Allah Ta’ala commands Rasulullah SA in the Quran “proclaim and convey His message. If you do not convey it, you have not conveyed His message at all.” Syedna al-Mu’ayyad al-Shirazi RA argues that Rasullulah conveyed messages like prayer and zakaat immediately. What was this supremely difficult message that Allah warns Rasullulah that if you do not convey it, you will not have conveyed anything? Why did Rasulullah find it hard to convey?

The first split that happened in Islam was after Rasulullah SA demise when the rightful succession of Maulana Ali bin Abi Talib SA was usurped.

Muslims who deny Ali’s succession themselves record events and statements in their books that establish that Rasulullah SA appointed Ali as his successor. What are some of these statements?

Several of those scholars also record the Nass of Rasulullah on Ali in Ghadir-e-Khum after the last pilgrimage. How do they interpret Rasulullah’s statement “for whomsoever I am Maula, Ali is his Maula.” What are our Hudaat’s arguments against their misinterpretation?

Syedna TUS answers these questions in this Majlis, the 47th in the Majalis al Hikma series.