Wasā'il al-Shīʿa (Arabic: وسائل الشيعة‎) is a reputable book of hadith in Shia Islam, compiled in the 17th century by Shaikh al-Hur al-Aamili. It is a 30-volume collection, meant to include all 'authentic' Hadith from the available Shia hadith books, checking their authenticity on the strict principles of Ilm-ur-Rajjal.[1]

Commentaries & TranslationsEdit

  1. The author himself started writing commentary Tahreer Wasael ush-Shia of the book, and one volume was publicized.
  2. Shaikh Muhammad Razi Qazvini wrote a shar'ah.
  3. Shaikh Muhammad Suleman Muqabi wrote a shar'ah named Majma ul-Ahkam
  4. Abul-Qassim Khoei wrote a commentary named Az-Zareeya ila Tasaneef ush-Shia
  5. Grand Ayatollah Muhammad Hussain Najafi Usuli translated the book into Urdu, named Masael ush-Sharia.

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External links Edit

٭ Online (Arabic)

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