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    • 10- Examples of frequent news from the point of view of Sunnis an example Wahabi viewpoint about denying Mutawatir Hadith  https://mahajjah.com/shia-beliefs-the-verse-of-wilayah/ Shia viewpoint about mutawatir  narration about  verse-of-wilayah  Chapter Three – Analysing the chains of narrations Ibn Katheer cited nine chains testifying that the verse 5:55 was revealed in the favour of Ali bin Abi Talib (عليه السلام) but specifically, he was able to find faults in three chains, and the cunning Ansar.org have quoted the very three chains along with the criticism of them from their Imam Ibn Katheer. But we would like to ask them, ‘what about the remainder six chains which were not targeted for criticism by Ibn Katheer? Why didn’t you mention those?’ http://www.shiapen.com/comprehensive/verse-wilayah/analysing-chains-narrations.html
    • The Verse of Wilayah (Shia Viewpoint) https://www.erfan.ir/english/82858.html Only Allah, His Messenger, and the believers who keep up prayer (Salat) and pay alms (Zakat) while they bow (Rokoo) during prayer, are your Wali (Master). (Quran, 5:55)     Wahabi viewpoint Wahabist accept Authencity of verse & narration about it but in losing battle they have tried to reduce strength & weakening  of it by calling narrators as liars & Matruk (isolated) because narrators have confirmed shia viepoint or try to say it could be said about any Muslim which Amir alMuminin Imam Ali (عليه السلام) is an ordinary person like wise another muslims. https://mahajjah.com/shia-beliefs-the-verse-of-wilayah/
    • Ibn Shahrashub Abū ʿAbd Allāh Muḥammad b. ʿAlī b. Shahrāshūb al-Sarawī al-Māzandarānī (Arabic: ابو عبدالله محمّد بن علي ابن شهراشوب السَرَوي المازندراني) (b. 488/1095 - d. 588/1192) known as Ibn Shahrāshūb (Arabic: إبن شهرآشوب) and nicknamed as "Rashid al-Din" and "'Izz al-Din" was among Shi'a scholars in jurisprudence and hadith living in 6th/12th century. He wrote many works such as al-Manaqib and Ma'alim al-'ulama'.   Works Mutashabih al-Qur'an wa mukhtalifuh Manaqib Al Abi Talib Ma'alim al-'ulama' Mathalib al-nawasib Ma'idat al-fa'ida Amthal fi l-amthal Al-Awsaf Al-Minhaj al-jadida Ansab Al Abi Talib Nukhab al-akhbar al-khasa'is al-fatimiyya Bayan al-tanzil Al-Mawalid Al-Mahzun al-maknun fi 'uyun al-Qur'an Al-Tara'if fi al-hudud wa al-haqa'iq Al-Hawi Al-Fusul fi l-nahw[10] Salah al-Din al-Safdi, a Sunni scholar, wrote, "Muhammad b. 'Ali b. Shahrashub …is one of the noble men of Shi'a. He memorized the Qur'an at the age of eight and reached the ultimate degree of knowledge in Usul. https://en.wikishia.net/view/Ibn_Shahrashub
    • 10- Examples of frequent news from the point of view of Sunnis The disagreement of Sunni scholars over the existence of consistent verbal news is greater than the disagreement among Shiite scholars, because it seems that the Sunnis have taken the path of extremism in this direction. To clarify this claim, we quote some of their statements: Ibn Salah, who denies consecutive verbal news, writes: "Someone who was asked to give an example for regular news was tired of finding it." "Although Ibn Salah believes that Mutawatir hadiths are rare, others believe that Mutawatir hadithss is plentiful and this view is acceptable to us[Sunni Scholars] , because great people such as Suyuti and Abi Abdullah Al-Katani have written books on Mutawatir hadiths news. Suyuti believes that Mutawatir news is scarce. he writes: "Among the correct and popular news is  the Mutawatir news  ... and it is few" 44. From what has passed, the e xtremes and excesses of Sunni scholars towards the realization of textual ( verbal) Mutawatir news became clear. Some experts have asked to combine these two theories (denial and affirmation). Among others, Dr. Atr writes: "Ibn Salah, who denies the existence of a Mutawatir hadith, means textual Mutawatir (verbal frequency), and Ibn Hajar, who claims its existence, means contextual (spiritual ) Mutawatir ." https://library.tebyan.net/fa/Viewer/Text/69100/9 https://fa.wikifeqh.ir/تواتر_حدیث_غدیر_(دیدگاه_اهل‌سنت)    
    • Surly nobody can't find this hadith in Shia Islam  From @guest50817 (unregistered)       A Shi'ite Encyclopedia (chapter 9) Seeing Allah Written by: Dr. Vahid J. Majd The Sunni View of Seeing Allah   Jarir bin 'Abdullah narrated: The Prophet said, "You will definitely see your Lord with your own eyes." Sahih Bukhari, v9, Hadith #530 Jarir bin 'Abdullah narrated: Allah's Apostle came out to us on the night of the full moon and said, "You will see your Lord on the Day of Resurrection as you see this (full moon) and you will have no difficulty in seeing Him." Sahih Bukhari, v9, Hadith #531 The Shia Position The Shia, on the other hand, believe that not only is Allah imperceptible by the eyes, but also that His Essence (Dhat) cannot be imagined, thought, or described. Any imagination or perception of the Essence of Allah is a creation of our mind, and the Creator is far removed from such a perception. Thus, we have no way to comprehend His Essence. https://www.shiavault.com/books/a-shi-ite-encyclopedia-chapter-9/chapters/5-seeing-allah/ https://www.al-islam.org/inquiries-about-shia-islam-sayyid-moustafa-al-qazwini/seeing-allah-ruyat-allah https://www.al-islam.org/shiite-encyclopedia/seeing-allah
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