Hadith 125: My anger and the anger of Allah intensifies against a person who causes my blood to flow and harms my ‘itrah (family).

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Hadith 125

اشتد غضب الله وغضبي على من أهرق دمي، وآذاني في عترتي.

My anger and the anger of Allah intensifies against a person who causes my blood to flow and harms my ‘itrah (family).

 


This hadith is narrated by Ibn ‘Adi — Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al Ash’ath narrated to us — Musa ibn Ismail ibn Musa ibn Jafar ibn Muhammad narrated to me — my father narrated to me — from his father — from his grandfather, Jafar — from his father — from his grandfather, ‘Ali ibn al Hussain — from his father — from ‘Ali who said, “The Messenger of Allah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said…”[1]

Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al Ash’ath al Kufi was accused of fabricating hadith by al Daraqutni and Ibn ‘Adi.

Musa ibn Ismail and his father could not be traced.

Ibn al Maghazili and others narrate this hadith — from Bishr ibn al Hudhayl — Abu Israʾil narrated to me — from ‘Attiyah — from Abu Sa’id marfu’an (attributed to the Prophet salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)…[2]

The chain of transmission is wah (feeble) and it is replete with defects:

  • ‘Attiyah al ‘Aufi is da’if (weak) and a mudallis[3] (obfuscates when he narrates).
  • Abu Israʾil is Ismail ibn Khalifah. He is da’if (weak).
  • Bishr ibn al Hudhayl’s biography is mentioned by Ibn Abi Hatim; however, he does not mention anything regarding his status as a narrator.[4]

Al Shawkani mentions this hadith in his work on fabrications.[5]

Ibn Taymiyyah explained at length how this hadith is very weak and feeble.[6]

 

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[1] Ibn ‘Adi: al Kamil, 6/301-302.

[2] Ibn al Maghazili: Manaqib ‘Ali, hadith no. 334.

[3] For an explanation of this term, Click Here. [translator’s note]

[4] Ibn Abi Hatim: al Jarh wa al Ta’dil, 2/370.

[5] Al Shawkani: al Fawaʾid al Majmu’ah, hadith no. 343.

[6] Ibn Taymiyyah: Minhaj al Sunnah, 4/586.

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