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Allama Sayyid Murtaza Askari - The Role of Aisha in the History - Volume II

Allama Sayyid Murtaza Askari - The Role of Aisha in the History - Volume II

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The Role of ‘A’ishahin the History of Islam
-By- ‘Allamah Sayyid Murtada ‘Askari-Translated
Dr. ‘Ala ad-Din Pazargadi-Volume Two- ‘A’ishah in the Time of  ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib
A word from Mahmud Abu Rayh
In the name of God, the almighty
Some individuals who consider themselves men of learning, imagine that they have attaineda high degree of knowledge. They take for granted that the history of Islam, especially thatpart which is related to the early periods of this faith, is altogether correct and wholly freefrom doubt and ambiguity. Such persons, who should be called unlettered simpletons,imagine that the narrators of Islamic history have been without exception chaste, truthfuland trustworthy individuals. They therefore believe everything that is narrated about thatperiod and are fully convinced about all the contents of well known books of tradition andhistory, whereas these book contain all kinds of subject matter including even superstitiousand unacceptable points in such a way that they offer little that is right and true and muchthat is wrong and untrue.The assurance of such simple persons concerning the traditions and other topics of thosebooks has reached a point where that they may accuse anyone who expresses doubt abouttruth of one of these traditions and points of iniquity and excommunicate them.Although God has granted intelligence and mental power individuals to enable them toreflect and base their judgment on fairness and justice, yet owing to their obstinacy and mental rigidity as well astheir undue imitation of their predecessors they make their thought and inactive anduseless, so that in being faced with logic and clear reasoning they refuse to surrender totruth and remain obstinate in their prejudice and reject that truth and criticize it.I hope that you, too, may be secure from their stinging tongue and unmanly attacks, butthis is impossible since they

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