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  1. Ali bin Yaqteen: (The Companion of Imam Musa Al-kazim AS) Abu al-Hasan Ali ibn Yaqteen ibn Musa al-Baghdadi (742–798 AD/ /124-182 A.H) (ابوالحسن علی بن یقطین بن موسی البغدادی) · He was a close companion of Imam Musa al-Kadhim, a Shia narrator, and jurist,. · He was born in Kufa and lived in Baghdad. · He was a reliable minister of Abbasid Caliphate, however he kept his faith hidden and used his position in the government administration to support the Shia who were usually oppressed during the Abbasid reign. · He compiled 3 books. · His father, Yaqteen ibn Musa, was one of the supporters of Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq, he was placed under an arrest warrant by Marwan I. He was forced to escape and hide · Ali ibn Yaqteen’s mother took him and his brother, Ubayd, to Medina · Later on, he moved to Baghdad and started working as a spice seller. After the fall of the Umayyad Caliphate and emergence of Abbasid Caliphate, Ali ibn Yaqteen returned to Kufa and entered the Abbasid administration. · In the long run, he became a minister of Harun al-Rashid · Undoubtedly he was a Shia; but he hid his belief from Abbasid Caliphs all the time as his father did. He was a close student and companion to Musa al-Kadhim and acted as Musa al-Kadhim’s secret agent in the palace of Harun al-Rashid. Many Hadiths have been narrated from him in The Four Books According to some historical evidence that have been gave credence by Shia scholars, he entered the Abbasid government by the approval and guidance of Musa al-Kadhim in order to support the oppressed people and particularly assist the Shia In biographical evaluation sources, three books have been mentioned for him: Masa’il anhu al-Sadiq min al-Malahim (about the future events and occurrence) Al-Shakk bi hadratih-I (about a disputation between a doubting Thomas and Ja'far al-Sadiq) Masa’il ‘an Abi al-Hasan Musa ibn Ja’far (contains the hadiths that he had heard form Musa al-Kadhim or Imam’s answers to his questions In 798 Ali ibn Yaqteen died in Baghdad while Musa al-Kadhim was imprisoned by Harun al-Rashid https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ali_ibn_Yaqteen Isma‘il b. Musa has said: “I heard the righteous servant (Musa) say on al-Safa (Mountain): “My Lord, (O You Who are) in the Highest Place, forgive ‘Ali b. Yaqteen!” And Imam Musa has said: “ Of the happiness of ‘Ali b. Yaqteen is that I remembered him in the Standing-place (of ‘Arafa).” These examples indicate that Imam Musa harbored love and loyalty to ‘Ali b. Yaqteen. Without doubt the Imam was sincere to him, for he was a wonderful example of piety, righteousness, and ideals. http://www.aldhiaa.com/english/book/book/holy_prophet_and_ahlul_bayt_library/imam_al_kadhum/the_life_of_imam_musa_bin_jafar_al_kazim/037.html
  2. I read in a book somewhere that the Prophet said how he wishes to see his companions of the end times, those who accept his message and follow him and fight for him without even seeing the prophet. Can someone please post that hadith here, and if it is reliable or not. I really liked it. Also question: So it is really possible for us to attain the position of Sahaba now? what kind of a person do we have to be? Please don't bring Shia/Sunni debates over Sahabas and Munafiqs, I mean real Sahaba like Abo Zar, Salman Farsi. One day Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said to his companions: Would that I can see my brothers coming toward me to the pool and welcome them with bowls filled with sweet juices. Before entering the paradise, I wish I can offer them from my Pool of Kawsar. Upon these words, the companions said: O Messenger of God! Are we not your brothers? He replied: You are my companions. And my brothers are the believers who believe in me without seeing me. Surely, I ask of my Lord to illuminate my eyes with you and the believers who believe without seeing me. This is what I found, so can someone tell me more about this hadeeth please.
  3. Islamic Iran makes a movie about the great companion of the Prophet (s.a.a), Musab ibn Umair (r.a.) راه بهشت /Raah-e Behesht/ (The Path to Paradise) (2011)
  4. VERSE of Companion in Cave: If you do not aid the Prophet - Allah has already aided him when those who disbelieved had driven him out [of Makkah] as one of two, when they were in the cave and he said to his companion, "Do not grieve; indeed Allah is with us." And Allah sent down his tranquillity upon him and supported him with angels you did not see and made the word of those who disbelieved the lowest, while the word of Allah - that is the highest. And Allah is Exalted in Might and Wise. (9:40) Sura Tawba starts with the following verses: [This is a declaration of] disassociation, from Allah and His Messenger, to those with whom you had made a treaty among the polytheists. (9:1) So travel freely, [O disbelievers], throughout the land [during] four months but know that you cannot cause failure to Allah and that Allah will disgrace the disbelievers. (9:2) Also, Sura Tawba has one particular feature that the verse of Bismillah is even not recited before it. Why this verse of Companion of Cave has been placed under Sura Tawba?
  5. The muslims do not have a unique opinion towards all the companions of the Prophet (saw). The muslims divide the companions into three groups. First those who obeyed Allah (ÓÈÍÇäå æ ÊÚÇáì) and the Prophet. The second group of companions are those who are less faith in their actions however remained as muslims. And finally the last group of companions are those who became apostate after the death of Prophet (saw) such as the example of Aboo Bakar, Umar, Uthmaan, Aisha, Hafsah, Talha, Muawiyah and so on. The Nasbieees on the other hand claim all 114.000 or in some cases 124.000 companions of the Prophet (saw) are all guaranteed paradise. Despite the fact these very individuals carried out heinous crimes. This concept can not be proven neither from the Qur'aan or Hadeeth as we shall investigate in this article and future ones that they are many discrepancies with this ideology. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
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