Answering-Ansar’s clear deception about Rijal Kashi exposed

Answering-Ansar first quotes Azam Tariq that he said:

Azam Tariq stated:

“Mukhtar Thaqafi believed in the Imamate of Muhammad Hanafiyah, but he is also respected among Shi’as.”
In Rijal al-Kashi, the most authentic book on the Ilm al-Rijal among the Shi’as, it is narrated (page 127):
“And Mukhtar is the person who invited people to the Imamate of the Muhammad bin Ali bin Abu Talib Ibn al-Hanfiyah and his party is know as ‘Kaysaniya’ and “Mukhtariya”. Keysan was his own title and if he would hear about any enemy of the Imam Hussain (as), that whether they are in such and such house or at such and such place, he would instantly get there, destroy the whole house and kill every living being in the house. All the deserted houses that are found in Kufa are because of Mukhtar.”

Than Answering-Ansar says:

Let us first of all clarify the standing of the actual source of the Nasibi author which according to him is “the most authentic book”. About Muhammad bin Umar bin Abdul Aziz al-Kashi Abu Umro, the Ulema state that:

“He was Thiqa and a great scholar…he has taken traditions from weak narrations in a huge number… he has one book namely al-Rijal which contains a lot of knowledge but this book contains a great deal of mistakes”
1. Rijal Najashi, page 263
2. Naqad Rijal, page 325

Learned researcher Shaykh Abdullah Maqani [rh] writes about this book:

“This is known among prominent Shi’a scholars that the cited book by Kashi on Rijal contained information about Sunni and Shi’a narrators and some have been mixed up with some”
Tanqeh al-Maqal, Volume 3 page 135 (Murtazvia, Najaf)

You read the Taqiyah excuse? This is very good excuse, you can use it any time to prove anything, whether you want to prove 1+1=2 or whether you want to prove 1+1=11. Just claim that the infallible imam said this in taqiyah, and this while he was not doing taqiyah.

Anyhow, afterwards when it is time for refuting Ansar.org, the Answering-Ansar.org says:

If Afriki really wants to convince the Shi’a his first approach, then he should cite our MOST AUTENTIC book of Rijjal, which is not Jami’ ar Ruwat but Rijjal al Kashi. When we want to know the authenticity of a narrator this is our first port of call.

My brothers, this is one of the worst kind of deceptions , though it is a norm when it comes to answering-ansar.org. Their whole website is based on such lies and deceptions, and it just shows the reality of the Shiite cult itself, which is based on such lies and deceptions.

Anyhow , Majlisi says about the reliability of this book

“Our scholars have relied on these two books of Rijal (i.e Rijal Kashi and Rijal Najashi) at every time and every place.”

وكتابا الرجال عليهما مدار العلماء الاخيار في الاعصار والامصار

Bihar al anwar Vol. 1, p. 33

Khatimatul Mustadrak, by Mirza Nuri Vol. 3, p. 149

Azam Tariq stated:
“Mukhtar Thaqafi believed in the Imamate of Muhammad Hanafiyah, but he is also respected among Shi’as.”
In Rijal al-Kashi, the most authentic book on the Ilm al-Rijal among the Shi’as, it is narrated (page 127):
“And Mukhtar is the person who invited people to the Imamate of the Muhammad bin Ali bin Abu Talib Ibn al-Hanfiyah and his party is know as ‘Kaysaniya’ and “Mukhtariya”. Keysan was his own title and if he would hear about any enemy of the Imam Hussain (as), that whether they are in such and such house or at such and such place, he would instantly get there, destroy the whole house and kill every living being in the house. All the deserted houses that are found in Kufa are because of Mukhtar.”
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Comments

  • gift2shias  On February 18, 2011 at 5:48 pm

    MashAllah brother! Good catch. Jazak Allah khayran. May Allah reward you.

  • sahaba ka gulaam  On November 23, 2011 at 9:48 pm

    kaafir kaafir shia kaafir

  • Ali Shah Hussain  On February 15, 2012 at 2:41 am

    Magnificent work Mashallah….Keep exposing the lairs by cult….Shias Majoosies

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