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Title: The Shi'a Are Anthropomorphists!
Post by: Abu Jasim Al-Salafi on July 31, 2016, 03:29:48 AM
The Shi'a claim that Ahlus-Sunnah are Mujassima (anthropomorphists), let's see what the Shi'a think of this narration in the most authentic book of the Shi'i sect Al-Kafi:

H 21, Ch. 1, h 21
Al-Husayn ibn Muhammad has narrated from Mu‘alla ibn Muhammad from al-Washsha’ from alMuthanna
al-Hannat from al-Qutayba al-A 'sha’ from ibn abu Ya‘fur from a slave of clan of Shayban
from abu Ja‘far (a.s) who has said the following.
"When al-Qa’im, (the one who will rise with Divine Authority) the guardian, of our family will appear
from occultation, Allah will place His hand over the heads of His servants and, thus, He place their
intelligence together and complete their understanding."


What are your opinions fellow Shi'a?
Title: Re: The Shi'a Are Anthropomorphists!
Post by: scusemyenglish on July 31, 2016, 01:30:20 PM
Very good.

One day on fadak tv I have seen man saying with very serious tone of voice :

"There is lot of similarities between Jews and Bakri

They say Allah has Hands "
Title: Re: The Shi'a Are Anthropomorphists!
Post by: Noor-us-Sunnah on July 31, 2016, 06:48:41 PM
I think the narration is weak, due to majhool narrator.
Title: Re: The Shi'a Are Anthropomorphists!
Post by: ShiaMan on August 01, 2016, 10:15:42 PM
The Shi'a claim that Ahlus-Sunnah are Mujassima (anthropomorphists), let's see what the Shi'a think of this narration in the most authentic book of the Shi'i sect Al-Kafi:

H 21, Ch. 1, h 21
Al-Husayn ibn Muhammad has narrated from Mu‘alla ibn Muhammad from al-Washsha’ from alMuthanna
al-Hannat from al-Qutayba al-A 'sha’ from ibn abu Ya‘fur from a slave of clan of Shayban
from abu Ja‘far (a.s) who has said the following.
"When al-Qa’im, (the one who will rise with Divine Authority) the guardian, of our family will appear
from occultation, Allah will place His hand over the heads of His servants and, thus, He place their
intelligence together and complete their understanding."


What are your opinions fellow Shi'a?

When you say "his hands" and "his servants" - do you mean Allah's hands or the Mahdi's hands?

PS. I have not seen narration this before.