عنوان مقاله [English]
Waqifite Shia is one of the branches of Shia formed by Shia scholars. Thus far many debates have been made over it. It is worthy to survey the debates made by other Shiite groups and scholars who quoted narratives with Waqifite approach. So this research deals with the manner in which Waqifite Shia benefits from narratives in their discussions. Many of the Waqifite narratives has been quoted in Shia sources which some parts of them are related to debates and conflicts of scholars about Imamiyya ,but they are presented in a way that do not reflect their real fact. Some of the proper solution to discover the real fact of these narratives are: studying data of human sources and listing about narrators , identifying processes and dynasty of Waqifite narrators that have been active during these debates and discovering relationship between the beliefs of these narrators and the content and senses quoted by them regarding Imam, Imamate, Absence, Qa’im and ,etc. hence through studying thoughts and activities of the Waqifite Abdul Karim Ibn Amr Khathami in this research, we have surveyed the discussion-like narratives of Waqifite by using human, anecdotal and historical methods. The research has identified some part of Waqifite Shia processes and introduced a kind of their narratives as discussion-like narratives.
Discovering these facts will be possible through studying human sources and listing narrators, identifying active processes and Waqifite-Shia-related courses in the discussions and making relation between orientations of processes with quoted contents and senses about Imam, Pontificate, Absence and Qa’im.
The research studies discussion-like narrations of Waqifite Shia by using human, anecdotal and historical methods in format of studying about one of the Waqifite Shia’s followers named Abdul Karim Ibn Amr Khasamy.
The research has introduced some part of Waqifite Shia processes and kind of narrations as discussion-like narrations and has suggested a kind of method to identify these types of narrations.