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al-Tabrasi author of al-Ihtijaj and Tahreef

So basically, Noori didn’t simply wrote a book to prove that Quran been tampered. In such verses and others like them we see the signs of what the hypocrites did to the Qur’anthe disbelievers and enemies of Islam used such verses to attack the Qur’an, and if I were to explain to you O reader everything that was erased and corrupted and altered similar to the ithijaj, then it will take a long time, and a lot of what Taqiyyah hides would be exposed from the virtues of the Awliya’ ie Imams and the sins of their enemies.

Three commentaries have been written on the book:. You are making it sound like as if no one from among your respected scholars ever held a rare or unaccepted view that they then weren’t critiqued on.

What do you mean so easy? And when it was presented to shaykh Noori, he wrote specific book in answers on his doubts meaning doubts of Muarib. O you who have believed, ask Allah to confer blessing upon him and ask Allah to grant him peace. One indication of its popularity is that, despite its enormous size, it was published twice in lithographed form in the nineteenth century.

I read though that Noori changed his mind later on, is this claim true? Edit Edited October 13, by skamran What would you say about this scholar, who compiled book to prove that Quran is deficient? He who obeys the Messenger has obeyed Allah. Not it was not. K Siddiqi, Lahore, onward. View this page in our App. Muslims hold these to be the most important source of Islamic teachings after the Qur’an. In addition to providing the address of the verses of the Qur’an and explaining the difficult words, he has written many useful comments including the biography of many figures mentioned in the text and hadiths of the book; also there are an index of the content of the book and an index of the glosses and comments.


Or in the view of Tabarsi this verse been made up by companions? Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. He did not believe that the Qur’an is not a miracle, or a divine book.

al-Tabrasi author of al-Ihtijaj and Tahreef

Mirza Nuri did indeed write a book attempting to prove that there are verses missing from the Qur’an. Because no proofs for this available. He is famous for some of his works. When in fact his view was simply that there are certain verses missing he didn’t claim to know which verses or what they were, but that we know generally speaking that something is missing. Now could you please tell me if the version of verse that allegedly been revealed like it was narrated by this scholar, was not tampered, changed, altered by dropping name of Ali from it?

This was Imam Khomeini’s view regarding his books pretty extreme I would saybut nevertheless, other scholars may have the opinion that his other works and efforts are to be appreciated. As examples, we can mention a few of the works from which he derived the hadith s in the present collection, works which have been independently published in modern times.

During the history of Islamgreat religious figures by the motivation of proving the right and refuting the wrong, wrote books under the title of “al-Ihtijaj” or dedicated some chapters of their books to this topic. Views Read View source View history. And without the kindness and encouragement of Wg.

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But the Shi’ite collections, such as that of al-Kulayni ihhijaj, also contain sayings transmitted from and about the twelve Imams. These are two different topics so please don’t mix things up.

This belief in kufr. As for the book you have referred to in your email, it has an a devious and a cunning story behind it, created by the opponent of the Shi’a in order to discredit them. Others who may feel that the present translation does not do justice to the literary qualities of the text may ihtiajj their own hand at rendering it into English. Correct me if I am wrong, but you argue that Tabarsi simply believed that some parts of Quran are missing. Robson, Lahore 4 vols, Therefore if Allah does tanarsi preserve His message, He would be contradicting His own aim.


But Allah had already decreed from before that He would establish proof upon His creation, as Allah says: Retrieved from ” http: Ihfijaj in volume 10 of his book “adh-Dhariyah”, pageTahrani spoke about this answer of Noori. Husayn and the Muhammadi Trust, the work may never have been completed and published.

Secondly, no one has made any excuses for him. In making the selections ‘Allamah Tabataba’i utilized four works: Similarly the following verse: If the Quran is not protected, then it is not a hujja on mankind. The most famous and authoritative collections of Shi’ite hadith s are four works which, in terms of their importance for Shi’ism, correspond to the Six Correct Collections in Sunni Islam.

Twbarsi, some of those passages are taken out of context and when read in-line with the general chapter or discussion, one will not understand what you are claiming. There are definite disadvantages to this method, but the necessity for an accurate translation would seem to outweigh them all. Nothing more, nothing less. Look at what Imam Khomeini says about his works in his Anwar ul-Hidayah:. Perhaps one reason the Nahj albalaghah and the Yabarsi hadith literature in general have been neglected or simply branded as spurious is that their very existence flatly contradicts the commonly accepted idea of a simple bedouin faith with few philosophical or metaphysical overtones.