Batriyya

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Batriyya (Arabic: بترية‎, adjective form Batri) is a Muslim sect from Zaidiyyah,[1] some Shia clerics may use this term to refer to any shiite mixing the allegiance to the Imams and the allegiance to Abu Bakr and Umar.

Among those who used the term were Fadil Al-Darbandi,[2] Muhammad Al-Sanad[3] and Yasser Al-Habib.[4]


Batriyya and Shiat-ul-ALI

References[edit]

  1. ^ "isbn:1317273397‏ - بحث Google‏". books.google.iq.
  2. ^ Al-Fadil Al-Darbandi \, Iksir el Ebadat fi Asrar al Shahadad ‹See Tfd›(in Arabic)
  3. ^ محمد, سند، (25 January 2018). "الغلو والفرق الباطنية: رواة المعارف بين الغلاة والمقصرة : تقريرا لابحاث المحقق آية الله الشيخ محمد السند". الأميرة للطباعة و النشر و التوزيع، – via Google Books.
  4. ^ "Alqatrah - Sheikh al-Habib remarks on Naser Makarem Shirazi's statement". www.alqatrah.net.