عنوان مقاله [English]
The Raj'at is one of the genuine teachings of Shiite/Shia (Imamiyyah) theological school and has been criticized widely by other Islamic sects. Naser al-Qefary/al-Ghifari, a Wahhabi scholar and a critic of Shi’a theological ideas, in his book Usul Madhhab al-Shi’a al-Ithna ‘Ashariyyah (the Principles of the School of the Twelver Shi’a), has raised widespread criticism on Raj’at. The scope of this criticism includes "Roots", "Incomplete Reasoning," "Causes for Invalidation" of Raj’at.He has tried to relate this belief to the teachings of the Book and the presentation of a Jewish image of those roots tied it outside of Islam And introduce Abdullah bin Saba as the founder of this thinking. Whereas in addition to verses and successive narratives Implying the doctrine of Raja't ,Basically, Jews don't believe in a future Raja't And also from Abdullah bin Saba It has never been reported that he believed in the term Raja't. The most important achievement of the present text is in addition to Raja't Qefari's ideas, explaining the distinction between the idea of Raja't to Imamiyyah and the statements attributed to Judaism and Sabbaiyah.