Ahmadiyya mullahs and editors are totally academically dishonest, they are taught to behave as such by the Mirza family. In the case of Yuz Asaf, they were over-the-top academically dishonest. In this “Kamal-ud-Din WA Itmam ul Naimat” Vol. 2, it is clearly written that Yus Asaf had a father. Even in “Ayn-ul-Hayat” it is stated that Yuz Asaf’s father was a king. Recently, some ex-Ahmadi researchers made a video about all of this. Furhermore, in Jesus in India, which was published posthumously in November of 1908, the word Yuz Asaf doesn’t even exist. Nor do the references to any source material which would connect Yuz Asaf to Esa (as). The english ROR never mentioned “Ayn-ul-Hayat”, however, it does mention Ikmal-ud-Din (see ROR of May 1904), which seems to be a shortened version of “Kamal-ud-Din WA Itmam ul Naimat”. MGA and his team first quoted “Ayn-ul-Hayat” in 1898, in a book called ‘Raz-e-Haqiqat”, which was translated and published into english in 2016, see page 24, they also quoted “Kamal-ud-Din WA Itmam ul Naimat”, however, its spelled slightly differently, “Ikmal-ud-Din Wa Itmam-un-Ni’mat”. However, they were academically dishonest, they purposely didn’t mention that Yuz Asaf had a father and many other things, an Ex-Ahmadi, Shams ud Din, recently got a hold of “Ayn ul Hayat” and “Kamal-ud-Din WA Itmam ul Naimat” Vol. 2, and posted his results in a video, make sure you watch Part-2 also, these are in Urdu and watch part 3. We have also found “Ayn ul Hayat” and have posted the PDF’s in the below. This book proves that MGA totally lied. Shams ud Din found the book “Rahul ul Hayat” by Allama Muhammad Bakir, there is an urdu translation called, “Ainul Hayat”. On page 361, it is written that Yuz Asaf had a father in Kashmir.
What is Kamal-ud-Din WA Itmam ul Naimat?
It was written by Abi Jafar Muhammad Bin Ali bin Husnain Babwia, he died in 381 (hijra), this corresponds to 1003 C.E.. The book is translated roughly as “deen is mukamal (complete) and Niamat (blessing) is Tamaam (tamaam means ALL OF IT). Kamāl al-dīn wa tamām al-niʿma (Arabic:کَمالُ الدّين و تَمام النِعمَة) or Ikmāl al-din wa itmām al-niʿma (إِکمالُ الدّين و إِتمامُ النِعمَة), written by the great Shi’a scholar, Muhammad b. Ali b. Babiwayh al-Qummi known as Al-Shaykh al-Saduq (d. 381/991), discusses the issue of occultation and the advent of Imam al-Mahdi (a). In this book, al-Shaykh al-Saduq has mentioned many examples of the absences of the prophets (a) and has fully discussed the imamate of Imam al-Mahdi (a), his birth, narrations of the Prophet (s) and Imams (a) about the advent of Imam al-Mahdi (a), those who have met him and the situation after his coming.
The most important quote from
“”””During that time a son was born to the king while he had lost hope of having a male issue. This newborn child was so beautiful and attractive that no one had ever seen such a handsome boy. The king was so much enjoyed that he almost died of happiness. In his view this was a gift from the idols that he worshipped.
Thus the people donated all the wealth they had to the temples that housed the idols. People were ordered to continue the celebrations for a year. The king named his son as Yuzasif and he summoned all the scholars and astrologists of the country to prepare the child’s horoscope. After much contemplation the astrologers informed that the boy shall have the highest position among all his contemporaries in India.””””
Online link to “Kamal-ud-Din WA Itmam ul Naimat”
Online link to “Ainul Hayat”
The online video which explains all of this
- “Today I have perfected your religion for you, and I have completed My blessing upon you, and I have approved Islam as your religion.”
However, there are different names mentioned for this book such as “Ikmal al-din wa itmam al-ni’ma”, “Itmam al-ni’ma fi al-ghayba” and “Ikmal al-din” but according to what is mentioned in the introduction of the book, many have preferred the name “Ikmal al-din wa itmam al-ni’ma”.
Reason of Writing
Al-Shaykh al-Saduq mentioned defense of the issue of occultation as the reason for writing this book. In the introduction of this book, he has written that he wrote this book after invitation of al-Shaykh Najm al-Din Abu Sa’id Muhammad b. Hasan b. Muhammad b. Ahmad b. Ali b. Salt al-Qummi and also advice of Imam al-Mahdi (a) to him in the dream.
The special importance of this book is in quotation from the great Shi’a scholar of the Minor Occultation period, Abu Ja’far Muhammad b. ‘Abd al-Rahman b. Qiba al-Razi (d. before 319/931). Our knowledge about this Shia scholar is limited to points ibn Nadim and al-Najashi have mentioned about him. Other scholars of rijal have not added many further points to them. According to al-Najashi, Ibn Qiba was first among Mu’tazilites and then became Shi’a.
Another characteristic of this book is mentioning some of the letters issued by Imam (a). Al-Shaykh al-Saduq has narrated some parts of this section from older documents and some others from oral communication with the Four Deputies.
According to author’s reason for writing the book and style of the book, it can be classified among the books on theology, but according to the multitude of historical issues mentioned in the book such as the history of prophets (a), history of the Age of Ignorance, the life of the Prophet (s) and history of Shi’a, it can be regarded as a historical book.
This book is the oldest and most authentic Shi’a hadith reference about Imam al-Mahdi (a). In this book, al-Shaykh al-Saduq has mentioned many theological discussions of Shi’a about Imam al-Mahdi (a) and his occultation and answers the questions of its deniers.
This book contains 621 hadiths in total from 88 narrators in 63 chapters. Some of the topics discussed in these chapters are:
- Creation of the Proof of God (a) has been previous to creation of other human beings.
- Only God has the right to choose His vicegerent on the earth.
- Proving occultation and its philosophy
- Answers of Ibn Qiba al-Razi
- Occultation of the prophets Noah (a), Salih (a), Abraham (a) and Joseph (a)
- Narrations from the Ahl al-Bayt (a) about the Occultation
- Those who have met Imam al-Mahdi (a)
- Letters from Imam al-Mahdi (a)
- Signs of Imam’s (a) advent
- Rewards for waiting and other issues.
- The manuscript of the central library of Tehran University written in 1060/1650 in Naskh style and has been corrected and compared.
- The manuscript of another corrector written in 1077/1666 and signed by Abu Talib al-Husayni and has carefully been corrected and compared. This version is kept in the library of Ayatullah Mar’ashi Najafi. Writing of this manuscript has finished in 1081/1670.
- A manuscript which has been written in 1051/1641 and is available in the personal library of Thiqat al-Islam Sayyid Muhammad Ali Sadr al-Huffaz of the holy shrine of ‘Abd al-‘Azim (a).
Publication and Translation
- Kamal al-din has been published in Arabic by Dar al-Kutub al-Islamiyya of Qom in 1395/1975 in two volumes researched by Ali Akbar Ghaffari.
- This book has been translated to Persian by Muhamamd Baqir Kamarih’i and published in Tehran by Islamiyya of Tehran in two volumes (volume one in 452 pages and the second volume in four hundred pages).
- Another Farsi translation of the book has been published by Mansur Pahlawan by Dar al-haidth publications of Qom.
- The material of this article is mainly taken from کمالالدین و تمامالنعمة (کتاب in Farsi WikiShia.
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