Fundamental Shi’ite Beliefs
Abdullah b. Muhammad as-Salafi  
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Fundamental Shi’ite Beliefs
     Fundamental Shi’ite Beliefs
     Foreword of Sheik Abdul-Aziz b. Abdullah b. Baz, may Allah have mercy on him
     Introduction
     When did the Shi’ite Sect First Appear?
     Why are Shi’tes Called ‘Rejectionists’?
     How Many Shi’ite Sects are there?
     The Belief of Al-Bada’ which the Rafidhah believe in
     What is the Belief of the Rawafidh in relation to the Attributes of Allah
     What is the Belief of the Rawaafidh in relation to the Qur’an that we have today?
     What is the Belief of the Raafidhah in relation to the Companions of the Prophet ?
     Common Traits between Jews and Raafidhah
     What is the Belief of the Rafidhah in relation their Imams?
     What is the reality behind the belief of ‘Ar-Raj’ah’ that the Raafidhah believe in?
     What is the reality behind the belief of ‘At-Tuqyah’ that the Raafidhah believe in?
     What is the reality behind the belief of ‘At-Teenah’ that the Raafidhah believe in?
     What is the belief of the Raafidhah in relation to Sunni Muslims
     What is the belief of the Raafidhah in relation to Mut’ah and what is its virtue?
     What is the belief of the Raafidhah in relation to an-Najaf and Karbala? What is the merit of visiting these places according to them?
     What is the difference between Sunni Muslims and Shi’ites
     What is the belief of the Shi’ites in relation to Aashoora and what is its merit according to them?
     What is the belief of the Shi’ites in relation to the Bai’at (Pledge of Allegiance)?
     What is the ruling of overlooking the differences between Sunni Muslims and Polytheist Raafidhah?
     What have the Pious Predecessors said about the Raafdihah?
     Surat al-Wilayah
     The Alleged Tablet of Fatimah
     Du’aa Sanamai Quraish (i.e. the two idols of Quraish)What is meant is Abu Bakr and Umar?
     Conclusion
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What is the belief of the Raafidhah in relation to Mut’ah and what is its virtue?

Mut’ah has a great virtue with the Raafidhah, we seek refuge with Allah! It is mentioned in the book ‘Manhaj as-Saadiqeen’ for Fathul-laah al-Kaashani that as-Sadiq said: ‘Mut’ah is my religion and the religion of my forefathers. Whoever does it, applies our Deen and whoever rejects it, indeed rejects our Deen; nay, rather he adheres to a Deen other than ours! The child that is born from the Mut’ah relation is better than a child that is born in wedlock, and the one who disbelieves in it is an apostate, a clear non-believer.’[1]

Al-Qummi stated in his book ‘Man laa yahdoro al-Faqeeh’ that Abdullah b. Se’naan reported that Abu Abdullah said: ‘Allah, the Exalted, has prohibited intoxicants for our Shi’ites and has given them Mut’ah instead.’[2]

It is mentioned in Tafseer Minhaaj as-Sadiqeen for Mul’lah Fathul-laah al-Kaashani that the Prophet (r) said:

‘Whoever does Mut’ah once will free a third of himself from Hell. Whoever does it twice will free 2/3rds of himself from Hell and whoever does it three times will free himself completely from Hell.’

In the same source it is mentioned that the Prophet (r) said: ‘Whoever does Mut’ah once will protect themselves from the anger of Allah, whoever does it twice will be raised with the pious and whoever does it three times will be with me in Jannah.’

In the same source it is mentioned that the Prophet (r) said: ‘Whoever does Mut’ah once will be of the level of al-Husain, and whoever does it twice will be of the level of al-Hasan and whoever does it three times will be of the level of Ali b. Abi Talib and whoever does it four times will be of my level.’[3]

The Raafidhah do not set a limit to the maximum number of women one can be with through Mut’ah. It is mentioned in ‘Furoo al-Kaafi’ and ‘At-Tahdeeb’ and ‘Al-Istibsaar’ that Zurarah b. Abu Abdullah said: ‘Is a person allowed only four women through Mut’ah?’ He said: ‘Marry if you wish a thousand for they are paid.’

Muhammad b. Muslim reported that Abu Ja’far said in relation to al-Mut’ah: ‘It is not only from four, for they are not divorced nor do they inherit; rather, she is paid.’

How can this be when Allah says:

(And they who guard their private parts. Except from their wives or those their right hands possess, for indeed, they will not be blamed—But whoever seeks beyond that, then those are the transgressors.)                                                           (Qur’an 23:5-7)

From this verse it is clear that we are only allowed to marry woman through wedlock and if she is acquired as a spoil of war. Anything else is unlawful. The woman who is taken through Mut’ah is ‘paid’; thus, she is not a wife, she is not inherited, and is not divorced. In other words, she is a fornicator.

Sheik Abdullah b. Jibreen, may Allah preserve him, said: ‘The Raafidhah use as proof to legalize Mut’ah the verse in Surah an-Nisaa, the meaning of which is:

(And [also prohibited to you are all] married women except those your right hands possess.[4] [This is] the decree of Allah upon you. And lawful to you are [all others] beyond these, [provided] that you seek them [in marriage] with [gifts from] your property, desiring chastity, not unlawful sexual intercourse. So for whatever you enjoy [of marriage] from them, give them their due compensation[5] as an obligation. And there is no blame upon you for what you mutually agree to beyond the obligation. Indeed, Allah is ever Knowing and Wise.)    (Qur’an 4:24)

The answer to this is that the verses all talk about marriage from the words of Allah:

(It is not lawful for you to inherit women by compulsion.) (Qur’an 4:19) including the words of Allah: (But if you want to replace one wife with another.) (Qur’an 4:20) including the words of Allah: (And do not marry those [women] whom your fathers married.) (Qur’an 4:22) including: (Prohibited to you [for marriage] are your mothers.) (Qur’an 4:23)

 

After Allah talks about the women who are prohibited through lineage and specific reasons he said:

(And lawful to you are [all others] beyond these.)                                                               (Qur’an 4:24)

This means all other women are lawful to you, if you marry them and give them their rightful dowries which you have set for them, but if they leave some of it aside out of their good nature there is no sin on you.’ This is how the verse was interpreted by the majority of the Companions and those who came after them.

The Shi’ite of the Tusi sect despised Mut’ah in his book ‘Tahdheeb al-Ahkaam’, he said: ‘If the woman is from a noble family it is not lawful for her to indulge in this activity due to the shame and disgrace that will befall her family.’[6]

The Shi’ites also legalized anal sex. It is mentioned in al-Istibsaar that Ali b. al-Hakam said: ‘I heard Sufyan saying, ‘I heard ar-Rida saying: ‘One of your followers asked me to ask you something because he himself was ashamed to ask you directly.’ He said what is it? He said: ‘Is it lawful for a man to approach his wife in her anus?’ He said: ‘Yes it is lawful!’[7]


 



[1] Manhaj as-Sadiqeen for Mul’lah Fathul-laah al-Kaashani pg. 2/495

[2] Man laa Yahdoro al-Faqeeh for Ibn Babyaih al-Qummi pg. 330

[3] Tafseer Manhaj as-Sadiqeen for Mul’lah Fathul-laah al-Kaashani 2/492-3

[4] i.e., slaves or war captives who had polytheist husbands.

[5] The mahr, a specified gift to the bride required of the man upon marriage.

[6] Tahdheeb al-Ahkaam for at-Tusi 7/227

[7] Al-Istibsaar for at-Tusi 3/243

 
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