De sahaba(vrienden) van de Profeet
De sahaba die de dochter van de profeet (vzmh) mishandeld hebben, waardoor zij een 6 maanden oude foetus heeft verloren.
- Denken dat hun imaams geen fouten maken, terwijl deze eigenschap alleen tot de Profeet
Die imaams zijn wel de nakomelingen van de profeet (vzmh), tot aan imam Mahdi
Dat de koran incompleet is.
A Wahhabi contributor mentioned that Shia believe Quran is not complete.
My answer to this matter is:
"Glory to (Allah), this is a big slander! (Quran 24:16)."
Shia do NOT believe that Quran is missing something. There are few weak
traditions which x might x imply to the contrary. Such reports are rejected
and unacceptable if they want to imply such a thing.
It is interesting to point out that there are numerous traditions reported
in Sahih al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim which allege that many verses of Quran
are missing. Not only that, but also they these Sunni reports allege that
two chapters from the Quran are missing one of them was similar to chapter
9 (al-Bara'ah) in length!!! Some Sunni traditions even claim that the
Chapter al-Ahzab (Ch. 33) was as lengthy as the Chapter of Cow (Ch. 2)!!!
The Chapter of Cow is the biggest Chapter of the present Quran. The
traditions inside Sahih al-Bukhari and Muslim even present some of the
missing verses. (Some of these traditions will be mentioned in the
following articles with full references.). Yet, fortunately Shia never
accuse the Sunni brothers and sisters of believing that the Quran is
incomplete. We say that either these Sunni reports are either weak or
The completeness of Quran is so indisputable among Shia that the greatest
scholar of Shia in Hadith, Abu Jafar Muhammad Ibn Ali Ibn al-Husain Ibn
Babwayh, known as "Shaykh Saduq" (309/919-381/991), wrote:
"Our belief is that the Quran which Allah revealed to His Prophet
Muhammad is (the same as) the one between the two covers (daffatayn).
And it is the one which is in the hands of the people, and is not
greater in extent than that. The number of surahs as generally
accepted is one hundred and fourteen ...And he who asserts that we say
that it is greater in extent than that, is a liar."