precisely thirty years.  Primarily other Hadiths dealing with caliphate are virtually of this category unless, the conclusive evidence vindicate their authenticity otherwise.
The narration of, [Ø§Ù† Ø§Ù„Ø®Ù„ÙØ§Ø¡ Ù…Ù† Ù‚Ø±ÙŠØ´ Ø§Ù„Ù‰ Ø£Ù† ØªÙ‚ÙˆÙ… Ø§Ù„Ø³Ø§Ø¹Ø©[2â€œCaliphate does belong to Quraysh until the Day of Judgementâ€ would be of this type as well unless in compliance with our belief it corresponded to Nass (textual nomination) of ImÄm â€˜AlÄ« (a) together with his succeeding ImÄms.
Heedless of the origin of the Hadith, the historical evidence indicated the start of a thoroughgoing monarchism within the domain of the Islamic caliphate. The term of monarchism as a substitute for caliphate equates to the existence of despotism which is deemed as one of the fundamental features of the rule. As the completion of the narration of this very Hadith â€œafter thirty yearsâ€ has come, Ø«Ù… ØªÙƒÙˆÙ† Ù…Ù„ÙƒØ§ÙŽ Ø¹Ø§Ø¶Ø§ÙŽ Ø¬Ø¨Ø±ÙŠØ©â€œAfter which monarchism forcibly appears.â€ 
The noticeable instances of which were KasrÄâ€™s rule in Iran and those of Caesarâ€™s and Heraclitusâ€™s in Rome and Damascus. Muâ€˜Äwiya was a great enthusiast for the background of Damascus in particular. Muslims were all well acquainted with these two rulers.
In one of his sermons concerning QÄsitÄ«n (the oppossers), ImÄm â€˜AlÄ« (a) said, â€œCombat AllÄhâ€™s foes, those striving to extingish AllÄhâ€™s light. Battle against the misled wrongdoers, the felons who are neither Qurâ€™Än recitors, nor religious jurisprudents, scholars of paraphrase and those having no background in Islam. I do swear by Almighty AllÄh that if they could secure the authority, they would undoubtedly perform what was done by KasrÄ and Heraclitus.â€ 
â€˜AmmÄr also regarding QÄsitÄ«n said that â€˜UthmÄnâ€™s assassination was a pretext to them until, Ù„ÙŠÙƒÙˆÙ†ÙˆØ§ Ø¨Ø°Ù„Ùƒ Ø¬Ø¨Ø§Ø¨Ø±Ø©ÙŽ Ù…Ù„ÙˆÙƒâ€œ â€â€â€The oppressors became monarchs.â€
It was the approach that Muâ€˜Äwiya had singled out in order to secure the authority and govern an Islamic land. He himself divulged, â€œBy Almighty AllÄh I did neverever combat for the sake of performing prayers, observing fast, pilgrimage nor paying ZakÄt (poor-rate as prescribed by Islam). You
 MurÅ«dj al-dhahab, vol.II, p.429. It merits consideration that those fabricating Hadiths have been trying to be accurate in calculation.
yourself were acting them all. I did combat to dominate you and although AllÄh bestowed it to me, you never contented.â€