The Influence of The Shia and Rawafid in Disrupting The Flourishing of The Hadith and The Spread of The Sunnah in Libya The Fatimia Ubaidiyya State (297-541H) as a model

Rohaizan, Baru and Mohamed Fathy, Mohamed Abdelgelil (2018) The Influence of The Shia and Rawafid in Disrupting The Flourishing of The Hadith and The Spread of The Sunnah in Libya The Fatimia Ubaidiyya State (297-541H) as a model. al-Qiyam International Social Science and Humanities Journal, 1 (2). pp. 1-3. ISSN 2637-0271

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Since the Islamic conquest, Libya has been the sponsoring environment of science and scientists. Its geographical location has provided it a unique status that helped in attracting the attention of the elite scholars as well as its noticeable enterprising contribution to the dissemination of Hadith shareef. However, having a deep glance of meditation throughout the history of Libya can reveal to us that there was a prospering area through which Hadith studies had significantly prospered all over the region. In the contrary, Libyan history had unfortunately been faced by a very long predominating passive recession uprising from some inhibitive causes. One of these causes, for example, was the suppressive Ubaidiyya state that was stablished by its Jewish founder Ubiad in 297 AH which was remarkably characterized with rigorous suppression against the citizens and scientists at that time. Therefore, the present research investigates on the impacting role of the renegade Shiites in prohibiting Hadith shareef and Sunnah studies of spread out in Libya, and how to get benefit from the efforts of the scholars of the Sunnis in resisting them and to analyse their efforts' outcomes applying them to our current situations. The present article concludes that the Ubaidiyya state is itself the state of Shiites. They claimed their descent to Ali and, contradict ally, all their beliefs are infidel. And during their governing period, the most of innovations and evils had initiated, and most noticeable, the era of the most unjust periods experienced by Libyan history had experienced its darkest area and injustice practices, and furthermore, faced unbelievable invidious prejudice treatments that were caused by such Ubaidiyya state. this research also revealed that Ubaidiyya state had committed a heinous crime against Libyan. They exterminated most of Libyan Sunni scholars. More radically, they plundered money of Libyan people unjustly and aggressively, burned the books of the Sunnis and slandered shamefully the honorable companions of prophet Mohamed (peace upon him), and because of them the science of Quran and Hadith was almost disappeared in Libya; the lighthouse of the prospering Islamic science at that time. More fanatically, they prevented the scientists from practicing the role of teaching sciences of hadith and dissemination of Sunnah knowledge among people in this region. Thus, the Ubaidiyya state and its shiits advocators were the main reason in hampering the modern scientific movements. The senior opponent who had frightened against this doctrine state in Tripoli was Abu al-Hasan Ibn al-Munmar. Despite the efforts of the Rrawafid to fight Sunnis, they were unable to spread their doctrine easily because of their suffering from the intensive objection and resistance they had been facing with from scientists, particularly from the Al-hadith scholars. Then, at this point, they had lost the battle and with rowed turning their eyes to the Orient, leaving Morocco region and settled in Cairo.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Shia, Rawafid, Libya, Fatimia State, Ubaidiyya State.
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BP Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc
B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BV Practical Theology > BV1460 Religious Education
Depositing User: Rafidah M.Saaid
Date Deposited: 15 Mar 2022 02:53
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2022 02:53

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