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In the Name of God بسم الله

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Raj'ah is a resurrection before the judgement day.

Example : the village that ran away from their home due to fear from eminent death, Allah said die and they all died then he resurrected them all , they lived and followed prophet Uzair

Prophet Uzair is another example of Raj'ah.

 

incarnation means that the body will not be revived, it will only be the soul that will inhibit another body

 

Raj'ah : one body one soul

incarnation : many bodies, one soul

 

Raj'ah : selective, happens to few, dose not happen more than once

reincarnation : general, happen to everyone, and happens everytime the creature dies (unless the creature reaches the absolute perfection) it happens in an endless numbers of times

 

Raj'ah is Haq, incarnation is Batil

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This should be explained in length if you are not familiar with Islamic theology but in short :

 

This belief is not from Usoul, which means that those who do not believe in Raj'ah are not kafirs, they are Muslims but not Shia

This belief is considered from the necessary beliefs of Shia sect (not even from forou')

This belief that is necessary is sufficient if someone believed in the concept of Raj'ah in general , you do not need to belief or be aware of all its details.

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