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12 Imams After Mahdi

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(bismillah)

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There seems to be a movement going on provoking that Imam Mahdi will have 12 successors and the 12th one is living at the moment.

I would like to draw your attention to this hadith.

Shaikh Saduq in «Kamaluddin» has imputably narrated from Sadir Sairafi as such:

'I along with Mufazzal-ibn-Omar, Abu Basir and Abaan-ibn-Tughlab got the honour of meeting Imam Jafar Sadeq (a.s.). We saw hazrat, sitting on the ground having put on a collarless cloak which had two short sleeves. He was weeping like a woman weeping over her lost dear one. The signs of grief and sorrow were visible on his blessed face and tears were flowing from his eyes. He was moaning and saying: 'my master, your occultation has snatched away the sleep from my eyes. It has taken away my comfort and has deprived tranquility from my heart. My master, your occultation has fastened my grief and sorrow forever. Due to loss of friends one after the other, our gathering has been broken. I do not feel the tears of my eyes and the yelling and crying of my heart which result from the past calamities and hardships but that I see the same in my imagination which is greater, more sorrowful, severe and unknown than all other difficulties.

Sadir says: our mind became perplexed (by witnessing imam's condition) and our hearts became upset as a result of imam's terrifying words about the destructible events. We thought that the calamities and misfortunes of the day which had befallen on imam had brought him to this state of grief and sorrow.

So we said: 'o son of the best mankind. May Allah not cause you to cry. For what reason are you weeping and what has made you to moan to such earnest?

Narrator says: Hazrat Sadeq (a.s.) heaved a sad sigh which caused pain to his heart and then said: 'this morning when I was looking at the book of «jafr» (the book which contains knowledge on deaths, calamities, misfortunes and knowledge about the past and future and which was exclusively given to Muhammad and his progeny by the exalted god) I came across such matters like the Qaem's birth, occultation, delay in reappearance, his long-life, the sufferings of the believers at that time, the appearance of doubt and uncertainty in their hearts because of hazrat's prolonged occultation, the deviations that will occur for majority of them and shirking of the Islamic obligations on their part whereas Allah says:---

«And we have made every man's actions to cling to his neck».

(«--» Here refers to the 'wilayat of the holy prophet's progeny).'

These events have overpowered me with grief and sorrow.

We said: 'o son of the messenger of Allah, we will be honoured if familiarized us with some of those things over which you have knowledge.

Imam Sadeq (a.s.) said: the three characteristic which Allah has assigned for three of his prophets has been assigned for our 'qaem' too.

First of all, the qaem's birth is the same as was the birth of Musa. Secondly, his occultation is the same as was the occultation of Isa and thirdly his delay is the same as was the delay in the coming of Hazrat Nuh (noah).

I n addition Allah has set the long-life of Hazrat Khizr as a proof for the qaem's long-life.

Narrator says: i said: 'o son of messenger of Allah, explain these affairs so that they become clear for us. He replied: with regards to Musa's birth, it should be said that when Firaun (pharaoh) realized and feared that his kingdom would fall by Musa's hand, he summoned the wizards. the wizards guided Firaun in the genealogy of Musa and said: Musa shall come from Bani-Israel'.

As a result, Firaun always ordered his men to slit the bellies of the pregnant women belonging to the tribe of Bani-Israel. For this purpose, (i.e. for killing Hazrat Musa) they murdered more than twenty thousand new-born babies. However they failed to kill Hazrat Musa as all-mighty Allah protected him.

Similarly, when Umayyads and Abbasids realized that the downfall of their cruel kingdom and empire would take place by Mahdi's hand, they set up enmity with us and engaged in killing and exterminating the descendants of the holy prophet (s.a.w.) with this idea that amongst them, they would be killing the 'qaem' too. However Allah does not let anyone from the oppressors to know his task save he shall complete and perfect his light even though the polytheists may dislike it.

With regards to Isa's (Jesus') occultation, the Jews and Christians arrived at a mutual agreement that Hazrat Isa had been killed. However Allah, the glorified refuted their view as per these divine words:---

(And they did not kill him nor did they crucify him, but it appeared to them so)

Similarly, during the occultation of our 'qaem', the Islamic 'ummah' (nation) will at any time deny him due to the length of his occultation. Then, some of the deviated amongst them shall say: the 'qaem' is not yet born. Some others will say the 'qaem' not only is born but also dead. Others who shall say that the eleventh imam was barren will become apostates. Still others who would say that imams are more than thirteen will deviate from the true religion. Yet others will disobey Allah because of their saying that the qaem's soul has become manifest in the body of another one.

The incident of Hazrat's Nuh delay is that since he asked Allah for his nation's punishment, Allah sent Gibra'eel (Gabriel) with seven date-seeds.

Gibra'eel said: 'O Nuh! Allah, the exalted says: "these people are my slaves and my created ones. i do not wish to destroy my slaves in a lightening but after underlining invitation and completion of argumentation. So continue inviting your nation until I bestow my rewards upon you. Plant these seeds because you will attain salvation and deliverance after they become trees and bear their fruits. Give glad-tidings about this matter to your believing followers".

When a long time passed and those seeds turned into strong trees possessing leaves, branches and stalks and the trees began to bear dates, Hazrat Nuh (a.s.) asked Allah to fulfill his promise.

For the second time, Allah ordered Nuh to sow fresh, date-seeds yet again. He ordered him to strive and adopt patience in this regard and to inform this matter to his believing followers. When Hazrat Nuh followed these instructions, three hundred of his men turned apostates and they said: 'if what Nuh claims happens to be the truth his lord would not have broken his promise'.

Each time a group turned apostates, Allah commanded Hazrat Nuh to sow seeds from the dates of the previous trees. This continued until the number of true believers remained only seventy or above.(100)

Allah revealed to Hazrat Nuh (a.s.) as such: now, the brightness of dawn has obviated the darkness of night since the truth has been established and faith has been purified except those whose nature are malicious and gloomy. If I had destroyed the un-believers and spared this group who had brought faith in you and then turned apostates, I would not have been true to my previous promise made to your true believers - those whose monotheistic belief was based on sincerity and who had cling to the rope of your prophethood. My promise is to make them vicegerents over the earth, give strength to their religion and turn their fear and anxiety into tranquility so that doubt and uncertainty is obviated from their hearts and they become sincere in their worship for me.

How could it be for me to make them successors, give them strength and turn their fear into security while being aware of the shaky faith and evil nature of those who had turned apostates. If at the time of giving succession to the disbelievers I had given the kingdom to the believers, pride and discord would have overtaken them. A series of afflictions would have become strong in their hearts and they would have created enmity with their brothers and battled with them for gaining power.

If seditions had arisen and battles had taken place how was it possible for the believers to issue commands and how was it feasible to follow the religion? Such was not possible.

Now, by our commands you may start building a ship.

Imam Sadeq (a.s.) said: the same condition shall prevail for our 'qaem'. the period of his occultation will be a long one until absolute truth appears and faith gets clearly distinguished from the evils of discord so that any of the Shias who are evil in nature and have feelings of discord will exit from the religion at the time when caliphate and the affair is divulged and comes into view.

Mufazzal says: I said: 'O son of messenger of Allah, the navasebs (a group belonging to Sunni sect) reckon that this verse (*) has been revealed in honour of Abu bakr, Omar, Osman and Ali.

(*) Ayat 55, Sura Nur.

He replied: 'no. may Allah not guide the navasebs. During whose period was it that the religion of Allah had been established and had become the object of satisfaction of the holy prophet? In which period was it that the divine command had been divulged amongst the people with no fear in hearts and no doubt in minds? During which era of theirs time it was as such notwithstanding the fact that the Muslims returned back from the religion and seditions occurred during their time and battles took place between them and the disbelievers!?

Then Imam (a.s.) recited this verse:---

(Until the time when the apostles despaired and the people became sure that they were indeed told a lie, that our help came to them)

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Thank you for posting this! It is much needed now that some very false beliefs are being advocated... (I.e. "Ahmad Al Hassan" followers etc.) I just hope it doesn't go viral, but most of us followers of ahlulbayt are smarter than those who believe that there is a mahdi before Imam Hujja a.s. or after for that matter.

I heard that Sayed sistani has a fatwa against" Ahmad al hassan," if there is one, would someone please post it so it can be public? This way people will not be so gullible to follow such things

Allah bless~

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Thank you for posting this! It is much needed now that some very false beliefs are being advocated... (I.e. "Ahmad Al Hassan" followers etc.) I just hope it doesn't go viral, but most of us followers of ahlulbayt are smarter than those who believe that there is a mahdi before Imam Hujja a.s. or after for that matter.

I heard that Sayed sistani has a fatwa against" Ahmad al hassan," if there is one, would someone please post it so it can be public? This way people will not be so gullible to follow such things

Allah bless~

I dont know about the fatwa...

but i do know some followers of ahlulbayt who have deviated..and now follows ahmad al hassan :(

and i wouldnt be surprised if it does but remember we were warned about a dajjal from basra.. and ahmad ismail (ahmad al hassan) is that man..

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(bismillah)

(salam)

There seems to be a movement going on provoking that Imam Mahdi will have 12 successors and the 12th one is living at the moment.

I would like to draw your attention to this hadith.

you mean they claim the 1st is around?1st or 12th????

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Narrates from Ibn Muhammad Al-Samri from Imam Al-Mahdi a.s:"So I then said O Master we have narrated from our scholars that it was narrated from the rightful owner peace be upon him that when he ordered us for the Gaiba Al-Kubra whoever saw me after my long occultation is a liar so how can it be to those who see him. Imam Mahdi a.s replied:"He said(Imam Hassan a.s) this during his time from how much enemies he used to have from his family and the rest of them that he had from the Pharoahs of Banu Abbas even his Shias were restricted from speaking."

Bihar Al-Anwar v.52 p.172

Al-Najm Al-Thaaqeb v.2 p.172

AlSayed Noor Allah AlTustari Majales Al-Mumineen v.1 p.78

Sheikh Ali-Al Ha'eri Ilzaam Al-Naaseb v.2 p.85

Al-Muqdis Al-Ardeeli Hadeeqat Al-Shia p.729

AlFaith Al-Kash'aani Nawaader Al-Akhbaar p.300

Hur Al-Aameli Ithbaat Al-Hudat v.7 p.371

Usoolya Al-Waheed Al-Bahbahaani Bahth Salat Al-Juma'a p.221

Sayed Mahdi Baher A-Uloom Al-Karamat Wal Maqamaat AlFawa'ed Al-Rijalya v.3 p.136

Question was asked:

Where is the Sufyani and Khurasani because reports have said that the emergence of three of them is in one hour?

Firstly we have to understand what an emergence because an appearance is different than the emergence or to reveal the dawa'.What is known from Ahlubayt about the emergence"Khurooj"is when they begin their war or fight.And it must make sense to us that the emergence must be after the appearance of the Yamani and after him appearing he must have with him an army!Imam Muhammad Baqer a.s says about the Yamani:"Because he calls forth to your possessor(12th Imam)" and also "Because he calls for truth and a straight path" p.264 Gaiba Al-Numani

This is the will that was written by Imam Ali a.s during the night before the Prophets' death and it was revealed by the rightful owner:

Abi Abdullah(Imam Jaafer) a.s said:The companion of the order will be known for three qualities

it will not be given to anyone except himself. He is the first before anybody(with these qualities), he is his successor and he has the weapon of the Holy Prophet pbuhap,and his will and that is something that I do not seperate myself from. Basa'er Al-Darajat Muhammad ibn Al-Hassan Al-Safaar p.202

By Al-Harth ibn Al-Mugheera Al-Nasri he said to Abi Abdullah(Imam Jaafer)a.s:"On what thing do we know the Qa'em(The Mahdi)a.s he said:"Peacefulness and dignity" and so I said:"On what things also?" He said:You will know him with Halal and Haram, and how the people will need him, and he doesn't need help from anybody. And with him will be the weapon of the Prophet of Allah pbuh. And so I said:"Will he be a successor or son of successor?"He said:"He shall be a successor son of successor." Al-Gaiba Al-Numani p.250

AlHarth ibn Al-Mugheera he said to Abi Abdulla(Imam Jaafer)a.s:"How do we know about Saaheb Al-Amr(companion of the order)?he said:"peacefulness,dignity,knowledge, and the will."

Basa'er Al-Darajat Muhammad ibn Al-Hassan Al-Safar p.509

And the will is:::

“O Father of Al Hassan, bring me a leaf and a paper”, and he dictated his will until he came to a position where he said "O Ali, there will be twelve Imams and after them there will be twelve Mahdi’s. You, O Ali, are the first of the twelve Imams, God has named you in his heavens Ali Al Mortada,The Prince of the believers, Grand truthful, the bright Farouq (Judge and differentiating between true and false), the trusted, and the Mahdi (rightly guided). These names may not be truly attributed to other than you. O Ali, you are my guardian on my own family, their living and their dead. My women, whom you maintain shall find me tomorrow, and whom you reject I am acquitted of her. I will not see her and she will not see me on the day of resurrection, and you are the successor (Khalifa) on my nation after me. If the day of death comes to you, hand it over to my son Hassan the very beneficial. Then if the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to my son Al Hussein, the Martyr, the Pure and the Assassinated. If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, the master of the servants and worshipers Ali.If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Mohamed Al Baqir.If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Jaâfar Al Sadiq (the honest).If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Moussa Al Kadhim (The Patient).If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Ali Al Reda.If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Mohamed Al Thiqa (The Trustworthy).If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Ali Al Nasih (The Advisor). If the day death of comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Al Hassan Al Fadil. If the day of death comes to him, let him hand it over to his son, Mohammed the Mandate of the Holy Family of Mohamad Peace be upon them all. These are the twelve Imams. Then there will be twelve Mahdi’s after them. then when Allah receiveth him, let him hand it over to his son, the first of the close ones, he has three names, one like mine and my Father’s: Abdollah (Servant of God), Ahmad and the third name is The Mahdi (the guided) and he is the first Believer”

THE FIRST BELIEVER OF THE 313 HAS APPEARED AND HE IS THE YAMANI, YOU ARE OBLIGATED TO FOLLOW HIM!

In Gaiba Al-Numani

http://www.yasoob.com/books/htm1/m013/11/no1187.html

Chaykh Tawssi, Ghayba li Tawssi p.150

· Chaykh Hor L’Amili, Itbat Lhodat vol.1 p.549

· Chaykh Hor L’Amili, Al’Iqad Min Alhajaa p.393-3

· Chaykh Hassan Ben Soulayman Al Hiliy, Mokhtassar Al Bassa’ir p.159-4

· Al Allama Lmajlissi, Bihar Al Anwar vol.53 p.147

· Al Allama Lmajlissi, Bihar Al Anwar vol.36 p.260

· Chaykh Abdo Allah Albahrani, Al’awalim vol.3 p.236

· Assayid Hachim Albahrani, Ghayat almoram vol.1 p.370

· Assayid Hachim Albahrani, Al Insaf p.222

· Al Fayd Al Kachani, Nawadir Al Akhbar p.294-9

· Chaykh Al Mirza Annouri, Annajm Attaqib vol.2 p.71

· Assayid Mohammad Mohammad Sadiq Assadr , Tarikh Ma Baad Addohour p.641-11

· Achaykh Al Mayanji, Makatib Arrassoul vol.2 p.96

· Chaykh Kourani, Mokhtassar Mo’jam Ahadith Al Imam Al Mahdi p.301-13

First, it is necessary to know that Mecca is from Touhama, and that Touhama is from Yemen. Thus Mohammad (pbuh) and (the Holy Family of the Prophet (as)) are all “Yamanis” (they are from Yemen); Mohammad (pbuh) is “Yamani”, Ali (as) is “Yamani”, Imam Al Mahdi (as) is “Yamani”, the twelve Mahdies are “Yamanis”, and First Mahdi is also “Yamani”.

And that was what the first working jurists knew (May God’s mercy be upon them) “Now there hath succeeded them a later generation whom have ruined worship and have followed lusts. But they will meet deception.” Maryam (59).Also Al-Majlissi (may God’s mercy be upon him) in the book of Bihar Al-Anwar, named the speech of the progeny of Mohammed (pbuh) as the “Yamani wisdom” (Bihar Al-Anwar volume 1 p. 1). That was also reported by the messenger of Allah (pbuh), as he named Abd Al-Mutalib (as) the sacred house the Yamani Ka’aba. Bihar Al-Anwar. Volumes. 22,51,75.

Concerning the Features defining Al Yamani`s personality, it was narrated by Al-Imam Al-Baqir (as) “There is no banner better than that of the banner of Yamani, it is the banner of faith and dedication, because he calls to your possessor, so if the Yamani comes out, selling weapons to people or any Muslim becomes prohibited, and if the Yamani appears, stand up to him, because he’s banner is the banner of faith, and its prohibited for any Muslim to turn away from him, and who ever turns away from him, then he’s from the people of hell, because he calls to the truth and to the right path). Al-Ghaybah - Mohammad Ibn Ibrahim A' Noâmani p. 264.

Prophet Muhammad pbuh said:"The best ones are from the people of Yemen, Yaman is from Imaan(faith)and I am Yamani"

v.57 p.232 Bihar Al-Anwar

Do not turn away from the messenger of the Imam!

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Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Khaleel:

Sheikh Al-Namazi Al-Shahroodi in his book(Mustadrakat Ilm

Rijal Al-Hadeeth)1532 saying:Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn AlKhaleel Abu Abdulla:"he was placed on the narration of Sheikh by Ali ibn Al-Musali by Ali ibn Hussein by

Jaffer ibn Muhammad Al-Masri by his uncle AlHussein ibn Ali by his father AlSadeq a.s.Also in v.13 p.237,v.9 p.135,v.53 p.147,v.36 p.260.But there is for Jaafer ibn Ahmad Al-Masri,as

for the source in Gaiba Al-Sheikh(Al-Toosi)p.104 same as for Jaafer ibn Ahmad Al-Masri by his uncle Al-Hassan ibn Ali and in this narration of the 12 Imams a.s and their names and their merits, so they(narrations) (((((((((((((((((are fine, helpful, and complete.)))))))))))))))))))

-The narrator is merited, with detailed explanation, what is your detailed explanation that he fabricates?

All of the narrators are thiqa(trustworthy and reliable) that is why you want to focus on this specific person while he is already considered to be relied upon with detail

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Imam al Asr (as) may have a son living today which is 12 generations down him.

However to say that the original Imam, ie, ibn al Hasan al Askari has died would mean that you reject the idea of elongation of life during ghaybah which is a fundamental concept.

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Narrators of the Prophets will pbuh that said there will be 12 Mahdis after the 12 Imams:

AlJame'a is the chain from Toosi to the book of Al-Bazoofri"Al-Hussain ibn Abaydallah Al-Gathaa'eri and Ahmad ibn Abdoon.And Istibsaar Sheikh Al-Toosi says"And what I have mentioned from Abi Abdullah Al-Hussain in Sufyan Al-Barzoofri Ahmad ibn Abdoon and Al-Hussein ibn Abaydallah reported me it. AlIstibsaar v.4 p.342

#1Ahmad in Abdulwahaad(Rijal AlToosi p.413-414 5988)

"Everything he narrated is accepted"

Amal Al-Amaal AlHur Al-Amili v.2 p.16-17

"And what he approved is reliable from what is corrected

from the Sheikh"

Mustadrakat Ilm Alhadeeth AlSheikh Ali AlNamazi AlShahroodi v.1 p.359-360 1157 "He is praised and his narrations are saheeh"

Mujam Al-Rijal Alhadeeth Al-Sayed Al-Khoei v.2 p.152 655

"he is a Thiqa because he is a scholar from Najaashi"

#2 AlHussein Ibn Abaydallah Al-Gada'eri Rijal Al-Najashi p.68-69

166 he says:

"All his narrations are acceptable from his scholars"

"he is our sholar May Allah be pleased with him"

Rijal Al-Toosi p.425 6117

"We have heard of him and we have accepted all his narrations"

Mujam Rijal AlHadeeth Sayed AlKhoei v.7 p.22-23 3940

"we cant refuse the mans' authenticity"

"He is from the sides of Sheikh Al-Najaashy and all his scholars are reliable(Thuqaat)

#3Abi Abdullah Al-Hussain ibn Ali ibn Sufyan

Rijal Al-Najashi p.67-68 -162

"A scholar that is thiqa(reliable) a great friend of ours"

Sheikh Toosi in Rijalaho p.423 6092

"He is valuable and his apellation is Aba Abdullah"

Wathqa Alama Al-Hili Khalasat Al-Aqwaal p.115

"Sheikh that is Thiqa(reliable),a great friend of ours

and valuable"

#4Ali ibn Sinaan Al-Musali AlAdl

Sheikh Al-Namaazi Al-Shahroodi in his book Mustadrakaat Ilm Al-Rijaal Al-Hadeeth 10071

"He is the modifier"

"well respected narrations that assist its fineness and completeness"

#5Ali ibn Hussein

Rijal Al-Najaashi p.261-262 -684 he says

"One of the grand scholars of his times,and the head of them in knowledge,and their jurist,and their Thiqa(reliable).

Rijal Al-Toosi p.432 6191 he says:

"Thiqa(reliable) he has many compilations we have mentioned them in the Fihrast"

#6 Ahmad ibn Muhammad Al-Khaleel

Sheikh Ali Al Numaazi Al-Shahroodi in his book Ilm Al-Rijaal AlHadeeth 1532 he says:

"It assists that he is fine and complete"

AlSudooq used his narration from Jaafer ibn Muhammad Al-Alawi Al-Areethi by Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Jaafer Al-Ahwaazi with hadeeth Fawaatem for Fathaa'el Al-Shia Book of Imaan p.122 v.68 p.76 Mustadrakat Ilm Al-Rijaal AlHadeeth v.1 p.434

AlGaiba p.103 from Ali ibn Sinaan AlMusili Al Adel from Ahmad ibn Muhammad AlKhaleel from Muhammad ibn Saaleh Al-Hamdaani narration on their names and their qualities from Muftathab Al-Athar in this chain of trasmission v.9 p.125 v.36 p.216

#7Jaafer ibn Ahmad AlMasri

Sheikh Ali Al-Namaazi AlShahroodi Mustadrakaat Ilm Rijal Al-Hadeeth 2533

"He has a very respected narration v.2 p.143"

Tareekh Al-Islam AlThahabi v.23 p.139

"Mirza Al-Noori says that when the(majority(Ahlulsunna))criticize the narrations that aid the Shia is a proof that the scholars are reliable"

#8AlHassan ibn Ali

Rijal Al-Najaashi p.66 155

"The speaker is thiqa reliable"

Mustadrakaat Ilm Al-Rijaal Alhadeeth Sheikh Ali AlNamazi AlShahroudi v.3 p.156 44181

"the narrator is thiqa reliable"

#9Ali ibn Sabaya(father of Hussein ibn Ali Al-Masri who is thiqa)

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