In this forum we are discussing the secrets of the Yamani of the Family of Mohammed a.s., his true nature and the nature of the 313.
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Assalamu alaykum waRahmtullah waBarakatuh Ansar of Allah,

If you have been following the topic "The Greatest Mystery", you must have come across the many Hadiths shared by Abdullah which show that only few people will be able to handle the truth of the Qa'im (a.s) and his rule, so much so that at one point even the 313 will be surrounding the Qa'im (a.s) then he will do something (or say something) which will make them run away from him and fear him and disbelieve in something which the Qa'im (a.s) tells them! And only a "Vizier and 11 chieftains" will remain with him! And those Hadiths are mentioned by Imam Ahmed Alhasan (a.s) himself in his books! Go to viewtopic.php?f=197&t=10336 for details.

So expanding on that specific point - which is how the Qa'im (a.s) will say and do things which can not be handled by even some of the 313 - I thought to share with you words from the Yamani (a.s) about how the Jurisprudence of the Qa'im (a.s) will be very new and very strange that a lot of people - among which are people who fought next to him and were from his army - will doubt him.

And especially now that King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia is dead, this means that the holy rise of the Imam a.s. is very very soon! So if there is a time to contemplate over the following words then NOW is the time! May Allah (swt) protect us, strengthen our faith, make us among those who stay firm, and make us wholeheartedly submit to the rule of the Qa'im (a.s). We must be ready for what is to come, for the Imam (a.s) said in one of his answers: "The Jurisprudential rulings get abrogated, may Allah have mercy upon you. And how easy is that which you are narrating, for what is yet to come is much greater!" - Al-Jawab Al-Moneer Q 236.

The following are excerpts from the words of the Imam (a.s).

1) From question 86 from the book Al-Mutashabihat (The Allegories) Volume 3: (In order to get the full question and answer go to this link: viewtopic.php?f=118&t=10343&p=60900#p60900)

"What remains is that there will be a round and a return for the Mansoukh (the abrogated verses in the Qur'an) in the time of the Qa'im (a.s.), for he (a.s.) will rule with the previous juriprudences, until he ends with Islam, and some of his Ansar will oppose him ([or will have objections against him]), just as it has been narrated in the traditions of Ahlul Bayt (a.s), because he rules with the rulings of the previous prophets and their jurisprudences, and those juriprudences oppose Islam as it is known."

"And Allah the Exalted said while addressing Solomon (a.s) {This is our bestowal, so give or withhold as you wish wihout account} [Surat Sad 38:39]. And the Qa’im (a.s) is Solomon of the Family of Muhammad (a.s), so the matter is up to him, he rules by whatever he wills, by that which Allah (swt) has taught him of His knowledge. And in the tradition from Al-Baqir (a.s): (The Qa’im will rule with rulings which will be denied by some of his companions who fought with the sword with him, and it is the ruling of Adam (a.s), so he will bring them forth and strike their necks, then he will rule with the second one, so it will be denied by other people who fought with the sword with him, and it is the ruling of David (a.s), so he will bring them forth and strike their necks, then he will rule with the third one, so it will be denied by other people who fought with the sword with him, and it is the ruling of Abraham (a.s), so he will bring them forth and strike their necks, then he will rule with the forth one, and it is the ruling of Muhammad (sawas), so no one will deny it). Bihar alAnwar volume 52 Page 389"

"...however the Qa'im (a.s) works by this abrogated verse, just as it has been narrated in the traditions of Ahlul Bayt (a.s), that he will kill a man who fought with the sword between his hands, so he will tell the people lay him down and strike his neck, even though in the apparent he did not do anything opposing the juriprudence or anything by which he would deserve to be killed, but the Qa'im (a.s) judges this man according to what is in his self, for Al-Sadiq (a.s) said: (There shall be a man close to the Qa'im a.s whom he commands and forbids, then he shall say turn him around, so they will turn him around towards him, so he will command that his neck be stricken, there will not remain anyone except that they will be fearful of him)
And Al-Baqir (a.s) said: (Verily he was named Al-Mahdi (the guided one) because he guides to a matter that has been hidden, so much so that he will send to a man to be killed [even though] the people did not know any sin for this man)
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"...And believing in those books and the prophets who came with them means/is accepting that the Qa'im works by them and submitting to him if he rules with a ruling which came in them, even if it was opposing to the ruling of Islam, for the Qa'im (a.s) is infallible and nothing comes from him except the truth, and in the traditions it has been narrated that he would come with a new Islam
Abdullah ibn Ata said I asked Al-Baqir (a.s): When the Qa'im rises how will he walk among the people? He a.s said: (He shall demolish what has preceded him like the Messenger of Allah sawas did, and he shall continue with a new Islam) Ghaybat Al-Noamani 238, Bihar Alanwar volume 52 p354
Al-Baqir a.s said: (Verily when our Qa'im rises he shall call the people towards a new matter, just as the Messenger of Allah sawas called towards it, and verily the Islam started as something strange and it shall return as something strange just as it started, so glad tidings to the strangers) Ghaybat Al-No'mani page 336, Bihar Al-Anwar volume 52 page 366
And Al-Khidr and Elijah and Jesus (a.s) have remained only so that they testify to the people that the ruling of the Qa'im (a.s) is what Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses and Jesus (a.s) came with. Then at the end he rules with the ruling of Islam and with what Muhammad (sawas) came with, eventhough there is no real contradiciton between what the previous prophets came with and what Muhammad (sawas) came with
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2) From Al-Jawab Al-Moneer (The Enlightening Answer Across the Ether, Volume 3 Question 236
One mad asked the Imam a.s. regarding the fact that during the time of the previous Imams (a.s) the permissible duration of the Temporary Marriage was different than the one that Imam Ahmed Alhasan (a.s) came with, so the Imam (a.s) begins his answer to him by saying:
"The Jurisprudential rulings get abrogated, may Allah have mercy upon you. And how easy is that which you are narrating, for what is yet to come is much greater!"

3) From Al-Mutashabihat Volume 3 Question 120
In a question where the asker was asking the Imam (a.s) about the reason why Imam Al-Mahdi (a.s) sent the Yamani (a.s) to fix the beliefs, even though - according to the asker - the need for fixing the jurisprudence is more important now than fixing the belief. So the following is an except from the Imam's (a.s) answer which shows again that the jurisprudence which the Qa'im (a.s) comes with is very new.
"...So dear brother, if you have come to know from Ahlul Bayt (a.s) that all what the prophets and messengers came with was two parts, and nothing was spread among the people except for the two parts, and that Imam Al-Mahdi (a.s) comes with the 25 parts from Monotheism, knowledge of the paths of heavens and what's in it, and the true beliefs which Allah is satisfied with, and that he will spread among the people the 27 letters which are the completion of the divine monotheism - which Allah sent Muhammad (sawas) with but he did not spread during his time except only two parts -, therefore you will come to know that the Jurisprudence which Imam Mahdi (a.s) will bring forth is much wider than what is present between our hands now; because the Islamic Jurisprudence now is fitting to the two letter only. So can Imam Mahdi (a.s) spread the jurisprudence of the 27 parts before he spreads the monotheism of the 27 parts upon which that jurisprudence is built? Surely the answer is no, and that is due to many reasons, and one of the clearest and brightest reasons is the fact that the people would not handle the jurisprudence of the 27 parts unless they unify Allah by the 27 parts which Imam Al-Mahdi (a.s) was appointed with to spread and disseminate among the people. And all praises belong to Allah alone".

So we understand from the last quote that the Monotheism that the Qa'im (a.s) teaches us is very new and very heavy and it needs to be established well first, and that it will be difficult to carry and handle, and that this heavy knowledge about Monotheism and belief needs to be well established first by the Yamani (a.s) before the very new jurisprudence(s) be established, because like he (a.s) said: "the people would not handle the jurisprudence of the 27 parts unless they unify Allah by the 27 parts which Imam Al-Mahdi (a.s) was appointed with to spread and disseminate among the people".

4) From the introduction of the book "The Jurisprudence of Islam"
"..and according to what Imam Al-Mahdi (a.s) commanded me, to clarify whatever is said and whatever its people have come and whatever its time has come, and to postpone whatever its time has not come to its [appropriate] time, and whoever opposes these rulings then he is opposing Imam Al-Mahdi (a.s)"
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