Әһл әл-Байт — нұсқалар арасындағы айырмашылық

#`Itrat al-Nabi = [People of the] Mantle of the Prophet
There has been much debate concerning who ''Ahl al- Bayt'' consists of. Although there have been many disagreements there is a consensus amongst Sunni and Shi'a Muslims, that the "Ahl al Kisa" hadith refers specifically to Ali, Fatimah, Hasan and Husayn. Mention of the ''Ahl al-Bayt'', Muhammad's household, is present in a verse of the Qur'an as follows:
Most Sunni [[Sufism|Sufi]] circles (''[[tariqa]]h'') trace their spiritual chain back to Muhammad through Ali.{{Citation needed|date=May 2010}} In Shia thought, Muhammad's household is central to the religion. In one version of Muhammad's [[The Farewell Sermon|farewell sermon]], he is represented as saying that God has given believers two safeguards: the Qur'an and his family; in other versions the two safeguards are the Qur'an and his [[Sunnah]] (statements and actions of Muhammad). Popular Shia belief ascribes cosmological importance to the family in various texts, wherein it is said that God would not have created ''[[Jannah]]'' ([[heaven]]) and earth, [[paradise]], [[Adam and Eve]], or anything else were it not for them. The majority of Shia regard the heads of the family as divinely chosen Imams who are [[Infallibility|infallible]] and [[Islamic views on sin|sinless]].<ref name=AB-EOI />
==Әһл әл-Байт Құран Кәрімде==
There seems to be some confusion as regards where the Qur'an mentions the Ahlul Bayt. Laypeople{{Who|date=July 2010}} tend to confuse the word "Ahl" with "Ahl al-Bayt". Apart from Qur'anic quote 33:32-33:-