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English translation by Syed Jazib Reza Kazmi of Syed Baqir Nisar Zaidi's "Kashaful Haqaiq" which explains the true concepts of ijtihad and taqleed according to the sayings of Masoomeen (asws) and Quranic ayahs.

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ISBN: 9781465724878
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