عنوان مقاله [English]
After monotheism and prophecy, Imamate is the most basic beliefs of the Imamiyyah. This survey has rejected the claim of the book “Imamat and al-nas” that is claiming there is some contradiction to the names of the Imams in their own sources and has proved there is some secession of plain texts that is include all names of Imams. For this, firstly the unity of the elements of secession of plain texts has been explained for the scholarships of Shia and Sunni, then 55 hadiths (7 from Sunnis and 48 from Shiites), including the names of all Imams, from the 21 first-hand sources of Shiites and Sunnis, with 90 Sindh addresses. Next, the approximate time criterion for each narrative class is specified to explain secession of plain texts of all the narrator classes. At the end, the result is there are 21 companions, 40 functionaries, and about 60 narrators for the middle classes to the books of the narrator. There are also religious divisions in some classes ofnarrators.