Mufawwezah or Muqasserah??

جعفر بن محمد بن مالك قال: حدثني محمد بن جعفر بن عبد الله عن أبي نعيم محمد بن أحمد الانصاري قال: وجه قوم من المفوضة والمقصرة كامل بن إبراهيم المدني إلى أبي محمد عليه السلام، قال كامل: فقلت في نفسي أسأله لا يدخل الجنة إلا من عرف معرفتي وقال بمقالتي، قال: فلما دخلت على سيدي أبي محمد عليه السلام نظرت إلى ثياب بياض ناعمة عليه، فقلت في نفسي: ولي الله وحجته يلبس الناعم من الثياب ويأمرنا نحن بمواساة الاخوان وينهانا عن لبس مثله. فقال: متبسما: يا كامل وحسر عن ذراعيه: فإذا مسح أسود خشن على جلده، فقال: هذا لله وهذا لكم، فسلمت وجلست إلى باب عليه ستر مرخى، فجاءت الريح فكشفت طرفه فإذا أنا بفتى كأنه فلقة قمر من أبناء أربع سنين أو مثلها. فقال: لي يا كامل بن إبراهيم، فاقشعررت من ذلك وألهمت أن قلت: لبيك يا سيدي فقال: جئت إلى ولي الله وحجته وبابه تسأله هل يدخل الجنة إلا من عرف معرفتك وقال بمقالتك ؟ فقلت: إي والله، قال: إذن والله يقل داخلها، والله إنه ليدخلها قوم يقال لهم الحقية، قلت: يا سيدي ومن هم ؟ قال: قوم من حبهم لعلي يحلفون بحقه ولا يدرون ما حقه وفضله. ثم سكت صلوات الله عليه عني ساعة ثم قال: وجئت تسأله عن مقالة المفوضة، كذبوا، بل قلوبنا أوعية لمشية الله، فإذا شاء شئنا، والله يقول: (وما تشاؤون إلا أن يشآء الله). ثم رجع الستر إلى حالته فلم أستطع كشفه، فنظر إلي أبو محمد عليه السلام متبسما فقال: يا كامل ما جلوسك ؟ وقد أنبأك بحاجتك الحجة من بعدي، فقمت وخرجت ولم أعاينه بعد ذلك. قال أبو نعيم: فلقيت كاملا فسألته عن هذا الحديث فحدثني به


It is narrated from Ja'far bin Muhammad bin Malik from Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Ja'far from Muhammad bin Ahmad Ansari that he said:

"A group of Mufawweza and Muqassera* sent Kamil bin Ibrahim Madani to Imam Hasan Askari (as). Kamil bin Ibrahim says: I said to myself: I will ask the Imam, if only those who have the same beliefs as us and same the same as we say will enter Paradise?

He says: When I met the Imam, I saw that he was wearing a rich garment. I said to myself: The Wali of Allah and the proof of Allah is himself wearing such garments and he tells us to be equitable with our brothers in faith and prohibits us from wearing such clothes.

The Imam (as) then said smiling and turned up his sleeve: O Kamil, look here. I found that below the rich garment was a coarse shirt that was in contact with his body. "See this coarse garment is for the Almighty Allah and the rich dress is for you people."

Thus I greeted him and sat down near a door across which a curtain hung. Just then a gust of wind moved the curtain away. I saw a four-year-old handsome boy who was like a moon who called out: O Kamil bin Ibrahim, (I began to tremble and automatically said: Labbaik Yaa Sayyidi) Here I am, O my master.

The boy said: You have come to the Wali of Allah and the proof of Allah and the door of Allah with the query if those who don’t have the same belief as us and say the same thing as us will enter Paradise. I said: By Allah, I wanted to ask this only.

He (the Boy) said: If it is so, very few people will enter Paradise. No, by Allah, even the Haqqiya will enter Paradise. I asked: Who are Haqqiya?

He replied: Who love Imam Ali (a.s.) and who swear by his right, but they don’t know what his rights and merits are.

Then that boy remained quiet for sometime and then said: And you also came here to ask about the belief of Mufawweza. They are liars. And our hearts are abodes of divine intention and when Allah intends something, we are also ready for it.

"And you do not Will except that Allah Wills." (76:30)

Then the curtain, which had moved away by the breeze, returned to its position and I did not dare move it away again.

After that Imam Hasan Askari (as) smiled at me and said: O Kamil, why are you sitting here. Your questions were answered by the one who will be the divine proof and the Imam after me.

Kamil says: After that I came out from there and never saw him again. Abu Naeem says: I met Kamil and asked him about this tradition and he narrated the same to me.

[Source: Al-Ghaibah, Shaikh Toosi, Pg. 247]

* Mufawwizah - Those who believed that Allah (swt) delegated all the affairs to the Imam's (as) and now everything was done by the Imam's (as) independently from the Allah (swt).
Muqassirah - Those who doubt and reject the merits (position/status) of the Imam's (as) after it has been made clear to them.