|📘 Book Title||The Mirage In Iran|
|👤 Book Author||Bilal Philips|
|🖨️ Total Pages||45|
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The Mirage in Iran
THE MIRAGE IN IRAN
The need for material which critically analyzes Shi‘ite! doctrines continues to be felt by English-speaking Muslims inspite of recent efforts to fill the void’.
Pro- Shee‘ah books, magazines, newspapers and pamphlets in which the noble companions of the Prophet are slandered, ‘Alee and some of his descendents deified and Islaam distorted, continue to flood Muslim communities throughout the West with little or no written response from Muslim scholars.
Consequently, the wave of conversion of Muslims to Shi‘ite thought is steadily increasing to such a degree that Shi‘ite Masjids and centers are actually being founded or built by Shi‘ite converts from mainstream Islaam.
The Arabic noun “Shee‘ah” (pl. Shiya‘) and its relational adjective Shee‘ee (anglicized Shi‘ism and Shi’ite) comes from the verb “Shaa‘a” which means to spread.
Hence, Shee‘ah means a faction or sect and is used with that meaning in the Quraan in both singular and plural forms a number of times.
“As for those who divide their religion and break up into sects (Shiya‘), you have no part in them in the least. Their affair is with Allaah: He will in the end tell them the truth of what they did.” (Soorah al-An‘aam 6:159).
The term was used at first to describe both ‘Alee’s followers (Shee‘ah ‘Alee) as well as those of Mu‘aawiyah (Shee’ah Mu‘aawiyah).
However, after ‘Alee‘s death and Mu‘aawiyah’s nomination, ‘Alee’s follo- wers retained the name exclusively and Mu‘aawiyah, his descen- dants and followers were known as the Umayyah clan.-Ed.
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