The benefits of [knowing] The Emergence signs

The Emergence signs and indications can be useful, at least in these two situations:

1-    The situation when people are unaware of these issues [The Emergence issues]; because some agents of propaganda work less, or [because of] their negligence.

2-    The situation when the people couldn’t have been guided by correct criteria, due to being trapped in doubts [religious wrong beliefs], the intrigue of false front and complexity of conditions.

In this regard, the Prophet (pbuh&h) named ʻAmmār as “[He is] the sign of right front and then stated,

“Know that the group who will kill ʻAmmār, are of the false front.”

He [The Prophet (pbuh&h)] taught the Muslims, whenever they feel incapable to recognize right and false,

they can find out right and false through this sign.

Uyūn akhbār al-Riḍā ( pbuh), Vol. 1, P. 68

Beware

The people who wait till Sufyanī1, Yamânî2 and Khorāsāni3 rise then know what to do,

Are like the ones who wouldn’t recognize what to do, till Amare were taken to slaughter- house, were killed.

they don’t recognize right.

How different actually are, the people who before ʻAmmārs4’s [the people like ʻAmmār] martyrdom know ‘Ali (pbuh) is right based on religious reasons and indications,

from those who won’t be awaken so that ʻAmmārs’ red blood is shed on the ground

 

1-     The Sufyanī is a character from Islamic eschatology. The term Sufyanī refers to his descent from the progeny of Abu Sufyan. According to hadiths, he will be the rival and opponent of Imām Mahdī (mgehr). Reports about Sufyanī are available in both Sunni and Shia Hadith collections.

2-     The Yamani or al-Yamani is a pre-messianic figure in Shia Islamic eschatology, who is prophesied to appear to the people to guide them to the right path prior to the arrival of Muḥammad al-Mahdī (mgehr), the ultimate savior of mankind from the Shia viewpoint and the final Imam of the Twelve Imams.

3-     Khorāsāni According to Shi’a views, before the advent of the Mahdī (mgehr), a protest appears among the Persian, and the political leadership of the protesting people will take over. Shoaib ibn Salih is also the leader of Iran’s military. According to Shi’a, he plays a major role before the rise and rise of the Mahdi. He directs war in the Middle East. The Shia narratives introduce him from the generation of Ali ibn Abi Narratives have described him as having the right holes. However, the narrations that have been made in the sources of Hadith of the first degree of Shi’a, such as the absence of Naimi and Tusi, have been related to this person, it is likely that he was interpreted as helper of the Khorasanites or the leader of the Khorasan people or the commander of a division from Khorasan, that is, his relation to Khorasan, It does not mean that they are from Khorasan province.

 

4-     ʻAmmār ibn ʻYāsir ibn Āmir ibn Mālik Abū al-Yaqzān was one of the Muhajirun in the history of Islam and, for his dedicated devotion to Islam’s cause, is considered to be one of the most loyal and beloved companions of Muḥammad (pbuh&h) and ‘Ali (pbuh); thus, he occupies a position of the highest prominence in Islam. Historically, ʻAmmār ibn ʻYāsir is the first Muslim to build a mosque. He is also referred to by Shia Muslims as one of the Four Companions. Muslims consider ʻAmmār’s ultimate fate to be unique among the fates of Muḥammad (pbuh&h) ‘s companions, for they perceive his death at the battle of Siffin as the decisive distinguisher between the righteous group and the sinful one in the First revolt.

 

Collection date:

5/ 29/ 2017

 

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