Al-Ihtijaj

Al-Iḥtijāj or ʿalā ahl al-lijāj (Arabic: الإحتجاج على أهل اللجاج‎), best known as al-Ihtijaj (Arabic: :الإحتجاج‎) is a secondary book of Hadith written by Abu Mansur, Ahmad b. Ali b. Abi Talib al-Tabrisi (died in 599 AH/1202 CE).[1][2]

ReliabilityEdit

Shi'a scholars are certain about its credibility and the only problem of the book is that most of the hadiths (narrations) in it are narrated as al-hadith al-Mursal as there is no chain of transmitters for them in the book.[3]

PublicationEdit

The book has been published by many publisher across the world:

  • Ihtijaj (Argumentation), written by Abu Mansur, Ahmad b. Ali b. Abi Talib al-Tabrisi (599/1202 CE)): Published: Ansariyan (2017)[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Al-Ihtijaj". www.en.al-shia.org. Retrieved Dec 29, 2019.
  2. ^ "Translator's Introduction". www.al-islam.org. Retrieved Dec 29, 2019.
  3. ^ "Al-Ihtijaj". www.en.al-shia.org. Retrieved Dec 29, 2019.
  4. ^ "Ihtijaj (Argumentation)". www.amazon.com. ISBN 978-9642195619. Retrieved Dec 29, 2019.