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January 21, 2016

The First Narration

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   The First Narration   The narration of Abu Sa`id al-Khudri radiya Llahu `anhu from the Messenger salla Llahu `alayhi wa sallam:   If you see Mu`awiyah on my pulpit, kill him!   This has been narrated by Ibn `Adi in al-Kamil[1] (2/146), (5/200), (5/314) as well as by Ibn al-Jowzi in al-Mowdu`at[2] (2/265) with the wording, “stone him,” and by Ibn `Asakir [3] […]
January 21, 2016

The Second Narration

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   The Second Narration   May Allah curse the rider, and the leader, and the driver.   The Narration of Safinah:   It is narrated by al-Bazzar in his Musnad (9/286): al-Sakan ibn Sa`id narrated to us – he said – `Abd al-Samad narrated to us – he said – my father narrated to us, and Hammad ibn Salamah narrated to us — from […]
January 20, 2016

The Third Narration

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   The Third Narration There shall enter upon you, from this mountain pass, a man who will die upon other than my religion.[1]   Al-Baladhuri said in Ansab al-Ashraf (126):   Bakr ibn al-Haytham said that `Abd al-Razzaq narrated to us — he said — Ma`mar narrated to us from, Ibn Tawus — from his father — from Kaysan — from `Abd Allah ibn […]
January 20, 2016

The Fourth Narration

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   The Fourth Narration   The first to change my Sunnah is a man from Banu Umayyah.   It has been narrated by Ibn Abi Shaybah in al-Musannaf (35866), Ibn Abi `Asim (63), Abu Nu`aym in Tarikh Isfahan (1/1320, Ibn `Adi in al-Kamil (3/164), al-Bayhaqi in Dala’il al-Nubuwwah (6/466), Ibn `Asakir in Tarikh Dimashq (18/160), all of them by way of the narration of […]
January 20, 2016

The Fifth Narration

BACK⇒ Return to Table of contents   The Fifth Narration   I have been commanded to kill those who are disloyal, those who are unjust, and those who defect.   This narration has been narrated via numerous chains, from `Ali, Abu Ayyub al-Ansari, `Ammar, Ibn Mas`ud, and Abu Sa`id al-Khudri — may Allah be pleased with them all — and all the variant chains of this narration are not reliable.[1] […]