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11-The Book of Divine Proof 6
 
Subject:  Traditions
The Original Language:  Arabic:Usul Al-Kafi
Translated By:  Board of Writing,Translation and Publication Of WOFIS
Publisher: WOFIS
Compiled by:  ash-Shaykh Abu Jafar Muhammad Ibn Ya'qub Ibn Ishaq al-Kulayni ar-Razi
Size:  16.5x23.5 cm
Pages:  144
 
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The people's election or non election, concerning the rank granted by the Creator to one of His servants, has no effect. For example, the last Prophet (s.a.w) was given this status by God. He is the Prophet and leader and obeying him is compulsory, even though all of the unbelievers of Mecca, and the world, opposed him and drove him from themselves, " Allah best knows where He places His messages. It is clear that the characteristic, not needing the peoples selection. And obligatory submission, is not just an elite characteristic of the Prophet hood, as anyone assigned from God, in any rank, doesn't need the peoples election, even though that position is the rank of Imamate, following the Prophet and succeeding the Prophet, not the status of Prophet hood.
It is also cleat that any position, divine and supernatural rank which is granted by God must be confirmed by means of verse and signs from the Creator or with the quotation and emphasis of the Prophet or previous Imam so the characteristics of that position holder be made manifest for the searchers and proof for all Gods servants, as "Allah is the conclusive argument ",
This volume of the translation of Usul al-Kafi, is only exclusive to one chapter of Kafi, we reach a chapter titled, Ma yufsal behi baina dawa al -mohegh wa al-mubtel fe amr-el-Imamah "meaning a means to distinguishing the true and false claim of Imamate. In this chapter we read to prove the Imamate, examples of verses and signs of God, also vice - versa, we become familiar with the things that aren't the necessary condition of Imamate, Like an armed uprising. (sword uprising). 
This volume of the translation, Contains nineteen traditions, and some of it's traditions contains points and debates on distinct uprisings that happened in the Imams of the Prophets (s.a.w) household era.

 
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