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Seven pillars of Ismailism 2. Other Shia concepts of Aqidah. This view primarily contrasts with that of Sunni Islamwhose adherents believe that Muhammad did not appoint a successor and consider Abu Bakrwho they claim was appointed Caliph through a Shurai. Shia Islam is based on the Quran and the message of Muhammad attested in hadithand on hadith taught by their Imams.

TwelversIsmailis and Zaidiswith Twelver Shia being the largest and most influential group among Shia. The word Shia Arabic: The term for the first time was saddiq at the time of Muhammad. Nawbakhti states that the term Shia refers to a group of Muslims that at the time of Muhammad and after him regarded Ali as the Imam and Caliph. Shia scholars emphasize that the notion of authority is linked to the family of the prophets as the verses 3: And God is Hearing and Knowing.

Shia Muslims sayyis that just as a prophet is appointed by God alone, only God has the prerogative to appoint the successor to his prophet. They believe God chose Ali to be Muhammad’s successor, infallible, the first caliph khalifahhead of state of Islam. Ali was Muhammad’s first-cousin and closest living male relative as well as his son-in-law, having married Muhammad’s daughter Fatimah. Muhammad invited people to Islam in secret for three years before he started inviting them publicly.

In the fourth year of Islam, when Muhammad was commanded to invite his closer relatives to come to Islam [28] he gathered the Banu Hashim clan in a ceremony. At the banquet, he was about to invite them to Islam when Abu Lahab interrupted him, after which everyone left the banquet.

The Prophet ordered Ali to invite the 40 people again. The second time, Muhammad announced Islam to them and invited them to join. I offer thanks to God for His mercies. I praise God, and I seek His guidance. I believe in Him sariq I put my trust in Him.

I bear witness that there is no god except God; He has no partners; and I am His messenger. God has commanded me to invite you to His religion by saying: And warn thy nearest kinsfolk. I, therefore, warn you, and call upon you to testify that there is no god but God, and that I am His messenger. O ye sons of Abdul Muttalib, no one ever came to you before with anything better than what I have brought to you.

By accepting it, your welfare will be assured in this world and in the Hereafter. Who among you will support me in carrying out this momentous sayyyid Who will share the burden of this work with me? Who will respond to my call? Who will become my vicegerent, my deputy and my wazir? Ali was the only one to answer Muhammad’s call.

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Muhammad told him to sit down, saying, “Wait! Perhaps someone older than you might respond to my call. Once again, Ali was the only one to respond, and again, Muhammad told him to wait. Muhammad then asked the members of Banu Hashim a third time. Ali was still the only volunteer. This time, Ali’s offer was accepted by Muhammad. Muhammad “drew [Ali] close, pressed him to his heart, and said to the assembly: Listen to him and obey his commands. Let all sayid to his words, and obey him.

The event of Ghadir Khumm is an event that took place in March While returning from the Hajj pilgrimage, the Islamic prophet Muhammad gathered all the Muslims who were with him and gave a long sermon. This sermon included Muhammad’s declaration that “to whomsoever I am MawlaAli is also their Mawla. Shia Muslims believe this event to be the official appointment of Ali as Muhammad’s successor. Reflect on the Quran and comprehend its verses.


Look into its clear verses and sxdiq not follow its ambiguous islaj, for by God, none shall be able isllam explain to you its warnings and its mysteries, sayyud shall anyone clarify its interpretation, other oslam the one that I have grasped his hand, brought up beside myself, [and lifted his arm,] the one about whom I inform you that whomever I am his master Mawla [a]then Ali is his master Mawla ; and he is Ali Ibn Abi Talib, my brother, the executor of my will Wasiyyiwhose appointment as your guardian and leader has been sent down to me from God, the mighty and the majestic.

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After the conclusion of Muhammad’s sermon, the Muslims were commanded to pledge islaj allegiance to Ali. Umar was reportedly the first to give the sayydi of allegiance to Ali. Ali did not accept the caliphate of Abu Bakr and refused to pledge allegiance to him. This is indicated in islxm Sunni and Shia sahih and authentic Hadith. Ibn Qutaybaha 9th-century Sunni Islamic scholar narrates of Ali:. I am the servant of God and the brother of the Sayyiv of God. I am thus more worthy of this office than you.

You have seized this office from the Ansar using your tribal relationship to the Prophet as an argument against them. Would you then seize this office from us, the ahl al-bayt by force? Did you not claim before the Sayid that you were more worthy than they of the caliphate because Muhammad came from among you but Muhammad was never from AbuBakr family — and thus they gave you leadership and surrendered command? I now contend against you with the same argument…It is we who are more worthy of the Messenger of God, living or dead.

Give us our due iislam if you truly have faith in God, or else bear the charge of wilfully doing wrong Umar, I will sadqi yield to your commands: I shall not pledge loyalty to him. If you do not desire to give your bay’ah, I am not going to force you for the same. Ali ‘s wife, and daughter of MuhammadFatimahrefused to pledge allegiance to Abu Aqdiah and remained angry with him until she died due to the issues of Fadak and her inheritance from her father and the situation of Umar at Fatimah’s house.

Fatimah did not at all pledge allegiance or acknowledge or accept the caliphate of Abu Bakr. It was not until the murder of the third caliph, Uthmanin CE that the Muslims in Medina in desperation invited Ali to become the fourth caliph as the last source, [26] and he established his capital in Kufah in present-day Iraq. Ali’s rule over the early Muslim community was often contested, and wars were waged against him. As a result, he had to struggle to maintain his power against the groups who betrayed him after giving allegiance to his succession, or those who wished to take his position.

This dispute eventually led to the First Fitnawhich was the first major civil war within the Islamic Caliphate. The Fitna began as a series of revolts fought against Ali ssayyid Abi Talib, caused by the assassination of his political predecessor, Uthman ibn Affan. While the rebels who accused Uthman of prejudice [ clarification needed ] affirmed Ali’s khilafa caliph-hoodthey later turned against him and fought him.

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Ali’s main rival Muawiyah then claimed the caliphate. Upon the death of Ali, his elder son Hasan became leader of the Muslims of Kufa, and after a series of skirmishes between the Kufa Muslims and the army of Muawiyah, Hasan agreed to cede the caliphate to Muawiyah and maintain peace among Muslims upon certain conditions: Hasan then retired to Medina, where in CE he was poisoned by aqkdah wife Ja’da bint al-Ash’ath ibn Qays, after being secretly contacted by Muawiyah who wished to pass the caliphate to his own son Yazid and saw Hasan as an obstacle.

Husayn, Ali’s younger son saxiq brother to Hasan, initially resisted calls to lead the Muslims against Muawiyah and reclaim the caliphate.

Yazid asked Husayn to swear allegiance bay’ah to him. Ali’s faction, having expected the caliphate to return to Ali’s line islma Muawiyah’s death, saw this as a betrayal of the peace treaty and so Husayn rejected this request for allegiance.


There was a groundswell of support in Kufa for Aqidzh to return there and take his position as caliph and imam, so Husayn collected his family and followers in Medina and set off for Kufa. En route to Kufa, he was blocked by an army of Yazid’s men which included people from Kufa near Karbala modern Iraqand Husayn and approximately 72 of his family and followers were killed in the Battle of Karbala.

They view Husayn as the defender of Islam from annihilation at the hands of Yazid I. Husayn is the last imam following Ali whom all Shiah sub-branches mutually recognize. Most of the early Shia differed only marginally from mainstream Sunnis in their views on political leadership, but it is possible in this sect to see a refinement of Shia doctrine.

Early Sunnis traditionally held that the political leader must come from the tribe of Muhammad—namely, the Ssadiq tribe. The Zaydis narrowed the political claims of Ali’s supporters, claiming that not just any descendant of Ali would be eligible to lead the Muslim community ummah but only those males directly descended from Muhammad through the aqidan of Ali and Fatimah. But during the Abbasid revolts, other Shia, who came to be known as Imamiyyah followers of the Imamsfollowed the theological school of Imam Ja’far al-Sadiqhimself the great great grandson of Muhammad’s son-in-law Imam Ali.

They asserted a more exalted religious role for Imams and insisted that, at any given time, whether in power or not, a single male descendant of Ali and Fatimah was the divinely appointed Imam and the sole authority, in his time, on all matters of faith and law.

To those Shia, love of the Imams and of their persecuted cause became as important as belief in God’s oneness and the mission of Muhammad. Later most of the Shia, including Twelver and Ismailibecame Imamis. Imami Shia believe that Imams are the spiritual and political successors to Muhammad. The words and deeds of Muhammad and the imams are a guide and model for the community to follow; as a result, they must be free from error and sin, and must be chosen by divine decree, or nassthrough Muhammad.

According to this view, there is always an Imam of the Age, who is the divinely appointed authority on all matters of faith and law in the Aqidau community. Ali was the first imam of this line, the rightful successor to Muhammad, followed by male descendants of Muhammad through his daughter Fatimah. This difference between following either the Ahl al-Bayt Muhammad’s family and descendants or Caliph Abu Bakr has shaped Shia and non-Shia views on some of the Quranic verses, the hadith narrations from Muhammad and other areas of Islam.

For instance, the collection of sayyix venerated by Shia Muslims is centered on narrations by members of the Ahl al-Bayt and their supporters, while some hadith by narrators not belonging to or supporting the Ahl al-Bayt are not included.

That is, one expects a wicked man like you to utter only lies about the Holy Prophet. So you must stop narrating hadith from the Prophet; otherwise, I will send you to the land of Dus.

According to Sunnis, Ali was the fourth successor kslam Abu Bakr, while the Shia maintain that Ali was the first divinely sanctioned “Imam”, or successor of Muhammad.

The seminal event in Shia history is the martyrdom in CE at the Battle of Karbala of Ali’s son Hussein ibn Aliwho led a non-allegiance movement against the defiant caliph 71 of Hussein’s followers were killed as well. Hussein came to symbolize resistance to tyranny. Imamateor belief in the divine guide, is a fundamental belief in the Twelver and Ismaili Shia branches and is based on the concept that God would not leave humanity without access to divine guidance.