Hadith 127: We, the Ahlul Bayt (Members of the House) were given seven things; no one before us nor after us was given it: beauty, eloquence, generosity, bravery, forbearance, knowledge, and love of women.

Hadith 126: I do not permit anyone to keep my kunyah (agnomen) nor my name except for the children of ‘Ali that are not from Fatimah. Verily he has been gifted with my name and my kunyah—he is Muhammad ibn ‘Ali. Jafar ibn Muhammad said, “That is Ibn al Hanafiyyah.”
February 1, 2019
Hadith 128: Whoever sends salutations upon Muhammad and the Family of Muhammad one hundred times, Allah will fulfill one hundred of his needs.
February 1, 2019

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Hadith 127

أعطينا أهل البيت سبعة، لم يعطها أحد قبلنا، ولا يعطاها أحد بعدنا: الصباحة، والفصاحة، والسماحة، والشجاعة، والحلم، والعلم، والمحبة من النساء.

We, the Ahlul Bayt (Members of the House) were given seven things; no one before us nor after us was given it: beauty, eloquence, generosity, bravery, forbearance, knowledge, and love of women.

 


Ibn al Maghazili narrates this hadith — Abu al Hassan Ahmed ibn al Muzaffar informed us — Abu Muhammad ‘Abdullah ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Uthman al Muzani (known as Ibn al Saqqaʾ al Hafiz) informed us — Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al Ash’ath informed us — Musa ibn Ismail narrated to me — my father narrated to us — from his father — from his grandfather, Jafar ibn Muhammad — from his father — from his grandfather, ‘Ali ibn al Hussain — from his father — from his grandfather, ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib radiya Llahu ‘anhu who said, “The Messenger of Allah salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam said…”[1]

This chain of transmission is batil (false).

Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al Ash’ath, as mentioned previously, is a kadhdhab (liar) and a wadda’ (fabricator).

Musa ibn Ismail is Ibn Musa ibn Jafar ibn Muhammad. He and his father could not be traced.

Ibn al Maghazili, as mentioned previously, is da’if (weak).

 

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[1] Ibn al Maghazili: Manaqib ‘Ali, hadith no. 337.

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