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Assalamu Alaykum brothers and Sisters These are number of Imam Mahdi singed letters that he sent to his ambassadors. Brother Qa'im translated them and allowed me to post them here, may Allah reward him greatly. ـ حدثنا المظفر بن جعفر بن المظفر العلوي رضي الله عنه قال : حدثني جعفر ابن محمد بن مسعود وحيدر بن محمد بن السمرقندي قالا : حدثنا أبو النضر محمد بن مسعود قال : حدثا آدم بن محمد البلخي قال : حدثنا علي بن الحسن الدقاق ، وإبراهيم ابن محمد قالا : سمعنا علي بن عاصم الكوفي يقول : خرج في توقيعات صاحب الزمان : « ملعون ملعون من سماني في محفل من الناس » ( 4 ) . 1 – al Muzhaffar b. Ja`far b. al Muzh
"The Imam (a.s.) said, "Mushaf of Fatima is three times bigger than your Quran. There is not even a single letter therein from your Quran." I have gone through Internet but could not get details so anyone here could guide what those letters are? If the Mushaf which according to Usool e Kafi was brought by Jibril (as) to Bibi Fatimah (as) was in Arabic than what letters are missing in our Quran? Even we take Persian or Urdu letters then we are left with پ, ٹ, چ, ڑ, ژ, ڈ!
(bismillah) All praise is due to Allah (SWT), Lord of the Worlds and master of creation, Thee alone do we worship and thine aid we seek. Allah is the one and only true deity, neither begets (through desire), nor is begotten (through need). Blessings be on his choicest servant Muhammad (pbuh), His prophet, a mercy unto the worlds and his blessed and pure itrat'AhlulBayt (as). Blessings be upon all His prophets (as), servants, believers, muslims, and his angels (as) whom tirelessly serve Him. Amma ba'ad, (salam) Dear Brothers & Sisters, Muharram is here and perhaps we can do
(bismillah) (salam) InshAllah everyone's fasts are progressing well. I have been struggling with certain letters and was hoping that you good people on ShiaChat could provide a helping hand. ha ح A sound not found in English, but like the Hebrew ח as in חלב, vaguely like h as in have ha هـ /ه h as in havedhal ذ th as in this dha ظ A sound not found in English. Pronounced like th as in this but with phonological quality similar to ص za ز z as in zebra Most of my confusion is between ذ and ظ. ح and هـ :wacko: Thanks for your
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