By as-Sayyid Murtadã al-‘Askarī (Translated by M. J. Muqaddas)
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Ahmad Amin from Tabari 2, and from Wellhauzen. Farid Wajdi from Tabari 2. Hasan Ibrahim from Tabari 2. Sa‘eed Afghãni from Tabari 2, and from Ibn Abi Baker 3, Ibn `Asãker 4, and Ibn Badran 21. 14) Ibn Khaldoun from Tabari 2. 15) Ibn Athīr from Tabari 2. 16) Ibn Kathīr from Tabari 2. 17) Donaldson from Nicholson 5 and Encyclopaedia 6. 18) Ghiathud Din from Mirkhand 9. 19) Abulfedã΄ from Ibn Athīr 15. 20) Rashīd Rezã from Ibn Athīr 15. 21) Ibn Badrãn from Ibn `Asãker 4. 22) Bostani from Ibn Kathīr 16.
D 15th Ramadhãn 1375 In the Name of the Most Merciful God THE TALE OF ‘ABDULLÃH BIN SABA’ For one thousand years historians have been recording astonishing stories about ‘Abdullãh Bin Saba΄, and his followers — Sabaian. a) Who was Abdullãh and who were Sabaian, his followers? b) What did Abdullãh say, and what has he done? Summary of What is Known From the Historians. A Jew from Sana in Yaman posed as convert to Islam in the time of ‘Othmãn the third Caliph, and plotted against Islam and Muslims.
It has taken me even longer than I had imagined; but I have read the books twice with great interest, and although I should have like to write at some length, I feel I must write to express my admiration of the methods adopted and the careful scholarship shown in the two books. At my age I cannot look forward with confidence to being able to write and so I feel I must delay no longer in case I find I am unable to write. In the first book I liked the detailed account of the conventional story of ‘Abdullãh Bin Saba΄ and the Sabaiyya, followed by a valuable discussion of writers (ancient and modern) in East and West and the sources on which they depended.
Abdullâh Ibn Saba and Other Myths by as-Sayyid Murtadã al-‘Askarī (Translated by M. J. Muqaddas)