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I tried comparing Druze sect and people to Sikhs, considering both their role and origin in South Asia and Middle east, I explained this to my Palestinan friend but she did not understand what I meant exactly.
Assalamu Alaikom. One hadith I have heard goes like this: Shaykh Jalil al Fadl ibn Shadhan ibn Khalil narrarated from Muhammad ibn Abi Amierrda narrarated from Jamil ibn Durjan from Zaraarah ibn Aeyena, from Abu Abdallah (alaihe salam), who said: "And out of Yemen will come the Yamani, with bleached flags (white flags, البيض) on one day, one month, one year (meaning someday)." قال الشيخ الجليل الفاضل ابن شاذان بن الخليل (طيب الله مرقده): حدّثنا محمّد بن أبي عميررضي الله عنه قال: حدّثنا جميل بن دراج، قال: حدّثنا زرارة بن أعين، عن أبي عبد الله عليه السلام قال: قال: وخروج اليماني من اليمن مع الرايات البيض في يوم واحد، وفي شهر واحد، وسنة واحدة. The problem is, I know none of these narrarators! I searched up Shaykh Jalil al Fadl, and I got this: A to Z of the Druze Page 148 Shaykh Al Fadil (1597-1640): "... a Druze sage known for his ascetic lifesryle and spiritual leadership." (His real name was Muhammad Abu Hilal) So is this the narrator?
Salam, I would like to have a better understanding of my Shia brothers and sisters who follow other branches of Islam. I would like to learn about Zaydi, Ismaili, Druze, Alawi,Yarsan, and Bektashi, but I'm not looking for superficial stuff I could find online I would like in depth teachings that cover prayers (and prayer times), Philosophical trends, what is considered Halal and Haram, view of scripture, are books besides the Qur'an and Hadith used, how you perform salat, basically everything. both the esoteric and exoteric views of scripture, and your view on the Mahdi. If you are willing to teach me please let me know, I'll even take book and pdf recommendations and please be of the sect you are teaching because I don't want to get any bogus information. Thank you for your time
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