A Victim Lost in Saqifah 1-4

  1. Dedicated To:
  2. Preface
  3. Introduction Fundamentals of Evaluation and Criticism of Writings On Islamic Unity
  4. Second Introduction: Valuable Standards of Worksheet of the Thought of Islamic Unity
  5. Third Introduction: Familiarity With Writings On Thoughts of Islamic Unity
  6. Beginning of Discussion Awareness of Basics of Intellectual Movement – Research Towards Creating Islamic Unity
  7. Introduction To Applications of Two Tendencies By Way of Criticism and Narration
  8. Discourse One Keeping Quiet and Prohibiting Difference-creating Activities
  9. Discourse Two Adopt Common Things and Ignore Differences Between Islamic Sects
  10. Discourse Three To Make Difference Between Two Schools So Light As To Appear Depthless
  11. Deviation in Principles and Branches of Faith
  12. Deviated Side-effects of This Conjecture
  13. Discourse Four Excusing Those Who Turn Away From Imamate and School of Ahle Bayt (a.s.)
  14. Discourse Five Alterations in Beliefs of Shia Ja’fari Twelve Imamite Faith
  15. First Alteration Imamate and Rulership
  16. First Batch Three Types of Separations Between Imamate and Rulership
  17. Deviated Repercussions of This Conjecture
  18. Deviated Repercussions of This Conjecture
  19. Criticism and Opinion Guardianship and Imamate Is Inseparable From Apparent Caliphate
  20. Second Batch To Show Rulership of Less Value Than Imamate
  21. Second Alteration Removing Imamate From Principles of Faith and Making It a Fundamental of School
  22. Third Alteration Aim of Eschewing Shia Teachings[1]
  23. Discourse Six Deviation in the Meaning of Divinely-granted Caliphate of Ali
  24. Deviated Repercussion of These Conjectures[1]
  25. Discourse Seven Denial of Differences Between Ali and Caliphs
  26. Deviation in Criticism of Ali About Caliphs
  27. Discourse Eight To Acknowledge the Legitimacy of Caliphs’ Government
  28. Addendum Solution of Shia To Create Islamic Unity
  29. End Reflection On Shia Ideal of Islamic Unity in the Zahra’s Speech (s.a.)
  30. a Victim Lost in Saqifah
  31. Correct Interpretation Ali’s Silence and Its Causes
  32. Are Shias Obliged To Avoid Discussion On Caliphate…?
  33. Are Shias Obliged Not To Debate On Imamate?
  34. Discourse Two Criticism and Scrutiny of Analyses Propagated About Consultation of Caliphs With Ali
  35. What Does Scrutiny of Statistics Show?
  36. Discourse Three Criticism and Scrutiny of Analyses Publicized Regarding Ali’s Cooperation With Caliphs’ Government
  37. Analysis of Ali’s Participation in Caliphs’ Government
  38. Was Ali Given a Governmental Responsibility During the Tenure of the Caliphs?
  39. Did Amirul Momineen (a.s.) Have Positive Outlook To Battles of Caliph’s Period?
  40. Criticism and Scrutiny of Ali’s Positive Outlook To Battles[1]
  41. Participation of Hasan and Husain (a.s.) in Battles of Caliphs[1]
  42. Scrutiny of Participation of Ali’s Companions in Battles and Government of Caliphs[1]
  43. Did Amirul Momineen (a.s.) Always Attend Caliphs’ Prayers?
  44. Discourse Fourscrutiny and Criticism of Analyses Publicized in Respect of Relations Between Caliphs and Amirul Momineen (a.s.)
  45. Examples of Statements in Sunni Sources About Zahra’s Anger On Abu Bakr
  46. Aim of Amirul Momineen (a.s.) in Taking Over the Guardianship of Muhammad Bin Abu Bakr?
  47. Did the Second Caliph Desire Alito Be Caliph After Him?
  48. Discourse Fivepublicized Analyses About the Relation of Amirul Momineen (a.s.) With Caliphs
  49. Final Conclusionzahra’s Martyrdom Is Not Fiction
  50. A Victim Lost in Saqifah
  51. Introduction Claim of Righteous Caliphate Is Untrue
  52. Discourse Onepiety and Simplicity Scrutinized
  53. Discourse Twoscrutiny of Social Justice
  54. Discourse Threescrutiny of Judicial Justice
  55. Discourse Fouranalysis of the Rights of Legal Opponents
  56. Discourse Fiveanalysis of Individual and Social Liberties
  57. Conclusionzahra’s Speech Describes the Social Conditions After Usurpation of Caliphate and Identifies the Ills in Politics and Government
  58. A Victim Lost in Saqifah
  59. Discourse Oneabsence of Ali’s Approval To Abu Bakr’s Caliphate
  60. Discourse Twoefforts To Obtain Imam Ali’s (a.s.) Bay’at After the Prophet’s Demise
  61. Discourse Threelack of Public Satisfaction From Abu Bakr’s Caliphate
  62. Discourse Fourefforts To Prove the Bay’at Was of Free Choice After Zahra’s Martyrdom
  63. Section Twoinfluence of Deviation On Shia Belief of Imamate
  64. Discourse Twosunni-inclined Interpretations of Imamate and Wilayat
  65. Endcaution of Wilayat and Warning of Hazrat Zahra (s.a.) About the Beginning of Deviation in Belief of Imamate