hassan!

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