Answer these only
through Quran and Traditions (Ahadees)
What is the name of first mujtahid?
Before getting the degree of ijtehad,
whose taqleed the first mujtahid did?
Quote an Ayat or Hadees in favour of Ijtehad?
Give an Ayat or Hadees in the praise of mujtahid
who is not an infallible?
If the mujtahid gives a
legal decision (fatwa) based on Quran and Ahadees then why
mujtahids say “when a mujtahid
dies then his legal decision is null and void”.
(matal mufti matal fatwa) ?
Why a person can’t do taqleed
of a dead mujtahid?
On reaching puberty, can a boy do taqleed
of a dead mujtahid?
Is it lawful to interpret (tafseer)
Quran through ones own intellect/opinion?
Is taqleed of a mujtahid lawful?
is the procedure for appointing the so-called naib-e-Imam and its lawfulness?
the legal decisions (fatwas) of mujtahids
were given according to the Quran and
Traditions, then why do they differ
on the same issue?
any Imam categorize the traditions (istelahat-e-
Hadees) such as hasan, qavi, mursal,
any fallible person’s reasoning (aql)
be an authority?
a proof on giving khums only to
a mujtahid or so-called naib-e-Imam?
are the characteristics of shekhein (seerat-e-shekhein),
which Hazrat Imam Ali (AS)
are the orders of unnecessary religion (ghair
usoolies are called as usoolies
Abdul Aziz Mohadis Dahalvi (sunni) in the book Tohfa-e-Ithna Ashari
the shias has their
deputy of Imams (naib-e-Imams) by the
same proof we have the
deputies of Prophet (S.A) (khalifa- e-Rasool)”. Explain its
theory that the deputy should be equal in all aspects as the head. (AlNaibo
Muneeb) Is it right or wrong?
a period where freedom of religion is there, can anybody remain shia after
those who support Aliun
Waliullah and mourning of Imam Hussain (A.S)?
religion according to Hadees-e-Saqlain
(Quran and Traditions of infallible)
reject practicing on Intellect (Aql)
and Consensus (Ijmah) makes one
go to Heaven or Hell?
does so-called Naibe Imam, always write a footnote as
“Gods knows better” (Wallah-
o-aalam) while answering any query?
it lawful to do taqleed (unconditional surrender and follow) of 14