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Critical Family of the Prophet. Prophet. Fatema.
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Shiite Islam – The Partisans of the Ahl al-Bayt

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Important Family of the Prophet Hanafi lady \'Ali Fatema Muhammad b. al-Hanafiyya Hasan (2) Husayn (3) \'Ali Zayn al-\'Abidin (4) Zayd b. \'Ali Muhammad al-Baqir (5) Ja\'far al-Sadiq (6) Musa al-Kazim (7) \'Ali al-Rida (8) Muhammad al-Taqi (9) \'Ali al-Naqi (10) Hasan \'Askari (11) Muhammad al-Mahdi (12) Zaydi/Fivers Isma\'il ? back Isma\'ili/Sevener Shiites

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Early "Shiism" – Moderates versus Radicals Moderates… From 632 – around 765 "Shiite" implies… Belief that \'Ali was the best and most educated of the Companions Or… that he have been the main caliph (however not as a matter of course that the initial three were ill-conceived). That by and large the group of the Prophet had an unmistakable part in initiative of the umma  revolt! Political Conscience: Kerbela Passion in 680

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Early Extremists Mukhtar b. Abi \'Ubayd and the Kaysaniyya During the second respectful war Mukhtar leads of gathering of Kufans, generally non-Arab mawali, to bolster Muhammad b. al-Hanafiyya (\'Ali\'s child by a second spouse, not Fatema), whom they accepted was the mahdi (messianic figure) Rebellion begins in 685 CE, and it is pounded (and Mukhtar killed) in 687 by Ibn al-Zubayr When Muhammad b. al-Hanafiyya kicked the bucket in 701, the rest of the Kaysaniyya trusted that he had just gone into occultation and would return as the Mahdi

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Legacy of the Extremists Notion of living figure from the group of the Prophet as Mahdi Notion that an imam vanishes, not dead but rather additionally not with us completely in this world, to return at some undetermined time as the Mahdi  Reoccurring topics in Shiite and even Sunni Islam

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Political Failure – Doctrinal Formation Rebellion of Zayd b. \'Ali 740 CE versus Umayyads… falls flat (\'ata\' and battles) Shiite Hopes for the \'Abbasid Revolution 750 CE … pounded. Muhammad the Pure Soul rebels in 762 Fakhkh Massacre in 786  Most of the Kaysaniyya and Rebellious Alids join as devotees of the 6 th Imam Ja\'far al-Sadiq (d. 765) in Medina

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The Formation of Doctrinal Twelver or Imami Shiism 874 or 878, 11 th Imam kicks the bucket with no known beneficiary… practically… Prominent Shiites near the family say he had a child who was concealed away by the \'Abbasids in Samarra… But, tired of the world, he went into a hole and vanished, to return as the Mahdi and fill the world with equity as it was loaded with foul play Until 941, a progression of 4 "Diplomats" speak with the 12 th imam.

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Twelver/Imami Shiism By 950 CE Imami Shiite principle had framed: Pending the imam \'s give back, the Shiite ulama are in charge of managing the religious existences of his adherents: gather tithes and so on. The hotspots for law and precept are: The Quran: as translated by the imams The Sunna of the Prophet (as comprehended by Shiites The Sunna of the Imams = dependable without confirmation from these sources, ulama can utilize analogical thinking

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Usuli versus Akhbari Schools of 12er Shiism Interpretation Sunna of Prophet and Imams Principles connected in thinking Texts to be taken after truly Quran Usuli School: Quran Well-Established Sunna (Prophet and imams) Analogical Reasoning Akhbari School: Quran Sunna (of Prophet and imams) – all out dependence on the Shiite hadith accumulations

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Attitude towards Sunnis A range… as a rule: Sunnis are \'Muslims (the individuals who submit to God)\' yet not \'Mu\'mins (genuine devotees)\' except for the Partisans of Ali, Companions of the Prophet all either forcefully restricted to reality and Ali\'s case or complicit with treachery (versus Sunnis who see every one of the Companions of the Prophet as \'upright\')

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Shiite Rituals Ashura : tenth day (initial ten days) of Muharram … the time of the slaughter at Karbala Taziya : majlis , flogging, enthusiasm plays (begin in 1700\'s in Iran ) Husayn\'s gathering (The Pious Ones, Awliya \'): generally held to be 72 supporters, men and ladies: The Umayyad Enemy sent by the caliph Yazid, drove by Shimr and Ibn Sa\'d

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Ismaili/Sevener Shiism Originally the individuals who trusted that the 6 th imam\'s child, Ismail , his picked successor who passed on before his dad, was in occultation and would return as the Mahdi. They set up outfitted camps for their supporters in Syria, Southern Iraq and Algeria. All swore loyalty to the anticipated imam. Prophets just gave the outer part of the religion - every one had an "Inheritor" who told the inward significance of the confidence (Jesus\' was Peter). At that point each was trailed by 7 imams. Ismail went into occultation and will come back to evacuate the Shariah with the goal that humankind can take after the first religion of Adam: unadulterated love of the Creator.

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Zaydi Shiism Basically Pro-Alid, politically dynamic Sunnism Originally created in Southern Iraq, Daylam (south shore of the Caspian ocean) and after that the mountains of Yemen Any individual from the group of the Prophet who has academic ability and resists treachery can be the imam. Ali ought to have been first caliph, yet Prophet\'s orders uncertain  just the most exceedingly bad Companions are wicked Difference from Sunnism: Alid center, Mutazilite religious philosophy (realism) Differences from Imami Shiism: no delegated & selective line of imams, no attention on mahdi

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Major Development – Rise of the Fatimids In 899 CE the leader of the development in Syria announced he was the Mahdi… he was just acknowledged by the Algerian Ismailis  he escapes there and in 909 they proclaim a caliphal/mahdi state. In 969 they take Egypt and found the city of Cairo. Be that as it may, the prophetically calamitous endtime state (with no Shariah!) is "put off uncertainly" His family controls Egypt, Syria the Hejaz until 1171 as the Fatimid Caliphate… "The State of Truth ( Dawlat al-Haqq )"

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The Nizarli Ismaili "Professional killers" In 1094 there is disagreement about who ought to be the following imam/caliph… The Fatimids pick one, yet the Ismailis in Syria and Iran trust another ought to run the show. These Ismailis take control of mountain palaces in Syria and Iran and fight their Sunni foes by killing rulers (furthermore Crusaders!)

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Modern Ismailis Dawud Bhoras: by and large Indian, adherents of Fatimid imams who moved to Yemen, rehearse near 12er Shiism Agha Khanid/Khojas: Persian Shah perceives an imam from the city of Kirman, he escapes to Bombay in 1845 after an endeavored disobedience. The Indian Khojas were shaped when the Hindu merchant position of Lohanas changed over as once huge mob to Ismailism. No connection to the medieval convention and principle of Ismailism. They depend on Indian legends, Tantric thoughts, for example, the possibility that the imam is the rebirth of Vishnu. Petitions have little association with "Muslim" supplication. The High Court of Bombay\'s British judge perceived the Agha Khan\'s case to discard his group\'s benefits in 1866. There are around 20 million Khojas.

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