|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|imamah dalam islam||1.95||1||5571||20|
|imamah in the quran||1.03||0.6||5560||20|
|imamah meaning islam||1.26||0.5||2409||73|
Imamah, or Imamate as it translated into English, commonly forms one of the five Usul al-Din of the religion. Imamah, ''temporal and spirutual leadership'' derives its name from the Arabic root term “A-M-M” which means ''something comes in front of'' or ''leads other things''.Is the Office of the Imamah a Divine Office?
The school of Ahlul Bayt maintains that the office of the imamah is a divine office - meaning, the imam or khalifah (leadership) has to be appointed and given directly by Allah, for this office holds the same significance as that of prophethood.Does Allah alone have the right to ordain an imam or Khalifah?
Numerous verses in the Noble Qur’an refer to the fact that throughout history Allah alone has the right to ordain an imam (leader) or khalifah for mankind – some of them are as follows: And remember when your Lord said to the angels, ‘Verily, I am going to place [for mankind] a successor (khalifah) on the earth.’ 7