PESHAWAR NIGHTS BOOK
Peshawar Nights audience, the editing and digitization process of this book ( carried out by the DILP Team) has revealed issues in the quality of translation. Peshawar Nights: Shia Islam in Sunni Traditions and millions of other books . in a book in Persian, published in Teheran as Shabhaye-Peshawar, or Peshawar. Peshawar Nights is a written down firsthand account by Sultanu'l-Wa'izin Shirazi It recounts a four reporters and published in the newspapers daily, was published in book form in Teheran and soon became a classic authority in the East.
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Peshawar Nights Part - 1 book. Read reviews from world's largest community for readers. This book is one of the many Islamic publications. The author refers to himself throughout the book as "Da'i," that is, one who prays for or invokes a blessing upon someone, translated here as "Well-Wisher. The following is a translation of that book. IdentifierPeshawarNights. Identifier-ark ark://t43r OcrABBYY FineReader Ppi
In the first night, issues such as criteria of family relationships, arguments for Fatima al-Zahra 's a children being the Prophet Muhammad 's s children, atrocities of Banu Umayya , the discovery of Imam 'Ali 's a grave, and Shirazi sayyid in Tehran were debated.
Peshawar Nights Part - 2
In the second night, the author talked about the meaning of Shi'a and the truth about Shiism. He also refers to the reason why Iranians converted to Shiism in the periods of the caliphs , Daylamites , Ghazan Khan , and Oljeitu.
The third debate was concerned with the beliefs of Zaydiyya , Kaysanites , and Imami Shi'as. He also refers to hadiths in Sunni sources about seeing God.
The fourth debate was concerned with issues such as imamate , discovering the truth from the Four Sunni Sects , there being no reason for following the Four Sects, differences in the degrees of the prophets, and so on.
The fifth debate was concerned with issues such as similarities between Amir al-Mu'minin a and the Prophet Aron a , hadiths in which the caliphate of Imam 'Ali a is made explicit, false accusations made by Sunni scholars against Shi'as, the role of Abu Hurayra and Busr b.
Artat in slaughtering Muslims, accusations made by Ibn Taymiyya , and so on. The sixth debate was concerned with the virtues of Imam 'Ali a , including a Qur'anic verse which was revealed about him, his training by the Prophet Muhammad s , his being the first person who believed in Islam, a reply to the objection that Imam 'Ali's a conversion to Islam occurred while he was a child, 'Umar b.
In the seventh debate was concerned with issues such as the union between the Prophet s and Imam 'Ali a , appealing to al-Mubahala Verse , al-Ganji al-Shafi'i's remarks about al-Tashbih Hadith , criticizing 'Umar's remarks according to which one person cannot be both a prophet and a king, al-Zamakhshari 's criticism of Sunni Muslims, a paper by a British scholar regarding atrocities against Imam al-Husayn a , and effects of visiting the graves of the Imams a.
The eighth debate was concerned with issues such as the difference between Islam and Iman faith , the place and significance of Imam al-Sadiq a , the death of al-Tabari, and cursing Imam 'Ali a is equal to cursing the Prophet s , and so on.
The ninth debate was concerned with adultery accusations against Aisha , the wives of the prophets, Lot a and Noah a , going to the Hell , the wife of Pharaoh going to the Heaven , the Prophet's s being bothered by Aisha, Aisha's prevention of Imam al-Hasan a being buried near the Prophet s , and her sajda and rejoice after hearing the news about Imam 'Ali's a martyrdom.
The last debate was concerned with questions about the knowledgeability of 'Umar, his remarks after the demise of the Prophet s to the effect that the Prophet s was still alive, his mistake in ruling that 5 people who had committed adultery should be stoned, his ruling that a pregnant woman should be stoned, which was prevented by Imam 'Ali a , his ruling that an insane woman should be stoned, which was also prevented by Imam 'Ali a , that all knowledge was possessed by Imam 'Ali a , Mu'awiya b.
Abi Sufyan 's acknowledgement of Imam 'Ali's a place, and so on. Method Sultan al-Wa'izin published the book on the basis of reports that were printed in the press.
The debates in Shabha-yi Pishawur are chronologically ordered. According to the author, the issues he raised in these debates were extracted from the Qur'an , reliable hadiths, remarks by scholars, and religious scholars.
Sources In this book, the author cited reliable Sunni sources. The author claims that all arguments in the book drew upon materials in reliable Sunni sources. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 2.
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Throughout his life the Prophet had trained and inspired so many leaders, great leaders with vast accomplishment, including the rapid expansion of Islamic empire — that are well acknowledged by the whole world, not just Muslims — Caliph Umar reign for example, regarded by some Western scholars as the best period of world Islamic leadership and civilization — since it was at his time that Islam became well established civilization, this include administrative, political and economic system that have a lasting impact to today.