Leading The Ummah

This book offers some profound reasons by resorting to Qur’anic verses and to prophetic narrations in order to explain the issue of leadership, illustrating that the Divine verdict concerning the Islamic Leadership was quite different from the view that was brought up in the Saqifah convention.

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  1. Foreword
  2. The Introduction To The Second Edition
  3. What Is The Objective Of The Present Book?
  4. Chapter 1: The Philosophy Of Recognizing The Imams (as)
  5. Chapter 2:Two Hypotheses on Imamate
  6. Chapter 3: The Reasons For The Validity Of Shiite’s View
  7. Chapter 4: The Prophet Recognizes Imamate (as)
  8. Chapter 5: Islamic Rules And The Holy Quran Need The Interpretation By Infallibles
  9. Chapter 6: The Triangular Danger, The Three Enemies Of Islam
  10. Chapter 7: Mental And Spiritual Perfection In The Light Of An Innocent Imam
  11. Chapter 8: Is The Shiite View On Imamate Against The Principles Of Freedom?
  12. Chapter 9: Consultation In Islam
  13. Chapter 10:Let Us Be Fair In Our Judgments
  14. Chapter 11: The Sad Story Of Saqifah Bani Saedah
  15. Chapter 12: The Logic Of The Ansar And The Muhajirin
  16. Chapter 13: Being The Leader Of A Congregation Is Not A Sign Of Greatness
  17. Chapter 14: Governing Is Not Distinct From Spiritual Leadership
  18. Chapter 15: The Caliphs’ Ignorance of Divine Commands
  19. Chapter 16:The Prophet's Disciples Were Not Immune Against Sins
  20. Chapter 17: The Narrative Reasons For The Leadership Of Imam Ali (as)
  21. Chapter 18: The Event Of Ghadir (Part 1)
  22. Chapter 19: The Event Of Ghadir (Part 2)
  23. Chapter 20: The Event Of Ghadir (Part 3)
  24. Chapter 21:Answers To Questions
  25. Chapter 22: The Events Of Thaqalain And Safinah
  26. Chapter 23: How Can A Sinner Be Innocent?
  27. Chapter 24: The Reasons Behind The Infallibility Of The Divine Leaders
  28. Chapter 25: The Greater The Responsibilities, The Heavier The Conditions
  29. Chapter 26