ثلاثة ما كفروا بالله سبحانه وتعالى قط: مؤمن آل ياسين، وعلي بن أبي طالب، وآسية امرأة فرعون.
Three people have never disbelieved in Allah subhanahu wa ta ‘ala: the believer from Al Yasin, ‘Ali ibn Abi Talib, and Asiyah, the wife of Firoun.
Ibn ‘Adi narrates (and Ibn ‘Asakir in a similar manner) — Muhammad ibn Harun ibn Humaid narrated to us — Muhammad ibn al Mughirah al Shahrazuri narrated to us — Yahya ibn al Hassan al Madaʾini narrated to us — Ibn Lahi’ah narrated to us — from Abu al Zubair — from Jabir — from the Prophet salla Llahu ‘alayhi wa sallam…
Al Khatib also narrates this hadith from Ibn Humaid.
Muhammad ibn al Mughirah al Shahrazuri fabricates hadith.
Ibn ‘Asakir also narrates this hadith with a different chain of transmission from ‘Amr ibn Jumay’ — from Ibn Abi Layla — from his brother, ‘Isa — from ‘Abdul Rahman ibn Abi Layla — from his father.
‘Amr ibn Jumay’ is matruk (suspected of forgery). Yahya ibn Ma’in deemed him a kadhdhab (liar).
His teacher, Ibn Abi Layla’s name is Muhammad ibn ‘Abdul Rahman is sayyiʾ al hifz (possessing of a weak memory).
In short, the hadith is da’if jiddan (extremely weak).
 Ibn ‘Adi: al Kamil, 6/284; Ibn ‘Asakir: Tarikh Dimashq, 42/313.
 Al Khatib: Tarikh Baghdad, 14/155.
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