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Differences among Muslim Jurists Concerning the Prophet’s Estate

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PREFACE—11
CHAPTER ONE
THE PROPHET’S ESTATE AND ITS SOURCES
Preamble on the Estate of the Apostle of God—15
The Prophet’s Estate—16
The Khums On Sundry Gains Is A Right Established In The Qur'an—17
The Obligation of Paying the Khums on Gains In the Prophetic Traditions—18
Letters and Khums of the Holy Prophet—23
The way the Prophet used to divide khums—24
Khums is exclusively for those for whom alms is forbidden—28
Fay' is for the Apostle Alone—30
Safaya are for the Apostle Alone—33
Anfal is for God and His Apostle—37
The View of the followers of the Ahl al-Bayt about Anfal— 45
The Prophet’s Estate in Summary—48
CHAPTER TWO
THE COURSE TAKEN ON THE PROPHET’S ESTATE AFTER HIS PASSING AWAY
The Quraysh confess dispossessing the Relatives of their rights—55
Fatimah demands her father’s estate—56
Fatimah and her husband meet Abu-Bakr to demand her right—58
The Ahl al-Bayt would accept nothing but their full rights—60
The entitlements of Lady Fatimah—61
Lady Fatimah demands Fadak—61
Ummu-Ayman’s testimony in favor of Lady Fatimah—64
Rejecting the testimony of Imam ‛Ali was the epitome of disaster—68
Sayyid al-Murtada’s words on the truthfulness of Lady Fatimah—73
Al-Karajaki amazed by Abu-Bakr’s request—75
CHAPTER THREE
FADAK AFTER THE CONFISCATION
Fadak, After The Confiscation—79
The claim that the Prophet’s legacy was a public endowment—81
How the Prophet used to spend the fay'—82
Abu-Bakr, ‛Umar and ‛Uthman’s disbursement of fay' and khums—85
Conclusion—95
Inequality in giving out stipends from the treasury—96
Al-Shafi‛i admits Abu-Bakr and ‛Umar’s revoking the right of the Relatives—98
‛Umar’s contradicting the Prophetic practice—111
‛Umar keeps the properties of Chosroe for himself—116
CHAPTER FOUR
ABU-BAKR CHALLENGES FATIMAH OVER HER LEGACY
Before we start—121
Denying Lady Fatimah her inheritance; suspending the Islamic Law—121
Abu-Bakr’s narration—122
The view of the Imamiyyah Shi‛ah scholars on Abu-Bakr’s narration—124
Sunni scholars’ view on bequeathing by prophets—131
The Prophet communicated to the Muslims what they need to know—135
Fatimah was more knowledgeable than Abu-Bakr—138
Imam ‛Ali accuses Abu-Bakr and ‛Umar—139
CHAPTER FIVE
A SOLITARY HADITH; SUNNIS DO NOT REGARD IT AS A PROOF THAT IS NOT FREE FROM DEFECT
Khabar wahid in the view of the Companions and tabi‛un—153
Fatimah accuses Abu-Bakr of falsehood and vehemently rejects his report—157
Imam ‛Ali rejects Abu-Bakr’s narration—161
Imam ‛Ali was more knowledgeable than the rest of the Companions—162
Imam ‛Ali was the best judge of the Muslim community—166
The Companions consulted Imam ‛Ali—170
Imam ‛Ali knew the laws of inheritance better than the others—171
Deficiency in legal decisions—172
‛Umar applies personal opinion in judging cases of inheritance—176
Judging between people without deserving to do so—178
Epilogue—179
CHAPTER SIX
ABU-BAKR’S REPORT: THEIR ONLY ARGUMENT
A critique of Abu-Bakr’s report—181
Spending the share of the Ahl al-Bayt on warhorses and arms—187
The Ahl al-Bayt’s conduct exposes those pretexts—189
Motives behind misappropriation of the possessions of the Ahl al-Bayt—191
Some remarks—194
Closing Remarks—196

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Date published: Aug 01, 2016

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