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Muslim / Mu'min as per Ahlul beit (as)

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:salam:

Recently been reading 'Al Islam wal Insan' by Muhammad Shahrour.

He has an interesting point of view about the difference between Muslim and Mu'min based on Qur'anic verses.

I would like to read what the Ahl el beit told about the two concepts and what is different between them.

Anyone ?

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According to commonly accepted Fiqh definitions by nearly every scholar, a mu'min is someone who believes in all 5 usool al-deen (Shi'I ithna ashari), while a Muslim in Fiqh is someone who declares shahadatayn.

However if you read the hadiths by Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام), you will see mumins described as more than just someone that believes correctly. These should be the traits of mumins.

Such as this authentic hadith:

Said: “Verily, we do not consider a man a mu’min until he follows ALL of our commands, willingly, [know that] a part of following out commands and wishing to fulfill it is through al-Wara`a (piety), then adorn yourselves with it (I.e. piety), may Allāh have mercy on you, and keep busy (fighting) our enemies with it (I.e. piety), may Allāh reinvigorate you”

http://www.revivingalislam.com/2013/01/qualities-of-mumin.html?m=1

There are also other hadiths on things like levels of imaan etc..

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